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The OBS Engine is the best RTA I've ever used

Discussion in 'General Rebuildable Discussion (RTA/RBA/RDA)' started by Jason149, Jan 26, 2018.

  1. Jason149

    Jason149 Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years Unlisted Vendor

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    I've been vaping since ~2010. I've bought probably a dozen tanks since then (not many compared to a lot of people here) and this is hands down the best tank i've ever used simply because i never have to worry about juice condensate eventually leaking out of the airflow holes like EVERY other tank i have has done.
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    Buy this tank if you're looking for a new RTA, buy it now!
     
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    Carmmond Silver Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    Just got my co-worker off analogs with this tank in the last couple weeks..... he loves it! Bad thing is they are getting hard to find now. He did end up finding one maybe he should have got two of them. I like it a lot also and cant wait to get mine back next week.
     
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    :cheers::cheers:
     
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    gamecockfan04 Bronze Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Is that the Nano, or just the OBS Engine?
     
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    Roadtrip635 Gold Contributor Member For 4 Years

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    I love 'em, I got the regular Engine but also have the Mini and Nano also. Very solid tanks.
     
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    Jason149 Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years Unlisted Vendor

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    OBS Engine
     
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    I agree that the OBS Engine is an excellent all around RTA.
     
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    I thought I ordered a Regular Engine, but actually ordered a Nano and I cannot figure this thing out. Dry hits and no flavor any way I build and wick it, seriously about to throw this $35 tank as far as I can into the lake.
     
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    Dry hits and no flavor on a nano usually means using too much wicking.
     
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    I watched suckmymods instructional wicking tutorial and review of the engine nano on YouTube and followed his instructions and have never had an issue. Your wicks needs to be thinned out a lot and just go through the wicking holes
     
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    ^^^ Thats working much...better !!!! Raising the coil up seemed to do the trick for whatever reason like in the video!!
     
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    St.Roostifer Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    Yep, the Nano can be fickle with wicking. Not enough cotton and it floods, too much cotton and it dry hits. But when you get it just right, man is the flavor great. That's why I have four of those buggers.

    I've thought about getting the engine but not sure there would be much of a point if I'm more than happy with my single coil Nano's. Not to take anything away from the engine, I'm sure it's badass.
     
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    jr779 Silver Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Glad it worked for you
     
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    St.Roostifer Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    The airflow holes are located close to the top of the chimney so setting the coil higher on the build deck helps alot. General rule of thumb with Nano's is to have the top of the coil level with the top of the posts. Glad it's working better for ya and not submerged in water.:p
     

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