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€75 to spend what would you buy?

  • 25-05-2012 8:45pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 249 ✭✭ Tom123


    Haven't bought anything new in quite a while and have no idea what to purchase now.

    Since I got my LT I have been pretty much constantly vaping it with Boge 3ohms and menthol eliquid.

    Still love it and think it is perfect but was thinking of adding something different.

    Any suggestions on what would be a good purchase(s)?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 984 newmark


    Tom123 wrote: »
    Haven't bought anything new in quite a while and have no idea what to purchase now.

    Since I got my LT I have been pretty much constantly vaping it with Boge 3ohms and menthol eliquid.

    Still love it and think it is perfect but was thinking of adding something different.

    Any suggestions on what would be a good purchase(s)?

    Maybe a submarine tank or mini sub tank from momandpopvapors and a carto punch. They work great with the boges. I can't put a link to site as am on phone atm . You could always buy a backup lavatube as well if you don't already have a backup device, there's a couple of cheap ones on for sale thread. You could also buy a nice rta or rda if you were thinking of goin that route.


  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 23,604 ✭✭✭✭ Sir Digby Chicken Caesar


    clockwords RDA (repairable dripping atomiser)

    simple to use, holds about 20 drops of liquid. vapes incredibly.
    costs about 45 for the RDA from clockworks over on ukvapers.com
    then another 15 quid or so for enough wick/wire to last you a good long while


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 3,305 ✭✭✭ Green Hornet


    I'll second the RDA. I got mine today and had it set up in a few minutes. Best investment I've made in vaping.


  • Registered Users Posts: 249 ✭✭ Tom123


    Thanks for the advise might go for one of those RDAs


  • Moderators, Music Moderators Posts: 3,581 Mod ✭✭✭✭ eeloe


    If dripping ain't your thing, get one of clockworks RTA, it's a repairable tank atty.

    Much the same as the RDA, but you can use a mesh wick for a capillary feeding action, and a much higher capacity!


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,083 ✭✭✭ derra


    eeloe wrote: »
    If dripping ain't your thing, get one of clockworks RTA, it's a repairable tank atty.

    Much the same as the RDA, but you can use a mesh wick for a capillary feeding action, and a much higher capacity!

    The RTA might be too advanced with mesh setup as a first repairable, it's risky to recommend something that ya have'nt tried yourself.

    The RDA be probably ideal as there are a few users on here that have it and there be plenty of help in setting it up. It's a lot easier to repair, getting the performance ya want is trial and error.

    The Bulli a2 is very easy to set up as well, works best in dripping mode giving loads of vapour, throathit and very decent flavour compared to cartomisers.
    For the atomiser, drip tip adapter, wick and wire it would probably cost in the region of €90, about €20 more than the RDA in total.


    Choose Stainless steel
    http://bulli-smoker.de/index.php?a=67

    Choose SS again
    http://www.vapor-age.com/701-mouth-piece-to-510901-drip-tip-adapter-_p_51.html

    Wire
    http://cgi.ebay.ie/10-Mtrs-Nichrome-80-20-Resistance-Wire-0-20mm-0-0079in-/180606903099?pt=UK_BOI_Electrical_Components_Supplies_ET&hash=item2a0d02a33b#ht_500wt_1156

    Wick from Andrei
    10 metres


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