DCT Cartomizer Punch
This is a tool that will let you punch holes in a cartomizer so that they will work with the Dual Coil Tank Cartomizers. The tool is a simple device with a ring that your cartomizer slides into, and a wing screw that has the end honed to a point. Twist the screw until the point has penetrated the cartomizer side wall. The punch comes with a lobster clasp for convenience.
Bad tool Review by TZ from UT
The metal of the screw is dissimilar from the metal the ring is made of. Having an assoc. degree in metallurgy this only means one thing to me, bad design. The ring threads had already started to corrode by the time I received it and even tho I cleaned and lubed it to keep anything worse from happening it only lasted about 20 carto's. The other issue with this tool is that it doesn't come to a sharp point, trying to make a hole in metal with a rounded point means you're going to put a pretty big dent in the metal. So I got out my files and put a wicked sharp point on it and got some good results before the threads gave up. I won't buy another one. (Posted on 3/20/13)
works for a while. Review by Al
The punch will work for a few weeks then it strips.Maybe 25 cartomizers then dies. (Posted on 1/14/13)
big dent. not impressed Review by Shawn
just got it today. wish i would have tried it on a old cartomizer. i tried to put it in my Dual Coil 510 Tank Cartomizer and its out of round and hard to put in. i was going to try and fill it but was afraid the dent was too big and i would lose too much liquid. (Posted on 11/30/12)
not sure if I like it or not yet Review by eric
I punched a hole in a single holed tank cartomizer and I slowly punch as to not dent (which it will do regardless) and the hole was entirely too big. I haven't used that cartomizer so I don't know if it will work out. I might just use it to enlarge the single hole cartomizers, but I won't be adding anymore holes. so for now, it will be 3 stars until i can use that cartomizer and see how it works out.
but it does put a dent and hole. (Posted on 11/26/12)