Good idea, poor design.
This atomizer was one I picked up for like $5 at FastTech. It is a dual coil rebuildable dripping atomizer. This means it has 3 posts (2 negative one positive) for building coils. It is made out of stainless steel and it has 3 outer air holes and one inner. It has a 510 connection and is advertised as coming prebuilt with a 1.2 ohm dual coil setup. This would mean it has 2 2.4 ohm coils. Additionally, it comes with a stainless steel drip tip and an allen wrench for the posts.
I guess I should start with the good points. It is built pretty solidly and it comes with a decent drip tip.
Now, moving along to the bad parts.
- There are 3 outer holes on this atomizer. It has the appearance that they would be 3 different sizes and line up over the inner hole to allow you to get more or less air to the atomizer to suit your personal taste. They don't move and they are not over the hole. There is a recessed inner ring that allows for air flow, but not much.
- There is one inner hole. This means that you can only get direct air flow to to one of the two atomizers.
- You need an allen key to change the coils as opposed to a screw driver or twist top that would be much more convenient.
- Despite their claims of it being a 1.2 ohm build when shipped, mine arrived with a .4 ohm build which is basically unusable. I just took it off and rebuilt it, but if this is your first atomizer and you wanted to use it while you learned how to build it you will be seriously disappointed.
This is a nice looking atomizer, but that isn't worth much. It does not perform well at all and is harder than necessary to build. Even at it's $5 price tag it is a waste of time and money. I would avoid this one. You can do a lot better, even for that money.