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A few observations regarding the Atmizoo Vape Shell.

Discussion in 'Billet Box' started by Rob, Feb 16, 2018.

  1. Tony Z

    Tony Z Postman

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    A little tip for building the Vapeshell. I first built it out with my usual "I'm to busy to do something fancy" build which is a 26g Kanthal 7 wrap that usually ends up from .8 - .9 ohm with the smallest airflow plug. My first impression was not good because the flavor just wasn't there. I use the same build on my Insider and the flavor is outstanding. Although I believe the Insider is almost the Pinnacle of flavor I was hoping the Vapeshell would be at least the same. So I took the Vapeshell apart and examined the build and I noticed my coil was sitting very low on the deck because I didn't realize how much space was available. So I just pulled my build up so the BOTTOM of the coil was about the level of the screws maybe a mm higher. I put the top of the shell on and fired it to make sure it wasn't touching, all was good so I put it all back together. That first hit made me smile!! The flavor is very on par with the Insider. Moral of the story- Better flavor, higher coil.
     
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  2. decoy

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    have been using the clone in mtl mode and this did make a diff
    have received a second tank today so can play around with sub ohm and dtl
    running a ss coil at 0.4 ohm touching coil raised on 50/50 juice in tc with no air flow restriction and although its still a little bit of a tight draw for dtl it is rather nice
    anybody got any tips for the wicking as i seem to be doing a lot of faffing about with hit and miss results
     

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