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Dan P (Splitlimits)
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My new favorite RDA, the Goon, until the next one that I get... Also picked up my first drip tip 😅😅

While you can't see it in the pic, I also picked up some custom made coils that an employee there makes. Since vaping my first mech mod for the past week with a dual parallel, I've been wanting a little more flavor like I get out of my claptons on my regulated mods, but the ramp up times have been bad with both stainless and kanthal fused claptons. The build I picked up today uses nichrome, ohms out to exactly .2 and the ramp up is perfect. 
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I love the button, the height, the fact that it's 24mm, the quality and the fact that I can run it with the 510 cap (as pictured) or as a hybrid with the Sub zero (there should be a picture in one if my recent posts).

I definitely think it's worth it, but this is my first mech so I don't have much to compare it to, so please take with a grain of salt. 
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So thinking about which box mod to pick up next and came across the Thereon which is a DNA 75 with 2 18650s running in parallel. Initially that made me think that my battery life would be double what I experience on my Vaporesso Tarot dual 18650 in series that I have.

However, I'm not sure if that's the case if I vape either of them at 65 watts with similar .3 ohm builds.

Any insight?
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Traveling soon (flying from Boston Logan to Orlando International) for the first time with vape gear. My current strategy is the following (I plan on having everything in my carry-on):

1. Packing only 30ml unicorn bottles in the standard size TSA clear plastic zip lock bag
2. 4 18650 box mods with the batteries removed
3. Batteries for said mods in battery cases
4. 4 tanks and 2 RDAs (drained and in zip lock bags)
5. Building supplies and tools in my checked luggage (like wire, tweezers, wire cutters, etc.)

I plan on carrying items 2-4 in a small case but do not plan on taking them out of my carry-on at TSA security, but I will take out the liquid and place it in the bin.

Any tips or other ideas and what I could be doing wrong from recent/experienced flyers? I'm a little nervous that they might want me to dump my gear. 
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I had zero problem getting through Boston Logan airport security with the above strategy. 
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I've only gone through one tank, but the Limitless RDTA is pretty bad ass. I think the flavor is slightly better than the Avocado 24, but negligible. Where the Limitless outshines the A24 is how easy it is to wick and fill and the amount of liquid it can hold. The A24 has a better drip tip in my opinion and the airflow fully open is perfect where the Limitless has way too much airflow for my taste (i have it cut to about 2/3) and the chuff cap is a about 1mm too short.

All in all, great time to be a vape and I'm super happy with these two tanks. 
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Hmm, kitty may have to go without dinner...
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I did it again, but I'm totally glad I picked up the Avocado 24. This thing is amazing. I'm still trying to figure out the perfect wicking method, but that's getting better. Amazing flavor and great clouds, perfect airflow. 
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Just got an email to this link from CASAA but don't see it on their site, so just including the direct link.
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Just picked up the new Herakles RTA and this thing is a beast. Couldn't wait to throw a build in it. I have a 3mm fused Clapton 6 wrap in here and I think I could've gone bigger. OB1 Canoli is pretty good too. 
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nice....
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My first mechanical mod, Sub Ohm Innovations Shorty. I must have rechecked the first build 100 times before firing it lol, such a noob. I'm really enjoying it though. I like that it has the option to be run as a hybrid with the Sub Zero RDA 24, but it's a bit of a pain to try different builds and wick them because you have to take off the base everytime to check the ohms, but all good. 
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I dont think you guys really need to worry that much about mech mods. I started using them for the whole first year of vaping. As long as you stay above your batteries cdr and make sure the coil isn't touching the deck or anything. And of course use reputable batteries.

