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    Genesis Atomizers?

    I've been looking at the Kraken for a while now. I was always hesitant to throw it in a cart before check out. I wouldn't mind getting something as such. Any testimonials? or suggestions for other Genesis style atomizers?

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    @Im a Monster I have both a genuine SS and a Brass Kraken, they are both excellent, the build quality is superb and the vape from them is great too, no they aren't cheap but you get what you pay for. I use 400 hpi stainless mesh and get a really good vape from them even if I only use a single micro coil lots of the time. The only knock I have against them is the el cheapo box they come in for the price but you don't vape the box so... Keep the glass and o rings well lubricated when you put the glass tube on as the glass tube is a little fragile and a very tight fit, I've cracked one and had to replace it.

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    I have 3 krakens 1 ss, 1 brass and 1 copper. The first one I got was the ss and I fell in love with it. I keep wanting to try something else but I end up buying a kraken. I guess i just stick with what works for me.

    The copper one did come with a bad o-ring but that was easily fixed (credit for fixing it goes to @randomname)

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    Know the learning curve is steep. I would say 20 builds plus before you start getting a handle on all the places a genny can go wrong and give you no love. That is of course if you are building them as God intended on mesh. Anyone building on cotton may as well just buy an RTA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrTGun View Post
    Know the learning curve is steep. I would say 20 builds plus before you start getting a handle on all the places a genny can go wrong and give you no love. That is of course if you are building them as God intended on mesh. Anyone building on cotton may as well just buy an RTA.

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    Yup took me about 2 months before I had something I really liked built on it. I think I swore more in that time then I have in my hole life.

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    RTA.......rebuildable training atomizer?

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    ^Glad to see yer wit is still sharp as ever my friend

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    Have to agree with the others, Krakens aren't easy to build but once you get the hang of it they're great. I tried the stainless braided wire that comes with them, never did get that to work right, but the SS mesh is easy once you get good at it and the flavour you get is worth the effort.

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    I have never tried the Kraken.. I have been stuck on the Line SS V2 since I got a few a year and half back.. I just liked the vape... easy to setup with my wrap tool a nightmare without it..

    I just got a Line LE the latest version which is amazing.. insulated wick hole.. screw terminals.. user replaceable tank all in 14mm size.
    This is so easy to setup it even amazed me.. I like it better than the original.. and the price 69euros shipped is pretty reasonable for an original...

    I really like the vape from the small chamber.. have never found anything better yet..

 

 

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