1. Great review.

  2. I was one of the lucky ones with my V1 stone as there hasn't been even a seeping.of liquid. I was surprised to find that mine vapes best in the 3.3v range on my LT, though I do have to turn it upside down and loosen the cap a little to allow liquid into the coil chamber as I use VG niquid causing it to wick a little too slow.


    1. Author

      Leaking I got, but wicking was no problem. Of course I use a much thinner liquid than you.

  3. Wow sounds like a quality control issue. Maybe i should hold off till a third version comes out. I utterly hate leaking.

  4. Author

    Unless I'm so unlucky to get 2 bad ones from each run, maybe waiting for version 3 might be a good idea. It sounds like that won't be too far in the future anyway. When the tank isn't leaking, it's fantastic.

  5. Nice Review. Thanks Steve. I have seen that tank around, glad I know the pro's and cons now.

  6. >"I have seen that tank around, glad I know the pro's and cons now."

    You can get a better idea of how it's going by visiting the Vision Stone thread where they do have some solutions for some of the problems. http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/gotvapes/2


    1. Author

      I followed that thread for a while, it's pretty active :)

  7. Hey, I found that with the Stone, it works far better if you don’t fill it all the way up. I usually fill to just about where the rubber gasket starts. Initially when I got the product I hated it because of all the leaking, but after I figured that out it worked far better.

    After filling it about 3/4 full, I could gently roll the liquid around to get more of it on the coils and could even vape in a horizontal position without issue. This also solved most of the splashback problems I was having.

    In your review, I wasn’t sure if you filled it up or not so I thought I’d throw in my input.

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      I've tried about everything in the world including not fully filling it :) It seems like some simply work better than others, and I had some bad luck. That does add credibility to the faulty gasket theory of mine though.

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