UD IGO F from celticvapes co uk

I received this free for review from www.celticvapes.co.uk

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  1. Hi Todd. Try twisting a bit of kanthal round the end of the wicks and thread the kanthal through the wick holes before you screw the tank on, then you'll be able to pull the wicks through.

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  2. After watching this video, I went straight to my desk, took the top cap off of my Drunker rba, took the wicks out of the holes, wrapped them around the coil "cup", put the top cap back on and it's working much better! I had pretty much quit using it because of the difficulty of getting those wicks down into the holes(there's 4 in the drunker). Now it's much easier to set up and vapes much better too! Thanks!

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  3. Been waiting for this after hearing about it, as I love the igo-s. I was thinking the wicks wentcdown the holes too, but looks great as Todd's done it. On my buy list, definitely.

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  4. After playing about with it, I decided to just put strand of wick down one of the holes and leaving the other open free, because if it's logic ... I suppose one hole feeds the wick where when you drip the other free hole acts as the well while the other wick fills up to the filament ... I dunno just a thought

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    1. Like your thinking James, believe it or not just about to rebuild it so will give that a go.

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  5. I was really impressed by your solution on the IGO-F.
    Whatever gets the best vape.....
    I've been struggling to set my AGA T2 up to my satisfaction, but after watching your vid the penny dropped - make it a dripper with a tippy-tank! Yes - it vapes great- cheers!

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  6. Hi Todd, I just thought I'd let you know that the manufacturer has put a user guide video onto Youtube now.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIEvCRPr-OY

    Basically, you DO feed the wicks through the holes, but you wrap the wicks around the centre part of the tank, both in the same direction.

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    1. Hi Chris,

      thanks for the link mate but I tried that as well and didn't wick fast enough for me, still maintain the tilt with no wick down the holes works the best :)

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    2. Hey Todd,

      It's a shame then. I really wanted to like this as something a little different, but it seems there's no real reason to choose this over a traditional dripper in this form factor. Setting this up as a conventional dripper seems too much of a waste.

      It would appear then that there's no real need for the IGO-F to exist, save for the convenience of the built in drip tip.

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