The only time i really worried was playing with hybrid tops, they can be scary. One day i was driving around using my stingray x clone with a kayfun lite on hybrid mode, i just picked it up to take a hit and the mod was super hot. I quickly pulled the battery out and threw it out the window. The kayfuns 5-10 wasn't protruding at all and it shorted out on my battery. Luckily i learned my lesson the easy way.
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Really like this liquid, Carnival by Candyman. This is my first liquid I've enjoyed enough to pick up a 120. I just started using their Bam Bam flavor and might by a 120 of that too. 
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The Sigelei 213 is pretty nice. I really like the power up feature. It's amazingly comfortable to hold and light, easily my favorite mod. 
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I seriously have to stop lol, but figured I'd share my new guilty pleasure. The subzero RDA clone I just picked up. Had been looking for an authentic, but with the 24mm version out I figured I'd try this one first... Was able to pick one up that matched the buttons on my S200. 
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Dripping on the subzero is easier than my kennedy and my tsunami.  That being said though, I don't "drip", but I don't paint the coils either.  I pop the top off and just squeeze random juice on the sides where the wicks are and can legitimately say that I don't pay attention to how much juice is going on there with no leaks from the airflow.

I will say (and i'm assuming its related to the O ring on my clone) that there's a thin film of juice around the RDA.  Again, I am assuming this is more related to the O ring (going to try putting a beefier one on there this weekend), but a similar amount to what I normally see on my other RTAs and RDAs.
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It's only been a day, but I'm really digging the Gemini RTA. After adding the top airflow to the Griffin it's a bit of a toss up between the two. The Gemini seems to wick slightly better/faster. Can't go wrong either way I guess. 
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One thing I am going to try different in my Griffins are the coils.  I automatically used the spaced out claptons that came with the Gemini and I tend to build with the coils being tighter...not sure if it will make a difference, but I will report back when I do.  Just an FYI, I do have the top airflow attachments for my Griffins, but the Gemini still has a little bit more airflow.  Not sure if its the centerpost airflow on the Gemini, but its more airflow without the flavor loss.
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Absolutely love this vape shop. We are lucky to have such good vape shops in the area and this company is top notch!! I had been into the shop and the other location in Brockton before and had always thought that it was a good spot. But tonight I saw Nick supporting a bunch of people at different levels of vaping experience over the course of about an hour and he gave them the perfect level of service. While I am certainly far from a "seasoned" vaper (vaping for 6 months and building for 4 of them) Nick helped me out with a build for my Mech (just started using a mech mod a couple of weeks ago) and he was super patient with all of the build and battery questions that I had...this shop definitely cares about their customers' safety and keeping them informed on what they are doing. Tonight I picked up a Goon RDA and a custom build by Tim. I am enjoying the hell out of this setup and the build by Tim is perfect for how I vape. I am definitely impressed with these custom coils and if you haven't tried nichrome (like I hadn't before tonight) I would definitely try it especially if you are looking for flavor and clouds out of a single 18650 mech mod. I didn't pick up any juice tonight, but they have a huge selection that I have picked from on prior visits. Nick also pointed me in the direction of a sweet drip tip that fits perfectly on the Goon. Can't wait to go back!!
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Good places to stay for a night or two. The set up is a little odd, but it's near some convenient places if you have to visit the area. Definitely the best place on the area.
Public - 2 months ago
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This shop is hands down the best in the area. They have the largest selection of gear and liquid. The prices are great, the atmosphere and location are great and the employees are very nice and helpful!! I went in yesterday for the first time and found some great liquid (check out Pound Cake by Teleos) and picked up a Griffin RTA that I had been checking out online (no other local store is carrying this amazingly easy to use and build on tank that pumps out flavor and vapor, just like an RDA) Looking forward to my next visit!!
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Great food and service. The chourice omelette was amazing.
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Nice store with decent selection of gear and a really great selection of liquid. The staff was really helpful, courteous, patient and not pushy. I wish I had more time to chat about some of the cool builds that they promote, but only stepped in to check it out.
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I come to this place regularly and they are great. Always have great choices, awesome staff and high quality service. Definitely check out the Hannibal Nectar ejuice if you happen to stop in.
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Great atmosphere, great and friendly staff, and most of all... Amazing food!! Will be coming back again!!
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