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Cotton Bacon Vs. Native Wicks

Discussion in 'Cloud Chasing & Sub Ohming' started by richierich, Apr 7, 2016.

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Which do you prefer?

  1. Cotton Bacon

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  2. Native Wicks

    15.8%
  3. Other

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  1. richierich

    richierich Achiever

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    Which would be your choice for wicking?

    I've got a choice of either of these at my local B&M, and i'm running low on the stuff supplied with the Crius i bought last week.

    Both seem to have their good points, but i'm interested in hearing from those of you that have tried both and your preferred choice :)

    Thanks
     
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  3. Purplefowler

    Purplefowler Administrator Staff Member

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    I've used both, I much prefer native for flavour, wicking power and easy of use. But for some reason I always go back to my muji. I don't think you'll be disappointed with either choice though, they are both superb wicks (my other half prefers bacon to native)
     
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  4. itsher

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    Fuzion cotton is better for heat resistance and flavour, I build quite low and seemed to constantly burn through cotton bacon!
     
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  6. Sue_H

    Sue_H Postman

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    I've never tried native wicks before.

    I use cotton bacon and I really like it.
    I've used muji, gangwon and koh gen do cotton and they are really good wicking material.
     
  7. Jugg1es

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    I prefer native, it loses that cottony taste a lot quicker and wicks like crazy
     
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  8. richierich

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    I went for a tub of Native Wicks, so far has been cracking! It's a little awkward to work with when setting up RTA decks with juice channels, but wicks like a champ. I need another tub shortly :)

    I also received a pack of KoGenDoh with my Griffin, will give that a try at some point, might be handy for trying the scottish roll method
     
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    Native blend no 2.
     
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    Kendo gold edition is the best I've used for the price. The best cotton would have to be VCC but that's damn expensive for what you get
     
  11. vapingpunkpete

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    I always find myself going back to muji as well. Bacon seems to burn quite easily, and Native seems to blanket the taste of the juice
     

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