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hazozita
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Overall   (5.0)
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Looks great Well-machined Large bore
CONS
None
Amazing quality given the price. Very well machined and polished. Large bore for easy dripping. Very impressed!
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Pre-Coiled Welded Wires - NR-R-NR (50-Pack)
Pre-Coiled Welded Wires - NR-R-NR (50-Pack)

hazozita
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Overall   (5.0)
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Nicely made Accurate as to resistance
CONS
Packed in a flimsy plastic bag
These are perfect for Protank head rebuilds. Very well made -- so far not one has been DOA (and I've used quite a few). The non-resistance legs solve the problem of burning the insulator on the Protank. Toss in some cotton or rayon wick, and it will outperform a stock Protank head by a mile.
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hazozita
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Overall   (5.0)
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Good threading Cheap!
CONS
None
Great to have for a Kayfun. Good threading and looks nice as well. Works fine with a Kayfun lite plus v2. For the price, can't be beat.
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hazozita
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Overall   (5.0)
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Work well, nice threading
CONS
None
Great way to dress up a Kayfun. Works fine - zero problems with fit and finish. Great value.
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hazozita
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Overall   (4.2)
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Overall looks Machining/threading spring loaded 510 Simple and effective locking mechanism
CONS
Button is on the stiff side
Overall, I'm impressed with this. The threading for all the sections is excellent -- far better than I expected. The engravings are not as nice as the original but again, better than expected. Love the spring loaded 510 -- everything fits flush, and zero problems going from button to flat top batteries. The only issue I've had is that the fire button is on the stiff side. That's good for stability -- it will not fire under its own weight even with the heaviest topper (a Squape) and the lock ring open. But the downside is that you need to give it a firm press to fire, and it has a fairly long throw. I can't see how the button comes apart as of yet to try and tinker with it. Although you'll only need to use the locking ring when transporting this, the lock is really well done. Simple -- a quarter turn locks it; quarter turn unlocks it. For the price it's a decent device. If you like how it looks it's worth getting -- good value for the price.
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