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    Using RBA's as a MTL

    Hi everyone, just after some advice on RBA's. I recently purchased the OBS Crius and had a .22ohm Clapton build put in and it is hands down, the best vaping experience when compared to my other bits of kit. Apart from the obvious being more cloud, it is actually the flavour I am impressed with and I have found it to be a very smooth vape.

    I am still struggling with my other tanks and either getting a hard throat hit or a dry hit I haven't quite figured it out as yet which it is.

    My question though related to whether all RBA's are "airy" as I am thinking of doing some 1ohm coils and use it more as an MTL. The second part would be any suggestions on suitable RBA's in that MTL possible vein.
    Thanks.

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    There are plently if great MTL RBA's out there...

    Just to name a few, starting low and moving up in price

    Kayfun Lite +
    Squape r
    Rose V2
    Hurricane

    All of these will give years of vaping pleasure and are well worth the investment.

    I'm sure some other members have got some other suggestions too.
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    Cubis with a 1.5ohm coil...
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    That's not really a rebuildable though, or is it?
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    +1 for the Rose v2
    Or
    Serpent
    Gem
    Avocado - in single coil mode - easier to fill
    New Bachelor by Ehpro
    .....
    If you don't mind clones... Ubertoot is still my favourite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    That's not really a rebuildable though, or is it?
    Oops, though the RBA base has been released.

    Tilemahos or pico would be my picks for rebuildable MTL tanks.
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    You can try closing the air holes as much as possible and changing the drip tip to something narrow. Most RTAs come with wide drip tips.

    If thats no good invest in some of the recommendations above

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    I'm also waiting for a Griffin owner to add this on the list.

    It might be my first RTA as a lot of review says it easy to build on, even if you need to make 2 coils for it.
    The important factor is it doesn't get too hot but can still do better clouds and maintain flavour than a 1.8 Ω BVC.
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    Tilemyhouse
    Rose
    Pico

    All good choices

    Do you want a tank or dripper though
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    Thanks for the suggestions everyone , I will be looking into all of them, starting with the Rose V2 and the Tilmahos V2.

    At this stage Brian it will be a tank though at a later point I will look into getting a dripper.

 

 
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