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jcem2989
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Overall   (3.5)
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Throat hit
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Not actual passion fruit
This is actually not passion fruit..i think what they meant was the "passion" for fruits and not THE actual fruit called passion fruit...Its actually a mix of all fruits in one bottle..thats why they call it passion fruit..actually they should name it.."Mixed Fruit"..not really for me and will change to other flavours next time...maybe will try mango...but this is not what it is. thanks
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jcem2989
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Overall   (4.0)
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Built and quality is not bad
not bad for this price...cant complain
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jcem2989
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Overall   (4.5)
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cheap
CONS
priming takes longer
superb...just prime a little longer
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jcem2989
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Overall   (4.2)
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Cheap 0.6 ohms reading
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Contacts not built well enough
These products are great and cheap, a bit tight on the air flow but will get used to initially. Its just around 10% tighter only not that much, so its still ok with me. The problem is you cannot vape it and gets lot of vapour even after soaking for 10 minutes. For me, I drop in 4-5 drops of liquid into the atomizer and leave it overnight, then I will install it and vape. It will be like the original with lots of vapor and flava. The second problem is the contacts at the bottom is not making a proper contact because it is a litle bit short. This will make my ohms reading not constant, sometimes reading at 0.6, 1.4 and even error reading no atomizer. Some here suggested to pull out just a little bit of the bottom contact but for me the error still comes back after using it awhile. I guess the contact went back in again making it shorter and cant be read. So what I do is, I take off the bottom rubber of an old atomizer (its good to keep em to get spare parts when needed), cut off the excess that is going into the tube leaving the round thing only like a small rubber band. Then i sand it off to make the thickness of the rubber band into half its original thickness. Then on the new atomizer take off the bottom contact but not the rubber, insert the rubber into the contact and reinsert the contact into the atomizer..this will make a buffer in between and making the contact at the bottom longer by at least 0.5 - 0.8mm longer permanently without any shifting when using or walking around. Hope this idea helps to those that gets "NO Atomizer" readings or when the reading is not constant. Mine is at 0.6 ohms after doing this and is very constant without jumps. Cheers
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jcem2989
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Overall   (5.0)
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smooth transparent
CONS
non of that I can think of
I use this on the threads of the 510 connection and has made them last very very long compared to not applying them at at all. I also use very small amount on the bvc threads that goes into the base and the top connection. This makes the seal better and eliquid will not leak into the base and the top cap which will make gurgling less and a better vape but the only thing is not to apply too much or the grease would get mixed up into the liquid which you would be vaping and will be bad for own health. I also use them on the threads of my other mods...a little will do...
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