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#31 (permalink)      3/3/2021 2:33:50 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Destiny rta, I have it I don't like it very much. Flavor is pretty good, not amazing, and it is loud. If I remember right 2.5 is a better build size in it, and I like 3MM much better, I feel like it highlights the sweet a bit more. The juice channels on it are pretty good, build quality is pretty good. It got more hype than it deserved in my opinion.
#32 (permalink)      3/3/2021 4:35:17 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Got the Destiny as well.
Love the looks of it easy to build the flavor and it's inexpensive.

If you're looking for a single coil DL RTA I would go for it in my book still hard to beat.
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If the destiny had a bunch of tiny holes on the outside for airflow it would have been much better, the damn thing is loud AF...
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JayJayMcKlay wrote:

Carrion4wormsNever really dig the Juggernaut can't figure out why it just don't work out for me.Got the Arbitter in the orther Day not build it yet bur looking forward to it...


'Im more of a Fatality m25 guy myself, but OP wanted top Air...personally i'd pick the Diesel over the Juggerknot. I feel like the Juggerknot is better if you put smaller, cooler coils in it, to make up for the lack of airflow. It's a big tank that doesn't vape like it's a big tank, in my experience. Fatality M25 could look a bit prettier, I suppose, but it just works...My favorite RTA by QP so far.

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Had to agreed Fatality M25 is really not a looker.
But hey it's not really cool or smart to be a vaper anymore anyway.

Was in for a surprise my self it's a awesome tank and as you're saying some how everything kind of just come together and works in that tank.

Have never tried the Diesel had it in mind many times but never pulled the trigger.
Got the Arbiter by OXVA the other day but have to go for the sea the next 14 days so looking forward to trying that one out when coming home again have heard a lot of positive about it and kind of liking top airflow these days.

Have you tried that one out Arbiter RTA?
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I got the fatality in and I can't get the GD thing apart to get that stupid juice restriction out. Any tips or tricks, I have tried everything but an actual wrench. I put needle nose into the spots between the inlet holes and twisted, nothing. Is it reverse threaded? Is there some weird different style to it? I have never had one give me this much headache, (hand ache) HOLY SHIT IT's STUCK!!!
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Oh crap, my Fatality is on its way. Let us know how it ends up, how you get it apart, etc.
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the top is reverse, but nothing else. follow the directions on the lid.

EDIT: also, it is a Bayonet style cap. About 1/4 turn to the left (CW) will pop it right off. I think that will solve your problem.

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The top cap was fine to get off, I knew that was reverse threaded, np there. It was the two pieces that hold the glass together. Never had any issues on that before with anything, if they were super tight I just put needle nose pliers in the juice ports and twisted it right off. This one even with the needle nose I couldn't get it off.

I put it in the freezer, not sure if that helped. Finally got it apart with a micro fiber rag oddly enough the pieces finally broke free. Not sure what I did differently the last time with the rag, maybe I freed it enough prior. Maybe it was equal torque on the two sides, not really sure.
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EternalSpline wrote:

The top cap was fine to get off, I knew that was reverse threaded, np there. It was the two pieces that hold the glass together. Never had any issues on that before with anything, if they were super tight I just put needle nose pliers in the juice ports and twisted it right off. This one even with the needle nose I couldn't get it off.

I put it in the freezer, not sure if that helped. Finally got it apart with a micro fiber rag oddly enough the pieces finally broke free. Not sure what I did differently the last time with the rag, maybe I freed it enough prior. Maybe it was equal torque on the two sides, not really sure.



Have a black and a silver no problem at all.
Think the trick is (if there is one) to keep the topcap on hold topcap in left hand then turn the bottom piece off with right hand.
There is a little bit of grooves on the bottom part but nothing on top part and to make things worse it a little sharp as well but due to the reverse topcap you can use that in left hand and mine both of them come right of...

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Good advice thanks, it was a little late to help me, but I think it could help someone else.

I think mine was a bit extra stuck, these things happen. #4950 so one was bound to be a little more stuck.