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#1 (permalink)      9/9/2016 10:13:41 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Do atty's sit flush on this?
I was wondering if your RTA's sit flush on this device since I saw a review of the cuboid where there was a gap between pretty much every RTA/RDA and the mod because of the little airflow things next to the 510 causing it to wiggle which is never good for your threading or your RTA.

Can anyone that owns this verify if things like kayfuns, roses etc. sit flush? Or is there a gap when fully screwed on.
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My monster kayfuns DO sit flush on it. However, to avoid all the banging about screwing and unscrewing, and any ejuice messes, I did put a heat sink on it. That sits flush, too.

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If it is the same floating design the VTC Mini has just about everything but attys with long 510 pins will sit flush. You'd have issues with like a Stumpy or Tugboat, but for the most part everything else would sit flush. The bottom of the atty will be fully supported by the body as well since the bottom air channel is actually a channel and not just a ridge that elevates it.
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Thanks guys, I got a couple of SKU 2404004 and SKU 3538505 heatsinks along with some HG2 SKU 2535100 batteries for my Pico's and this one then on the way so which ever arrives first, I'll be safe using them with or without the heatsinks without having to worry I'll wreck everything.
The only thing that goes on there are Rose V2's and a Kayfun 3/4/5 every now and then.
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TheMadVaperNL wrote:

The only thing that goes on there are Rose V2's and a Kayfun 3/4/5 every now and then.


Yeah, I don't think those are gonna cause any issues. My Joyetech type connectors only hate my attys made for hybrids like the Stumpy or Le Magister/Zephyr. Everything else including my Origenny fits fine on them. I'm pretty sure with the Kayfuns you can probably tighten the 510s to be almost flush with the threads if you need to.

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I figured as much, I forgot to mention a Rose v3 as well (since that's still shipping its way here lol) but I assume the same rule applies.

I have most genny's and drippers on mech mods still actually, idk, call me old fashion, and they need to be used for something else then decoration right? haha.
So I think I'll be good then.

Pico is great for on the road but I wanted something slightly more solid (slightly bigger/heavier) for at home and this seemed to just fit perfectly... could have gone for a Cuboid as well in hindsight but it's for home use anyway so 1 or 2 batteries doesn't really matter :).
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TheMadVaperNL wrote:

I have most genny's and drippers on mech mods still actually, idk, call me old fashion, and they need to be used for something else then decoration right? haha.


I own a few regulateds myself but all I actually use are mechs, so I don't think I'd personally call you old fashioned. lol

We might be referred to as "mechosaurs" here and there in the forums though... it's cute, really. ;)

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Everything but subtank mini and merlin sits flush on mine
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I prefer a floating pin version SKU 2640000 heat sink for at home as I never remove it unless I spill juice. The pin is too long so you'll need to make a spacer or buy SKU 5501000, it's also good to use without the heatsink for atomisers that have a long 510 pin.

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