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A8 Rebuildable Tank Atomizer

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Product Description

The A8 rebuildable atomizer is the A7/Phoenix atomizer's big brother. What makes the A8 superior is the fact that it has a built in clear tank that can be filled without any worries about leaking because the tank has silicone o-ring seal. Add your favorite heating wire resistance and 510 drip tip to make it your own. 

These have a HIGH learning curve and are not recommended for novice users. 

No longer comes as a kit, sold as the single A8 tank.



Diameter: 19.8MM
Height::  with drip tip 68MM  , with out drip tip 51MM

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  1. Can't separate tank

    Posted by dave on 12th Mar 2015

    Same here, I cannot separate the tank from the coil assembly. I've resorted to pulling the wick out the top and filling through the hole for the wick. Once I get some blunt needles I won't need to remove the wick. I've taken the post out and the tank refuses to unscrew even with a strap wrench. I was afraid to go any harder and break this.

    The post may have to be loosened slightly after receiving, as it was not giving me any resistance/connection on 510 ohm meter at first. Came in around 3.6-3.7 at first. Will lower when it's time to rebuild.

  2. Sweet RBA

    Posted by keith on 21st Feb 2013

    It's a sweet looking RBA,did not come dirty like the other rba's i had come in today.My only gripe with it is the bottom cap looks like it was scuffed by a lathe.While it can't be seen i know it's there.The setup looks like it would hit and vape like a freight train.Am having a problem getting the tank seperated from the bottom cap,it will not untighten?The wick installed has six wicks coming out the top so i guess that will not be a problem and using what looks like 2mm,or 2.5mm silica.Tha tank is rather small not sure how many ml's it holds but whatever it is count on at least 1ml being stored in the silica wick.