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#11 (permalink)      6/2/2019 5:41:14 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Do you use the top fill on that or do you find it more convenient to stick with filling from the bottom?
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LukeV wrote:

Do you use the top fill on that or do you find it more convenient to stick with filling from the bottom?


I actually prefer the top fill, it's just as easy as bottom filling. But, you can fill the tank all the way to the top. I like the fact too, that when Im ready to clean/rewick. I don't have to mess with that juicy chamber cap. Also, I can easily see my build without that cap in place... Or forget to replace it afterwards. Done that a few times, what a mess..;)

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Do you experience flooding when filling from the top?
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LukeV wrote:

Do you experience flooding when filling from the top?


None whatsoever... Twisting the drip tip rotates the outer chamber and completely closes off the juice flow holes. Works perfectly, just gotta make sure your wicks aren't poking through the inner chamber juice holes. Or that outer chamber will get caught on the wicks and won't close. Could pull the wicks out of position and cause a leak too.

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You’ve been a great help. Thanks TV!
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Random thought. Since I wouldn’t need to use the cap on the build section if I get the top fill assembly, then I could buy a spare deck and spare chimney and net 2 full tanks. Right?
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LukeV wrote:

Random thought. Since I wouldn’t need to use the cap on the build section if I get the top fill assembly, then I could buy a spare deck and spare chimney and net 2 full tanks. Right?


No Luke, really no way to beat the system..;(

For the V3 DL if you buy SKU 9654671 & SKU 9654673, even though running the top fill tank will net you a spare chamber cap and you buy a replacement deck SKU 9693529. The chamber itself, isn't available for purchase.

Similarly, with the V2 MTL, if you buy the deck, chamber and inserts separately (think the spare deck only comes with a 1.2mm insert installed) but don't quote me... Then you're better off just buying the cheapest clone SKU 9652193.

That's how I see it anyway, they'll get ya coming or going, no two ways around it... lol

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I see they've put some thought into this! Oh well, I was just trying to make use of all the spare parts that I'll have in the end.
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Read TruckinVapor's opinion. He is 100% right about the best choosing of Dvarw MTL. + buy 1-2 yellow PEI spare tanks if You use tank killer juices... the SKU 9652193 is the best deal

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I'm not aware of any diffuser type or "showerhead" airflow inserts available for the Dvarw. Strictly round, single hole AF inserts, between 0.8mm and 2.5mm in diameter for the MTL. Think the 16mm MTL has some double hole inserts, but that's about as fancy as it gets. ;)



This is what I was thinking of when I thought I remembered seeing inserts with a diffuser pattern for the Dvarw. It was actually the Four One Five RTA. SKU 9697917


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LukeV - It can be an interesting choice. The problem is that the photographer is not a vaper and the angle of the most important element (basic) is in the worst position.
- FT Please ask him to make another photo about the top of the basic element in good angle to see it...and teach him how to do it :-) ... ( it's not the first problem with the pictures of the basic elements! ) - Thanks. This is not a fashion show... Excuse me for this comment but I hope You know what I mean...

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