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Thread: Ithaka vs Kayfun

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    Ithaka vs Kayfun

    Hello people

    Im stuck in a bit of a predicament, i love my R91% and have loved it since ive started using RBA's and mech mods and so forth. I have a ithaka built it today dual coils at 1.2ohms its fantastic but i dont know if its for me seems like its has less airy then the R91% i guess as far as flavour and vapour production its about the same. it just seems when i go for a lung hit its just a struggle so i guess i'd like to hear what the majority of people think.

    In your opinion what do you prefer kayfun style RBA's or the ithaka?

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    I prefer the Ithaka but I am comparing it to a kfl+ . It might be my imagination but to me it feels like I get much more flavour. Don't have a problem with the draw seems airy enough for me personally.
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    Can't comment on the both yet as my ithaka should arrive tomorrow, but, you should be getting more flavor from the ithaka due to its ceramic cup.
    supporter of genuine mods and attys


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    If you get the Ithaka right it gives you a awesome throat hit, I like it more than my kayfuns and Russian
    Had all the different kayfuns and I sold them all once I got the Ithaka

    I even prefer it to the taifun as we'll for certain juices


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    Ithaka - dual coils .8ohms = vaping heaven at the moment

    So much so chances are ill sell the russian and kfl +

    When you learn to build the ithaka im sure you will agree, my first few builds i thought were ok but when you take your time and get it right its amazing
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    Dual coil on two bits of silica alternately wrapped is the best I have had so far

    I have my third Ithaka on its way and have a complete rebuild able section ready to go for a hot swap


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