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IronSky

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I've tried the minikin v2, a friend of mine has one. It fits nicely into the palm. A bit different for me since I seem to like the big boxy mods, but I did like it. It hit well, had decent features. Battery door seemed ok.
 

MannyScoot

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Member For 4 Years
Don’t give up! I’m probably going to order a Kodama minikin v2
Iron Sky, you will be like Sara, she got the Minikin V2 Kodama and realized that it doesn't pop at you...... Then begins your journey.....

It's satisfying to see what develops.....

Keep an eye out to see how her mod will turn out !
 

IronSky

Cereal Vapist
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Member For 1 Year
Iron Sky, you will be like Sara, she got the Minikin V2 Kodama and realized that it doesn't pop at you...... Then begins your journey.....

It's satisfying to see what develops.....

Keep an eye out to see how her mod will turn out !
I’m not sure who Sara is?
 

DonBaldy

Platinum Contributor
Member For 4 Years
Mechs scare me tbh, but I love the way some of them look.
Mechs scare most people at first. I know they did me and I would never have tried one if I hadn't won one. There's tons of videos out there about safe using mechs safely. When and if you you ever get curious and are ready to use a rebuilding atomizer the look into a mech. You said in a previous post that you liked simple. It really doesn't get much simpler than a mech. Once you learn what you can do safely it's one of the most satisfying vapes you can have. Now, this is just one person's opinion and we are all satisfied by different things. Wood satisfies Manny.
 

SteveS45

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ECF Refugee
Mechs don't scare me but what concerns me is they are unforgiving and sometimes I do not watch carefully enough what I am doing. So with regulated I get e-Liquid all over me or it doesn't power on because of a battery being reversed. Or the dry burnt hit like just yesterday when I was trying to set the clock on my Cuboid Tap and accidentally cranked that puppy up to 140 watts and normally fire those coils at 40W. If I was using a Mech I would handle it like a stick of dynamite since it can actually go off like one. I'd rather be vaping than having to double and triple check before I hit the fire button. To each his own but I would rather be vaping. Peace
 

DonBaldy

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Member For 4 Years
Mechs don't scare me but what concerns me is they are unforgiving and sometimes I do not watch carefully enough what I am doing. So with regulated I get e-Liquid all over me or it doesn't power on because of a battery being reversed. Or the dry burnt hit like just yesterday when I was trying to set the clock on my Cuboid Tap and accidentally cranked that puppy up to 140 watts and normally fire those coils at 40W. If I was using a Mech I would handle it like a stick of dynamite since it can actually go off like one. I'd rather be vaping than having to double and triple check before I hit the fire button. To each his own but I would rather be vaping. Peace
As I said. To each his own. I obviously can't speak for anyone other than my self and won't even try, but I try my damnedest to know the safe limits of the batteries I'm using and use coils that fell well within the safe limits of my batteries. I personally have no desire to "push the limits". I too like to vape. I no longer fear mechs as I once did, but I do have respect for them and what can go wrong and always try to be extra careful. Accidents can happen with any vape device, regulated or not, but can potentially be more catastrophic with unregulated devices.

Please don't misunderstand. I'm not trying to push mechs. I'm just sharing my experience. IF that came across as anything but then my apologies. Mechs are not the only way I vape. I use regulated squonkers probably more. Even have one regulated that gets daily use that isn't a squonk.
 

SteveS45

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Member For 4 Years
ECF Refugee
Please don't misunderstand. I'm not trying to push mechs. I'm just sharing my experience. IF that came across as anything but then my apologies. Mechs are not the only way I vape. I use regulated squonkers probably more. Even have one regulated that gets daily use that isn't a squonk.
I have no idea why you quoted me I was just stating why I don't use a Mech. Not that I can't do it safely but I would rather not have to expend that much energy or brain power to vape. :vino:
 

DonBaldy

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Member For 4 Years
Never said you could not nor was I questioning your method of vaping. I know you've been vaping much longer than I and have much more experience. Please accept my apologies. I will no longer quote you.
 

SteveS45

Diamond Contributor
Member For 4 Years
ECF Refugee
Never said you could not nor was I questioning your method of vaping. I know you've been vaping much longer than I and have much more experience. Please accept my apologies. I will no longer quote you.
No reason to apologize I just don't understand why you think I might have gotten offended or whatever. Not a Millennial here and I will surely let you know if I was. No harm no foul.
 

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