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Stainless Steel 510 Drip Tip
Stainless Steel 510 Drip Tip

Maverickz
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  • JoinedJun 2013
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Overall   (5.0)
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PROS
Looks good, feels good while vaping, fits good.
CONS
None
Several months ago I ordered a bunch of different drip tips to see which one(s) I liked best. I know something like drip tips is very subjective but for me this was the one. I like this one so much I have ordered 10 more. The bore is neither a wide open for loose DL hits, nor so tight it is only usable for tight MTL hits, but somewhere comfortably in between. The taper feels good in the mouth when vaping. The length is long enough that it doesn't get too hot, but it isn't too long either and looks good on any stainless topper. I am using the one I already have on a Serpent SMM with the AFC about half closed and getting a perfect loose MTL vape.
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Hadaly Styled RDA Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
Hadaly Styled RDA Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer

Maverickz
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  • JoinedJun 2013
  • Posts 17
  • Reviews 2
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Overall   (1.0)
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PROS
Cheap It works after some modifications.
CONS
So cheap it shows. Poor build quality.
So mine came in with problems. The first most notable problem was the entire positive portion of the deck was loose allowing it to spin freely inside the deck area. The second problem that was the holes in the positive insulator did NOT line up with the holes in the positive metal part so airflow was blocked on that side. To fix the airflow issue I spend a good bit of time slowly scraping out the holes in the insulator until they allowed proper alignment. It seems like this insulator is made of plastic so not sure how it will hold up long term to the heat yet. Only time will tell. For the other problem, I thought a simple tightening of the center pin would fix it but sadly there was a problem with how the part the pin screwed into was bored. So it took massive amounts of force to get the pin to go deep enough to keep it from spinning freely. It is still a bit loose but it stay in place now at least. All of the force I had to apply cause some small burs on the pin itself so i then had to gently file those away to make the pin flat and smooth again. All in all it took me about 3 hours just to make this thing usable. I considered just returning it, but shipping would have cost me more than the product was worth. Bottom line, with some effort and modifications it can me made functional, but I suggest getting a different version of this clone.
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