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Thread: What's the difference between a Rose V2 and a Rose V2-S?

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    What's the difference between a Rose V2 and a Rose V2-S?

    Hi all,
    I've got a Rose V2 with stumpy and am wondering if the Rose V2 is the same as the Rose V2-S or if the V2-S has some improvements?
    Does the 'S' just stand for stumpy, so they are saying your Rose V2 comes with a stumpy kit?
    On the Eden Mods site only the Rose V2-S is listed so I can't compare them and I've done a search and can't find anything. Does anyone know?
    Also- does anyone know anything about their latest tank, the 'Snapdragon'?
    Last edited by nomoresmokes; 20-04-16 at 11:09 AM.

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    you are correct

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    V2 is the upgrade from V1, V2-S is with the redesigned tank and chimney for reduced height but keep volume approximately the same.

    V1 released, then V2 released, then stumpy kit released, then v2-S released.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bk_renesis View Post
    V2 is the upgrade from V1, V2-S is with the redesigned tank and chimney for reduced height but keep volume approximately the same.

    V1 released, then V2 released, then stumpy kit released, then v2-S released.
    I'm glad it's just something as simple as that. I don't mind the height at all. Do you know anything about the 'Snapdragon'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianS View Post
    you are correct
    bk would beg to differ
    By the way- I LOVE my V2. It is the best atomizer, sure there are a few things I'd change like being able to see as you unscrew the juice flow but wow, what a great performing tank. The flavor and density of vapor are just fantastic. I just keep switching between it and the Tilemahos. I have one on an eVic mini and the other on a Provari 2.5 and they have changed the quality of my vape so much. Is there anything out there that can beat these two?

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    You've got the same as the v2S nomoresmokes, I just bought the stumpy kit separately so you have both options. The v2S only came with the stumpy kit installed.

    The snapdragon is a dripper, very well machined and a good one. I think Ben at Vapersphere is getting some in soon of you're interested
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    Quote Originally Posted by lmb View Post
    You've got the same as the v2S nomoresmokes, I just bought the stumpy kit separately so you have both options. The v2S only came with the stumpy kit installed.

    The snapdragon is a dripper, very well machined and a good one. I think Ben at Vapersphere is getting some in soon of you're interested
    Thanks for letting me know I have absolutely no idea about drippers. I've never tried one before. Isn't it 'dripping' your juice onto the hot element and then vaping that? Please excuse my embarrassing ignorance

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    For a dripper you just keep the wicks wet as you go, rather than having the wicks fed from a tank. Different strokes for different folks, but a dripper is much better for testing flavours as you don't use too much. They are also generally a bit simpler in design and can give better flavour than some tanks. The snapdragon is a good one because it has a deep juice well so you can probably fit about a ml in there, but as it isn't a tank it can be prone to leaking.

    Hope this helps
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