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#11 (permalink)      2/6/2019 8:26:02 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Funny you should say that, one of my D/T's just crumbled the other day. Crumble is the best description of the fail, it really just turned to dust.
#12 (permalink)      2/6/2019 8:29:02 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thanks for the recommendations, Djvillain. But just a little too late, lol. Just completed my order like a 5 minutes ago.

I really like those, but that random colour thing is a bit too much of a gamble.

Are these drip tips really much better than the ones I purchased?

I bought these...
SKU 9624267
SKU 9651225
SKU 8538000
SKU 8573700

Honestly, that juice spit back protection thing at the base does have me a little concerned, but I reckon drilling shouldn't be too much of an issue.

I dunno. There's still time for me to cancel my order and change it. What'd ya reckon?

Am I good? Or do you highly recommend the other ones?

Which one is epoxy? The PC? @kavon

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#13 (permalink)      2/6/2019 8:35:39 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Lovely selection! There’s only one mentioned that is listed as epoxy usually honey comb design. Thanks for asking it helps other 😇
#14 (permalink)      2/6/2019 8:38:16 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The last 2 in your list are very nice looking but they have those spitback-guard holes in the base that you may need to drill out to enjoy them.
#15 (permalink)      2/6/2019 10:08:21 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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@Russ... did that happen while you were vaping? Sounds like a potential health hazard.

@kavon, thanks for the heads up bud. I'll definitely keep this in mind. Lucky I'm not really into those beehive designs anyway, so never considered getting one. I do remember coming across the epoxy one, now that you mention it.

@Randall, that's the only thing that concerns me. Plus I'm kinda ocd about stuff like that, lol. I mean, if I do drill it, then it must look freakin perfect, otherwise it will just irk me, even if it's out of sight.

But Djvillain rated them quite highly, so I'm guessing they can't be overly restrictive either.

Actually, coming to think of it, it's actually way cool, because I can customise it to have just as much airflow as I like. I'm feeling really good about my purchase right about now :) hehe

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#16 (permalink)      2/6/2019 11:19:16 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Thank you,.
IT never hurts to check-in what others think of your choice before you splurge,
Champ...
Learn from others mistakes man...
The spit-back stopper servers a function don't drill it out.
I'm rocking a ice blue glow-in the dark one now on the TFV12 styled RTA,
Best vape ever!
#17 (permalink)      2/6/2019 11:59:27 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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The ones with the spit back guard are not that restrictive. For the random coloured ones I listed I just tell them which colour(s) I want and they send them to me 95% of the time. They are slightly taller but more comfortable thanks to the curves.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgPDW0ZpgJU
#18 (permalink)      2/7/2019 8:44:07 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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@ Djvillain, if you had to recommend me just one, which of those three styles would it be? I think the one with the widest base diameter should be best for the reload.

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#19 (permalink)      2/7/2019 8:46:08 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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@kavon, can you give me the sku for that glow in the dark drip tip please bud.
#20 (permalink)      2/7/2019 10:07:42 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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kavon wrote:

Keep away from epoxy as it crumbles away resulting in inhaling pieces.
EPOXY IS POXY!
STICK TO RESIN!!!


The word "resin" has been applied in the modern world to nearly any component of a liquid that will set into a hard lacquer or enamel-like finish. An example is nail polish. Certain "casting resins" and synthetic resins (such as epoxy resin) have also been given the name "resin."

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#21 (permalink)      2/7/2019 10:12:45 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Shove it p. C b.s ... f.w! We all know the terms f.t use store the rest for your stage show arse clown!