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    Billow 2 RTA

    Liking the look of this:
    Billow v2 RTA by EHPRO & Eciggity - Eciggity
    Easy to build deck like the goblin
    Raised section on the deck around the air intake so should prevent leaking
    Holds 5 Ml of juice
    Fill hole at the top like the Lemo 2 would have been good, but at least you don't have to muck about with fill screws.
    Also looks like a fairly small chamber so should be good flavour.

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    dont like the fact that it bulges out on the sides. If it was straight it would have been a winner.

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    Looks quite similar to the Orchid v6 - I have a clone on the way from fasttech - have been loving the v4 - and I like it for the same reasons you mention. My other RTAs not getting a look in these days.
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    Wow
    The Billow V2 is sensational
    I received mine yestrday from VE, and it truly is excellent for flavour and vapor production.
    The flavour is better than the delta 2, and also easier to build and fill.
    Deck area could be a bit bigger, and a top fill like the lemo 2 would be good but overall this is really a great RTA.
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    How have you found the Billow v2in regards to leak - notice anything / is it temperamental ? Can it tolerate imperfections in build?

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    I carry it in my pocket all day and haven't had 1 leak or weep. I say it would be quite sensitive to build though.
    You want a nice amount of cotton right on top of those 4 juice channels and not touching the air flow holes, but it is not hard to get right.

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    Looking at picking up a billow 2. Ive never built duel coils before. My current rebuildables are Delta 2 (rba) and Lemo 2. Duel coil builds always seemed to scare me do you think this is a good one to start with. I worry its going to frustrate the hell out of me to get right. Thanks

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    https://youtu.be/UKjemEjlPwc?t=12m35s
    This is how you build it, it's not very hard you just mirror both sides.

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    First duel coil build complete on my new billow2. Seems to be ok. .45ohms though i noticed even with the airflow control closed off it still feels airy. Is this normal?

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    Yeah air can still get under the airflow ring when fully closed, the air hole is pretty close.
    Mine fully closed has a ultra tight draw but not sealed pull.

 

 
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