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    Kepler 510 Finned Heat Sink for Atomizers


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    I recently grabbed one of these form a well known Chinese Clone retailer.
    So I thought I might give ever one a heads up on the the good & the bad about these.

    Now first the Bad
    1. The air channel cuts are sharp, (owch type sharp), avoid the ones with air channel cuts until they fix it!
    2. The screw that goes down inside the top of this was in the bag, and it's a PITA to get it in place. A spot of blutac helped.
    3. The top screw needs to be unscrewed so much, to contact your Atty it gets a bit wobbly.
    4. The bottom screw & insulator need to be pushed up, so the bottom screw is at lest flush. A hammer & an old carto might work here.
    5. Their is no air flow for bottom breathing Atty's. You need to drill some holes.
    6. Only two sizes at present; 22mm & 30mm.


    Now the Good
    1. If you have an ever sinking 510 pin, problem solved.
    2. If you have buttery soft 510 threading, problem solved.
    3. If you are worried about your dripper over heating your PV, get the copper one, (SS & Aluminum are heat conductors, copper sucks up heat).
    4. Price: they are cheap as chips


    Three & a half stars out of ten.
    If you have the tools & where with all to fix them, go for it!
    If not avoid them!
    Last edited by Snidely_Whiplash; 20-01-15 at 11:07 AM.

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