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The year hasn't even come close to an end and the QP Designs Juggerknot mini has my vote for best top air flow single coil RTA of the year.

Flawless performance on both TC and Replay.

I've been using Vandy Vapes 316L MTL wire.

It's best to tension wrap this wire by anchoring one and pulling plenty of tension while rolling your coil wrapping jig toward the anchored end of the wire.

4mm I.D., 5 spaced wraps wicked with Puffs pads cut to 12 to 13mm, skinned, fluffed and folded in the liquid channels, no comb out needed, just enough to peak out from the top of the side liquid inlets. Easy to build on and filling is a breeze with an OBS Engine styled fill port. 

If only I could find the right drip tip for me!

I've ordered a second as the second production run will be shipping soon.


24mm Diameter
Single coil
No leaking
Postless deck
Pull up top fill
Side installed screws (No coil twisting)
Adjustable Top airflow
Airflow stopper (No free spinning)
New deck design (More airflow + Flavor)
Triple channeled airflow to coils
Airflow to coils (side,under,top)
Signature 810 drip tip (Random color top)
Glass 4.5ml bubble tank
Glass 2ml tank (/Europe/TPD laws)
Vape band with logo
Flat head screws
Hex grub screws
Black O rings
Accessory bag
serial number
Signature 810 drip tip(Removable bottom ring)

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do you vape mtl or dtl?

ive just got the juggerknot mini tank to go ontop of my new paranormal. using ss316l wire, spaced coil with 5 wraps, coming out at 0.4 ohms.

what wattage do you vape at and do you use replay mode?

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DL to RDL with the JM mini.

Well, the thinner the wire the less wattage needed as a general rule.

I've recently been use Coilology SS316L MTL claptons , 2/30 gauge wrapped with a 40 gauge. 

Most people end up in the 30 watt range with the JM mini and yes I use Replay almost exclusively anymore. Start low and work your way up from the 21 watt range with wire like I've mentioned.  


That hypertext is a link to a picture of a build using the VV wire I mentioned previously in my original post.

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