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This is the 3rd Ammit MTL I have received so will just reiterate my first thoughts of it from the 1st review:

I`ve been using a black one (I got elsewhere) for nearly two weeks now, and it`s been behaving very well indeed.

Note: The black finish makes the AFC ring a bit tighter and less prone to slip than on the plain SS - a little annoyance but all painted/non-painted atomisers do it.

I`m not a fan of this type of coil mounting arrangement but this is easy enough - just not quite as easy for me as a horizontal type such as the Siren. It just means an extra minute and a bit more peering to mount the coil, getting the legs into the small holes - not the end of the world by any means.
The airflow options are good, basically the same as a Siren etc and a good amount of options without needing to drill anything.
If you want an EXTREME tight airflow, this might not be so good but I use it on relaxed MTL mode (3 smallest holes) and it`s just fine. Even on the single smallest hole it feels like you`re sucking juice into the wick, so for most normal MTL users I think this will be well suited.

Easy to build, no complex parts, easy to clean and easy to fill. (7 to 8 twists of the screw cap compared to one half twist that a bayonet style needs - it`s a small compromise but at least the threading is around the central air column rather than the circumference of the cap)

### Note ! Due to the top airflow arrangement on this tank I have noticed that it does NOT suffer from condensation issues which result in eventual juice coming out of the airholes - this is a good thing !

I thought I was going to get along with the cthulhu MTL but it proved to be quite annoying in certain ways so I ditched it, life`s too short for all that.....
I have been using the Sirens since they first appeared, [that must be quite a while now] but have not even touched a Siren II whilst using this Ammit exclusively for nearly 2 weeks - I would have long since tossed it into the trash if there were any annoying features, large or small !, so this is fairly exciting to be still using the same thing beyond a week. I would recommend any MTL user to give this a try....I was, and still am, quite pleased with it and surprised at how well it works.

You will need to pay a little attention when wicking as I have had one build early on that caused a few dry-ish hits but if wicked correctly there is no such problem.
I did try another top airflow type tank some time ago (can`t recall the name of it, there`s been so many that have been thrown away) but I remember that one ran *very hot* and the airflow was coarse - this doesn`t have that problem - it was something I was concerned about before the ammit first arrived.

The Ammit MTL airflow can be a little noisy under certain settings but I don`t suck on it too hard and it`s quiet enough for me - it does have a little more coil crackle and airflow "echo" than the Siren II but it`s not a problem here. The smaller wick holes (than the Siren) allows me to not need to pack the coil with Rayon quite so much and also reduces oversaturation over time - nothing`s perfect but it`s noticeably better. The appearance is also acceptable, no fancy bits or silly overdesigned flourishes. Due to the Ammit airflow being far less susceptible to condensation and seepage I have also found I need to clean/rebuild less - less faff is always a good thing !
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IvanKir
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Отличный бак. очень доволен.Спасибо.
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Overall   (4.0)
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PROS
True mtl tank Build quality
CONS
small space for the coil a bit heavy for its size
This is the perfect mtl rta if that is your thing
Easy to build, no leaking
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Pomjafa
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Overall   (4.0)
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O.K MTL Can do restricted DL Good flavor
CONS
OIL Whistle's
Took three attempt's at cleaning, to get rid of the taste of machine oil.
Once cleaned and working this is a decent MTL tank. If using on a single air hole it get's an annoying whistle.
Nice flavor machine.
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hachatz
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Overall   (4.5)
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Verarbeitung tadelos viel Zubehör Geschmack super
CONS
Produktion vergisst wichtigen Oring Driptip zu kurz
Von Geekvape wurde ich ncoh nie enttäuscht und so habe ich zahlreiche Ammits in meiner Sammlung.
Diese macht da keine Ausnahme. Verabreitung, Zubehör und Funktionalität 1. Klasse !
Leider hat Geekvape bei mir den ORing an der TopCap vergessen und solange man den aus dem Ersatzteiltütchen nciht einbaut sifft er gnadenlos. Mit ORing ist Ruhe.
Das Driptip ist viel zu kurz und man bekommt egal bei welcher Einstellung Liquid+Kondenswasser in den Mund. Ich habe nun ein etwas längeres Driptip (auch von Fasttech) im Einsatz und nu nist er perfekt !
Wenn man die 2 Kleinigkeiten beachtet..klare Empfehlung
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Overall   (5.0)
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Does not suffer from condensation seepage like others that have airflow holes at the base.
CONS
No serious cons at this time.
I`ve been using a black one (I got elsewhere) for nearly two weeks now, and it`s been behaving very well indeed.

