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    Question Which clearomizer is the best and best value for money?

    As a newbie I'm starting out with using clearos because they seem to be the simplest way to get vaping easily. Could some of the more experienced members, and knowledgeable newbies, please give some advice on clearos that do not leak, are easy to fill, will fit on a 510 or ego, and aren't going to cost a fortune.

    Some I've looked at are: C4, C5, and C6, and stardust v2 and v3, and the kanger T3.

    Could members advise on which Aussie vendors have the best prices for clearos and don't price gouge with postage.

    Information will be very welcome
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    VK XL Comets, $10 for a 5 pack & a comet will last around 1 month with a little maintenance & cleaning.
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    EVOD by kanger, most local venders stock them and they are around the same price. Easy to use and clean, hard to break and provide good flavour and vapour (for a clearo). Only down side to some is the smallish amount of juice they can hold, i tend to fill one up at night and vape it all the following day, by the end of that night its close to needing a refill. easy to get replacement heads (take EVOD and Protank Atties) also can be rebuilt if you choose.

    2nd Noe on the Comets, for their size outstanding clearo's.

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    x2 for the comets or evods

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    Thanks TDD, I have heard evods mentioned, and had a look at some reviews, seems like they are pretty easy to use.
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    Also Evods will hold more juice than the comets... and generally don't leak.
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    Thanks Kooljp, I have just experienced leaky clearomizers and don't want that happening all the time, ickky. Although that could just be me being clumsy with filling, (I'm still learning how to do this)
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    yeah love my evod never had a problem with it x3 for it I have cracked a few clears just from screwing them down a little to far but that won't happen with an evod
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    Sounds like the evods are pretty popular, I will probably get one of each of the recommended ones and give them all a try, if I get them all from the same place the postage wont be a killer either.
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    Evods can have juice dumps though, from what I have read
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