My FF2 gets used ALL THE TIME and its atomizer has never burned out nor has noticeably degraded. The Oura's seem to be of a different sort (although I'm ignorant of the specific of engineering of this?), and if they have solved the atomizer issue, AND it vapes well as folks have said it does, then this will be a new leader. — EconMan
Yea....I enjoy the build of the heating element in the FF2.....I do not expect to see it ever go bad. — LabPong
Sometimes the enthusiast community puts more energy into holding onto reputations than objectively analyzing products and situations. It's not a good human quality. — 420vapezone
Seems like hot start dab worked a bit better, yeah? — Baron23
Glue scandal... this was huge, they lied, got caught, lied again.
Stolen CC .. this happened more than once...
DOXing customers.. this was no purpose... — Gman
I'd have to say kandy pens warranty on the oura speaks to how confident they are in their product. Now it's up to the other companies to step up atomizer quality. — Dr green thumb
It's very possible they have cleaned up their act. I'm hoping for the best anyway. I want lots of competition in the market for these devices so they all get better because they all have flaws. — Gman
no changeable batteries or Temps. Those are big ones for me. — Gman
I would not mind seeing a design with 2 18650's and heat settings in small increments...heck even if they did every 10F for a choice would work well. — LabPong