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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

06 Dec 2014   #1021
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

I'm going to need a third mod stand just for things once the other three are in! I expect the Smoktech BEC Pro 50w bluetooth mod in either monday or tuesday next week as well as two others ordered at 10% from Fasttech plus four more eGo-V V4 Mega batteries to hold onto.

Overall when you compare how much would have been spent on cartons of menthols compared to the Black Friday/Cyber Monday week specials and sales going on I saved big time on both health costs and the $$$$$!! The investment of course will save on costs later if deciding throughout 2015 to have ordered the same if not taking the advantage of upgrading the hardwares now.

At 30 watts you can actually get far more out of the particular flavor Boaldwalk Bliss seen in cloud form there then at 7w on the eGo vv/vw 3-15w batteries or even on the MVP running at 10w while the Nautilus is a great performer as well even at 7-10w. I went right through the 2ml capacity in a very very short time however being the down side with the Atlantis.

I plan to run with the menthol flavors when turned up like that however for steam cleaning the allergens out of the sinuses fast! Now add the new stuff there excluding the VTR, MVP, and pair of aluminum Smok ACEs used to show the new tanks to the recent snap of the two mod stands already filled to the brim not mentioning the other eGo batteries 1100mah and mini 350s as well as still having a number of cig size batteries to get a good idea of what can be accomplished! Literally thousands of $$$ not spent on tobacco in any way, shape, or form!

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06 Dec 2014   #1022
A Guy

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

How insidious! You guys are now addicted...to buying Vape hardware

A Guy
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06 Dec 2014   #1023
Dude

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

This is from Night Hawk earlier, I'm just trying to be safe

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Hey Dude Check these out! Utrafire 1200mah 18350s for $4.95. That's a good price but not a surprise from one of the two main battery sites. So far with this brand's 5000mah 18650s I've been having some great results. Ultrafire 1200mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery UF18350

Orbitronics is where to go when you need 18650s. Batteries-Chargers-Flashlights-Only The Best You will be wanting the 1200mah 18350 batteries over the 700s, 800s, or 900s most often seen.[/QUOTE]

I'm looking at getting another set of batteries, mine are 18350 a/w 700s. They are the ones I got with the zmax I bought. The guy I bought from told me that I should never use other than 700s, but I see that you have. So the 1200s are safe in the zmax mini? Just wondering why he said that. Is it something with the Sigelei's, or just his opinion? From what I have googled, the A/Ws are quality, but the extended life of 1200s would be nice
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06 Dec 2014   #1024
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

With any regulated mod you simply go for the unprotected high drain 18350s! At Amazon I picked up a pair of two per pack DemonFire 1200mah high drain type 18350s now in use on the Guardian which isn't even regulated or have room for a fuse but also not in constant use. The high drain type still supplies power down to about 3.2v before needing to be recharged when used on something that draws on higher amps then the usual 3.7v battery charged upto 4.2v.

That type will run longer even with less mAh power then the average where a 700 HD will last just about what you would see with a regular 1200mah battery. The HD 1200 should be lasting even longer here. The advice on using the unprotected type in a regulated mod comes from someone who has been at it for a good number of years now and wrote a guide about this on another vaping site. The DemonFire can be found at the smile.amazon as well as the regular vist from web pages but asks which charity to make a donation to. Amazon.com: IMR 18350 1200mAh 3.7V High Drain LiMn Demonfire Rechargeable Battery with Button Top (2 Pieces): Electronics

The other batteries I ordered from Orbitronics won't be coming in until at least the end of the month since those are being shipped in from China. For $19.66 I got a buy on Black Friday for an 8 pack of the UltraFire 1200mah High Drain 18350s seen at Amazon.com: ON THE WAY® 8pcs 18350 3.7V 1200mAh Rechargeable High Drain Flat Top Battery (Orange): Electronics

That was actually the first order when first seeing the smile.amazon link and got prompted to order them on the smile page once I selected the Vape for Vets option where 5% is donated off of the total price. I'm still waiting endlessly for the Smok Guardian II variable wattage epipe I ordered now almost 30 days ago that only a few places have seen come in. When spotting that many for a good price I snagged those up!

