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    [***CLOSED***]FS: Steam Machine Gini (Genesis)

    Decided to sell this outright. Comes with an ego-510 adapter for use on the mod of your choice.
    edit - $75 including registered post or $65 pick up in Melbourne.
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    Last edited by Larry Backsplash; 14-11-12 at 06:40 PM.

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    Great Price, Great little genny from a Great guy.
    Vaping since July 2012.

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    Cheers SV. Yea I'm really surprised that this is still here.

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    I really thought this would have gone by now too.

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    All right come on, lets get this out of here. $80 posted registered

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    What's the draw like... Say in comparison to a ZAP?

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    A lot tighter than a zap, but not as tight as an Orion. I think the air hole is 1.2mm

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    I have heard good things about it, but I like clear tanks, and drip tips :P
    Easy to rebuild Larry?
    Does it use ss wick or silica?

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    You can get clear tanks from Atmomixani (the producer). As for set up, same as any other gennie really. Once you have the hang of it it's easy. It's nice craftsmanship and is built to last. I can include a plastic drip tip

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    How much does it hold, just looking at the cost of the clear tanks.
    I'm trying to save for something GG

 

 
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