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Brass King mech and AIOS-D
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Brass King mech and AIOS-D
Today I'm vaping from my King mech in brass with my AIOS-D atty mounted on it along with a long drip tip.  I love the look of my metal drip tips but I have to say that I'm starting to become sensitive to the taste of the stainless steel.  So far this anodized aluminum tip is tasting fine but I do intend to get some plastic and/or delrin tips very soon.

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21-11-2013 02:19 PM
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How small is that atty! Looks like an awesome set up to me
21-11-2013 05:19 PM
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(21-11-2013 05:19 PM)gords1001 Wrote:  How small is that atty! Looks like an awesome set up to me
It only fits on the King and Chi-you mechs. It replaces the top piece.  The battery tube screws onto the base of the atty.
21-11-2013 05:46 PM
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I realised it was a hybrid atty, its just its bloody tiny in dripping mode. I mean the s10 baton is hardly a shoulder strap requiring torch so that set up is miniscule.

Here's what I'm rocking tonight.[Image: 20131121_175627_zps33906ace.jpg]

At least it is once I've changed the drip tip

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21-11-2013 05:57 PM
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(21-11-2013 05:57 PM)gords1001 Wrote:  I realised it was a hybrid atty, its just its bloody tiny in dripping mode. I mean the s10 baton is hardly a shoulder strap requiring torch so that set up is miniscule.

Here's what I'm rocking tonight.[Image: 20131121_175627_zps33906ace.jpg]

At least it is once I've changed the drip tip

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Nice!

Yeah, the AIOS is a hybrid atty.  Here it is without the top bits mounted on it...
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21-11-2013 06:24 PM
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That's a really nice looking setup! I like the vertical coil and wicking system you got there
21-11-2013 06:26 PM
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Very cool, I like that a lot.

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29-11-2013 04:26 AM
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(21-11-2013 02:19 PM)JohnnyMac Wrote:  Today I'm vaping from my King mech in brass with my AIOS-D atty mounted on it along with a long drip tip.  I love the look of my metal drip tips but I have to say that I'm starting to become sensitive to the taste of the stainless steel.  So far this anodized aluminum tip is tasting fine but I do intend to get some plastic and/or delrin tips very soon.

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The taste thing is one of the main concerns for me, so if you could give advice on what is, and is not a good choice, that would be a big help. Im using a Kanger Tech T3s now.

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For tankers I suggest the Squape RBA. It has the best flavor I've experienced in that type of atty.  For drippers look for something with a small vapor chamber. Using thicker coils at lower ohms increases vapor and flavor production without burning the juice like a higher resistance coil can. 

My Gaia atomizer is odd that it doesn't have a small vamping chamber but the vapor at .5 ohms with dual coils I'd so warm, thick, and tasty that if I take two large lung hits while exhaling out my nose, a third firm exhale actually sprays water out of my nose. That's how dense the vapor is. LOL!
24-05-2014 02:04 PM
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Very nice. I like that it's a smaller setup. Might have to get one one of these days. Less likely that I'll knock it on the floor. Well me or my damn cats anyway.

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24-05-2014 09:56 PM
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