The Anyvape Davide is at the forefront of Glassomizer technology, by being the first company to offer a completely rebuildable glass/pyrex clearomizer. The Davide is made with stainless steel components and a pyrex tank shell, which allows you to use liquids that are too acidic for use in standard plastic tanks, like Lemonade and Orange. The Davide breaks down completely to its core components, for easy cleaning, and also to allow for future customization. Anyvape plans on offering taller and shorter pyrex shells and center tubes, as well as offering multiple colors of shells, so you will be able to customize your tank, just the way you want it.
The Davide clearomizer has a standard 510 threading for use with any eGo style battery, holds approximately 4ml of liquid, and comes with 1.8ohm and 2.2ohm cores. It also comes with a flared thread cover for use on standard eGo style batteries, to make a smooth, stylish, and seamless transition from battery to clearomizer.
Davide clearomizers also use a drip tip, so you can swap out the tip for your favorite custom style drip tip, to make it your own.
- Holds approximately 4ml
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Pyrex tank
- Uses Evod, Aro, and T3S cores
- Easily Cleanable
The versatility and functionality of the Davide is what makes it the best Glassomizer on the market, and when comparing to the Protank 2, we think, much more elegant.
We have noticed that some drip tip manufacturers make their drip tips too thin, so they won’t fit snug. Try to test drip tips if you can before purchasing them. Also, if your drip tip seems loose, pull it out and wipe around the gasket with a paper towel, as well as wiping out inside the top of the clearomizers. Drying off the seals and contact area will help ensure proper grip after insertion.
It is not recommended to disassemble your Davide completely, after using a known acidic liquid. Clean with alcohol first, to help break up the oils, then rinse repeatedly with hot water. If you do need to disassemble your Davide, and the seals have expanded or now cause gurgling, soak the seals and post w/seals in alcohol overnight. Then reassemble. If you still have problems with the seals, lose one, or break one, we do have replacements that will not be affected by acidic liquids.
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• Bottom core gravity fed clearomizer
• Stainless steel parts with Pyrex tank shell
• Holds approximately 3.5ml of liquid
• Completely breaks down for easy cleaning (best to use isopropyl alcohol)
• Standard 510 threading for use with any 510 compatible batteries
• Customizable tank colors
• Removable drip tip
• Easily fillable from base
To change your core, simply separate your Davide from the battery, hold upside down, then unscrew the base. The core is now accessible in the base. Unscrew the old core, and replace with a new one. Make sure to screw the new core in tightly to prevent it from backing out when removing the base to fill your tank.
Filling is also a simple task. Just unscrew from the battery, hold upside down, then unscrew the base. Once the base is off, you will want to our your liquid in one of the three small holes around the inner edge of the tank. Do not our liquid in the center hole as this hole runs straight out through the mouthpiece. Fill the tank to your desired level, replace the base, and screw it back onto your battery.
Make sure when threading it onto the battery that you do not tighten it all the way down. Screw the clearomizer on slowly, and as soon as you feel a light resistance, only turn another half turn.
• If your clearomizer is not producing vapor, the light on the battery blinks or stays on, check to make sure the core is screwed in all the way, and tighten fairly tight
• If still not working, clean the battery terminal with a q-tip or paper towel to ensure there is no liquid.
• If there is still no vapor production, try switching out the core with a new one
If you experience leaking from the bottom of your clearomizer, inside the battery terminal:
• First check to ensure the core is tightened fairly tight. Occasionally a core can back out while unscrewing the base of the clearomizer for filling.
• Make sure the core has the rubber gasket around the top post, as that is what crates the seal inside the clearomizer to prevent leaking into the battery compartment.
• If your core is getting to the end of its life, sometimes it is possible to pull liquid through while puffing. If this is the case, swap out the core with a new one.
If a core is new and leaking occurs, dry off the post before screwing the base onto the clearomizer, wipe any excess liquid from the inner tube in the clearomizer, and make sure to puff lightly and take a longer draw. If you are still experiencing gurgling or leaking, try holding the power button for about a half second before puffing. This will heat the core up to help vaporize the liquid better, and also burn off the little bit of excess liquid