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    Best rebuildable tank for novice

    I'm looking for a good reliable rebuildable tank that can use wick and wire for my zombie apocalypse box, any suggestions?
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    Rsst,,,,,,
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    rsst is good, was recommended to me as a good starter and i like it alot

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    Thanks guys Seems to have PP tank and I'd like glass. Also, can you use a non-mesh wick?

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    Yea this is a good topic, I was thinking of starting this thread myself. I have noticed that I'm seeing a lot of rebuidables in the for sale section and I want to avoid buying something that will end up there. I haven't taken the plunge yet for that reason, I'd like to ask whether a beginner rebuildable is exclusive of a high end keeper or is something like the rsst just a stepping stone?

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    Start with the rsst and see how you go, there is bit of a learning curve but you'll pick it up quick. If you don't like it no great loss and if you do it's a good starting rba, don't forget the mesh and wire you'll need.
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    I've had hemp, cotton, silica, 3 sizes of mesh and ceramic in my RSST, in single and 'U' wicks. It's a delight to play with and practice/learn the skills in rebuildables as well as discerning the differences in builds.
    Is cheap too.
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    + 1 rsst , what ever you do don't let glass tanks fool you into buying a aga or an AGI

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    Well good to see this thread, I just ordered an rsst last night from vapeking.
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    Rsst is very forgiving when starting out, few or no shorts, enough room to make building a breeze and the spring/washer makes setting the top leg easy as. Not very pocket friendly cause of the o ring top cap but overall one of the easiest beginner gennies.
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