So I've had my Atlantis 2 for around a month now, and up until a few days ago its been great. However a few days ago I decided to do my usual atmisor change, cleaned the tank etc as usual, pre soaked my coil, topped up the tank, made some primer puffs and then left the tank to sit for over an hour. When I came to start vaping (0.3 Ohm coil) I began at around 60-65 Watts to ease the coil in, Instantly I could taste a really strange burning chemically rubber taste... I carried on to try and break the coil in, steadily increasing the wattage, still the taste was there, and was so horrible I could hardly taste my liquid. Thinking this could be a dodgy atomiser, I started from scratch as I usually would, tried a different atomiser, and different liquid. Same result, instant burning rubber taste, not burning cotton. Up to now I've gone through around 5 different atomisers, from 3 separate packs, tried 3 different liquids, all with the same results. I have no idea why this has suddenly started happening, I've checked everything I can think of, I've soaked the tank over night and followed the instructions on the forums for similar 'taste' issues, but no joy. I've since taken the 5 atomisers to bits to inspect the cotton, no real signs of burning cotton, a little tainting on a few but nothing that would cause this kind of taste.
Original 0.3Ohm coils
IPV 4 & IPV 3 set at around 70-75 watts
Cloud Company - Aspire ~ 90/10 VG/PG
Cloud Company - Sky ~ 90/10 VG/PG
Space Jam - Astro ~ 50/50 VG/PG
I'm beginning to thing there must be something wrong with the Atlantis itself now, but I can't really imagine what could have happened within the space of changing atomisers, I've taken the unit back to where I bought it and they told me to replace the atomiser and try again. Should I ask them to swap it for a new one since its only been around a month since I bought it?