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Overall   (4.2)
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Looks beautiful Hits hard It's a Nemesis...
CONS
Crunchy threads
The finish is stunning. I don't a single shade of difference in the color of the tubes in any lighting. It does appear to be 100% copper aside from the delrin insulators of course. The threading is, out of the package anyway, other than the locking ring, is aweful. The tubes and caps seperated fine, but screwing them bqck together was...frightening to say the least. It fealt like I was cross threading it and I had to take a deep breath and really crank down on it to get it to screw back together. And that was with every single threaded joint, even the 510 connection when attaching a Kayfun Lite. But like I said, the locking ring was spared somehow and those threads work like butter. But, after some cleaning and a little bit of back and forth twisting, the threads already feel a lot better, and I'm sure they will be as smooth as my mixed Nemi from here in no time (hopefully lol). Anyway the threads are my only gripe with it as of now. Yes the angel of death logo isn't vary dark, and seems to be tilted to the left ever so slightly, and the vent hole doesn't line up with her feet, and there were some vary minor scratches/scuffs here and there. But thats all expected with a chinese clone and it's barely noticable. In the end, if you want a Nemesis made entirely from copper, and don't mind a slightly more involved break in period for the threads, this one fits the bill and works great and looks SICK AS TITSSSSAHH!
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ParkerLT
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Overall   (4.0)
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Slim, almost eGo style form factor Vape while charging ohm checker variable wattage square so it doesn't roll off tables micro usb charging comes with cool retractable usb cable iclear 16s work great
CONS
Somewhat fragile
A couple months into using the battery the bottom section started pulling out when I would go to unplug the charger. Shortly after that, the top section with the 510 connection became wiggly. Both problems fixed with some super glue, but now it looks a bit ugly. The IClear16s also work well but the clear tank part tends to seperate from the silver base after a while and can start to leak. All in all this kit will give you a great vape experience but for how long is up to you and how careful you are with it.
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ParkerLT
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Overall   (4.7)
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Terrific flavor Good looking finish Didn't smell of machine oil(cleaned it anyway lol) No rust after cleaning with soap and water Superb build quality (just like SKU: 1605200 ) Better top cap IMO (just like SKU: 1605200 ) Perfectly recessed fill port
CONS
AFC Screw is WAY too long Whistles a bit with the AFC screw in The drip tip is longer than any other Kayfun Doesn't come with any spare o rings/screws
This is mostly identical to SKU: 1605200 except for the finish, the AFC, the fill screw/hole, the length of the drip tip, and the logo, as far as I can tell. The finish is pretty nice, but I don't know of any mods that it would match up perfectly with. I'm currently rocking it with the nano kit (after sanding down the chimney threads) and a black tank section attached to a black chrome nemesis with a hybrid adapter in 18350 mode, and the drip tip from the mini A7 (SKU: 1608300 ) and I think it looks AWESOME. The AFC screw is WAY too long and sticks out of the side of the atomizer unless it's almost all the way closed. It also whistles with the AFC screw in, so I ended up just taking the screw completely out and the whistle completely went away. The draw with the screw removed is about the same as the kayfun lite, which is perfect IMO. You certainly can not go wrong.
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Overall   (4.2)
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Beefy threads that are very smooth. Hit's like a .50cal at point blank. Nice and solid build quality. Switch button fires every time, no crunch. Can be locked and unlocked with just one 'flick'.
CONS
Positive connection needed some modification. The negative pin unscrews from the pushbutton just a bit every time you use it, sort of like most Mech mods that do not use a C-Clip to secure them together. There were already some small dings on it when it arrived.
All in all I am happy with it. When I first got it I was surprised by how heavy it was. I didn't list the weight as either a pro or a con because I don't think it matters either way unless you are extremely weak in the arms lol. Also at first, none of my atomizers would sit flush. I could tell that rying to get any atomizer to sit flush would just result in destroyed copper 510 threads. I had to hammer out the 'floating' pin and widen the hole in the delrin insulator just a touch because it was WAY too tight. I also did some grinding around the top of the pos pin just in case the little extra play in the pin would cause a short. One thing that I do not like, and this is just personal preference, is the trial and error style of adjusting for battery rattle. I much prefer the nemesis or any telescoping mod in that respect. To sum it up, if you like the Panzer and you want one made of copper, and you have a dremmel, this one fits the bill.
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Overall   (4.0)
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Hits hard small holds about 13 drops easy(sort of) to build dual coils
CONS
Holes in the -/+ posts are a little low top cap is a little loose have to pry up center pin on some mods stock air holes are a terrible joke insulator at the base of (+) post can burn when dry burning the coils too much
Somehow I went from hating this atomizer to using it every day. I quickly realized that I needed to drill my own air holes down where they actually need to be, down by the coils...DUH. Luckily the top cap is made of aluminum(I think) so it's vary easy to drill holes in. I drilled out 2 big fat 5/64 air holes, one on each side, built dual coils rating 0.3 ohms with 28g kanthal and organic cotton for wick and bam, this little things awesome. The only this that's sort of annoying when building coils it that the holes in the (-/+) posts are lower than the walls of the juice well, so you have the bend the ends of your wire before you put them through the holes so they will go past the juice well wall. And sometimes your air holes can move away from the coils bacause the top cap is so loose. Other than that this thing works great.
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