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[PROTIP] Priming your atty

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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby RockClimb » Thu Jun 16, 2011 4:32 pm

Great tip Ajay! I will try this out next time I clean my LR atty.

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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby A.Jay » Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:58 pm

techienerdnc wrote:Ajay,

Just got my inferno kit with 3 magma atty's. 1 LR, 2HR. Let me tell you, as a new vaper, this made the transition from analogs to vaping that much easier and enjoyable! I was deathly afraid of my first toot having the burnt taste I keep hearing about...but man, was it smooth...and tasty!

Thanks for helping to make my first vape something to remember...in a good way! My hat's off to you!


I hear analogs now have a burnt taste too :P

But seriously, I'm glad I could help, and welcome to vaping!
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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby Serri330 » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:19 pm

I know this may seem like a really silly question, but I'm new to vaping and just got my Magma starter kit yesterday ^_^

Whenever you drip ANYTHING into the Tankomizer, including this method of priming, are you dripping it into the top with the needle for puncturing the tank, or from the bottom that screws into the battery? I'm leaning heavily on the former, but I just want to clarify, as I don't want to do anything that will ruin my atty :(

Thank you in advance for the help! :)
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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby Thrall » Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:43 am

You drop the liquid into the needle side, and then let is sit on some paper towel, threaded screw side down.
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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby essiejoy » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:40 am

Just did this for the first time and I'm stoked to do away with the overnight dry times. Like everyone else said....perfect from the second puff.

And might I add that puffing Kona for the last 5 days made my water look so nasty when I cleaned the atty....
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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby Serri330 » Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:09 pm

Thrall wrote:You drop the liquid into the needle side, and then let is sit on some paper towel, threaded screw side down.


Thank you so much for your help! I'm anxious to try this tonight! ^_^
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Re: [PROTIP] Priming your atty

Postby jtsws » Sun May 12, 2013 1:50 am

This works EXTREMELY WELL.

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