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DBOXtech rda cutie - any one used one?
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DBOXtech rda cutie - any one used one?
Just wondered if any one has bought and used one of these from alba vapours? And are they any good?
18/09/13 07:13 PM
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RE: DBOXtech rda cutie - any one used one?
Looks like an octopus. Not a bad dripper but for the love of god take out the wicks and coil that come with it and do your own Smiling

18/09/13 07:43 PM
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RE: DBOXtech rda cutie - any one used one?
looks identical to the mini octopus. Not a bad dripper but I'd recommend a dripper with a lip (or well) over one like this.

18/09/13 07:56 PM
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RE: DBOXtech rda cutie - any one used one?
Ok thanks guys :-) what dripper would you recommend for a first timer?
18/09/13 08:16 PM
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RE: DBOXtech rda cutie - any one used one?
I think the octopus would be a great dripper to start with tbh. It can be found really cheap, and is dead easy to coil. I like the a7 dripper but it's harder to coil than the octopus - there's less room for manoeuvre and the posts often need tweaking. So for a person new to this, then octopus is a good choice I reckon.

18/09/13 08:41 PM
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