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    Vamo Bamboo

    Anyone able to fix the top of my vamo or am I better off just letting it be?

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    I'd be happy to put it through the lab.
    Not sure the postage back n forth would be worth it for you though.
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    It's not doing anything. Could I just send it slow mail and see whether it's worth the effort? I know they are cheap.

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    How about some Tarzan super glue ?
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocksie View Post
    It's not doing anything. Could I just send it slow mail and see whether it's worth the effort? I know they are cheap.
    Totally no problem Rocksie.
    Although it may end up looking like this
    vamo box 3.jpg

    Or this
    HV1.jpg

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    Or this
    HV1.jpg[/QUOTE]

    Now thats a small one
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    RVB, that one gets drained every day when I'm away from the DVS (Domestic Vaping Station, aka home)
    It just fits so nicely in my hand, is uber stealthy and has the eGo circuit innit. I've made others like it and this pos is one of my most used vapes.
    15400 keeps it going, a spare is no great imposition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    RVB, that one gets drained every day when I'm away from the DVS (Domestic Vaping Station, aka home)
    It just fits so nicely in my hand, is uber stealthy and has the eGo circuit innit. I've made others like it and this pos is one of my most used vapes.
    15400 keeps it going, a spare is no great imposition.
    Lol, I wasn't having a go at you, I'm impressed, I can see the potential in the form factor, I'm too addicted to 18650's unfortunately.
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    but not as small as my Nano Bastard Vape, the white spec on the end, with Vamo and Reo mini for comparison
    minis.jpg
    Derail much?
    Sorry Rocksie.


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    I have no idea how to fix the thing. You all know how technical I am

 

 
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