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"Kmock-off" does imply dishonest counterfeiting you're right so wrong terminology but still, whether or not they're honest about it, they are still producing an identical product against the wishes of the owners of the original. Take my Freakshow mini for example. It has the freakshow logo on the side and the bottom. Fair enough making an exact copy but adding the logos as well is just bad practice. China don't give a shit about copyrights so all I'm getting at is - what makes you think they would think twice about selling dodgy batteries?
Sure there are plenty of dishonest UK vendors too that import crap products which is why I said reputable. They are vendors out there that care about their customers.
I may be completely wrong here but it's just the feeling I get. Like I say I'm being hypocritical as I do buy clones but a bit of machined metal is completely different in my eyes to something electrical or something that could cause you serious harm.
I'm always wary of buying stuff like batteries from places like Fast Tech. How can you be sure these are genuine? 12 dollars for 4 seems ludicrously cheap to me!
You can't be 100% sure if any are genuine , even from UK vendors, it's the world we live in
Very true. Although I'm instinctively more trusting of a reputable UK vendor than somewhere that openly sells knock off goods. Don't get me wrong I'm not against this completely. All 3 of my drippers are clones. And my mech. But anything that could potentially explode? I'd much rather pay £10 for 2 from somewhere full of reviews stating their safety.
Haven't actually tried it yet but I'm in the process of making a raspberry custard with 15% Kandi Head - Crazy Creamy Custard and I'm going to add 10% Capella Raspberry after it's steeped. The 2 flavours are lovely on their own so got high hopes for this one!
How much water are you drinking? VG dehydrates you so make sure you're drinking more water than normal if you're sub ohming high VG juices. I drink 3-4 litres a day. I do get a bit chesty and throaty if I don't.
I only use kangatech subtanks now and so I had all these problems.At present all are behaving.The one thing that I found cured all the above problems is (sounds daft I know but bear with me) when you fit the wick do not bend it up and cut it flush with the top of the chimney as youtube shows but without the chimney on cut the wick about 1/8 of an inch beyond the base.Push the wick up to fit the chimney then work the ends through the holes in the chimney.If you can imagine the wick coming out of the coil as arms you must not get a bend in the elbow or wrist so just give a little pull on the ends to make it staight.This in every case stopped my leaking problems
Whilst this may work for you, it isn't actually how it's designed to wick. Either side of the deck are 2 little shelves which when the chimney is on form the juice well. The wick should come out of the coil and then face directly down onto these shelves.
Like this -
When you look down into the chimney with the top unscrewed, you should be able to see a bit of light coming through the juice holes. This lets the juice run into the wells correctly and the downward facing wicks mop the juice up.