The DREAM RBA

The DREAM RBA, also know as the Kayfun clone which was kindly supplied by www.charliesvapeshop.co.uk


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  1. great review todd! got one of these and it vapes like a champ! too bad there is no getting around that flooding issue? i tried a few things so that it won't flood the chamber at the bottom but the only thing that worked for me is to remove the o-ring inside the topcap to minimize the pressure inside the tank and that minimized the flooding. i also put an o-ring inside the bottom chamber right at the airhole so that half of it would be blocked and that solved the airy draw, i tried the mesh method but it was too tight. i just hope that the manufacturer would make an ss version of this tank and maybe in a larger capacity because this tank concept vapes really great! :)

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    1. Cheers Jon, be great if they come out with a SS version :)

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  2. I fill my Dream upside down. I have my wicks wrapped around like you did during your first part. Then with the top cap screwed onto the tank, I place a drip tip on and plug the end of the drip tip with a silicone cartomizer cup covers. It'd be better to use one of those tank refill tools like the white one that siam mods makes but I don't have one at the moment. Then with the tank upside down, I fill the tank about 1/3 ways and screw on the atomizer base. This solves the problem with flooding since only air passes through the channels and dry hits are almost a non issue since there isn't any wick in the channels. The only thing you have to worry about is getting the juice level just right so that atty doesn't flood when you screw the atty base on. There will be juice in atty chamber after you screw it on but flipping it over quickly should prevent any more juice from flowing in and I do get a little bit of gurgling at the very beginning but alleviates itself after a few more drags.

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    1. Thanks for the info Peter, great help to folk that watched this video, appreciate you taking the time to share :)

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    2. Hi
      there just to say enjoyed the review, bought one on strength of your video and thought you may like to know that www.puff.fi are taking pre orders for ss version which may be worth a punt as they are selling it for 27 euros . Don't know if that's a good price or not as i haven't seen it anywhere else.
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      Purchased a roller on seeing your video, must agree its a fantastic wee mod

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  3. Hi Todd,
    Thanks for the review. Glad to see the change at the end with the wick going through the holes. Maybe some smaller wick will be better but still wrap it inside? Anyway, just ordered one, so will play with that too.
    Why do you turn it upside down when you put the top cap on? I might have missed that but saw you do it both times.
    James

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  4. Hi Todd, I purchased one of these and have been playing with it for a couple of days now. I made my wick out of 100% cotton yarn and made sure it was in the channels, I have had no issues with leaking and I have found that if it is not wicking away fast enough to keep up with chain vaping that the same method used with the amp tank works pretty well, just cover the airhole and suck in a bit, you will see the juice level go down and rise again as you let the vacuum off, you may see some bubbles as well. If you have the wick firmly in the channels you should have no leaking and a wonderful vape. Thanks for the review, it made me decide to order this and so far I'm liking it alot.

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