Rebuildable Atomizer In ALL Stainless Steel with Glass Tank
This is the similar item as the AGA-T and T2 Plus
COMPLETELY STAINLESS rebuildable atomizer with a CLEAR pyrex tank
1. All Stainless parts
2. SMOOTH EDGED Glass Tank
3. Two opposite air holes on the caps (you choose the one you want to use by twisting top cap which has 4 holes to line up, see second picture)
4. 2 bigger Mesh holes so you can use dual mesh or wick (ceramics also)
Most rebuildable atomizers are not for beginners as it takes some patience and skill to get working properly. This one comes with Stainless Steel Mesh but if you choose to stick with the standard wick and coil setup you can simply purchase premade wick and coil.
Made with all Stainless steel parts glass tank. This comes with ss mesh and coil but can be used with wick and coil.
Can be disassembled and put back together in minutes, very easy to clean, use and rebuild with some experience or practice.
22mm Overall Diameter (Tank)
22.25mm Overall Diameter (Outer shell)
48.90mm Overall Length assembled (without drip tip)
1 AGA-TD Unit partially assembled with Glass Tank
1 Parts Kit:
(3) Extra Orings (1) Extra grommet seal (1) Extra Screw (1) Extra Washer (1) piece of SS Mesh (400) 45mmx45mm (1) nichrome wire 100mm
Check out how the new drips tips (made by the ame company) look on the Tiamat! Sharp!
You can find these in the Drip tip section under "Stainless Drip tips"
Please note: due to the rebuildable nature of this item, there are no refunds and no exchanges. Vape quality with the included mesh is not warrantied as it is fully customizable. You can change it to suit your needs. I have had several people order a rebuildable only to ask for refunds because they did not know how to get it working, I cannot resell used rebuilables, please... keep this in mind.
Direct From Rolygate at ECF... a Warning:
Please note very carefully that rebuildable atomizer coils and wicks have known risks.
Rebuildables are for experts, not average or beginner vapers with no multimeter or knowledge of how to use a meter, or when a meter must be used, or how electronic devices work. These materials cannot safely be used by the inexperienced or those without basic knowledge of electronics.
This is because:
1. A rebuildable coil/wick MUST be tested carefully with a meter before it is used.
2. If it is not tested it may damage the device it is used on.
3. Faulty wicks/coils WILL blow electronic devices.
4. New coil/wick units must be tested and then used first on a strong basic electrical APV such as a Silver Bullet, that will not be destroyed by a short circuit.
5. No new coil/wick assembly should be used on an electronic device until known to be safe.
6. These items destroy electronic devices if faulty. This is a known issue.
7. These items have inherent risks and may go faulty at any time even if they were originally in good working order. The owner bears the cost of equipment damaged as a result.
8. RAs or RTAs must only be used on equipment that cannot be seriously damaged or harm the user. In practice this could mean an electrical device with a hot spring (fuse) or an electronic device that will not activate if there is a short-circuit (a dead short). Unfused devices or unprotected electronic devices will suffer damage when used with a faulty RA or RTA.
copied from ECF forums.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Dec 2013
This is a great little RBA, a little hard to wire but vapes great, esp with cotton.
Posted by DB on 22nd Nov 2013
The AGA TD is a dual coil product. Once you get past the working area and figure out the best set up for your liking this thing is a beast. After trying several different gauges and SS mesh I settled in on 30awg kanthal and yarn. Works great. I'm very happy with the product and will likely get another one soon. (No sub-ohms for me though)
Posted by Unknown on 14th Sep 2013
After using this for a week I am annoyed by the leaking and constant whistling!! Annoyed!!! It leaks so bad threw the upper deck. Using dual wick on a provari is pretty much possible if its SS. It's more than possible on a mech mod. But I'll tell you the juice for some reason collects in the top cap ALL THE TIMe!! It's literally making me crazy. Maybe I'm not doing something wrong I don't know.
Posted by Lisa on 11th Sep 2013
Il start by saying this is a very pretty atty. looks are great. Looks very good on my provari mini. After finally getting a wick and coil set up I noticed how hard it was to get the kanthal under the negative screw, because of the lip on the upper deck, tricky but I got it. Also if you want to use this with SS mesh set up its going to leak through the second wick hole that's made for dual coil for ceramics. They didn't put a screw thread for the second wick so I'm racking my brain trying to think of ways to plug it up. On the up it makes a great fill hole cuz you don't need a syringe or needle tip. Also when you put the top cap on YOU hAVe TO line up the hole on the cap with the hole that's on the upper deck lip. That can be very annoying, seeing the tank is very small And you have to fill often. Also, what's very annoying is because it leaks the upper deck juice and condensation gets stuck in the air hole and it whistles. Which to me is very annoying it happens very often. It's because the air hole is so low and close to the bottom of the upper deck. So what I have been doing is just putting my mouth on the hole and sucking the juice out. Honestly that ruins it for me. Don't they test these things out before mass producing it???? Seriously it seems like everyone of these has their issues that causes it to not work properly. The spring on the new AGA is junk. These issues make me want to buy something more expensive that actually has been tested and is reliable and works. This does hit very well but has its downsides.
Posted by Lisa on 10th Sep 2013
Just got this in today and I must say interesting. First off I noticed that it has different sized air holes all around the top cap." I think?" All though I didn't see that in the product description. Second it is made for dual coils. Which is really neat. Trying to wrap a coil around it is a little challenging compared to the original AGA. The upper deck is very cramped and small, so getting the kanthal to go under the screw was a bit hard and I have small hands. So far I have only built one coil. The only thing about it is that if you want to only run 1 coil the other hole for the other coil does not have a screw thread so it will def leak through that. Don't know why they did that. But all in all it's very pretty and not to hard to work with.