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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

12 Sep 2014   #91
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
#5 high is the maximum potency although I do believe they come in 5 packs too
Ah, I see that now, there's a few levels of potency.

I think I'd probably start there too.

Thanks for all the info.
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12 Sep 2014   #92
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

No problem looks like the warrantee has been increased to 1 year instead of 90 days when I bought it
They do have two I guess different models the premium 100 has better batteries I believe which is the same basic model I have,

But as stated these items are available in most drug stores now or can be ordered on a 30 day refund so they are worth trying,
Your basically just out the postage which I would use 2-3 day delivery option both ways

California has be rabid on allot of things not just tobacco
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12 Sep 2014   #93
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Doesn't look like much has changed :/
Black Premium100 Electric Cigarette Kit | E-cig Rechargeable Kit
The 100 tips is what I use but the others work well too,
Electronic Cigarette Cartridge | Electric Cigarette Cartridges
So the premium kit has a longer battery life and bigger cartridges than the regular kit.

I don't really care about the social features it claims.


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12 Sep 2014   #94
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

The social crap can be turned off
But yea both cartridges can be used though you don't have to use the 100 series tips
I've used both I believe the cheaper ones actually work better ?
But none of them last as long as advertised

I would guess one tip would be about half a pack of cigs so testing is the main thing for your usage
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13 Sep 2014   #95
derekimo

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I don't think anything works or lasts as advertised anymore. So the parts are interchangeable then. I may give it a shot and see.
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13 Sep 2014   #96
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

If by chance the PG is the issue and you dfo not want to dilute yourseklf etc. Another option you can look for is a vendor who mixes your juice to your preference.

For example, Zeus: http://www.zeusejuice.com/zeus-juices
Choose a flavor, Nic Level and blend. There are others out there too.

50/50 IMHO are the best ratio but everyone is different.
The reason is, smoother vape but yet still thin enough as not to cause issues with most atomizers.

18mg Nic maybe a good place to start too, although you may want to vape more often when first starting.

One I like is Deadly Sin by Good Life.
Deadly Sin - Good Life Vapor

This one is a 50/50 blend and is what I would call a desert vape.
Its sort of like a CinnaBunn/ fresh baked sugar cookie type of of thing. Just a little cinnamon taste to it.
Really good IMHO.
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13 Sep 2014   #97
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
@paulpicks21
Very Nice!!! I take it the transition is going well for you?
MVP is supposed to be very very good.

LOL at the overclocking. I guess in a way thats exactlly what it is though!
You're next step will be to move into rebuildables like the Kayfun Lite Plus or Drippers!!

Although the Kanger Tanks are still my favorites in the replaceable atomizer style. Still have and use my Aero from time to time. Can't go wrong with a Kanger IMHO.

Variable is certainly the way to go. Amazing how much better they make juices taste when you can start tweaking to get it just right.
You'll likely find, as I have, some juices actually do much better at lower power and some do better cranked up.
My average sweet spot is around 4.2-4.4V unless I'm trying to produce some really huge clouds just for fun.


Just a thought. Its one of those things about getting started in vaping.
In ways you want to start cheap (I did) in case you dont like it.
But almost everyone I know including myself starts off with something cheap, then a month - 2 months later end up with a variable mod of some form.
Almost makes want to start telling everyone just start there from day 1. It's cheaper in the long run.


@z3r010
Thats exactlly what happened to me! I never noticed the smell of a cigarette that much when I smoked. But now, I can be walking my dog in the back yard, and smell the cigarette smoke from my nieghboprs house. And it seems as if it just lingers... really odd how you really pick it up. Or smell it as someone walks by that had just had a smoke.
There was a time it would make me crave a one. Not anymore.

Thanks, yeah it's going real well mate. The MVP is awesome, so much better in every way than my Ego. But the Ego served a purpose. Like you say, I don't think anyone wants to spend a lot of money on their first kit just in case it's not for them.
The Ego gave me a taste of what it's all about and seeing as I thought it was great I knew it would get even better if I upgraded it. The MVP seems very good for the money, it was not very expensive but has a lot more features. One thing is the battery. Apparently it lasts for ages, well I am going to test that out. I made sure it was fully charged when I got it and I am going to use it and see how long it goes. The good thing is the battery is pass through so I can charge it and use it at the same time when it finally runs out.

I seem to be getting a lot more flavor from the same liquids using the MVP, much more than the Ego and lots of nice vape clouds too

Will keep you posted on the battery life over the next day or so. But for now it's all good
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13 Sep 2014   #98
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
If by chance the PG is the issue and you dfo not want to dilute yourseklf etc. Another option you can look for is a vendor who mixes your juice to your preference.

For example, Zeus: http://www.zeusejuice.com/zeus-juices
Choose a flavor, Nic Level and blend. There are others out there too.

50/50 IMHO are the best ratio but everyone is different.
The reason is, smoother vape but yet still thin enough as not to cause issues with most atomizers.

18mg Nic maybe a good place to start too, although you may want to vape more often when first starting.

One I like is Deadly Sin by Good Life.
Deadly Sin - Good Life Vapor

This one is a 50/50 blend and is what I would call a desert vape.
Its sort of like a CinnaBunn/ fresh baked sugar cookie type of of thing. Just a little cinnamon taste to it.
Really good IMHO.

Thanks a lot, I really appreciate the links. I ordered 4 of the smallest bottles(12ml) from Zeus, each with a different strength and blend of PG/VG. At this point, I don't care what flavor it is as long as my lungs can take it.

I talked on Skype last night with Paul and he pretty much had the same conclusion as you. So, We'll see when they get here. I ordered everything from 25/75 to 50/50. I'm not ready to give up yet. I want off the cigarettes!
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13 Sep 2014   #99
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Good idea to try a few different blends.
The reason I settled on 50/50 is because its smooth inhale but still has a slight throat hit. When you get to the 70ish range of VG it seems the throat hit disapears all together unless really high in nicotine. But with high VG juices, you make a lot more vapor so higher nic levels aren't always needed, depending how much you vape.

But that's just me. Many do prefer very high VG, you may as well.

Sorry you're having issues though.
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13 Sep 2014   #100
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

I appreciate your help. It may take a few tries, but I'm sure I'll come up with the right mix and strength. I just hope I don't end up with enough juice to start my own store first.
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