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Rebuildable MTL tanks?
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
(07/12/16 02:32 PM)quincey43 Wrote:  How about the Ego One mega with the CLR heads just take out the cotton dry burn and rewick. I have lots of rebuildable atties but for weekends away I always take my Ego One's and then just need cotton to rewick.

EGO ones are getting hard to get hold of nowadays, but Trons are still available from China. Same coils, slightly better tank (got both types).
07/12/16 02:40 PM
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thanks for all the suggestions guys, appreciate them all!!

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07/12/16 03:39 PM
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(06/12/16 05:23 PM)Nayngnottz94 Wrote:  Mate I'm telling you now right, get the Taifun GT3 ........saves going fasttech or gearbest, or paying full retail price at Cremedevape
We don't do the Taifun...........

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(07/12/16 05:30 PM)Crème de Vape Wrote:  
(06/12/16 05:23 PM)Nayngnottz94 Wrote:  Mate I'm telling you now right, get the Taifun GT3 ........saves going fasttech or gearbest, or paying full retail price at Cremedevape
We don't do the Taifun...........

I got the Kayfun 5 from you guys on Saturday.
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
(07/12/16 05:30 PM)Crème de Vape Wrote:  
(06/12/16 05:23 PM)Nayngnottz94 Wrote:  Mate I'm telling you now right, get the Taifun GT3 ........saves going fasttech or gearbest, or paying full retail price at Cremedevape
We don't do the Taifun...........
Sorry but did where did i say you sold the Taifun?, just telling the lad if he wants a "Rebuildable Atomizer" he should look to buy abroad while he still can at good prices!
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
Corolla v 1.5, superb flavour, single coil tank. I'm really fussy about the whole MTL experience but this tank absolutely rocks.

Fodi f1.5 . looks similar to the Corolla as in its genesis style. Maybe worth a look, I've got one on order. Someone on here was singing its praises, so I snaffled one up for £13.00.

I think the flavour of the top coil tanks is better than the bottom coilers i.e Kayfun, Russian etc. Chimney sections just seem to mute the flavour IMO. With the Corolla its as near to dripping as anything could get .......whilst having a tank below.
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(10/12/16 09:27 AM)TheBloodyNine Wrote:  Corolla v 1.5, superb flavour, single coil tank. I'm really fussy about the whole MTL experience but this tank absolutely rocks.

Fodi f1.5 . looks similar to the Corolla as in its genesis style. Maybe worth a look, I've got one on order. Someone on here was singing its praises, so I snaffled one up for £13.00.

I think the flavour of the top coil tanks is better than the bottom coilers i.e Kayfun, Russian etc. Chimney sections just seem to mute the flavour IMO. With the Corolla its as near to dripping as anything could get .......whilst having a tank below.
I'm tempted by the corolla, it's just i thrown my geekvape avocado in the bin as i just cant do the poking the wick theough the holes bit, does my head in
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Yes, poking the wick through the holes is a bit of a ballache. You just need the right amount and it works perfectly. I'm always a bit gentle when I'm stuffing it in the hole ( I said that). Just so it doesn't mess up the cotton position in the coil.
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RE: Rebuildable MTL tanks?
Digiflavor Siren gets my vote. Available in 2 sizes 22mm (4ml of juice) and 25mm (5ml). Definitely on par with the Corolla. Simple to build and wick, no leaks and great flavour.
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+1 for the Digiflavor Siren I have the 22mm one and it's fab.
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