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AGA T3
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RE: AGA T3
Only 1.5mL capacity that's less than some mini genesis atomisers but this is a full size 22mm atomiser why is the tank capacity so lo.
15/10/13 12:10 AM
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RE: AGA T3
The chamber looks miniscule, very interesting
15/10/13 12:14 AM
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RE: AGA T3
Midlands Vaping, Dudley, will have these in early next week will have a look and do a mini review,

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RE: AGA T3
(14/10/13 09:34 PM)DragonGTi Wrote:  Apparently designed to use a 3.5mm ceramic wick and should retail at around £35.

From my experience with ceramic wick, a major problem is that it wicks too slowly. Unless they have improved, I think it is only viable with twin wicks using a liquid which you would normally vape at low Watts.

In their favour the taste is stunningly clean.
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15/10/13 02:52 PM
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RE: AGA T3
I have to say I'm more interested in the AGA TD. Shame we don't get to see inside the top deck but looks like a beautiful bit of kit.

EDIT: Scrap that... have just seen Todd's preview. Not interested.
15/10/13 03:50 PM
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RE: AGA T3
Well, They had to do SOMETHING different, Otherwise there would be no reason for us T2 owners to upgrade. Big Grin

Not totally sure about it myself, I would assume that the positive post is that rod I can see that runs down the inside of the tank? Doesn't look very thick to me. Also looks like it could be a bit of a faf when you need to dismantle and clean it too.

I think I'll wait and see what Todd has to say about them. Big Grin

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RE: AGA T3
still looks like + terminal is around the center tube
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RE: AGA T3
(15/10/13 05:01 PM)lazydog Wrote:  still looks like + terminal is around the center tube
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Looks like the very center tube is isolated; in fact it's very difficult to work out what's going on with the current from the pics seen so far!
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RE: AGA T3
By the looks of that, The wick runs through the middle of the positive post, Interesting........

I'm wondering if using a stainless mesh wick in that would cause any more problems than having a stainless mesh wick in a device where the whole body's grounded?

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RE: AGA T3
(15/10/13 05:07 PM)Mr Reman Wrote:  By the looks of that, The wick runs through the middle of the positive post, Interesting........

I'm wondering if using a stainless mesh wick in that would cause any more problems than having a stainless mesh wick in a device where the whole body's grounded?

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So the neg post is the tall one to the left... and what looks like a neg post is probably the fill hole!?
15/10/13 05:12 PM
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