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#1 (permalink)      4/12/2014 12:29:27 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Andyk
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Now that's what a dripper is like!
The first time someone cared to put the airflow hole/slots at the correct place. Thank you, finally!
Ordering now!
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#2 (permalink)      4/12/2014 12:49:13 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I agree, it's incredibly rare to see airholes in the right places on this site, and even rarer for them to be large enough without needing to be drilled bigger by the user. And the double-center post is great because they drill the post-holes so damn small, you can only fit one 22 gauge coil in the hole, but now you can put a dual coil of thicker gauge kanthal in it with ease.

My only rants are that the top cap looks unnecessarily tall and the airhole slits in the base are close to the bottom of the juice well which can lead to possible leaking, but neither of these are too extreme in this case or serious. In fact this isn't even that much taller than the other IGO RDAs, it just looks like it.

This definitely looks like a good buy, I'm tempted to get it becase I'm still lacking an RDA with adjustable airflow control, but my gold Patriot from this site and my authentic IGO-W are still holding me over.
#3 (permalink)      4/15/2014 9:06:21 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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22 gauge



Don't know how I missed this, I guess you wanted to say, 32 gauge. Because 22 gauge is a hell of a thick wire lol

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#4 (permalink)      4/16/2014 4:07:47 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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No, he means 22 gauge. 22 gauge is all the rage! It's like having twisted 26, but ya don't need to twist it. Hits .15-.2 easy!
#5 (permalink)      4/16/2014 7:20:22 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You need to re-read what he wrote:

the post-holes so damn small, you can only fit one 22 gauge coil in the hole, but now you can put a dual coil of thicker gauge kanthal in it with ease.



He is talking about going thicker than 22 gauge. SERIOUSLY? 20 gauge? 18 gauge?

I'm 100% sure he meant 32 gauge.


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20g user here. He definitely meant 22g. 32g would fit through most center posts for a dual coil quite easily, 22g not gonna happen.
#7 (permalink)      4/17/2014 12:50:27 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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What resistance are you guys vaping on with 20g dual coils?? You guys are giving me a Shattack!
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Most are probably .2-.3 ohms.
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Andyk, I started with 30g and it did the job back in the day just fine. Then I tried 28g and it was a game changer. Then I tried 24g and I'm never looking back. I still experiment with twisted 28/30g or 22g, but I never see myself going back to 28-32g.

The vapor is denser/warmer and you get MUCH more flavor out of your liquids because of the higher wattage. 30g doesn't cut it for microcoils for me anymore, but a 6-8 wrap microcoil/macrocoil of 22/24g will blow your socks off with vapor and flavor. I recommend 24 or 26g though.

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what size mold/rod are you wrapping your 24g coils on, Tenac?
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#11 (permalink)      5/3/2014 3:46:42 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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wheres the cheapest place to get 28g-22g kenthal? i only have 30g and i want to go thicker, but there are tons of places and all different prices...its too overwhelming! i want alot..for cheap. lol
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