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  1. #1
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    Please edumacate me... Squape

    As the title says please edumacate me on whether or not getting a Squape is worth it.
    I have been playing around with my drippers after starting a bit of DiY to test juices and now my carto tanks just aren't doing it for me.
    Is a Squape pretty much an auto dripper?

    If I go down this path I will be starting out with a clone (I know its a dirty word) as that is all funds will allow having 4 kids and all.

    Any advice is welcome.

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    a sqaupe is like a kayfun in reality but is 23mm and allows for the coil to be changed without the need for emptying the tank.
    its a tank atomiser, i.e build a coil, put chimney on it, screw tank on, vape

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    Easier to recoil then the kayfun with the thumb screws, the atty deck has a special coating so you won't get shorts. Holds a bit more, is a bit chunkier then the kayfun.
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    sounds awesome. i never heard of this squape thing...pays to have a read



    I don't need squat for ages, i just went shopping.
    $1800.61 Spent on Vaping so far, stocked up for 2 years @ 8ml/per day.

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    Here's a review Todd did on the SQuape..

    Todds Reviews: Search results for squape

    I have one and love it, keep in mind that it is 23 mm though, so you have to pick the right mod

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvietrod View Post
    Here's a review Todd did on the SQuape..

    Todds Reviews: Search results for squape

    I have one and love it, keep in mind that it is 23 mm though, so you have to pick the right mod
    thats why mine sits in the ever growing cupboard of dont tell the missus i bought something, 23mm doesnt sound like much but that 0.5mm all the way round a 22mm mod is a pain, in fact its like 0.3 mm but even that little lip is annoying

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    I have B.A.M and it looks great

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    They're just like a big evod Tokers, very easy to build and low maintenance. I just change the cotton and do a dry burn once a week. I've got a genuine Squape, but I've ordered a couple of clones to see how they go. Once you get the build right, they don't flood or leak and are a great atty for RBA newbies like myself.
    Just get an EPM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvietrod View Post
    Here's a review Todd did on the SQuape..

    Todds Reviews: Search results for squape

    I have one and love it, keep in mind that it is 23 mm though, so you have to pick the right mod
    If I get one once I get it set up it will live on my EPM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokerz81 View Post
    If I get one once I get it set up it will live on my EPM.
    Good choice, using a Provari beauty ring underneath the atty gives a clean line as well

 

 

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