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    The next step up

    Been vaping a 6 weeks now and have got in to rebuilding simple RBA like the Kayfun's and am looking for the next step up.

    Drippers I am ok with and multi coils resistance etc has been researched and is in progress. But no sub-ohm vaoing for me as yet. To be considered at a later date.

    Where I am looking to go now is different types of RBA that give the similar, same or better performance than the Kayfun with a more challenging build. Also I find the Kayfun style tanks to be on the whole a bit minimilistic in looks and want to get in to some of the more "interesting" looking tanks.

    NR_R_NR coils is one way I am looking and also Genesis builds.

    As far as the NR_R_NR coil tanks I am loking at the Odysseus, and dripping I am considering upgrading to the Helios. But gennie tanks are a problem for me.

    Main reason for this is everywhere I do research I find multiple comments re leaking, tilting (to aid wicking) and even Position of airholes as you hold the mod to get a better flavour. Can anyone give me a heads up on Gennie tanks and the issues that may arise? I am aware of the short,s mesh, ss rope etc. and find that an interesting part of the build to learn. But leaking especially could be a deal breaker for me if there are no fixes.

    Also, any ideas for a good Gennie tank and NR_R_NR tanks?

    Thanks for any help in advance.

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    lmb
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    I'm not a huge fan of gennies, but as far as nr-r-nr tanks go, you can't go past the Ithaka. Single or dual coil and still readily available if you look.

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    Cheers, for that. That's also on my possible list with the Odysseus. Glad to know I am not alone with that one as it's an olkd design.

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    lmb
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    You may have a bit of trouble getting your hands on an oddy, haven't been in production for a while and those who have them tend to keep em. But there's nothing quite like an Ithaka on top of a JGG in 'hybrid' mode

 

 

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