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How do you dip yer wick?
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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
I really like my drip tanks, but the darn things leak, and there is oil all over my mod. I guess that has to do with the not so high quality of my RDA's. I get whats on clearance. Not going to spend $100 on one tank.

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03-06-2015 08:38 PM
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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
Try a Zephyrus, No leaks even wide open.

I'll be writing a review but for my style of vaping - lung hits, cool vape, low nic - buy one right now!

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03-06-2015 08:47 PM
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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
(03-06-2015 08:47 PM)Don Wrote:  Try a Zephyrus, No leaks even wide open.

I'll be writing a review but for my style of vaping - lung hits, cool vape, low nic - buy one right now!
You sound like my car salesman. I told Sonny, I do not want a new car, I do not want a new car. So I drove away with a 2014 Mazda. 
I am over the cheap knock off RDA's. I have two good ones. Hell Boy and a Patriot. The rest are almost unusable. You can't screw them on to your mod because the exterior can is loose, therefore the leaks. Gonna google your recommendation right now, 

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03-06-2015 08:58 PM
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WOW! I just wrapped a dual coil setup. .02ohms. Much too hot. Not going there again. But I see where you have to be to be one of those cloud chasers. At .02 ohms, you can do a one second hit and fill your room with fog. Well at least I figured out how they do it. Not for me.

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04-06-2015 12:05 AM
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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
(03-06-2015 08:47 PM)Don Wrote:  Try a Zephyrus, No leaks even wide open.

I'll be writing a review but for my style of vaping - lung hits, cool vape, low nic - buy one right now!
I got myself a Zephyrus. Very nice.

Evan from Real Extracts mentioned he was using Eco wool. I think I'm going to give it a try. Sounds about as natural as you can get.

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This one is getting rave reviews all over the net ,  coils last weeks and they are like $7.00 for a 5 pack.

Great buy:

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If i was buying a tank today i think the Billow V2 is the best out there , no leaks ever , best flavor out of any tank and everyone who has one says it's unbeatable , really impressive tank.
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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
(15-06-2015 02:04 AM)jerryz Wrote:  
(03-06-2015 08:47 PM)Don Wrote:  Try a Zephyrus, No leaks even wide open.

I'll be writing a review but for my style of vaping - lung hits, cool vape, low nic - buy one right now!
I got myself a Zephyrus. Very nice.

Evan from Real Extracts mentioned he was using Eco wool. I think I'm going to give it a try. Sounds about as natural as you can get.

Ekowool is hardly natural - the trademark is owned by a Russian company and it is a sort of glass fibre. Basically it is expensive silica.

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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
(15-06-2015 08:02 AM)Don Wrote:  
(15-06-2015 02:04 AM)jerryz Wrote:  
(03-06-2015 08:47 PM)Don Wrote:  Try a Zephyrus, No leaks even wide open.

I'll be writing a review but for my style of vaping - lung hits, cool vape, low nic - buy one right now!
I got myself a Zephyrus. Very nice.

Evan from Real Extracts mentioned he was using Eco wool. I think I'm going to give it a try. Sounds about as natural as you can get.

Ekowool is hardly natural - the trademark is owned by a Russian company and it is a sort of glass fibre. Basically it is expensive silica.
OH!! Ok. well I guess that takes care of that. Thanks Don. I did see some wool that advertises that it's lamb's wool. I am trying to find an alternative to store bought cotton balls. I do have some Japanese cotton, but it's very difficult to work with. IMO.

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RE: How do you dip yer wick?
Jerry. If you want something natural and easy to work with, hit your local craft store or Wal-Mart and get some cotton yarn by "Sugar 'n Cream" in the Ecru color as it is dye free. Organic cotton sheets work well because the fibers are more directional than regular cotton but the yarn is extremely directional for fantastic wicking. A $5 ball of yarn will last a lifetime and it's riculously easy to pull through coils and you can double or triple up for larger coils. Taste is clean too. Wink
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(15-06-2015 01:16 PM)JohnnyMac Wrote:  Jerry. If you want something natural and easy to work with, hit your local craft store or Wal-Mart and get some cotton yarn by "Sugar 'n Cream" in the Ecru color as it is dye free.  Organic cotton sheets work well because the fibers are more directional than regular cotton but the yarn is extremely directional for fantastic wicking.  A $5 ball of yarn will last a lifetime and it's riculously easy to pull through coils and you can double or triple up for larger coils.  Taste is clean too. Wink
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!. Since I have abandoned the chemicals in cigars, I want to go all the way and be as natural as possible. That sounds like the way to go.

The Japanese cotton is good, but unless you build a 3mm coil, you cannot feed it through the coil if it's any smaller.

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