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    Fat dripper

    I'm looking for a 30mm dripper, preferably one with a very thermally robust centre pin(s) and a >1 negative posts.
    anything larger than 26mm would suit, but 30mm would be purrrfect.
    SS.

    Clues please.
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    like this ?
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    sorry MrG I couldn't resist
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk EyBoy View Post
    sorry MrG I couldn't resist
    No problem, I MAY posted a reply not exactly on topic intent myself.

    once

    or twice
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    Certainly a thermally robust center pin monk eyboy

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    Night time crowd know anything at all?
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    The closest one I know of doesn't really tick many of your boxes other than being big.

    The kruzer One2 Monster is a sort of tank fed silica dripper-ish atty (most closely resembling a silica-converted genesis). The single wick sits horizontal on the deck with two legs hanging down into the tank.

    It's 32mm.



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    Quote Originally Posted by luntingsir View Post
    The closest one I know of doesn't really tick many of your boxes other than being big.

    The kruzer One2 Monster is a sort of tank fed silica dripper-ish atty (most closely resembling a silica-converted genesis). The single wick sits horizontal on the deck with two legs hanging down into the tank.

    It's 32mm.

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    32mm and only 119 euro and 19%VAT
    It is big though, thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    32mm and only 119 euro and 19%VAT
    It is big though, thanks
    I think the issue with a >22mm RDA is going to be that the air chamber is going to be too large. Keeping the chamber small would mean the externals would have to be artificially enlarged for purely cosmetic purposes (and it'd be a heavy bastard). That said, with a lathe you should be able to knock up a custom top cap for any tri-post RDA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luntingsir View Post
    I think the issue with a >22mm RDA is going to be that the air chamber is going to be too large. Keeping the chamber small would mean the externals would have to be artificially enlarged for purely cosmetic purposes (and it'd be a heavy bastard). That said, with a lathe you should be able to knock up a custom top cap for any tri-post RDA.
    Is what I was thinking, lathe time.
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