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Heatvape Sniper Photo Gallery


Ab ove, the packaging.


Above, bottom pin – copper.


Above, The components.


Above, the components coming together: the coil inserted into the base.


Above, coil in base pictured from above.


Above, 1) coil in base; 2) air flow chimney threaded in coil; 3) glass tank pushed into place.


Above, 1) coil in base; 2) air flow chimney threaded in coil; 3) glass tank pushed into place; 4) top with filler plug threaded in place. Note the large red silicone seal with the vapor liquid inset. 


Above, shows the smallest of three air flow channels (at top on the left)


Above, shows the mid of three air flow channels (at top on the left)


Above, shows the largest of three air flow channels (at top on the left) with the "SNIPER" embossed logo to the right of the large air flow hole.


Above, show the top cap threaded onto the top cover ... the drip tip is an integral part of the top cap is fixed.


Above, shows the entire assembled unit. Note: 1) the bottom pin is copper and extends slightly past the edge of the threaded 510 connector part. This is excellent and will work with virtually all 510 devices. The bottom three red O rings form the bulk of the seal for the bottom part of the tank – there is also a lower O ring that the glass sits on. The Top has a large O ring that seals the glass when the top is threaded on. Where the 'SNIPER' logo is visible ... that is a rotating air flow control ring – it's nice a smooth and has detente pins that prevent it from being accidentally moved while vaping.


Above, here's I am showing the top cap removed and how to fill the tank. That's a medium sized bottle tip and fits in the hole perfectly. Note how the tank is still mounted on the battery. There is very little likelihood of getting any liquid dripping onto the battery, and the bottom of the tank is completely sealed, no possible leaks at the bottom.


This is the fully assembled Heatvape Sniper tank sitting on top of the Heatvape Defender. A few notes:

  • While I was working on this and taking these pictures, the background is a thick white card board. It's paper based.
  • Not one single drop of fluid leaked from any part of the tank – when I was finished working over the card board (about one hour of time) the card board was as pristine as when I started.

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