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advice for someone who aint got a clue on drippers
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advice for someone who aint got a clue on drippers
hi guys and gals need a little advice on what i can use to test my homemade liquids have not got the cash to spare at the moment for anything extravagant so ideally i need something to fit on the extension tube of a inokin vtr, also it has to be one which i can buy coils for as me and electrical items dont usually get on to good( espescially fiddley bits)...         this vaping hobby just keeps getting way out of hand...
22-02-2015 08:43 PM
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RE: advice for someone who aint got a clue on drippers
Hey, Orb! You can get some ego to 510 adapters and use inexpensive clearos with cheap replaceable coil heads if you don't want to "roll your own" coils. A 5 pack is under $7 from FT. http://www.fasttech.com/products/3023/10011953/2044705
22-02-2015 09:39 PM
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RE: advice for someone who aint got a clue on drippers
You're not looking for a dripper, you're looking for a tank or "clearomizer".  A dripper, or RDA, is used to drip juice directly onto wrapped coils and wicks.
24-02-2015 10:31 PM
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RE: advice for someone who aint got a clue on drippers
Actually, any RDA could be used for this purpose. Most people (at least, all the ones that I know) rebuild their own coils, but you CAN buy pre-made coils online. FastTech has them, and they're pretty cheap. If you did that, then the only "fiddly stuff" you'll have to do is put the leads through the holes in the RDA's posts, screw them down, and use wire cutters to trim the excess. Here's a link to buy them from FastTech: 32 ga 1.5 ohm Coils (50 pk)
Since those are 32 ga (which is a really thin wire) they might not be able to handle higher wattages, but I doubt you'll be using really high wattages since you're used to a tank anyway. 
25-02-2015 04:58 AM
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