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Kanger EVOD eGo Clearomizer


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#31 MelodyKing

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Posted 05 May 2013 - 01:22 PM

Wow, sounds pretty good actually when you think about it. Thanks for sharing, i have been researching a bit about it and its awesome in my opinion.



#32 wallman

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 09:31 AM

I have three and love them have used 60/40 and 50/50 with no problems like the others. I like the smaller size the larger clearomizers seem to have issues with pressure and the juice getting funky when getting near the bottom due to being heated so many times before running out of juice. I buy them through  www.apolloecigs.com  because they wont sell you the cheap Chinese knock offs. and have a great service. Anyhow IM very picky about my clearomizers if they don't work well I improve them myself these are the only ones I have bought that I don't have to change or improve on. I figure if I use a thicker juice I might have to remove some wicking and it also depends on the weather hotter the weather the more wicking needed. Hot weather tends to thin the juice sort of like oil in a engine.



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Posted 27 June 2013 - 06:28 AM

expect the liquid refill difficult. and risk to leaking ,it's nice product.

compare with the mesh T8 clearomizer. T8 is more huge vapour but this one in LR functions also well.



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Posted 29 June 2013 - 11:18 PM

Would like to know if this clearomizer VS EVOD who will be popular.

 Say 2.4ml holds enough liquid

 great vapor/ keep original flavor

That is my perfect clearomizer



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Posted 19 July 2013 - 09:47 PM

Full Review:

Thank you for all your reviews, they helped with all the other reviews I've read. I've used a few other tanks/clearos and they all where all leaky and the annoying pooling on the battery. But the Evod really holds up. It hasn't pooled or leaked. The main problem with clearos/tanks is that condensation build up will all leak on the battery post, I don't think there's way to resolve that (maybe a mesh screen in there could reduce this). I bought a second one to switch out flavors, getting tired of vaping one flavor. I want to buy a third one but that's over doing it...lol. I'm not concerned about being able to use my own drip tip so much, but I go through a lot of napkins cleaning the condensation out of drip tip. Maybe I'll try a q-tip. A person drip tip is something I don't need with this one, it's better than the other 3. Some people say it leaks if it get below 1/3, is measurement on the window or from the clear on window at the top to the very bottom? I don't if I'm vaping too much or it really does suck juice. It gives off a lot of vapor, my juice has a little pg in the flavoring so I still think that this gives the throat hit. It's not a warm vapor and it's kind of airy but plug one hole a it's okay. I'm using it on a ego-c twist at 3.8v - 4.0v and it's perfect. This is the only one I will use, I wonder if it could hold up to cola flavors. Too bad that it's plastic and not glass, but that would be a weight issue on an ego, heavy enough as it is now. That's my full review.

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Posted 20 July 2013 - 04:03 PM

I got three of them and i love them. They are so easy, quite sturdy and dam near foolproof. They are great for me to take to work and not worry about a cartotank coming off and juicing me! Like others said, super easy to fill, changing heads is a breeze. I haven't done it yet no need, but i have taken them apart abunch. I actually removed one of the flavor wicks to make my juice wick better since i run 50/50 or higher VG juice.

 

The only bad thing i have to say about them is the airy draw. I find myself plugging one of the holes with my finger while taking a vape. Searching for a way to plug one of the three air holes. Probably end up breaking a toothpick off in it.

I plugged mine with play-dough.



#37 IMEDICx90

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Posted 21 July 2013 - 10:53 AM

I plugged mine with play-dough.

we can tell who has little kids running around here still.... especially when it comes to the "at home gotta use what i have" kinda fixes. :) dont worry.. my wife did the same thing. :) lol!



#38 Love2VapeDaily

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 05:53 AM

Are the air holes just like on the protank? If so I would use 1 of my daughters hair rubber band thingies and just cut it to length.

#39 bcartervol98

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 07:09 AM

It shows how different strokes for different folks apply here. One of the things I like the most about Kanger products is the mixture of air and vape in the draw. Vision products are too tight for my taste.



#40 toddbrennan

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Posted 02 August 2013 - 08:00 AM

I dont understand all the 510 , Ego adaptor stuff . I have an ego mini battery and the Evod fits perfectly