Atlantis 2- A short review
The new full article is furnished with the major parts of the same elements of the first Atlantis, however with a couple changes that should upgrade your vape experience. As it turned out, a portion of the progressions worked superior to anything others. The Atlantis 2 has a recently planned wind stream controller that is like the primary Atlantis, and it is compelling, and perhaps somewhat easy to utilize. However, it's the highest point of-the-tank, wind stream controller that is really disturbing than anything else. This top end wind current controller functions as an air-cooling framework, and it's a perfect thought. Pivoting the valve directly beneath the dribble tip, you now can control the vapor temperature. Keeping in mind it works the way it should work, we would rather have electronic temperature control of the e-liquid itself instead of the little effects of vapor warmth with a wind stream valve.
The Atlantis 2 is just about the same size as the first Atlantis, however it holds a greater amount of e-liquid, half more to be precise; 2mL limit for the first Atlantis, 3mL for the Atlantis v2. While vaping the 0.3-ohm curl you'll value the additional limit because the quantity of times you'll have to refill the tank will reduce. The differences between the subohm tanks are not that far separated in the vapor formation. In the flavor creation, the distinctions are tremendous. Thankfully for Aspire, once the loop gets a couple of hours of vaping in the flavor is great.
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