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#1 (permalink)      7/17/2015 7:29:36 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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This looks like it can be either top or bottom filled. Anyone have any solid data about filling?
#2 (permalink)      7/17/2015 7:52:39 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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It's designed to be filled through the juice control holes. Unscrewing the deck gives you access to the fill holes. However, some fill the Goliath V1 by removing the top cap. Just remenber to close the juice control first... Hope that helps!
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I'm one tht fill my Goliath V1 through the juice holes.
If you fill from the top, make sure the glass tank is sitting securely in the groove.
Or it will all come back out. Yucky.......
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#4 (permalink)      7/17/2015 8:33:39 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I was thinking about removing the top cap. Because the glass is held by the o-ring in v2. On v1 it is just sitting on top of it, similar to Goblin. Had to order this cause I just got my Goblin and that thing is a beast. Although it's a pain in the a** to wick correctly.
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I've got a Goliath V2.

It's a nightmare to fill, especially if you are out and about.

I've tried bottom filling through the juice control holes but they are tiny. I've tried blunt syringe tips and needle nosed bottles.

The easiest method for me is the top fill method. Close the juice control, make sure the glass window is in place and then fill her up. It's quick and less messy than the other way.

Hope that helps.
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Bottom fill works best. Just position end of your bottle right on top of the juice flow hole and stick it to the tank body. It'll just flow in if you have the flow control fully open. Never had issues even with drip bottles.
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Well, thank you for the intel. After reading the forums here for a while, I've decided to use bottom fill :D That works with every bottle I have. Except my 200 ml bottle without any tip for filling. Maybe I'll try that some day to get my hands (and everything else in the room) dirty :D