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    RTA that you can rebuild without draining

    HI guys;

    I saw it mentioned somewhere that a taifun can be rebuilt without having to drain the tank. What other RTAs feature this? I haven't seen any that advertise this feature.

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    Can also do that with the Kanger Subtank
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    squape
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    It never used to bother me but now I have the Rose (clone) which can be rebuilt while it's full of juice I'm really liking this feature.
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    +1 for the Rose . . . a bit fiddly to build - but great taste, easy fill . . . Great for M2L

    I also like the Square R - only a clone - more air - whistles a bit on smaller air holes - really easy build - but not as much flavour I think - better for Lung hitters . ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightflyer View Post
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    You can do it with the AGA-T5? I have one of those but I thought you can't do it on them. Do you just unscrew the base from the lower stainless section?

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    Seriously if you are going to the effort of rebuilding a coil is it much more effort to stick a syringe in it and suck out some juice.
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    Not everyone is as gifted with ingenuity as you arth.

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    No it's not that much more effort. But if it can be avoided then why not? One less thing to worry about and maybe a fraction of a ml of juice saved

 

 
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