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Thread: The AMP Tank - A Tank System for 510 and 306 Atomizers

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    The AMP Tank - A Tank System for 510 and 306 Atomizers

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    Thanks Russ, pretty decent review.

    How does the juice not leak out the carburetor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noe View Post
    Thanks Russ, pretty decent review.

    How does the juice not leak out the carburetor?
    Science. Or magic. Maybe both. I assume that carburettor is the master of much of the air flow. You're simply cutting off the supply of air and turning the entire thing into a straw.
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    Cool idea. Way too expensive, and a PITA to refill. Why didn't they put a fill screw in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by davee View Post
    Cool idea. Way too expensive, and a PITA to refill. Why didn't they put a fill screw in it?
    Maybe because Kir Fanis "patented" it?
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    Looks good, but does seem pricey.
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    Price isn't bad actually. The kit with both the 3ml and the 5ml tanks will run you $135US
    $120US for just the 3ml or 5ml.

    It's really interesting, but I run very high VG juice, so this doesn't sound like it's for me, sadly.
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    I can't help thinking that this thing is a bit too late to the market, 12 months ago before rebuildables became main stream and affordable this would have been really popular.

    I'm sure it will do well though, for people that don't want to faff around with wick and wire...

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    Was really interested... until I heard the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuclear View Post
    Was really interested... until I heard the price.
    you pay a premium for well designed and machined products. It's not at all like the hundreds of cheap carto tanks you can find for $5. Sure the price may put some people, like yourself, off, but in the grand scheme of things I think the price range fits it just right.

    You're looking at at least $50 elsewhere for nicely made tanks (Bella/Elegance from Hoosiervapes, or the funky glass and SS tanks from Finvape, then there are the Phiniacs and Big Daddys, the Kir Fanis tanks) and those are just a nice bit of glass/polycarb with well designed end caps.

    This is more in the vein of the UFS, ERA tank, and the flow control tank coming out from Adam, there has been some super serious design and machining done on these things, well worth the price tag for people wanting to step up their vape experience.
    It's designed more in mind for people who like the idea of a genesis atty, but can't be bothered with the wicks (like me, I like making coils but I get annoyed if things go wonky) or people who really love dripping and don't like bottom feeder mods (or having a mod exclusively for bottom feeding/dripping)
    Gods know I've spent too much money on things I've ended up not liking, trying to replicate the flavour I get from dripping. This could be a solution or an eye opener for people who want that dripping flavour in a tank form, at a pretty decent price.
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