This is a tank with a dripping atomizer running through the center. It is a unique design because you get the bold clean hit of an atomizer but in a tank so you can vape for most of the day without refilling. The Terminator produces tons of vapor and seems to keep up even if you "hot box" it. The first time we filled it we tried to get a burnt taste and were not able to. So for regular use this is a masterpiece.
The atomizer portion, when removed from the tank, unscrews apart to reveal the 2.4 ohm coil. There is a hole drilled at the bottom for airflow which can be adjusted by sliding the tube up or down to cover or uncover the hole. The atomizer unscrews at the center of the bulb if you want to replace just the coil with your own. This is great for DIYers. There is also a hole drilled in the threads of the bulb to allow for e-liquid to wick to the coil. By leaving this unscrewed a bit, there is greater e-liquid flow to the coil. The wider you open it the more e-liquid there is. By shutting the bulb completely, it is set to be used as a dripping atomizer. The Terminator has a 510 unsealed connector for airflow and comes with a 510 drip tip installed.
Price is for one (1) Terminator only.
- Carefully remove the top cap of the tank
- Put 25-30 drops of e-liquid into the tank
- Replace cap of tank
- Put 4-5 drops down the center of the atomizer to prime
- Put any 510 drip tip on the top of the atomizer
- Screw onto your mod or battery
- Works great for me Review by Patricia
At first it was tricky to disassemble, but I figured it out and it is quite easy now. How I took it apart is I held the top part of the plastic tank and pulled the bottom chrome piece off, then I took the drip tip off and I pushed the inner metal tube out through the bottom, twisted the metal inner tube to reveal the coil, and you can pull the top chrome piece off of the plastic tank. To fill it I first put eliquid on the wick and coil and twisted the inner metal tube back together, put the top chrome piece back onto the plastic tank, pushed the inner tube back into the tank, (holding the tank upside down to fill it)with the top of the inner tube hanging through the top of the tank I held the top of the inner metal tube slightly pushing it to one side and putting my eliquid tip into the small space available and slowly filling it up, after filling it up I carefully pushed the bottom chrome piece back onto the tank, and I then twisted the metal tube piece hanging out of the top of the tank to open the air hole to the coil (airhole is located in the middle of the inner metal tube). I know that is confusing, but I hope it is understandable to someone who needs help :) Yes, the first time filling this tank is tricky, but it gets easier. (Posted on 5/14/2015)
- Don't waste your money Review by Tony
- Makes An Awsome Dripper Review by Christopher
- If I could figure out how to disassemble it, it would be great. Review by Cara
Cara (Posted on 2/20/2014)
- Awesome Atty.... Review by slap_maxwell
However, ditching this tank and putting the atty in an AGR is perfect match. The AGR makes refilling a breeze and no mess whatsoever. Too bad madvapes doesn't carry AGR tanks; I wouldn't have had to go elsewhere. ;-)
With a proper tank (and once you get the juice flow dialed in for the viscosity of your favorite juice), this thing vapes a treat. There are some fiddly bits; the 510 to atty adapter should be reverse threaded so you don't inadvertently unscrew the top part of the atty from the bottom, but for the price, this performs just a notch below the Killer -- and at pretty damn good price point. (Posted on 9/10/2013)