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Thread: Zen atty pro top cap

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    Zen atty pro top cap

    So ive had my zap for a week. Love it to bits. Hits like a train, and the airy draw is perfect. Craftsmanship is beautiful and sits on my black provari nicely.

    Butt.. this damn top cap sits so loose. Does anyone else have this issue? Or does anyone know of a fix?
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    I've read that some people wrap cotton under the oring to make it tighter or you can probably find a thicker oring. Got the same issue with mine.


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    I find drying the o rings and inside the cap with a bit of paper towl helps keep the cap on firm.
    Its not really a pocket friendly combo though.

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    Yeah spewing top cap fell and marked it. Oh well gonna try a few things and let you guys know

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    same , strictly home vape only for me , one bump and the top caps gone

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    you can buy sets of orings online, a set of any size/thickness on ebay for under $20

    Always handy to have a set around if you like gene style mods with caps, as often they can be too loose or tight.

    Another option is to order a new set from electronic stix, they sell the o-ring sets for the zen hybrids which include a different top o-ring that is much tighter. (I have the Zen hybrids as well and the caps never ever fall off)

 

 

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