I still have some old 18350s from the first Smoktech DSE601 automatic epipe with plastic inserts instead of threaded on tanks I ordered by mistake missing the one i was after by one digit 601C. The 618 model that followed was then 510 threaded and eventually the Guardian mechanical version I got was followed by the one I'm still waiting for. Those old 700s can still work along with a few other UltraFite 3.7v 1200s I ran into a year ago. In an APV like a Vamo you can run with one or two in order to sub for an 18650 with the pair installed as a series.
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06 Dec 2014   #1025
Dude

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

I take that as a yes, thank you! I will order some soon.
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06 Dec 2014   #1026
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

I wasn't sure on the DemonFire batteries at first but had heard good reports on those. With the UltraFires I have been using the unbranded version of the 5000mah pairs I picked up at Tmart.com for $7.58 some time back and not one problem. Those were 18650s however while I know the brand is good.

As for Efest? Forget those! If you get into some aluminum mods regulated or not the batteries are simply too fat to squeeze down in! I have some 3400mah 3.7s I could toss into the trash bin if you follow me on that. While those are still a good brand they are best left for flashlights!
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07 Dec 2014   #1027
Dude

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

I just had to fill my tank again, I'm loving the Nautilus
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07 Dec 2014   #1028
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

I'm finding that I prefer the Nautilus now over the Smok Tumblers while those are great for use on the eGo type VV/VW batteries as well as the smaller 3-15w or like iTaste VV v3.0 and the MVP which are 6w-11w the ideal wattage range for those.

The Nautilus however was the first 5ml size tank except for the Smok HBC 5ml and GBC(plastic body alert) 4ml tanks that actually outperforms the Tumblers as well as running upwards of 14w without going too hot on the vape from a particular flavor. Some stuff you have to keep down under 10w for sure since those ejuices run best at the cooler temps. Sounds like some cpus I could mention as well!

Presently however being that it's a smaller 4ml tank I've been running with the more recent Smok T-Dux 4.0 tank on one of the Eleaf iStick 20w mods here while keeping the other tucked away in pocket with a Tumbler and Bending Adapter to have on me. For a good size tank without being too big for something smaller those seem to work well. But they lack the air flow control and a beauty ring on a 510/eGo adapter seems to allow for better air flow then when flush down on a Vamo or other 510 connector.
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07 Dec 2014   #1029
Joan Archer

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32 bit/Windows 10 64bit
 
 

Not read all 103 pages here but my son and daughter-in-law have just started using them.

Me I used the patch, I tried before even went to a doctor and had hypnosis but it didn't work so I obviously wasn't ready to give up. Then after 60 years of smoking decided to give up, got a box of lozenges one Friday couldn't stand them they were horrible but I put up with them over the weekend then on the Monday went to the doctor and got a course of the patch.

That was nearly 9 years ago and I couldn't believe how easy it was.
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07 Dec 2014   #1030
Night Hawk

W7 Ultimate x64/W10 Pro x64 dual boot main build-remote pc W10 Pro x64 Insider Preview/W7 Pro x64
 
 

Back after only 3yrs. of regular cig smoking at 3packs a day I quit cold turkey for about 8months straight without any patch, gums, lozenges, inhalers, or pills! Will power determines if you really want to do something!

Besides being a nasty habit and club hopping in those days the menthol served a purpose that has been replaced by a smoke free alternative. Going back to smoke over vapor? No longer possible!

I think a good number of people who read this thread won't want to miss this one!

Oh... How true it is!!! Finally the media is owning up to all the crud they have been allowing in the UK as well as the US but the US media still has a ways to go before deciding to get it in gear and convey the real facts!

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Though, in an ideal world, people would simply be able to quit using nicotine altogether, experience suggests that many smokers cannot – or do not want to – give it up, and will continue to smoke if there is no safe and acceptable alternative. If smokers are willing to accept personal nicotine vaporizers as a viable option, high-risk tobacco use could become a thing of the past.
See more at: The beef against electronic cigarettes is based on false evidence | Opinion , Commentary | THE DAILY STAR
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