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  1. #1
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    Easier way to coil the Rose V2

    It seems there's a real art to getting the coil down into the two holes as we are working blind because of the ceramic cup. What I have done & it works for me is to put the ceramic cup in first then I can guide the wire into each hole.
    Easy peasy for this old bloke.

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    Yep, that's how I do it. The biggest problem I have with the rose is once the coil is in when I tighten the grub screws it pulls the wire and deforms the coil. Not sure how to get around that, I get into it with tweezers and toothpicks until it's good. I built a dual coil in it for the first and last time, a few choice words and the occasional flipped table, once it is built it's got amazing flavour. Just a bit fiddly.

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    where are you all getting a rose from. everywhere is out of stock i look
    RIP 22.12.2016

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    I got a clone from the vaper caper a couple of months ago. As far as clones go the build quality is exceptional, I wasn't prepared to slap down $200 bucks on an original just to see if I liked it. To be Honest i'm glad I didn't, while the vape is good but it's a pain in the arse to build as such I don't use it much.

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    VapourEyes have the V2 clone in stock. Well built I like it

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    I got mine from FT. Rhino I have only recoiled twice so far & I noticed a pull on the coil when tightening the grub screws on my first 28g coil but the second coil I used 26g wire & I didn't notice it pull.

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    I just now did my first build on my V2 clone, and my tip ( from someone with ever worsening close up vision), was I put the coil down into place as suggested above, and then threaded the cotton through with a large eyed darning needle, straight through from side to side through the slots in the side, it made it so much easier.

 

 

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