Product Spotlight: Russian 91%

Lately we have been featuring some of the many Mt Baker Vapor products on our blog. These have been called our “Product Spotlights”. These posts are generally a write up surrounding a certain product, but today we have something different for you.

Welcome to the very first video product spotlight. Today we are featuring the Russian 91%, a rebuildable tank atomizer.

Keep an eye out for an upcoming video where we will show you how to rebuild this unit.

Hope you all enjoy!

Tim Mechling

Tim is Mt Baker Vapor's resident creative weirdo. He writes, composes music, draws, designs, produces podcasts, investigates, and blows the trumpet for the Common Man.

  • ravia says:

    Regular MBV bottle tips work perfectly both for filling and for sucking out (squeeze and release an partly full to empty bottle and suck out fluid with the top unscrewed about 8 to 10 partial twists to let air in) juice. Works better than the needle top fill bottle.

    The Russian 91 is great. It’s all about how you build and how you wick. It’s an art, if you ask me. Strongly recommend this item.

    It seems like you ought to explain why it’s called the “Russian 91%”.

    I’ve been using a chimney build, which is all about first getting a good “scarf” around the coils that fully touches them without getting shoved in over the air hole, then “tufting” with little bits of wick (cotton or rayon) to fill it all out.

    It’s possible that in some cases the grooves for the flow in of the juice may not be quite as deep as some might like.

    You really have to watch videos on how to build. The coils are REALLY easy once you get the basic idea. The wick is definitely the hardest part.

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