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Trinity atomizer/general questions

Wheaton01Wheaton01 Posts: 4Member
edited September 2018 in Customer Service Questions
So I recently got a Trinity and I love it. I have a few questions though since the user manual was pretty sparse of information.
1) How long do atomizers last? I'm at about a week or so and it's tasting a little burnt. Not much, but noticeable. I use it very often throughout the day, so obviously I expect to go through it quicker than the average.
2)How do I know when to replace the tank?
3)Will a 1.2ohm work with a 70/30 blend, or will that not be good for the tank?

Thank you!


  • rbarron316rbarron316 Posts: 155Member

    1.  The atomizers can last a good while.  Hard to put a specific number of days to it as it is only one of multiple devices I use throughout the day.  I do clean my atomizers in hydrogen peroxide overnight and then let them dry out another day.  Seems to extend the life in the same fashion one can extend the life of the EX blanks with cleaning.
    2.  You should never need to replace the tank.  They are very durable.  I clean mine in hot water and then blow dry with a hair dryer.  Use it immediately after cleaning.  I bought a spare tank but only as protection as I feel they are going to discontinue the Trinity line.  No question they will as they only have the 1.2 atomizers left.
    3.  Depends on what the 70/30 is.  Is it 70% PG?  If so, should work fine.  is is 70% VG?  Then likely no.  Keep in mind, the tank is just that, a reservoir.  You are not going to hurt the tank by your use of any particular atomizer.  

    If they do discontinue the Trinity line (including atomizers), then you will need to find another tank/atomizers to use with your device.  There are other tanks/atomizers in the marketplace that can used on the Trinity.
  • samanthasamantha Posts: 3,553Administrator, Moderator admin
    Going to double check on this info @Wheaton01. Sounds like @rbarron316 has provided good feedback.

  • samanthasamantha Posts: 3,553Administrator, Moderator admin

    1. The life of an atomizer may range from 2-6 weeks depending upon how heavy the customer vapes. If they have heavy to very heavy vaping habits, item will likely last 2-3 weeks.

    2. The tank lasts much longer than the atomizers. It's best to replace the tank when it appears cloudy. Also if your mouthpiece is showing wear this would be a great time to replace your tank.

    3. a 1.2 Ohm Should work with that blend (this is assuming that the 70/30 is PG/VG vs VG/PG) If the majority is VG a sub-ohm atomizer is much for ideal.

    I hope that this is helps!
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