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    good tanks

    hey guys i got a nautilus and tbh its pissing me off. floods gurgle blah blah blah.....so i gotta ask whats a good tank setup(rebuildable) for a provari these days? any input is appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry View Post
    hey guys i got a nautilus and tbh its pissing me off. floods gurgle blah blah blah.....so i gotta ask whats a good tank setup(rebuildable) for a provari these days? any input is appreciated
    I've been using and rebuilding my Nautilus for a while now, never had a problem with gurgling. Only if I haven't screwed in the coil properly would it flood a little.

    The other tank I use is a Russian 91%. That or a Kayfun Lite I suppose would be good as a rebuildable.
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    +1 .. I recently acquired a KFL + EHpro clone, my first rebuildable and it's been faultless .. Loving it
    Haven't touched the Naut or the Mega since getting it


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    Rebuildable tank atomizers - which one?

    That's a somewhat review or really an over view of different tanks and how they work.

    Video is long as covered several tank attys. hope it helps you out.
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    good tanks

    Can't really go past a kayfun atm, and pretty much everyone has one so you won't be without support if you need help.
    http://www.intaste.de/Rebuildable-Atomizer/SvoeMesto/Kayfun-Lite-plus::2196.html
    Really fast shipping too.
    Last edited by ssstahly; 09-07-14 at 06:58 AM.
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    Hi Harry, sorry to hear about the Nautilus. It's definitely limited and the bottom line is it's simply a clearomiser, and you're at the mercy of the quality of the replacement coils. It's good but not fantastic.

    And don't bother wasting your time trying to rebuild a Nautilus.
    Try rebuilding a Kayfun and see if you can rebuild a coil in a Nautilus also.
    You might get slightly better results if you rebuild the Aspire coil, but it's not the easiest to build and you'll find that a Kayfun with experience, could build one ready to vape in 3 minutes.

    Ps. I'm not a shill of SvoeMesto.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harry View Post
    hey guys i got a nautilus and tbh its pissing me off. floods gurgle blah blah blah.....
    I've been having the same gurgling issues as you! So stressful, can't figure it out. I'm about to give up on it myself!

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    I've tried building it and everything. I've got it close tho but floods when it warms up.... I'm thinking there has to be a better alternative out there... What about the fogger v4?

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    Better alternative, it's a Russian91%. Just buy one and clearo's will be a thing of the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry View Post
    I've tried building it and everything. I've got it close tho but floods when it warms up.... I'm thinking there has to be a better alternative out there... What about the fogger v4?
    Are you referring to the Nautilus or Kayfun?

 

 
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