Note: The black finish makes the AFC ring a bit tighter and less prone to slip than on the plain SS - a little annoyance but all painted/non-painted atomisers do it.

I`m not a fan of this type of coil mounting arrangement but this is easy enough - just not quite as easy for me as a horizontal type such as the Siren.
It just means an extra minute and a bit more peering to mount the coil, getting the legs into the small holes - not the end of the world by any means.

The airflow options are good, basically the same as a Siren etc and a good amount of options without needing to drill anything.
if you want an EXTREME tight airflow, this might not be so good but I use it on relaxed MTL mode (3 smallest holes) and it`s just fine.
Even on the single smallest hole it feels like you`re sucking juice into the wick, so for most normal MTL users I think this will be well suited.

Easy to build, no complex parts, easy to clean and easy to fill.
(7 to 8 twists of the screw cap compared to one half twist that a bayonet style needs - it`s a small compromise but at least the threading is around the central air column rather than the circumference of the cap)

### Note !
Due to the top airflow arrangement on this tank I have noticed that it does NOT suffer from condensation issues which result in eventual juice coming out of the airholes - this is a good thing !


I thought I was going to get along with the cthulhu MTL but it proved to be quite annoying in certain ways so I ditched it, life`s too short for all that.....

I have been using the Sirens since they first appeared, [that must be quite a while now] but have not even touched a Siren II whilst using this Ammit exclusively for nearly 2 weeks - I would have long since tossed it into the trash if there were any annoying features, large or small !, so this is fairly exciting to be still using the same thing beyond a week.

I would recommend any MTL user to give this a try....I was, and still am, quite pleased with it and surprised at how well it works.

You will need to pay a little attention when wicking as I have had one build early on that caused a few dry-ish hits but if wicked correctly there is no such problem.

I did try another top airflow type tank some time ago (can`t recall the name of it, there`s been so many that have been thrown away) but I remember that one ran *very hot* and the airflow was coarse - this doesn`t have that problem - it was something I was concerned about before the ammit first arrived.

The Ammit MTL airflow can be a little noisy under certain settings but I don`t suck on it too hard and it`s quiet enough for me - it does have a little more coil crackle and airflow "echo" than the Siren II but it`s not a problem here.

The smaller wick holes (than the Siren) allows me to not need to pack the coil with Rayon quite so much and also reduces oversaturation over time - nothing`s perfect but it`s noticeably better.

The appearance is also acceptable, no fancy bits or silly overdesigned flourishes.

Due to the Ammit airflow being far less susceptible to condensation and seepage I have also found I need to clean/rebuild less - less faff is always a good thing !
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bamzilla
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Overall   (5.0)
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Easy build Solid machining
CONS
Nome
It easy to build, good flavor, and solid machining all in all a nice product
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Nick81
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Overall   (4.5)
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PROS
Flavour Build quality Looks
CONS
Little bit airy for a mtl
Great tank, flavour is good a bit airy for a mtl but overall its great!!
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AshF1
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Overall   (4.0)
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PROS
Good value Fitment Machining Feels substantial
CONS
Weight (not a massive con but as per pro, feels substantial) Is not MTL
Overall, pleased with the design and price.
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piskaru
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Overall   (4.2)
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build quality is fine
CONS
sometimes it leaks
Good product it's worth of it's money ... sometimes fluid leaks... view some build options to minimize leaking...
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