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johnnyrelou
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Overall   (3.7)
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Great flavor Good vapor Tiny Cheap as chips
CONS
Wicking can be tricky at first Tight chamber, watch out for shorts Capacity Annoying grub screws
This atty can be a bit tricky to get right at first. There are two things you should watch out for: - Wicking: too much cotton and you'll get dry hits, too little and it will piss juice an in itll over the place. I personally avoid Fiber Freaks and use cotton as it seams to make a better seal - The chamber is very tight so make sure you cut your excess wire super flush or it will make contact and short. The grub screws are a PITA and trapping the wire can be a bit annoying. The first couple builds might be a bit tricky, but when you finally get it right, you'll be rewarded with a smooth, moist, dense flavorful vape. A must-have.
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johnnyrelou
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Overall   (4.0)
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Overall build quality Great build deck Flavor Overall ease of use
CONS
Too airy for MTL
This is a great quality RTA, the machining is perfect. It's much easier to build than previous Kayfuns and has a ton of nifty little features. However this is not a typical tight Kayfun vape. It's vapor is not as "dry" as a KFL and even the smallest airflow setting is too airy for proper MTL, in my opinion. Not a problem you'd say as Svoëmesto has a MTL reducer kit available, except it doesn't fit this clone because the airhole of the build deck is 2.7mm vs 3mm on the original. I finally managed to build a diy reducer from an old ego to 510 adapter. Overall it's a great RTA but there are probably better options if you want a tight mouth to lung vape out of the box.
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johnnyrelou
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Overall   (2.5)
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Looks good Plenty of uses
CONS
Soft external screw Internal screw a bit too short
These heat sinks are great for many things: - Protect a fragile 510 connection on a mod - Make atomizers with short 510 pins more hybrid friendly - Fit 23mm + atomizers on a Pico mod - and of course, dissipate heat. You could also use it just for the looks. A couple of things annoy me on this one though: - The screw making connection to the mod is made of peanut butter so go easy when adjusting it. - The screw making connection with the atomizer in the inside is a bit too short meaning you'll have to unscrew it to the point it becomes wobbly to make contact on some atomizers. Also, sometimes screwing the atomizer in would also rotate the inside screw meaning it wouldn't make proper contact anymore in the end. So, I like it but it can be a bit fiddly to work with. I might try another one.
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johnnyrelou
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Overall   (4.5)
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Great build quality 3 drip-tip options Good vapor Flavor is not too bad either Velocity deck = easy build Very durable paint
CONS
May leak if you over-drip Very tight topcap Lots of condensation escaping from the airflows
A pretty nice and easy to use cloud-chasing RDA with decent flavor
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johnnyrelou
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Overall   (4.0)
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Good looking Reliable Cheap
CONS
Switch a bit stiff to me
Nice plain simple mech mod, you press you vape, as easy as it gets. Hybrid connection allows very compact setups and optimal conductivity. It's a mech and only has two parts, so it's basically indestructible. I've been opening beers with this mod. Only con, and that's more of a personal preference, would be the switch I find a bit stiff, which can be kinda painful, as the engraving digs into your skin. I'll try to sand the engraving down and see if I can soften the switch. It gets better over time but definitely not as smooth as my LPGs. As usual with hybrid mechs, just make sure you use atties with fairly protruding 510 pins and know your battery safety.
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