The Diver is a repairable atomizer having exactly the same size and shape as a 510d-type cartomizer. Thus it is ideal for for using it inside a tank. Its design was based on an old idea dating back to 2011, which awaited for the right time to be realized. In fact, it took us six different versions to find the perfect size and combination of base, ceramic, hole and tube.
Made from 304L stainless steel (except the brass pole for better conductivity), it comprises four elements: the base, the pole, a ceramic and the tube. Its resistance is ideally mounted with a non/with resistance wire. The kit comprises a complete atomizer with mounted resistance and an extra ceramic.
The pre-built coil is around 1.8ohms which makes this atomizer great for use with variable voltage devices like the Provari or eVic.
Some useful advice on its use:
Screw the tube tightly (a touch of liquid on the o-ring will help) on the base of the atomizer and make a small mark near the side hole of the tube so that it can be easily distinguishable.
Remove the tube and mount the ceramic in the atomizer base so that the edges of the two slits of the ceramic form an equilateral triangle with the small mark you made on the atomizer base.
Place the two ends of the resistance in the corresponding holes on the ceramic; then turn the one inside the hole in the ceramic base and pull the other upwards.
Make sure when you snip the wick to make it short enough so that it does not touch the atomizer spiral. Don’t forget to wet it before you screw the tube.
When you mount the pole, after mounting the ceramic, don’t forget to put pressure on the ceramic so that it stays in the correct position.
The atomizer will function even without a non-resistance wire, however it will provide its maximum effectiveness when using the combination of resistance wire with/without.
It can be mounted on any 35mm tank as long as it has an o-ring that fits well – otherwise it will result in oversupply and leaking at the pole of the atomizer.
Here is a setup video that shows how to set up the device: