Hi guys. So I unsubscribed to my favorite thread on Seven Forums 2 weeks ago due to one member on here totally taking over the whole thread. I don't think I am alone in this as slowly but surely everyone has stopped posting in it.
It was a great thread, we all had fun and shared our experiences every day (not in the form of a mini novel on each reply). It should NOT be a one man show! If someone posts here then everyone should show a genuine interest in what the person has said not use it as a platform to post endless amounts of stuff about themselves. Some may have been vaping longer than others, that knowledge can be passed on but not 100 times in the same thread to the exact same people! Remember those people actually have brains that learn stuff and can actually become very knowledgeable in the subject in no time at all!
The thread has helped a lot of us (many thanks to Wishmaster for starting it!)and I truly miss posting here and now feel that why should I stop posting here just because of 1 person. I am not going to mention a name. I don't want to get into an argument and for that reason I will not be responding to any posts in any shape or form from the person in question.
I just want to post in my favorite thread again like a few other people I know.
So with that crap out of the way, onto my most recent stuff...
I got a back up mod delivered yesterday, it's a Hana clone. Nowhere near the quality of the genuine Hana's (and nowhere near the price either thankfully!) but it's not bad. I had some issues with it but with the help of the vendor it's all been sorted now. The Subtank fits on it real nice as it's wider than my IPV V2 so there is no overhang.
I also got a load of stuff delivered to start mixing my own juices. It works out real cheap as Wishmaster has already said. The 3 flavors I got smell nice and don't taste bad but require some steeping as I have made it fresh. I went for a 50/50 mix at 6mg as the Atlantis and Subtank kick out some serious watts/lung punishing hits!
I also have 3 new flavor concentrates on order that get rave reviews and I will let you know what they are like when I test them.
It's a lot easier than I thought to mix your own juices with the help of a decent calculator lol.
I am also re-wicking my own Atlantis coils now with the help from this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6ZB...ature=youtu.be
It's actually very easy. I have it down to 5 mins now. The actual coil lasts a lot longer than the wicking material so in replacing that a few times an individual coil can last for 2-3 months which is awesome. I used some Japanese organic cotton which is very cheap to buy.
That is all from me for now