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    Dripping atty recommendation.

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    I need to put another small order into VK today and thought I may as well grab a dropping atty while I'm doing so for testing flavours.

    Any recommendations?

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    I love the 510 Bridgeless VKS Atomizer
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    Easy enough to use Filbert?

    Edit: Actually, looks like they are out of stock for that one.

    Might try a 510 VKS SS
    Last edited by 308hjute; 25-01-13 at 09:58 AM.
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    As with all dripping attys, you develop a "feel" for it the more you use it. Too many drops and it will leak, too little and you will get a dry burn. So to begin with I wouldn't say it's easy but with experience it does become easy to use. And if you maintain them, they will last months, a clean and dry burn every few days is all that's needed to keep them in good condition.

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    Cool, more want it simply for tasting juices I have mixed up from sample packs.
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    306 VKS SS Atomizer

    306 is better than the 510 according to most users of dripping atties that try them.

    Edit: You will also need a 306 drip tip.
    http://www.vapeking.com.au/306-Versi...-p/tuo0012.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noe View Post
    306 VKS SS Atomizer

    306 is better than the 510 according to most users of dripping atties that try them.
    I have both and much prefer the 510, but maybe the 306 I have is dodgy. But I have heard too that more prefer the 306.

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    One of each it is then, LOL!
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    Ikv i06 xlr are the beast.....IMHO....then I went to vks 510 bridge

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    I have to recommend the VKS Attys over IKV. I found the IKV io6 and others to be inconsistant. It's best to save the few bucks.

    I understand others claim the io6's last 6 months but not 1 out of about 30 did. After a month some gave up the ghost whilst other ones lost flavour.

 

 
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