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    Looking at a dripper

    Hi guys, looking at going in to dripper territory and just wondering what you would recommend for a dripping beginner.

    Cheers!

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    Igo-w ... cheep easy to build and tons of vape (p.s there a ton of other threads on this)

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    also:

    28g kanthal for mech mod builds, 30g kanthal for VV / VW mod builds.
    2mm ecowool
    tweezers (not painted)
    butane torch
    toenail clippers
    selection of small screwdrivers
    multimeter

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    +1 Igo-w or get a Trident clone from FastTech if you have the patience to wait for it to arrive.
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    depends on your budget. and the device you'll be using it on.

    for big batteries, your igo drippers are a good place to start. if you're loaded and have cash to blow, get yourself an atomic.

    for your ego sized devices, a smoktech mini RDA is good enough to start with. unfortunately i've not used any high end mini drippers so can't give an opinion on one. however i'm sure someone will be along shortly to recommend an ebaron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkhorsefkn View Post
    also:

    28g kanthal for mech mod builds, 30g kanthal for VV / VW mod builds.
    2mm ecowool
    tweezers (not painted)
    butane torch
    toenail clippers
    selection of small screwdrivers
    multimeter

    Thats awesome thanks a tonne for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smash View Post
    depends on your budget. and the device you'll be using it on.

    for big batteries, your igo drippers are a good place to start. if you're loaded and have cash to blow, get yourself an atomic.

    for your ego sized devices, a smoktech mini RDA is good enough to start with. unfortunately i've not used any high end mini drippers so can't give an opinion on one. however i'm sure someone will be along shortly to recommend an ebaron.
    Smallish budget, probably running off a k-100 or chi clone.

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    k100, get a long barrel dripper and you can use the shroud that comes with it.

    also the smoktech mini rda looks good in there. you can colour match with the body.

    if you buy a big dripper and overhands the cut out on the top of the k100, it can begin to look a bit too phallic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smash View Post
    k100, get a long barrel dripper and you can use the shroud that comes with it.

    also the smoktech mini rda looks good in there. you can colour match with the body.

    if you buy a big dripper and overhands the cut out on the top of the k100, it can begin to look a bit too phallic.
    Cheers mate will look into the mini rda. And I will definitely be avoiding any "phallic" factor haha. Thanks again

 

 

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