Tasker Matic: Nice video. Vaping has come a Long way. Just got a vape only ET-S glass
BDCC. I'm a novice but very happy with performance. It's amazing the number
of people I know who go back to cigarettes thinking vaping isn't working
for them when it's the quality of the product they're using that's the
issue. Given the right kit and a bit of knowlege vaping is and can be more
pleasurable than smoking. That's not to mention the health benefits.
Garry Shane Baldridge: Too many wicks and I dry hit. Too few and I flood. :(
Kriswixx: how often do you change the wick cartridge? Every two weeks? Sorry if you
answered this.. thanks.
Davi Valente: Pete, they switched something on the coil design and it is ALMOST
IMPOSSIBLE to open it without breaking the stem. Do you have any light on
the subject? Thank you!
GeorgeTheGreek1978: This reminds me a lot of the smoktech tank I have
David Newell: Sorry Phil, but I'd agree with Eva. There's no reason why you should need
to install the head more than once - unless you're into rebuilding the
natalya2246: Я совсем недавно начала курить э сигарету. Не могу полностью отказаться от
сигарет! Но думаю, что скоро)) Подскажите пожалуйста, когда я нажимаю на
кнопочку и не вдыхаю, она издает странный звук, похожий на треск. Это
pbusardo: Coming soon!
BadContrakt: Phil.... I don't want to speak too soon but I THINK you may have solved my
problems with the Vapeonly BCC.... My brother LOVES this tank and I ordered
one because he suggested it so much. I've had NOTHING but problems with it.
The 2.2ohm and the 1.8ohm have both been giving me nothing but dry hit
after dry hit and also flooding! Lots of juice in my mouth and I was ready
to give it to my brother and go back to the old faithful Vision. But...
After watching I think you solved the problem. AIRFLOW!
Rob G: BTW I believe VapeOnly is owned by Joyetech, a new subsidiary company.
barneyruckus1: My GF continued to use up that Nocturnal Banana in the first cracked tank
until the tank was so badly cracked that it was leaking juice through the
cracks. Since I stopped using the juice in the second tank, it has not
cracked any further. This is over 2 months usage of this tank now. Could be
a coincidence, but I doubt it, and I'm not about to risk ruining another
tank. Re: Wicking. It really just seems to be a combination of my personal
vaping preferences and the type of juice that I use.
barneyruckus1: Don't toss yours yet, these are rediculously EASY to rebuild. Like REALLY
easy. :) I used the same technique in Phil's Vivi Nova rebuildable video.
Funpants94: What was the metal device that allowed you to use a kangerprotank base but
any drip tip?
cruz717lanc .: just got mine in the mail def better than vivi nova the bottom feed is
great ive put 6 ml of dekang and ec blends through it and so far its great
i plan to do a video review sometime this week
Rob G: I must have got a defective one, every juice floods it. I don't think the
coil-head fits into its home tight enough. It feels a loose fitting. I
ordered a 2nd one to confirm, but Boba's should not flood.
rolloverboi: I have the same exact problem. It taste like sh*t and vapes like sh*t.
nomore clearomizers. I still love Phil though.
pbusardo: I say... ENJOY THEM ALL!
pbusardo: I agree, I kinda like the ability to use any tip.
edmurth: Phil, your reviews are great and really in depth. Nobody else has gone into
the detail you have on your review. These wouldn't be something for me but
would advise anybody thinking of getting one to watch your review. Keep up
the god work!
Anthony Salvador: Great Review Phil. are the Ploy Carbonate Tubes replaceable? and if so
where can I purchase the same size tubes?
pbusardo: I know, a lot of missed opportunities in this one. I took it easy this time.
Perry Figueroa: I ruined one trying to get the post out. Ripped the bottom off and ruined
the coil. On another head I simply pulled one wick out through the side.
Easy enough. But horrible flooding after that.
