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    A good RBA for a beginner, sick of waiting for slowtech :(

    I've just ordered some mesh, wire and wick, from Vape King, and was being tempted by the RBA's they have, but I'm unsure of which one to get. I have some coming from fasttech, but I'm sick of waiting, and it looks like they will be some weeks away yet. So I figured, if there is an easy RBA for beginners to start with, maybe someone could recommend one I can get locally, (meaning Aus, can't get any vaping gear where I live). Are any that Vape King sell suitable for a beginner, on a budget, (up to $30 is ok, but can't go beyond that). I'm up to scratch with building coils and wicks for drippers, but need a challenge now

    Any help will be greatly appreciated, as I'm just dying to get started on these
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    You can't get any more of a beginner than me I got the Igo-L and it's the best move I've made since I started vaping. I'm on 18mg nic, and I was thinking I might have to bump it back up to 24, but it seems to me that I'm getting more of a nic hit with the dripper, maybe because I'm vaping at a much higher voltage than usual, I dont know, but it's working really well for me, and building the coils isn't nearly as scary as I thought it would be for somebody with big clumsy fingers

    Edit: reread your post, you're doing drippers already; ergo, my post is pointless
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDog View Post
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    You can't get any more of a beginner than me I got the Igo-L and it's the best move I've made since I started vaping. I'm on 18mg nic, and I was thinking I might have to bump it back up to 24, but it seems to me that I'm getting more of a nic hit with the dripper, maybe because I'm vaping at a much higher voltage than usual, I dont know, but it's working really well for me, and building the coils isn't nearly as scary as I thought it would be for somebody with big clumsy fingers
    Hi Blackdog, I already have drippers, and have pretty much got dripper coils and wicks down pat, (been doing a lot of practicing ),but now I'm looking for a tank, one that uses the rolled mesh wicks.

    I use the drippers all the time for trying new flavours that I've made up, you get a much better taste with a dripper, so it helps a lot when tweeking recipes, but I find them frustrating to use all the time, and prefer my pro-tanks or evods. lol, much better for chain vaping than drippers and sometimes I just like to chain vape.

    I wonder if the same nic thing applies with RBA's as it does with drippers, I might have to drop my own nic levels if it does.
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    get the agi from ud. Its pretty fullproof easy to use. Or the aga-t2. Cheap and realiable.

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    I know stuff all about drippers, but you already saw this thread,
    Help with purchases please

    Wait until I check my "BOX OF EXCESS CRAP", I may have an Arashi I moved on from, here is what one looks like,



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    Quote Originally Posted by urecia View Post
    get the agi from ud. Its pretty fullproof easy to use. Or the aga-t2. Cheap and realiable.
    Thanks Urecia, is this the one you mean?

    AGA-T2 Rebuildable Atomizer - Pyrex
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    The AGA-T2 is a good one, its got the Press fit top cap as opposed to the screw on top cap (makes lining up your air hole much easier),,
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichoVonBlack View Post
    I know stuff all about drippers, but you already saw this thread,
    Help with purchases please

    Wait until I check my "BOX OF EXCESS CRAP", I may have an Arashi I moved on from, here is what one looks like,





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    Ah thank you, looks good, similar to the Aga?
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    If you are buying stuff from VapeKing (AAAA++++ will buy again), I would recommend the RSST. Haven't tried one myself yet, but from all accounts they are easier to set up than an AGA. AGA's can be a bit fiddly getting rid of hot legs between the top of the wick and the post.
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    No real difference to be honest, think of the Arashi is a bit (just) better machined than the AGA's, but pretty much the same, only difference is if its still in my BOX OF STUFF N CRAP you can have it for free, I honestly don't use it any more.
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