Og Clieto tank

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  1. Bigrick

    Bigrick Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    What is your opinion about this tank? Do you think it is worth buying new atomizers for it. My wife likes her I Just 2 tank but it has outlived it's usefulness. What is your opinion?
     
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    Huckleberried Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    I know when it first came out, people raved over it. Kinda surprised no one has weighed in here. I could be wrong, but I wanna say it was one of the first ones to come out with the after market bubble tank, then later, an RBA.
     
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    PoppaVic Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    I recall some vape/juice expo used entirely ciieto's for the taste/test/competition.

    All I know about the coil-head tanks is: everyone seems to rave about mesh-coils exclusively. Basically, if it isn't a mesh head, it doesn't make the grade anymore.
     
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    Huckleberried Senior Moderator Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    But are those for the orignal Cleito tank, or the newer subohm? Maybe they work for either, I don't know. I know the RBA is a big honkin' thing.
     
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    PoppaVic Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    Well, he did say "tank", not RBA/RDA.

    I never see a review for the Clieto at all any more. So, I'd price a new atty & coils vs replacements for the cleito. Further, it's not my call anyway - he's decided to change, the wife liked her Ijust-2.

    Ultimately, he should cruise a few reviewer sites for the latest&greatests, and then compare to other sites for costs.
     
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    Bigrick Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Found glass for the I Just 2 so it is still kicking. Wife is happy but I do not care for the botom fill (I have to fill for her) Still currious about the Clieto though. My local b&m stocks coils for it ($4) so I am inclined to give it a try.
     
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    Cleito is a good atty but you usually have to blow it out after sitting overnight. The 0.4 ss coils are great, long lasting and very good flavor. I was getting 4-6 weeks out of one; this was when I still used commercial juices.
     
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    I used one for a bit. The flavor seemed good enough at the time. But some coils would give me spit-back problems and the tank got hot. The top part would almost burn your mouth. So I got a Cleito Exo to try out. I loved that tank and used it for a long time.

    I know what you mean. But I don't feel this way. All these different styled meshes in coil heads just add variety for me. I like a lot of them but not enough to quit using coils with wire in them.

    I haven't tried the Cleito Pro mesh coils. They were like $20 everywhere for a while. They can keep them for that price. I was going to try some in my Exo but never got any.
     
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    Bigrick Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Thanks for that info. What I am thinking is I gave a friend a kit that I won on VU to help him quit smokes. I can not remember the name Artic Dolphin I think. A tiny kit with a tank with coils like the Clieto. You know coil and chimney together. He liked it and was doing well. Then he broke it. I thought I would replace it with an AL85 and the Clieto. It would be an upgrade of sorts and the little AL85 does work well despite the brand (Smok). If he does really well I will upgrade him again. Maybe to a Wismec Rx 200 and a Prince tank.
     
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    PoppaVic Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    I have no truck with coil-heads. Everything is an RSA/RDA or RTA. I can't see heads as a POSITIVE unless you're an ignoramus or crippled - I can definitely understand being too blind or too arthritic/shakey to manage coils and wicks. (Hell, I even have issues when I smash a hand the wrong way, periodically - let alone my Nearsightedness is now working on trifocal requirements... Coiling w/o glasses at arms length is nuts)
     
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    Bigrick Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    I enjoy my rebuildables as well. However imo atomizer heads have their place. My friend is old, blind, and has severe arthritis. So in his situation atomizer heads are almost necessary. Personally I find your response to be offensive. In my opinion only an ignoramous would respond in the manner you did, without knowing the facts or preferance of the individual. So that being said, have a blessed day.
     
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    PoppaVic Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    Since he's old+blind+arthritic, he would certainly fit my criteria for coil-heads being sensible. I'm not far behind him and will continue to fight to do my own wicks and wire until then,

    You are certainly free to feel offended that I pointed the previous and this out.
     
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    Bigrick Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    I am certainly happy he fits your criteria. I am sure my friend is as well.
     
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    Hey Pop I apologize for the sarcastic remarks. I am having a bad day. No excuses though, my bad.
     
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    Bigrick Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    My b&m has the mesh coils for Clieto in stock, $5.35 including tax for a single. My buddy is worth it. The next coils are at his expense though. I will give him a 60mil bottle of my diy Dragon Blood as well.
     
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    I should have put $20 for a five pack. It just seems a bit steep compared to everyone elses coils. I'm just more of a bargain shopper. The .4Ω SS316L coils were my jam for a really long time in that Cleito EXo. I agree with the post above, they seemed to last a good while. I like Aspire a lot as a company. They seem to do things right more often than not.
     
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