So let’s talk about it. What do people like? Dislike?
It’s really a clever design with the nonconductive build deck. I loved my genesis atomizers, and I always enjoyed mesh, and the build deck is a huge help for that. I personally still don’t own one, but it’s my mission to pick one up, and soon. The airflow control just looks incredible on this thing. Big huge 3.1mm draw and everything below that. Let’s have a look at the specs from Stattqualm shall we?
Rebuildable Tank Atomizer
Diameter: 22 mm
Height (without Squip Tip) : 59mm
Weight (without Squip Tip): 79 g
Connector thread: 510
Airflowcontrol-Ring: SS – changeable (optional in brass and different colors)
Adjustable centerpin stainless steel
Volume: ~5 ml
Material Tank: Stainless steel
Material Base: Stainless steel
Decks: Aluminium, ematal coated – non-conductive – convertible
Chimney: Aluminium, ematal coated – non conductive
Windows: Borosilicate glass, matt – cut – changeable
Special SQuip Tip, spare screws, o-rings and hexagon wrench (to remove the chimney) are included
Glass tank? Check.
Adjustable 510? Check.
She’s got almost everything. All the videos on youtube including those done by Pbusardo, Todd and RipTrippers indicate that this thing practically builds itself. Very, very simply. Wicking doesn’t look like a big chore either. The apparent key is: No wick tails.
Lets take a look at some cons real quick.
It’s a heavy sucker. This thing has to weight something like half the weight, or more of a Provari. Height is certainly a con too. While it does have a nano tank available, the nano tank is a solid steel tank with no windows. It’s also very expensive. Expect to pay about 180 bucks for one of these bad boys, and that’s if you can get your hands on one. The clones have had somewhat less than stellar feedback from what I understand, namely being that the clones non-conductive coating doesn’t stay on very well or very long.
So lets talk about it! Lets hear from some of the lucky owners and have them share their experience and DEFINITELY picture heavy. It’s a beaut, and I personally can’t wait to get ahold of one…