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Kayfun 5 Clone

Discussion in 'Thailand Vapers Reviews By Our Members' started by Lotta, Jul 16, 2016.

  1. Siam Diesel
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    I bet they've done that to minimize/eliminate spitback... ;)
     
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    SJMY clone now confirmed as having a very slightly larger than 3 mm air hole below the coil. To summarize, the SJMY, Tobeco and SXK air holes are all the very same or at least extremely close to the authentic version.
     
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    So it seems there is a least one company that makes them with a smaller air hole and 2 stupid mesh screens. Of course that's the one I buy. Still a pretty good vape. Maybe I will try one of the others as well.
     
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    OK. Second clone came in. Don't know the manufacturer. This one has logos and the airflow hole is larger than 3 mm. I would say it's 3.2 mm. The fit and finish are good and other than the logos, the size of the airflow hole and the top fill cap, I really don't see any differences between the two. The cap doesn't look different but the o-ring catches a lot sooner and it doesn't seem to take as many turns to tighten it. I can say that the .5 mm difference in the airflow hole makes a noticeable difference. It's not night and day but definitely noticeable. I prefer the more open draw and I checked to see if the center post that houses the airflow hole is interchangeable and it is. So if anyone is looking to tighten up their draw instead of loosen it, let me know. I would be happy to trade center posts with you. Still very happy using this tank. Something I never though I would say.
     
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