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#1 (permalink)      11/14/2021 6:35:10 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Looking for flavor-centric RTAs
I'm looking for suggestions for easy to find and procure RTA's that are best for flavor chasing. No gum-buster airflows please, I have sensitive gums, 2mm dual air flow holes is a minimum. At least 3ml in liquid capacity, isn't wider that 24mm dia, should have an easy fill top cap(slide or screw out to fill), having those stupidly useless grill/cutout designs in the top cap(like that one that looks like the Rook chess piece *barfs*). Doesn't necessarily need to be a mesh tank as I only vape between 40 to 100 watts depending on my build.
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The best flavor will always be found in single air inlet atties, from my experience...less air, less turbulence, more direct flavor. (Dvarw , J3S, Doggy)

Good dual air inlets for "flavor chasing" are Avatar, Skyline, Tripod, which are just a tick less in flavor reproduction, but excellent all the same.

The GOBBY, which I'm testing now, seems great, and fits more of your criteria - check it out, the SXK is perfect, but there are other versions at different price levels.
What does he mean when he says words?
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No Pommie or Aussie vaper would ever buy an atty named Gobby.
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Whew! Thank goodness I'm American, 'cause i'm really digging it's ease of use so far...much more friendly than Hussar's usual overdone designs.

Don't really even know how the word is pronounced, much less it's meaning to those people, but "Bogan" isn't normally flattering either, but that dude gets by okay (I guess)

To me, it's a Hussar rta - the best one I've tried since their original "Hussar RTA". A step in the right direction, IMO.
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carrion4worm wrote:

Whew! Thank goodness I'm American, 'cause i'm really digging it's ease of use so far...much more friendly than Hussar's usual overdone designs.

Don't really even know how the word is pronounced, much less it's meaning to those people, but "Bogan" isn't normally flattering either, but that dude gets by okay (I guess)

To me, it's a Hussar rta - the best one I've tried since their original "Hussar RTA". A step in the right direction, IMO.

It's ok, just don't tell any Aussies or Poms what you're vaping on if you come across any.

In the UK it refers to a person who tends to talk too loudly and in a blunt or opinionated way. In Australia it's also slang for blowjob.

Hussar should rename it, just like Lost Vape renamed the Scutum.

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carrion4worm wrote:

The best flavor will always be found in single air inlet atties, from my experience...less air, less turbulence, more direct flavor. (Dvarw , J3S, Doggy)

Good dual air inlets for "flavor chasing" are Avatar, Skyline, Tripod, which are just a tick less in flavor reproduction, but excellent all the same.

The GOBBY, which I'm testing now, seems great, and fits more of your criteria - check it out, the SXK is perfect, but there are other versions at different price levels.


I'm trading the extra "Nirvana" of flavors in lieu of wider and more open airflow as I can't really vape on anything that has less than 2mm dual airflow holes due to my gums being sensitive AF even though I don't have gingivitis or periodontitis.

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Well, I don't vape tight airflow either, so that shouldn't be an issue with any of the above rtas....the tightest of the dual airhole atties I mentioned would be the Avatar, which is still probably 1.5-2.mm each side. roughly.

Tripod, Skyline R are both great, but aren't the most user friendly when filling. Good luck in your search!
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dub09 wrote:

The GOBBY, which I'm testing now, seems great, and fits more of your criteria - check it out, the SXK is perfect, but there are other versions at different price levels.
I'm trading the extra "Nirvana" of flavors in lieu of wider and more open airflow as I can't really vape on anything that has less than 2mm dual airflow holes due to my gums being sensitive AF even though I don't have gingivitis or periodontitis.

I agree with carrion4worm, the Skyline is a great single coil rta, dual airflow holes with airflow insert options SKU 9739205

https://www.fasttech.com/forums/9739205/t/3132646/my-review/1

Replacement glass tank SKU 9738028 You will need to buy some as they are thinner than normal and easy to break.

Another rta that would meet your needs is the Taifun GT4S rta SKU 9723404

Replacement glass tank SKU 9724349

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Is the borked Pyramid on the top cap on the Skyline removable anD usable as-is without it?

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#10 (permalink)      11/15/2021 9:01:28 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Is the borked Pyramid on the top cap on the Skyline removable anD usable as-is without it?

It's the juice flow control s unfortunately no and that's one of my cons. Despite that I've been using the Skyline R every day for over six months.

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djvillan wrote:

carrion4worm wrote:
Whew! Thank goodness I'm American, 'cause i'm really digging it's ease of use so far...much more friendly than Hussar's usual overdone designs.

Don't really even know how the word is pronounced, much less it's meaning to those people, but "Bogan" isn't normally flattering either, but that dude gets by okay (I guess)

To me, it's a Hussar rta - the best one I've tried since their original "Hussar RTA". A step in the right direction, IMO.It's ok, just don't tell any Aussies or Poms what you're vaping on if you come across any.

In the UK it refers to a person who tends to talk too loudly and in a blunt or opinionated way. In Australia it's also slang for blowjob.

Hussar should rename it, just like Lost Vape renamed the Scutum.



There was an atty called Scutum ? llooolllll