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Offline Spyke27

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Plume Veil atty
« on: August 29, 2014, 12:10:39 AM »
I bought a plume veil 3 days ago. I've looked thru the threads and haven't found anything about one on here. I could have missed it tho.

I'm wanting to know if anyone else has one and what they think of it.




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Re: Plume Veil atty
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2014, 02:28:21 AM »
I picked one up last week. Those suckers are built for airflow, huh?

Good for flavor and plenty of cloudage.  Just be careful not to overdrip.
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Re: Plume Veil atty
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2014, 10:12:53 AM »
It's amazing the cloud and flavor production are amazing. It's easily my favorite right now

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Re: Plume Veil atty
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2014, 03:27:44 PM »
I absolutely love mine. This made me pull the trigger.

What really impressed me the most is the airflow design. I'm not sure the holes in the top cap - I seem to be messing around with that the most.

But in terms of the best vapor output and flavor - the Plume is simply fantastic.

Also worth noting - the version I have is the one without the gold deck. I had a 24k plated drip tip once that eventually started flaking. I was scared to death that the plume might do that too - does any one know if its plated or solid?

I went with the non gold. Absolutely love it!!!

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Re: Plume Veil atty
« Reply #4 on: September 11, 2014, 04:12:59 PM »
does any one know if its plated or solid?

Unique design with three separate sources for airflows. 1. Air slots in front of coil, with AFC. 2. Air holes through negative posts to bring air to back side of coil. 3. Air holes on top of cap to create a vacuum effect
•Uni-deck design where the negative posts are milled into the deck
•Brass center post
Deck is no longer gold plated for V1.2 due to compatibility issue
•Delrin insulator at drip tip (Also serves as AFC for top air holes)
•Rotating "T" center post to accommodate a multitude of different builds
•Post holes large enough to accommodate 4 strands of 22 gauge. So twisted builds will be no problem
•PEEK insulators with a melting points of 650 degree Fahrenheit
•22mm in diameter so Plume Veil will fit most mod on the market flush
•Limited Quantities!


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