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Overview:
I’ve been trying out the QP Juggerknot V2 for over a week now and I feel like it’s time to actually write down my thoughts on it.
It’s a 28mm top airflow RTA and comes with three different options for capacity.
Here's a link to a series of pictures I took of the Juggerknot V2.

There are two plugs installed when you open it reducing the capacity to 2ml. Taking them out bumps it up to 4ml and the included bubble glass gives you 5ml.
It comes with two 810 drip tips, clear acrylic and black delrin. The acrylic has a nice curve and is very comfortable, the delrin one is the standard style you see with a lot of atomizers.
Now it is big and will have some overhang on lot of mods, as you can see in the pictures of it on an LVE Paranormal. It’s also heavy. I have both versions of the Steamcrave Aromamizer Plus and even with the extended glass and metal tank section, the Juggerknot is still the heavier one.
I never had the V1, but I have been using the Mini for about 5 months. The V2 uses a wider version of the postless build deck from the Mini. It comes with flat head grub screws installed and there are spare hex screws in the box along with the spare o-rings.
The best change from the Mini is filling. One the Mini, you had to slide up a section of the tank and fill from the side. I’m not a fan of it because I always had to go slow to avoid having it spill out. On the V2, QP went with a half turn top cap like the Fatality M25 and it has been a breeze to quickly fill the tank. There is a catch, when putting the cap back on it is really easy to start unscrewing the tank from your mod.

Building:
I’ve run two different builds through it so far, a 4mm single coil Alien and 2.5mm dual Aliens.
Coil placement was pretty easy, I cut the legs to 6mm for both and it was perfect on the single coil. I would actually recommend going a little higher on dual coils, maybe 6.5 or 7. Wicking on an RTA always comes with a learning curve, but with this one I got it perfect the first time on both builds. The best thing for this one was this video explaining how to wick it and it was spot on.

Flavor:
On to flavor, AMAZING. It’s top airflow, but I’m getting just as much flavor as I get out of any bottom airflow RTA. I ran my ADV through it so I would know just how off or uted it ended up. Don’t expect this to be a cloud machine, for 28mm it has fairly small airflow intakes. This is more for someone who wants the best flavor possible from top airflow.

Pros:
Great Flavor for top airflow.
Comes with bubble glass and plenty of spares.
Easy to build on.

Cons:
Big, will have overhang on most mods.
Very heavy for its size.
Easy to start unscrewing it after refilling.

TLDR:
If you want a massive top airflow tank get it.
If you want something that you can toss in your pocket on the go, avoid it.

Overview:I’ve been trying out the QP Juggerknot V2 for over a week now and I feel like it’s time to actually write down my thoughts on it.It’s a 28mm top airflow RTA and comes with three different options for capacity.Here’s a link to a series of pictures I took of the Juggerknot V2.There are two plugs installed when you open it reducing the capacity to 2ml. Taking them out bumps it up to 4ml and the included bubble glass gives you 5ml.It comes with two 810 drip tips, clear acrylic and black delrin. The acrylic has a nice curve and is very comfortable, the delrin one is the standard style you see with a lot of atomizers.Now it is big and will have some overhang on lot of mods, as you can see in the pictures of it on an LVE Paranormal. It’s also heavy. I have both versions of the Steamcrave Aromamizer Plus and even with the extended glass and metal tank section, the Juggerknot is still the heavier one.I never had the V1, but I have been using the Mini for about 5 months. The V2 uses a wider version of the postless build deck from the Mini. It comes with flat head grub screws installed and there are spare hex screws in the box along with the spare o-rings.The best change from the Mini is filling. One the Mini, you had to slide up a section of the tank and fill from the side. I’m not a fan of it because I always had to go slow to avoid having it spill out. On the V2, QP went with a half turn top cap like the Fatality M25 and it has been a breeze to quickly fill the tank. There is a catch, when putting the cap back on it is really easy to start unscrewing the tank from your mod.Building:I’ve run two different builds through it so far, a 4mm single coil Alien and 2.5mm dual Aliens.Coil placement was pretty easy, I cut the legs to 6mm for both and it was perfect on the single coil. I would actually recommend going a little higher on dual coils, maybe 6.5 or 7. Wicking on an RTA always comes with a learning curve, but with this one I got it perfect the first time on both builds. The best thing for this one was this video explaining how to wick it and it was spot on.Flavor:On to flavor, AMAZING. It’s top airflow, but I’m getting just as much flavor as I get out of any bottom airflow RTA. I ran my ADV through it so I would know just how off or uted it ended up. Don’t expect this to be a cloud machine, for 28mm it has fairly small airflow intakes. This is more for someone who wants the best flavor possible from top airflow.Pros:Great Flavor for top airflow.Comes with bubble glass and plenty of spares.Easy to build on.Cons:Big, will have overhang on most mods.Very heavy for its size.Easy to start unscrewing it after refilling.TLDR:If you want a massive top airflow tank get it.If you want something that you can toss in your pocket on the go, avoid it.

Submitted September 05, 2020 at 06:58PM by ReaperNull
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