Rob G: Definitely some dry hits here at the bottom.
pbusardo: Haven't tried yet, but I believe so.
gabegti: I'm still somewhat new to ecigs. Doesn't a lower resistance coil produce a
warmer vape? If so, does the 1.8ohm one help? This looks pretty decent, but
I definitely prefer a warm vape. excellent video btw; subscribed.
barneyruckus1: I picked up one of these and you're right. They perform pretty well after
you remove one or two of the "extra wicks". One of mine also has a ripping
O ring at the base of the head unit. Hasn't leaked yet. I recently rebuilt
the coil (same technique as Vivi Nova). Works GREAT! *Trimmed wick to
ensure that the ends are shorter than the silicon ring in the tank base
just now and found that it wicks much faster. Now I can chain vape a lot
faster and won't get a dry hit.
Susazeu: @evelwmn I usually vape more than one flavor, so I take the used head and
replace it with a clean one. at least twice a week.
Elisabeth Cross: I was having the same sorts of problems with this one when I first got it,
couldn't even use the 1.8 on a standard ego doing 3.8v it was always coming
up with dry hit and I was not getting as good flavor as my EVOD with 1.8 vs
the 2.2 it was forcing me to use, remove one wick, it seems to burble a
little and pop but the flavor is wonderful now on the 1.8ohm it seems to be
one of those things with the BBC deals where one has to find that sweet
spot between flooding and dry hits
Lucio Guglielmi: When they make a glass version im in! Once you experience the flavors with
a glass tank there is no going back to plastic. Thank Phil, you're the
pbusardo: Terrific!! Glad it's working so well for you!
pbusardo: Yeah, I'd imagine it would be.
Recluse: It had to happen eventually. This is the first time where my experience has
been nothing like yours Phil. The BCC has been very disappointing. Dry
hits, draw is too tight, etc. And unlike the Kanger T3 where I was able to
easily remove the center tube and remove some wicks, the tube on the BCC
heads will NOT come off. I ruined two of them trying to remove it. I was
injuring my fingers in the process and had to resort to pliers. It still
wouldn't come apart so I could remove some wicks.
MIKE WHEATCROFT: Thanks :)
MIKE WHEATCROFT: *find*
pbusardo: The 30s have been terrific, but I haven't used my top coils since the BCC
and Pro tank. I like not having to tilt.
pbusardo: It's a balancing act. This is why they need a juice control!
pbusardo: Thanks and good luck with them!
pbusardo: Respect back Normunds! Thank you!
pbusardo: You're welcome!
pandoodl: I had the same issues, with dry hits and stuff. Don't ever take off the
center post, it may ruin your BCC. For my 80/20 VG/PG mix I had to remove
two of the topmost wicks. To remove them I just used my fingers and I
didn't remove the post at all. Press down the rubber cover very well and be
sure to insert the coil head firmly into the base. That leads to some
gurgling but it vapes like a champ now. Tried two coil heads with the
method phil posted, which always lead to flooding and/or dry hits.
jerrxxx: After taking out the wick inside the coil, I replaced it with a cotton wick
(mainly because it doesn't unravel as soon as it touches the coil) and put
back some of the wicks on top. Now it performs (almost) as well as my
edmurth: Cloud9Vaping or iVapour Elixir both carry these.
barneyruckus1: For a more airy draw, I went to harbor freight and picked up some tiny
drill bits, bored the bottom air holes out to 1 or 1.2mm (I think). Hits
like a CHAMP NOW! To combat the dry hit issue, I trimmed my wick so that it
only sticks out ~1/8" from the head. It seemed to be getting caught between
the tank tube and the silicon seal in the base. My head was also a ***** to
remove. I carefully pried side to side long the wick and coil axis and it
popped right off. I used vaper towel to pad my fingers
pbusardo: Haven't gotten to this yet, but I believe the answer is yes!
Jerry Starett: Got mine today. Tried it stock, crap, tried it minus one wick, less crappy,
but still crap, threw my own wick and coil on it, marvelous. I'm digging it.
pbusardo: Me too! Note that I didn't get that taste from the ProTank,
pmhops77: Indeed Sir I did (and again just now to ensure I wasn't that daft lol). I
did see that you could remove the air tube to access the top and wicks, but
you did not mention if the bottom "cap" of the head could be removed to
rebuild the coil. That bottom cap looks rather.... funky? Wasn't sure if it
would come off to allow you to put a new coil inside the head without
therambonxiousrhino: i was having trouble taking off the center tube also. instead i just
pinched some of the wicks on the side and pulled them through. try it out
it worked for me