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    Good Review of Z-Atty clone from fasttech



    Will have this in my sweaty hands today, first time with a tank RBA, gonna try it with wick and wire
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    If you have trouble with it. Try an RSST and you won't ever look back.
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    I like these very much,have one with 2 more coming..also have FT RSST no probs either
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    Is it a SS + glass tank or something else?
    Quit on 10.06.2013
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    Just rebuilt it. Was initially 0.8ohm reading on my eVic (stuff that). Pulled out the SS and wire and rebuilt with 32g 5 wrap around doubled 2mm silica, comes out 2.1ohm.

    Its definitely glass. Had a bit of trouble getting the wick down the whole, pushed it down with jewelry screwdriver went in fine. Had to unscrew one of the holes and fill with blunt needle (that I nicked from hospital when my baby was born not long back).

    Vapes fine. Got 2 teeth pulled today. Wonder if the 'no smoking' thing applies to vaping. oh well.

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    Bit of a tight draw, don't have a drill to widen the hole. Any suggestions ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tugboatofdeath View Post
    Vapes fine. Got 2 teeth pulled today. Wonder if the 'no smoking' thing applies to vaping. oh well.
    Vape, but do so carefully. Light draw on something that produces well. It's not the vaping or really the smoking that's the problem. It's the sucking motion which can dislodge the clot and start the bleeding again. It's why they say sip drinks and don't use straws.
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    ok thanks, the makes sense, has completely stopped bleeding, not much pain yet, but in my experience dental pain is the worst at night, although i'm on my 2nd scotch and dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porkchop View Post
    Is it a SS + glass tank or something else?
    The glass tanked one is 15dollars, and theres a plastic tanked one for ten. Both are stainless. I have a couple, and they work fine. A bit smaller deck, and wickhole to work with than an RSST, but not too hard, and vape well. I found you have to be a little careful your coil doesn't touch the centre post.
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    ta..just found that out while fixing the tight draw issue. Don't have a drill so can't drill out the hole, managed to use the body tube off another rba for it, much better draw now.

 

 
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