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    Dripping atomiser,are they good

    Hi vapers I'm thinking about buying the novice hybrid mechanical mod from vaping cobra,it's a dripping atomiser,I'm just wondering what dripping atomisers are like,can you take them out and about or are they just an at home mod. I've only ever used clearos,oh I did have the cheap cartos when I first started vaping but found them to be absolutely useless.

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    The novice hybrid is a 14xxx mod. You will also need some 14xxx batteries and a charger.
    It has a 'connected' atomizer that is rebuildable. This means you will need to make your own coil and wick for it.
    You can take it out and about, but you will need a bottle of juice with you as you need to drip your juice on to the coil. ( there is no tank like the clearo's).
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    I use dripping atomizers most of the time and especially at work. I used to smoke roll ups so I kind of like the ritual of dripping then vaping. I thought at first it would be a pita to carry a bottle of juice around with me. But I don't find that to be the case at all.

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    Im not trying to rain on your parade here but Id suggest that you maybe look at a dripper such as the IGO-L to begin with. It will connect with what ever batt you have on hand and is easy to rebuild, it also wont break the bank to buy. Drippers are a bit of a pain in the arse to take out and about but at the same time they will deliver more taste than any other delivery system I own. When I first started vaping and hanging out around here I kinda got the impression that drippers were for the arty farty types. After finding one in a package of stuff I bought on the classifieds here and trying it I now own a shit load of drippers and they are my at home choice.
    My biggest fear is that I might die and my missus will sell my vape gear for what I told her it cost

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    drippers are awesome!!!! best flavor by far im also going to adopt this method of vaping at work. im in the process of ordering a ucan juice holder from innokin. ive also bought a nemesis mech mod with a kick to suite my rba's for work. nothing comes close to dripping with a microcoil/cotton setup at high watts!!!

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    Just to add to what coal said, you can check your ohms easier with a 510 connector, unless your all right with a multi meter. Just so you don't blow your face off.
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    Like I was saying, get yourself a sigelei ohm checker and a dripping atty. You really want to know what ohms you will be getting from the kanthal+ wick setup. Then you should move onto Hybrids.
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    also, with the novice, using a 14500 or 14650 will mean you'll have to take extra batteries out with you. even if it's just a couple of hours.

    you cann't vape mech mods right down to 3.2v on the battery, usually around 3.5-3.6 they drop off quite a lot.

 

 

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