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    You call that a hole? smoktech dual coil cartomizers from VK

    Hi guys,

    So far I have only tried the Boge cartomizers that came with my F17 tanks.

    My last vapemail included a couple of Smoktech dual coil flanged carts for use in the same tanks. I want to try dual coils because more is better, right?

    Anyway, the thing is, they only have a single hole. Its a teensy bit bigger than the boge f17 stock cart, but there is just the one. I vape VG heavy (70/30) and I haven't used one yet as I am not convinced the hole will be adequate. I don't have a hole punch and have been happy dripping since they arrived, but now i'm looking at them again and I just wonder if this little hole is going to do the job. I've seen others with 3 or 4 holes or great big whoppers of holes, this one really looks weak in comparison.

    Should I be worried? Should I just give it a whirl? Should I wait until I have a hole punch before priming one of these guys? Am I worrying over nothing?

    I like lots of vapor, I like lots of flavor, I like thick goopy VG heavy juices, and I like these little cartomizer tanks.

    I only got two of the smoktechs so I don't really want to screw one up!

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    I cut 2 slots, about .75mm x 5mm or they're poo the way I prefer to vape.
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    I punch an extra hole or two in those. Still no flooding, and good.
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    OK then thanks for that, I will wait until I can a) find my drill which is still packed away from moving or b) get a carto punch.

    I expect I would bugger it if I tried with a hammer and nail. I would like to try slots but no dremel available unfortunately.

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    Dremel job with mine. Works a treat although not pretty
    RIP 22.12.2016

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    Hacksaw? File? Bread knife? lol
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    timber screw and a hammer
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    funny gifs

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    I totally have a hacksaw, and I know exactly where my toolbox is!

    BRB going to the garage!

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    Hacksaw would definitely work for my slots, the dremalalike works with more noise and speed.


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    Any hole's a goal right?

 

 
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