Looking for a better atomizer

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  1. vapeccino

    vapeccino New Member

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    I am a picky man for something entering into my mouth and lung. I hate the vaping taste with dry durnt. I like strawberry ejuice, but sometimes,the vaporizers I have bought can’t restore the taste I want; sometimes, they can satisfy the taste I love, but you know, their lifespan is so short that I need to change atomizers so often, it is so troublesome to operate. I hate to swift it, because it always waste my time, I need more time to find the delicious food, to travel and to earn money. At last, is there any solution for that?
     
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    What?
     
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    Huckleberried Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    If you're looking to find something better than using those replaceable cotton coils, you might consider and RDA or RTA. You make your own coils for those, and use the wicking material of your choosing. They give really great flavor. Just depends on the type of draw you're looking for, direct to lung, or mouth to lung.
     
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    SteveS45 Platinum Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    The best advice I can give you @vapeccino is you have to do some trial and error because I have a couple of tanks here that other members and reviewers say SUCKED but I love them and a few that they loved the I say SUCK the BIG ONE. Taste and quality of vape are 2 very subjective things and if you want my opinion on any I actually own I would be glad to share my personal experience and opinion.
     
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    pulsevape Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    where are you from? Italy.?
     
  6. vapeccino

    vapeccino New Member

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    That's nice! Do you have some good tips? Or can suggest some product?
     
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    Huckleberried Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I'm more of a mouth to lung type of draw, myself. The ones I use most are the Geekvape Ammit, a Serpent RDTA and an Aromamizer Supreme RDTA (with the airflow closed way down). They're all pretty easy to build on, and I prefer rayon for wicking. Many people like to use cotton for wicking.
     
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    But that is much difficult for a newbie i supposelol, maybe some easy-to-carry ones which can also last for quite a long time?
     
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    Huckleberried Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    i certainly understand how you feel. I haven't used a ready made coil type of tank in quite a while. Lately, I see many people that are using the Beast tanks, they have different types of coils for those. Hopefully someone with that experience can share more with you. Someday when you're ready to move forward with possibly something you can make your own, I can assure you that wrapping a coil is pretty easy.
     
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    There are no factory coils that will last a long time. Just a fact sadly, and while some last a bit longer than others (week or two if barely used) it still comes down to the answer huckleberry gave. If you want something that lasts a long time, saves you money in the long run RDA and rtas are your best bet.

    However there's one tank that's kinda in between. Its the horizontech krixus tank with rebuild able ceramic coils. Here all you have to do is dry burn the coil and rewick the cotton. Flavor is not bad but it takes at least a mod that can do 90 watt or that tank leaks like no tomorrow, as well as vape/flavor output would be mediocre. Tank itself gets very hot, so no chain vaping. Reason I mention this one is, the coils last around 3-4 months (6 is advertised but I've never gotten them to work that long) and its easier than RDA/RTA since you won't have to install or build own coils. Its cheaper than factory coils and has a longer life span. Its above average on flavor in comparison to regular tanks but would lose that battle if compared with RDA/RDTA/RTA and SS coils.

    Beast tanks as in smoks line aka tfv8/12? Ye forget it, these coils last around 1-3 days depending on usage. With baby sitting these coils, and I mean really watching and maintaining them aka, use flavor less or extreme low sweetened juices, wash them out every day and let dry, vape way below recommendation, prime a special way etc. If not done tho, you'll be exchanging them every 6 hours lmao. Smok is the last garbage and not worth the frustration.
     
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    I understand what you felt. as before, I always want to find a vaporizer with longer lifespan and create purer taste. Now, i am satisfied to my new one. Happy!
     
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    Something good about your new setup?
     
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    So do I like strawberry-flavored e-juice.
     

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