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ERA - Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
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Video ERA - Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer
Paid for by myself through a uk vapers group buy




Just because your breathing doesnt mean your alive.

Right turn Clyde
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04/08/12 07:07 PM
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It would start to annoy me after a while the gap if im honest mate! It would be great if that were not there as it does look like a great little bit of kit!

If i like it then i'll say soShy
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04/08/12 07:29 PM
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put a thin washer over the thread to fill the gap....should be stable again then.

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04/08/12 07:45 PM
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FFS, will you go and finish painting what ever it is your supposed to be painting LOL

Good honest review as always dude, kinda pricey for what you got but sure once you get the threads sorted all will be well Smiling
04/08/12 07:54 PM
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Nice review Glenn.
I got the VH Dripper this morning though and it is an exceptional bargain.

04/08/12 10:13 PM
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Cheers folks, i must say though i am really enjoying using this atomizer, it's stainless steel and solid, the connector is my only gripe with this and it should last forever and a day, i cant remember how much the unit was without shipping but in total with taxes shipping etc it was around £50.
Easy to wick, cracking flavour.

Just because your breathing doesnt mean your alive.

Right turn Clyde
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05/08/12 06:36 AM
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(04/08/12 07:54 PM)todd Wrote:  FFS, will you go and finish painting what ever it is your supposed to be painting LOL

Good honest review as always dude, kinda pricey for what you got but sure once you get the threads sorted all will be well Smiling

Thanks mate, and the whole house is getting a once over with the paint brush, not by me though, i'd rather cut the grass with a pair of scissors Big Grin

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05/08/12 06:37 AM
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Sir Romastino, It's nice to know that you are enjoying the Era atomizer! Big Grin Happy Vaping!
09/08/12 06:23 PM
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Excellent review R , pity about the connector , that would set the OCD off big time . Good looking wee atty though Thumbs Down

10/08/12 05:33 PM
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I got one and the centre pin was pissed as a rat. I knocked it through and found that the grub screw goes into a tube and the centre post is another screw which fits inside the opposite end. Mine looks bonded in with thread lock to stop it coming loose which could cause the voltage drop. I skimmed the screw head down on mine so it sits better.
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