Got mine yesterday and had it delivered to work, firstly - a big thanks to Lisa & Kieth for the usual superb service and the tasty eclair
I rinsed the attie out and sat at my desk to set it up, It all went together flawlessly which is a testament to the build quality. The deck just snapped into place after the o-rings were lubricated and every thing just screwed together nice and smooth. I normally use a 1.2ohm microcoil around a 3mm drill bit with .3 kanthal in the 23mm squape so i thought that would be a good place to start with this one. For wick I used 2 strands of rico fashion summer cotton lace. I primed the wick with alchemist vanilla fudge and filled the tank and placed the attie on a cloupor hana clone then set it on the desk and just admired it whilst the I waited for the wicks to properly soak. 1.2ohms at 9w I fired it up and took my first vape- nailed the bugga on the first coil- it was outstanding, so much so that I have no inclination to change out that coil. The vapour was dense and the full creaminess of the juice was brought out for me to enjoy, I had previously used a taifun gt for my fudge but it doesn't handle it quite as well as this squape.
My all day vape is cocomel, I usually vape it in an eden mods rose and I tried it in the squape. Sadly it wasn't as good but then the rose could not handle the fudge too well.
It seems that no single attie reigns supreme with all juices and different atties work differently with different juices at different resistances and power settings.
So if you purchase a Squape and it doesn't work for your juice it doesn't mean that it's a bad attie, it's not - it's a great design that's built to near perfection and I'll be needing another when they come back into stock because I've just tried GVC in it and it does an amazing job with that juice.