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ListlessSpectre
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Overall   (2.7)
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PROS
Looks good.
CONS
Positive broke off instantly while merely cleaning it NONE of the rods fit properly for coiling The included screws are all different types and finished...none of which fit properly
It's on it's way back to Florida for as return as we speak.
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Overall   (3.5)
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High quality build Chucks some mean fluff Looks awesome Was pretty easy for me to get used to...after about 6 hours of getting acquainted to it Dual coil High adjustability
CONS
Juice control being open will either flood the deck or leak from the atty if left open The ridiculous amount of time it takes to build. Needs just a tad more air...even with the air adjustment screw in the + post removed.
So here it is...the KFV4 and I assure you, if you're the fiddly type who loves to tinker and has time to spare, this is your baby. 41 parts in total, a huge range of adjustability (which may or may not be a good thing) and enough machine oil to fully lube a Sherman tank. My biggest pet peeve about this puppy is the juice control and sacrificing liquid to it is something I had never intended, but last night I blew through 15ml to this very numbskull concept just to watch a good majority leak out of the airholes. If you're not vaping on it, shut it down and open it back up when you need it, otherwise, if your lacking a little in the wicking, it'll drain fast and hopefully it's not into someone's high priced VV/VW device. I have a feeling that until it gets and upgrade, authentic owners are probably going to end up sending it back for the huge chunk they paid for it ($180 off of Vaperev.com) . This atty is not for the faint of heart. On the benefits, there is much more airflow than previous releases and this can also be heightened by removing a grub screw located in the base of the positive post under the deck. Juice flow can also be controlled by twisting the base left to right and to a degree, the copper 510 can be adjusted according to contact depth...but don't force it. Remember, it's copper. With the new dual coil deck, flavor is much better but nowhere near Orchid V2-V4 or Fogger V4-V5 in comparison, respectively. Also, depending on your build, you can get some really impressive clouds from it, but it will burn through juice like gasoline in a wildfire. I have mine cranked up to a mere 30 watts and filled it 2 hours ago...I'm already down to less than half a tank. My overall opinion is this...it's a great atty and it looks sexy as hell, but I'm crossing my fingers in hope for some upgrades, otherwise it may very well end up sitting on a mod that I don't use to collect dust. I am all for innovation and advancement and I applaud SvoeMesto for it's engineering capability, but for an average person who's on the run a lot or doesn't possess the patience to rebuild it, you're going to regret dumping $180 on an authentic, which from what I understand from most owners, already do. Hope this helped. Take it deep! \m/
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Overall   (3.7)
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Immense power!! Very sturdy construction Looks good Plenty of UI to keep anyone busy Those 3 batteries last a looong time
CONS
510 is crooked, which makes your atomizer sit a little cockeyed and no way to fix it (really aggravates my OCD) 510 is also a little shallow
I'm really impressed with this device and it does everything on spec flawlessly. It's a big, beefy powerhouse with endless possibilities and it will fire down to .4 with no issues. That cockeyed atty bit really pisses me off though and of all the QC items that had to be checked on this device, this was as obvious as the nose on your face. I knocked some stars off just based on that.
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Overall   (5.0)
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Great tool for keeping all of your mods together Very sturdy construction Doesn't take up any more space than necessary (streamlined) Packaging did a great job at taking measures to prevent damage in route
CONS
None..0...zip.
Just got my 16th mech mod in today and I'll be the first to admit, that this piece was a sight for sore eyes. It's very sturdy, can hold mods up to 24mm in diamter and maybe more. I can put the base of my SVD in it and I still have about another 2mm to go. I'm pleased.
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Finish is immaculate Very easy build Just the right amount of air TINY!! Ceramic wicks fit perfectly Perfect switch Flavor is surprisingly good!
CONS
ONLY a flat top 18350 can be used Wire captures for positive pin are too big (but I have a fix for that...will explain below)
This mod has to be the epitome of sneak-a-toke...it is TINY!! It's now officially my ninja mod! I will start my review by stressing the fact that because of the wire capture issue on the + (above the ceramic wick), you're going to need some patience to build it. As follows: Use a thicker gauge wire! I started out with 32 gauge and tried a few tricks and I just couldn't get it to stay put and fire. So I tried 28 gauge for 6 wraps and it worked perfectly due to the extra thickness of the wire taking up the excess space of the capture spring. Pro tip: Capture the negative first and then wrap it around the wick until you get to the the +!! After that, pinch the wire at the tip of the post pin and run the capture spring down the wire to the top of the post. From there, let it rest on top of the ceramic wick and bend the wire completely over the outside of the capture spring. Snip it off and leave just enough wire to lap over the spring and squeeze it tight against the side of the spring with some tweezers. You're done. If you have an issue with it not firing, just twist the capture spring a little and you should be good to go after that.
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