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#1 (permalink)      9/4/2013 3:20:27 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
tntecig
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How is the airflow?
Hello, could some one please tell me how is the airflow of this atomizer? Is it airy? or does it draw like a regular cigarette?
How is the airflow controler? (I suppose it has one?), in your opinion, will it meets all the need?
Thanks in advance.

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Tweaker
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@tntecig
I just prepared mine which has arrived today. The airflow can be regulated to your liking and ranges between zero (completely shut off) to very airy so yes, somewhere in between is the airflow of a tobacco cigarette.
I like it very much. The air control ring has an O-ring inside so it does not rotate too easy unintended.
The amount of fluid can be controlled by rotating the mouthpiece.
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TnTecig as it has a airflow controller you should be able to set the air flow to your requirements with no problems
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@tntecig
I just prepared mine which has arrived today. The airflow can be regulated to your liking and ranges between zero (completely shut off) to very airy so yes, somewhere in between is the airflow of a tobacco cigarette.
I like it very much. The air control ring has an O-ring inside so it does not rotate too easy unintended.
The amount of fluid can be controlled by rotating the mouthpiece.
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Thanks Amiga and Tweaker, it is very important for me to know the range, between zero and very airy is exactely what I want! Definitely going to buy one.
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If I might intergect here...

You might find (right now) that a tight draw works best for you. But, ask around, you'll find that an airy draw gives better results as far as vapor production. Myself, I didn't like airy draws and heard from folks that tight draws didn't produce very much vapor. As it turnd out, I miss drilled one of my gennies a bigger hole than I wanted. After a couple of days with it, I now drill them ALL out and run this Ithaka at full open.
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Thanks Modmandan, we will see, till now I am very disappointed with my 2 other RDAs which have very airy draw, with the air controler on ithaka I will be able to try all the possibilities.
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even at the most open position it is still a very tight draw... nothing close to an airy draw imo. But that is how the normal ithaka is, so i will not complain
#8 (permalink)      9/8/2013 12:20:48 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Maybe not as open as my gennies with a 1.3mm hole in them, but better than my old Viva Novas and Iclear 30s.