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Thread: aga, agi, igo, rsst ... which is easiest?

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    aga, agi, igo, rsst ... which is easiest?

    so i'm taking the plunge i swore i'd never take. (there were never wiser words than never say never ... lol) so i'm ordering from vapeking and just want to know which is the easiest to build out of the aga, agi, igo and rsst (and which version ... so many choices). also, what gauge wire if i'm looking to go no lower than about 1.8ohm and use cotton wool wick? is there anything else i need other than the rba itself, wire and cotton wool balls? i've already got a set of mini screw drivers. i feel like a total newb all over again :/

    ETA: tank style, not dripping
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    IGO-L imo.
    as for wire 30/32 awg maybe but i'm no expert on that
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    I started rebuildables on a igo-L.. Single coil dripper .. Was easy to learn on


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    IGO-L imo.
    as for wire 30/32 awg maybe but i'm no expert on that
    Haha beaten by 30 sec .. Good stuff Brian


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    oops. clarification: i want a tank one. dripping and i do not see eye to eye

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    another vote for igo L - as for kanthal id go for 28 just cos thats what a lot of other people are using and its easy to ask questions and compare notes etc

    ps didnt see your above post

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay67kay View Post
    so i'm taking the plunge i swore i'd never take. (there were never wiser words than never say never ... lol) so i'm ordering from vapeking and just want to know which is the easiest to build out of the aga, agi, igo and rsst (and which version ... so many choices). also, what gauge wire if i'm looking to go no lower than about 1.8ohm and use cotton wool wick? is there anything else i need other than the rba itself, wire and cotton wool balls? i've already got a set of mini screw drivers. i feel like a total newb all over again :/

    ETA: tank style, not dripping
    The easiest tank style RBAs are the kayfuns or kayfun clones, (rocket, taifun etc). I use 30-32g kanthal and cottone balls for wicks. 5-6 wraps per coil.

    These guys have the the kayfun lite clones for a really reasonable price.

    Kayfun Lite 6.0ml Rebuildable & Replaceable Heating Coil Adjustable Airflow Vacuum Atomizer - Others - Atomizer - eGo Accessories

    Of the genesis style, RSST is probably the easiest to set up.
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    what resistance do your coils come out at, spud?

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    Do u have a jet torch thing? I torch my coils on the gas stove with regular two dollar tseezerst

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    1 vote for DogMan because squonkers, dogs, chooks and brevity

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    Lol tweezers

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    1 vote for DogMan because squonkers, dogs, chooks and brevity

 

 
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