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Thread: Provari P3 which atty to go with?

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    Provari P3 which atty to go with?

    Hello,
    I am wondering if anyone has a good suggestion for me to use as an RBA on a Provari P3?

    I have been out of the vaping game for a while now but I'm jumping back on the clouds..

    I prefer an airier and warmer vape (lung inhales) and I prefer something that doesn't leak!
    in the past i have used kayfuns and foggers and squapes ect... just wondering what would be a good reliable adv tank!!
    thanks,

    JL
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    Try out Vertex v2 its good coz it performs well on lower wattage

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    Wait got confused there. Do you want an rta or rba?

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    anything but a gennie lol
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    Heron...............No leaks, easy build, warm vape, adjustable air flow and looks great.

    Cheers
    Midlife
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    hey midlife, i had a suss at them just on google images, is it an RBA?
    looks nice i will definitely have a look into it! cheers
    Quote Originally Posted by Midlife View Post
    Heron...............No leaks, easy build, warm vape, adjustable air flow and looks great.

    Cheers
    Midlife
    I Don't Smoke Analogues

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    Yes it is but it uses a filler material to hold the juice and it wicks from that. It is easier to use than what it first looks. Filling is easy as you just fill until the material is saturated (i use a needle nose bottle).
    I can pick when they are just about empty by a bit of a dry hit but you can catch it early enough without burning your wick. I have been using cotton in my Heron and my Spheroid (both the same design) and it works really well and is easy to set up in the heron as the internal cap holds it in place.
    There are a number of people here that love this attie.
    I think there is a thread somewhere on building them. I will see if I can find it.

    Cheers
    Midlife

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    Not the thread I was looking for but still worth a read Thoughts on the GP Heron.

    Cheers
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