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    Aspire Nautilus BDC Glass Clearomizer

    G'day All,

    So recently I got in contact with an Australian vendor about whether or not they were going to carry this clearomizer and the replacement coils and the answer was basically yes, they should be arriving shortly. Just wondering if anyone was going to buy one? or if you already have one from a OS vendor what is your opinion on it?

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    Sorry dont have one

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    After seeing both pbusardo's and vapingreek's, reviews i think i'll pick one up when i decide on my first mod, looks like the current pick of the Bottom coil's

    5ml volume will be great fill it in the morning and forget

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    I like the look of them Cabbie, would look good on something like a 134 I reckon. I'll pick one up when they're available locally.
    Just get an EPM.

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    After my disasterous adventures with the Aspire BDC (doesn't like any of my VG juice. 7 failed coil heads out of 7) I might stay away from this until a few people have tried it out. I love PhillyB and his videos, but I am kind of on the fence since the Aspire BDC.
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    Arent they around the $35 US mark?..Was having a brief read up the other night..coils are also exclusive to that model...was pretty good reviews tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp View Post
    Arent they around the $35 US mark?..Was having a brief read up the other night..coils are also exclusive to that model...was pretty good reviews tho
    Around US$30 from HealthCabin & yes the coil heads are different to the other Aspire heads, I like the idea of airflow control but I'm not sure that it's worth over US$20 more for the feature, compared to a glass Vivi Nova style Aspire.
    You can mod a Vivi Nova Aspire for more airflow if needed but if you like the look of the Nautilis &/or the convenience of air flow control I guess you'll want to buy/try one.
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    health cabin now selling at $43.70 AU replacement coils $21.01Au for 5 pack??????? i think this is why i stopped using health cabin.
    purchasing from Vapeking and coop if one goes ahead (hint hint)

    Vapeking price is $34.95 replacement coils waiting on price.
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    I have actually purchased one myself from Vapeking and looking forward to trying it out as I have seen some pretty good reviews about it. I like the big 5ml tank, and the adjustable airflow design.

    Hopefully it won't send me broke buying replacement coils for it.

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    Any feedback on this device? My Protank 2's and 3 is driving me nuts with the gurgling and spitting.

 

 
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