T-Dux 2.0, 1.8 Ohm Single Coil
Get ready for the next generation of vaping with the T-Dux 2.0! While it may look like an ARO clearomizer, the coil has been completely redesigned. The coil rests in a ceramic cup, and the juice flow has been increased. What this means is that this clearomizer doesn't leak, tastes great and produces lots of vapor! The tank is made out of Pyrex, so you don't need to worry about certain juices cracking the tank. It utilizes the eGo threading instead of the 510 threading of your device for a flush, uniform look. With the T-Dux 2.0, you get a clean, smooth, consistent vape, every time! No leaking, no gurgling, just a great vape! Comes with a 1.8-ohm single coil pre-installed.
Note: The old-style replacement bottom coils will work with this tank, but the NEW coils WON'T work in the old tanks!
The correct replacement coils for this unit can be found here.
- Excellent Review by Henrybgt1757
- great product Review by mark
- t dux rules! Review by Amanda
- Burning? Review by Marc
It hits incredibly well for a little while, then just tastes horrible, even after sitting for a few minutes. Maybe I just need more practice, but seems odd.
Will give 4 stars since nobody else has this issue apparently, and it's great when working properly. (Posted on 3/19/2014)
- The best "Clearomizer" to date Review by JayDre
I am using the standard single coil it came with (1.8 ohm single coil). I decided to buy replacement 1.8 ohm coils, after all the other coil replacements are out of stock most of the time. Produced warm, huge clouds of vapor. Clearly get the most flavor (using a 70PG/30VG juice mix) out of any clearomizer. These are the pros.
I figured after the week that this would last a good while. However, I was wrong in that assumption. My issue: after the first week it started gurgling then came the huge leak of juice clearing out the clearomizer. I thought to myself maybe I over filled it and didn't tighten the base enough. So, I emptied and refilled slightly lower then what I usually fill to. It then leaked and gurgled again. I finally thought the coil was bad and would replace it. I was disappointed at this point. I researched the reviews and found someone who stuffed some wick into the slots of the coil. So I thought I would try the same except I didn't have any wick lying around.
My fix: I pulled some of the cotton off of a Q-Tip and placed some in both slots just a tiny piece. Stuffed them in and used a pick to slide it to a side leaving a little hole in the slots. Performed some dry hits and heated it up. It leaked one drop, cleaned the battery and no more leaks to my surprise.
I saved my coil and created a fix till my new coils get here. Back to loving this 'clearomizer'. Hope this helps anyone having this issue. (Posted on 3/18/2014)