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cloudchasing setup for 200 $
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cloudchasing setup for 200 $
Hey guys,so i wanted to buy myself a cloud-chasing setup with a budget of 180 €,I think this is about 210 $ or something. I thought about the sub ohm tank SMOK TFV4 and the mod Siegelei 150w, because I don't want to drip liquid every 5 minutes,but I think I can get way better equipment for that amount of money,do you have any recommendations for me? I am relativley new to this topic,so I could use every tip I get! I would also handle around with coils,so that is not a problem either.
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05-05-2016 01:24 PM
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RE: cloudchasing setup for 200 $
The TFV4 is great if you're new, since it uses pre-made coils and will really produce big clouds. But if you can build your own coils you can do better with a rebuildable tank like the Aromamizer, VCMT, Griffin, etc. Sigelei makes great mods, I have a Sigelei-100 that I absolutely love. Are you including the cost of batteries and a charger in your $200 limit? 

Here's what I'd recommend:

Sigelei-150
4 Samsung 25R 18650s
Efest LUC V4 charger
Aromamizer RTA
Various gauges of kanthal wire and some Japanese cotton for wick

But like I said, if you're not into building your own coils then the TFV4 is a great tank. I have two of them since I liked it so much, but now I barely use them since I have an Aromamizer. 
05-05-2016 03:10 PM
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RE: cloudchasing setup for 200 $
Thank you for your kind answer! But i have another question,if I used selfwicked coils,do I need to drip the liquid everytime it dries out or can I use a tank for that?
Oh right,forgot to include the charger,thanks man!
05-05-2016 05:18 PM
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RE: cloudchasing setup for 200 $
The Sigelie 150 and TFV4 is a great setup, I have one. What Michael didn't mention is that you can do both pre built and rebuildable coils with it, there are at least three different build decks, single, dual, and quad coil. I usually buy the pre built, and I only spend about 25 bucks a month on them, and that's between three people. The Aromamizer is an awesome tank, as are the VCMT, griffin, and Herakles 25mm. But they are strictly rebuildables. I wouldn't recommend the VCMT right now only because you're on a budget and it's 65 or 70 bucks for an authentic.

  The Sigelie 150 is a great mod, well built and durable. But you might also want to check out the Wismec Reuleaux rx200, an awesome mod for the money, three batteries though. But the battery life is way better than the Sigelie, and it's 30 to 40 bucks cheaper. And don't let the pictures fool you, for a three battery mod it's actually tiny. It's also highly customizable, with skins and such.

   Whatever you decide on, you won't go wrong with this stuff. But these are just a few of the many, many options out there, and this is just my opinion. Almost forgot to say these are all tanks, no need to drip.
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05-05-2016 08:02 PM
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RE: cloudchasing setup for 200 $
Ah Yeah good point phlash, I always forget about the rebuildable deck for the TFV4. 

The Aromamizer and the others I listed are rebuildable tanks (RTA), not to be confused with rebuildable dripping atomizers (RDA). An RDA is the kind of atomizer where you have to drip more juice on the wick every few hits. But an RTA like the Aromamizer is a tank which uses rebuildable coils. So basically you build it similar to an RDA, but it has a tank full of juice that drips onto the wick as you use it just like a TFV4 or any other tank. 
05-05-2016 10:27 PM
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RE: cloudchasing setup for 200 $
Thanks you two,got good informations out of your comments,I guess I will go with the TFV4 and the sigelei,thanks for all your help!
06-05-2016 12:05 AM
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RE: cloudchasing setup for 200 $
(06-05-2016 12:05 AM)denizka98 Wrote:  Thanks you two,got good informations out of your comments,I guess I will go with the TFV4 and the sigelei,thanks for all your help!
  You are most welcome, and that setup should last you a long, long time. The sigelie is one tough little mod, I've dropped mine a thousand times and it still works fine, and with the TFV4, most every part is replaceable.  and if you might need help with anything else, don't hesitate to ask. There are people here that are alot smarter than me with this stuff, I'm sure you will get the right answer.

  
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