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Review: Pulse-G atomizer
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RE: Review: Pulse-G atomizer
It arrived today - about an hour ago. 17 days from order to arrival - 9 days since it left Singapore which isn't too bad. 

Thus far I've made two wicks - decided silica wicks and I don't love one another. And I've made 3 coils. Lost one somewhere in the cooker, dry burned one at 15W (Not a good plan!) and dropped one on the floor. Which is probably now in the foot fur of any one of 12 feet. Certainly can't find it on the floor. And I can't use my favourite trick of a magnet out of a hard drive to find small ferrous objects since Kanthal appears to be non-magnetic....

Time to settle down before trying again. Sad

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20-12-2013 01:56 PM
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RE: Review: Pulse-G atomizer
(30-11-2013 08:55 PM)gords1001 Wrote:  Awesome review, I'll be ordering one after Christmas,  I'm still waiting on the hammer/kayfun coming in and am on a seriously limited budget this month. I bet the flavour is awesome with the reduced chamber.
I can't say I notice any difference in flavour with or without the reducer.

Last night I was all for opening out the air hole, this morning I'm not for it.

Consistency? Wink

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21-12-2013 08:21 AM
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Hehe yeah, I find it impossible to make my mind up when using an airflow adjustable atty. Tight draw one minute, airy draw the next... Big Grin

PS. a torch usually spots those small shiny objects pretty well if you keep the angle low to the floor.
21-12-2013 10:35 AM
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Tried the torch(es). 4200 lumens didn't help. I did find the wire later in one of the twelve large and furry paws "helping" me. And I really must clean the cooker....

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21-12-2013 10:39 AM
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Ahh LOL one of the hairy paws picked it up.. Love it Smile
21-12-2013 11:08 AM
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When you have 108kg of dogs in a tiny kitchen, stuff does move around a bit.
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21-12-2013 11:57 AM
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