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RTA or RDTA?
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RE: RTA or RDTA?
(26-10-2016 04:27 PM)Don Wrote:  It's actually a berry Tongue so you only get one.
Hi Don - I did not know that - this forum is not only finding out about vaping but lots of other things as well[Image: smile.gif].
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26-10-2016 04:39 PM
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RE: RTA or RDTA?
(26-10-2016 02:31 PM)ecignut Wrote:  Restricted airflow sounds as if it could be OK for MTL - I take it that when you buy it you get two - seeing it's a pair[Image: smile.gif]

I would imagine you could make it work pretty well for MTL. Even wide open it was a little more restricted than I normally like for DTL.

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26-10-2016 04:46 PM
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RE: RTA or RDTA?
(26-10-2016 04:39 PM)ecignut Wrote:  
(26-10-2016 04:27 PM)Don Wrote:  It's actually a berry Tongue so you only get one.
Hi Don - I did not know that - this forum is not only finding out about vaping but lots of other things as well[Image: smile.gif].
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(26-10-2016 02:36 AM)Michael Wrote:  I'll send a variety of coils that should work with varying wattages, that way you can find what works for you. I've got about a million miles of various wires, so no worries there. The ones I use are best around 100W for a nice warm vape, but I can also make some for 50W and some in-between. 

The Limitless Plus does have an adapter to use a 510 drip tip, and I've used my wooden tip on it before. I prefer the chuff cap, but it was nice with the wood tip too. 
I'd love a variety. At this point, who knows what kind of coils I'd like. Once upon a time I never thought I'd DTL.

Good to know about the adapter. Just got a few more wooden drip tips, I like me some mellow vape.

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RE: RTA or RDTA?
im a bit late on this one .
i realy enjoy my dripers and tbh will continue to use them , but have become a huge fan of the TFV8 . a tank is always nice while on the go and adding the ability to rebuild just oppens another window of opportunity . there is likely another rta in my future .

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RE: RTA or RDTA?
If you like to drip you need to squonk. I use both a Haladay and a Narda on my squonks. Bottles have 6-8 ml of juice. I have a regulated squonk and a mech squonk.

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