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    Need a atty for tasting new juice. What do you guys recommend?

    At the moment I use CE4+ or Viv Nova etc for my daily vape, but when I get new juice I want something I can drop of drips into without washing out and refilling with new juice just to find out I hate the taste.

    So what kit do I need to do this? Pros/Cons of each one.
    Also want to source from someplace in Australia.


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    I used to just buy the cheapest/smallest cartos i could find for flavor testing only use them once then bin. You do lose about 1ml of juice doing that unless you vape it all out before you chuck it.

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    Last edited by qwertylesh; 01-09-13 at 03:14 AM.
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    Cisco LR 306 attys are really good for flavour and vapour production. I have not used one for some years though. They last quite a while and a quick blast with a steam cleaner gets the old flavour out ready for a new one. they are fairly cheap to obtain these days.
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    i06 dripping atty.

    Pros
    GREAT flavour
    GREAT vapor
    Reasonably smooth throat hit
    Generally last a long time if you treat them well.
    Cons
    Needs a special drip tip that can be expensive if you like metal.
    Can have some pretty horrible taste if you don't drip enough
    Can have muted flavour if you drip too much!
    Don't worry if you want to go this route, it's all a matter of practice.

    306 dripping atty.

    Pros
    GREAT flavour
    GREAT vapor
    Reasonably smooth throat hit
    Generally last a long time if you treat them well.

    Cons
    Needs a special drip tip that can be expensive if you like metal.
    Can have some pretty horrible taste if you don't drip enough
    Can have muted flavour if you drip too much!
    Don't worry if you want to go this route, it's all a matter of practice.

    Either one will be a great addition to your vape gear.

    Both can be gotten along with their associated drip tips from vapeking

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    Quick question. So the 306 drip tips just slide over at atty? Is this the same with the 501 drip tips? or does it screw into the atty? Looking at VapingKing


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    no you need the 306 drip tips, they just slide over. 510's are not compatible with 306 atomizers
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    306 driptips generally slide OVER the atty, 510's slid INTO the carto/atty.

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    I posted something the other week about how I have been using my 306. I have also just received a new 510 atty which I'm yet to try out. The 306 can get a bit messy unless you have a drip shield too. Have you looked at a pheonix style dripping atty? I bought one for $12 and it's smooth and the flavour is great. Draw is a bit tight though so I think the air hole could be slightly larger.

    My set up was posted here Bridgeless atomisers -How to do?

    The pheonix clone I bought from VC. Phoenix Rebuildable Atomiser

    Buying the cheapie/clones will give you an idea of the style you prefer at least whether on a budget or getting a feel for branching out with the better made and more expensive equipment. Having said that the 306 works well.

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    I'll got for the middle of the ground this time, and if I like I'll get the rebuild down the track. I'll need more juice in a week or two so I'll get it all setup then. Lucky I found out about the 510 Drip Shield!

    Thanks for the input guys, now to watch youtube to get some semi-hands on instructions


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