kurt bondoc: hi mate new to vaping,may i know what is the config of your zapper? the
input and output volt..i mean powered by how many volts and the output just
to connect the HRW and NRW?tia
Daniel Choi: What kind of e juice is that?
michael saint: ithhh a ka ithhhh a ka..
Steven Machado: I have issues with my coil assy loosening when I turn juice control due to
it not being tight enough. This is going on because of the oring in the
bottom of the bottom tank getting distorted when tightening. Ideas?
DJ Shadwell: great review as usual. thats a lot of funky parts, u'll need to be good at
jigsaws or the rubic cube, nice looking tank, the clone seems to be quite
cheap are they as good?
Chris Sims: So is the resistance wire the thicker wire or the less thick wire? I
ordered premade res non res wire and it came as a piece of wire with
thicker wire on teh ends with thinner wire in the middle. I take it the
thinner wire should be wrapped around the wick, with the thicker wire
trailing down to the post?
mark anthony see: hello mate!
may I ask what is the material of the AFC ring of the Ithaka? I got 0197
here in the Philippines. and my AFC ring seems to be brass and it was
TIA for your reply :)
Salvador Acevedo: The (CERAMIC SIDE) of the coil housing is the (POSITIVE LEAD) & the METAL
SIDE of the coil housing is the NEGATIVE lead. Negative gets twisted to the
nut under the coil housing and the positive gets twisted to the positive
post at the rubber ring.
FroztiProductions: has anyone here built it with cotton? i have bad luck with silica
Martin Smith: Scott I have put off the Ithaka due to joining the wires, I have gone
through most of the reviews here and see no mention of where the zapper can
be purchased lol
I might take the plunge on this one if I had the zapper and other
non-res/res atomizers too ;)
dkgreek: Thank you for this video.
garty22: Thanks mate, just bought one of these and managed to build it to perfection
while watching your video!
Bling: what an unpractical rba
piplup10203854: Does this have a removable drip tip? I really like the ITHAKA Clone *or
hercules* but I would really like to use my own drip tip. I am entirely
brand new to RBA and I really like the clone but i want to use my own drip
tip and can't really find something similar. I like the clone cause of the
juice control, air flow control and the size of the tank. Thanks for your
igetcha69: nice one mate :)
igetcha69: i was recording at around 3am.......at that time of night im entitled to
make the occasional mistake :P lol
ph0kused: great review! inspired me to bu y one forsure!
igetcha69: hi mate, its a complete and utter fake......as is most stuff sold on
Fastech unfortunately :( buy at your own peril! lol cheers scott
TheMSilenus: If you after a clone better get the one from "raindbow heaven" they made
also the terminator/nautius oddy clones wich ve a solid build quality, the
fasttech one ist made by tobbeco. Didnt had the fasttech one in my hands
Kurt Simmons: Scott, did the ceramic piece have a soapy flavor on this device as well?
And if so, did you need to do the Blue Flame trick to get rid of it?
Momonas: Hi Scott, just wondering, should i use the same awg/ gauge wires for the
resistance and the non resistance wires?.. Or can i match different gauge
wires together, say 30 gauge nickel and 28 gauge khantal a1.. Thanks a lot
njiwsti: Scott, where do you get a zappa
igetcha69: no mate :)
Wing Tang: Hi Scott, I'm not sure why this is happening, I'm using some of my usual e
liquid which 60/40 pg and vg however since I've used it on my ithaka I will
get hardly any vapour but a lot of throat hit. The resistance reading is at
1.7ohm dual coil. Is there anything I can do to make it work properly like
my previous atomizer? Will crossing the coils diagonally make a big
igetcha69: well if spending 5 minutes making a new coil once a month is too much hard
work for you then its probably best you dont get one :P
igetcha69: Dziękuję moim przyjacielem!
chieftechnicalwizard: Hi Scott, Where can I get a Zapper unit of that caliber? Very nice. I am in
need of a wire welder. Thanks!
John Hunt: cheers scott thats made up my mind i'm going to order one. cheers john
igetcha69: no mate....it was fine :) it was only ever the 1st ever run of the Odysseus
that had the soapy issue.......everything after that had no issues
Troy Hatton: Thanks. I'm not sure either. It was vaping like a chimney though and then
nothing. At least now I know what's wrong. I appreciate the response.
igetcha69: hi mate, that is the correct battery so the only thing i can really advise
is that you contact Provape for a repair (i believe the Provari has a 1
year warranty) cheers scott
igetcha69: jog on ya pretentious little twat! :P
MechaHerc: hi scott, at 6:01 the part inside the ceramic is inside out from the
10:01.. so which one is the correct?
igetcha69: hi mate, i find it all rather depressing to be honest........i really hate
to see peoples hard work and ideas being ripped off :(
igetcha69: hi mate, yep, like i said in the vid the 510 base comes included and can be
seen at around 03:36 cheers scott
LaVsy: hi scott the 510 base connection, does it come with ithaka? or do i have to
order separately for this item?
MrShaun1578: no issues with shorting with the wicks crossed?
paradox887: Congrats and thank you for the fantastic job. I got mine assembled
following your steps in no time. However, currently at about 30 draws into
this atty, I keep getting this very strong & persistent chemical
taste/smell that almost completely overtakes the e-liquid; the best I can
describe it is like foul-smelling gasoline. Is this just normal breakin? I
appreciate any feedback
igetcha69: hi mate, if they are not crossed then the air will pass straight through
the middle and the amount of vapour produced will rather poor.......by
having them crossed the air flow passes straight over the coils and creates
far greater vapour production :) even if setting it up with a single wick
you should still fit it diagonally rather than straight across (for the
same reason as above) cheers scott
Cloud Piper: Scott, correct me if I'm wrong. The metal side of the wick is the negative
side, since the ceramic side wire connects to the post that makes contact
to the positive contact (center pin) of the mod? Cheers!
Troy Hatton: I am using a 30 NiChrome resistance wire on my Ithaka and it was working
fine until today when I tried to wrap a coil and now no matter what I do, I
get low ohm readings on my Provari and an E1 error. I don't have any no
resistance wire yet and the NiChrome was working fine to wrap a single coil
up until today. Now I am going crazy. Any suggestions?
유삼 권: great!
Kurt Simmons: Scott, I was just about to send you a follow up to let you know I found the
issue. While watching your review, again, I noticed that the center pin on
your device was completely hollow and on mine it appears that one end was
not drilled all the way through causing the issue. That's what I get for
buying a knock off. Thanks again for the reply and the review.
igetcha69: nice one mate :)
igetcha69: nice one mate :)
Lavion2005: Hi Scott, today finally arrived my Itaka, 2.2coil Quattro, 18mg......big
mistake, She is a monster! Thank you !
igetcha69: hi mate, to be honest, im at a complete loss as to how you managed to get a
good vape by using just the resistance wire......its designed to be used
with the no res / res combination so i really suggest you get yourself some
no resistance wire and set it up as its design intended cheers scott
ph0kused: Scott great vid! I bought one because you sold me on it, however, is there
an online store to buy a zapper? I cant find one anywhere
juhs GA ENL: All of your videos and reviews are extremely helpful and informative.. I've
watched you for hours mate, really appreciate all your hard work with these
Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.
REVIEW OF THE ITHAKA REPAIRABLE ATOMISER4.7
out of 5