Retailers for experienced Tootle Puffers

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  1. DogMan

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    I recently made a dig at Perth Jen for over reacting to a vendor not selling tootle puffer gear. But this last few days, I have been looking at what I consider the standard issue aussie vendors, the bigger ones, and there isn't much.

    So this thread is a semi discussion/semi list of local or international vendors either catering to, or stocking a lot for tootle puffers
     
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  2. DogMan

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    I should reserve this post for list type dealings, as advised by discussion

    Local

    Vapoureyes
    Victory Vape
    Vape King

    International

    FastTech
    Gearbest
     
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  3. Pippi

    Pippi Mother of Pudles

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    Great Idea Doggie :*
     
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    Pippi Mother of Pudles

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  6. Judith

    Judith Mostly harmless

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    I always seem to end up at VapourEyes so I guess they are a useful tootle puffer vendor. Victory Vape are tootle puffer friendly too although they always seem to be out of stock on the item I want when I am buying.
     
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    Jennifer Pyjama Queen

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    I keep going back to Vape King, and recommending them to smokers. They seem to have everything...except my Genitanks. :(

    Thanks for starting this thread Dogman....although I suppose a random smoker looking for a simple set up probably wouldn't have a clue what a 'tootle puffer' is.
     
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  8. DogMan

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    oh, it does say "experienced"

    i thought it might be helpful for vapers who have been attached to one old type of coil etc that may be hard to find now? but pippi can edit if you like

    2nd post updated with list
     
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  9. Pippi

    Pippi Mother of Pudles

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    I think the title is fine and we are the forgotten ones ;)
    Not sure about the definition list though - its a bit outdated and tootle puffers can Vape high powered Mods at lower watts these days. Most of mine to go at least 50watts but I rarely Vape over 15 watts.
    I would be interested to know how many cafe folk have those Drip tips - I am guessing at least a few do but not sure its a definition of a Tootle puffer. Thoughts ?
    And yes its a good idea re the coils and I know some people are very attached to coils that may not be around forever (me included)
     
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  10. Judith

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    I don't think a tootle puffer can be defined that easily but one thing I think that is absolutely true is low wattage. I sometimes build sub-ohm coils or use sub-ohm pre-made coils but rarely go above 17 watts and mostly sit on 15 watts. The other thing that seems to apply to all tootle puffers is MTL vaping and I think that is part of the definition. I sometimes direct lung inhale but usually because I think I need a quick nic hit and I don't enjoy it.

    I think the drip tip thing was a bit of fun.
     
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  11. DogMan

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    That was by the inventor of the term, I think.

    Removed anyway

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  12. DogMan

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    fasttech don't seem to discriminate on style, sub ohmers, mod whompers, tootle puffers all get represented with the nearly latest

    not so sure on "legacy" type stuff, coils for early clearos etc though :?:
     
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  13. Judith

    Judith Mostly harmless

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    Fastech are a great international vendor for tootle puffers. I finally figured out how to buy Nautilus coils on there. You have to buy a gift certificate and use that. PayPal can be a pain sometimes. They only have the 1.6 ohm ones and Gearbest only have the 1.8 ohm ones. Aspire may have already stopped production of Nautilus coils.
     
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    Pippi Mother of Pudles

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    FT do have the 1.8 Judith I have some sitting in the cart waiting for the sale on Wednesday.
    Here you go.
    Ps, Ta for the gift cert Tip :)

    https://www.fasttech.com/products/3...uthentic-aspire-nautilus-mini-bvc-clearomizer
     
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    Pippi Mother of Pudles

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    FYI - the Aspire coils for the Mini Nautilus, Kabuki & Vika are a tad confusing as with most other pre made coils when you have lower Ohm coils you can Vape higher watts. This is not true with these coils and you can vape slightly higher watts or volts with the 1.8 ohm coils.
    I switched to the 1.8 mainly due to a supply issue but now I wouldn't buy the 1.6 as I far prefer them.
    I am sure many already know this but just thought I would share.

    See link below for ratings.

    http://www.aspirecig.com/news/news182.html
    Doggie, I didn't know where to put this - let me know if you want it moved to another thread ;)
     
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    I finally looked at the pre-made coils that come with the Vika and they are 1.8ohm so I guess they think they are the best for the atty (still haven't used them though). I don't think there is a great deal of difference between 1.6 and 1.8 really but I have enough coils of both varieties to last me for a while in the mail and I can always rebuild if I get desperate.
     
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  17. Pippi

    Pippi Mother of Pudles

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    As far as I know Aspire are still making the Mini Nautilus - I guess when they stop making them that,s when we will be in a pickle. I imagine they will stop in the next year or two but its just my thoughts and have no concrete evidence.
    In the meantime I will continue to stock pile as funds permit :)
     
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    all good

    i updated the list with FT and GB
     
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