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[–] Preparetobeplaned 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I think you should re-consider your aversion to RBAs. They really aren't THAT hard to build, especially after a bit of practice. And once you have a good coil build going all you have to do is rewick it every now and then. An RDA would be perfect for your needs. Just drip a bit on the cotton and vape it till dry. Drip in a new flavor and you are good to go.

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[–] NewFatMike 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

It's not a dripper, but it's easy to clean out like the old 510s and 306s. The Cisco Spec HH Nautilus Coil is easy to clean and with a Nautilus Mini, you'll be set on a low capacity solution to try out your liquids.

If you feel like being real fancy, one of those paired with a Kabuki Tank is allegedly a solid combination.

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[–] ClanStrachan 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Try out a wickless coil. Microcoil, super low to the deck but NOT touching. Should do the trick.

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[–] sdoh9909 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I never dripped on them, but I've used a lot of 306's. I always thought they'd be great for this, especially the bridgeless ones

306 standard and bridgeless

Protip: I always keep a bit of everclear around to neutralize atomizers. Either soak over night or shake them up in some sort of tumbler then ignite until dried or just air dry since it evaporates quickly.

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[–] OuttaMind 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Yea exactly. I knew a guy who owned a vape shop that mixed everclear with a little bit of PG (dont remember the ratio) to neutralize the attys.

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[–] chris19d 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

a derringer clone would probably work for you, they're cheap, good flavor, and easy to take apart/clean