Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster
There will still be a few obstacles to overcome with vaping,but if you ever tried to quit before without success I think you'll find this road a lot easier one to stick with and succeed than other methods.
I think the desire to quit is the key factor though that will get you through will minimal issues.
Vaping really does work though, and as long as you have the desire to stick with it and away from the tobacco you'll make it just fine!!
A good 50% of the reasons for smoking as long as I did was for allergy control which may sound a bit odd at first until comparing costs with prescriptions that didn't do much for the higher costs. Vaping has proven itself numerous times over as the smokeless method of ... not nicotine but menthol delivery!
The term "Electronic Cigarette" actually came up a decade ago but was thought to be nothing more then a novelty type item since no other information was available. Five years ago someone started talking about ecigs in the wrong spot on another site and was advised to an offtopic section and never posted anything else. Now vaping is starting to become a household term in a relatively short time as more information as well as positive results from studies reveals effectiveness! Can't knock that any!
Quote: Originally Posted by xips
This will be the toughest part for me. When indulging in bratwurst I can take on a moderation is for monks attitude because they are so good. I plan on using a Ninja blender for smoothies to keep me sated, I hope.
Did you know with certain veggies platters and other treats you can actually "eat like a horse" and not gain an ounce?! Self Control as well as avoiding if not cutting back entirely on processed foods loaded with sugars will be a plus factor in that concern!
Quote: Originally Posted by xips
Thanks for the current information. I wonder how accurate the sensing circuits are for different brands. I've seen cheap meters that read ±10% off. Sub ohm setups look interesting but I'm not sure how practical it is yet. More research for me.
Some of the latest compact but higher wattage box type mods ilke those with SIHI chips tend to reign in those depts. But! Except to pay out a nice chunk of change. Since the end of 2012 the rush to top the next with higher wattage has put many into a slumber on what to choose since other then rebuidable atomizers and those who would rather make clouds the basic tanks easier for the new or simply not fussy haven't been there until the first sub ohm tanks started appearing last fall. Competition is now seeing tanks rated for 50-70+ finally appearing despite watts climbing over 300w during the last couple of years.
As for any real quality in meters I would prefer to have a $1,000 scope over the "real cheap" separate meters which mostly lack sadly on any degree of accuracy. They are fast sells for vendor shelves but a bit too far from any reliable testing gear. The onboard temp sensors help to keep the tank, coils, atomizer, and batery or device temperature within reason to prevent damages. That is all internal and unseen however.
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone
As long as you get a mod/ battery system that can do both conventional tank like the nautilus mini and a sub-ohm tank you'll at least have room to grow,
I can't sub-ohm on the itaste even if I wanted to try it
But sub-ohm's are for the tinkerer anyway which I'm not I like easy.
I see I misspelled ileaf
The Nautilus is a great line-up for those who like to run things cooler but are getting into the 20w-30w-40w even 50w types which showing up all over. Depending on what you put in a tank however will be what seems to have the largest effect on the wattage range you vape with the 5ml and mini tanks alike able to handle a bit over but not much over 20w.
The sub ohm tanks tend to start off at about 15w for the low side with 20w-30w for most and with select flavors right upto 50w. New tanks coming out just lately mock the Atlantis, Kanger sub ohm, and Horizon Artic but are claiming the 50-70w range.
I suspect the new MVP3.0 30w will be the one there. "...precisely maintained between resistances of 0.4 to 2.5 ohms." clears that right up fast with the information from one vendor. Innokin MVP 3.0 30 Watt - Innokin - Electronic Mods
As for battery or mod that will always come down to personal preferences regardless of how long you vape. Over time most will tend to lean at one type of battery or mod over others. I talk with those who started a few years ahead of me who still look mainly at eGo and eGo type batteries both VV and non variable who tend to collect. Others who want to steam things up will be rushing at RDA, RBA and wrapping their own coils while others simply to keep things at 6-15w.
What I get from going higher to sub ohm tanks being run 20-30w and sometimes bumped up a little higher is the feel more it would be if I was still lighting up which is where the draw would seem to be for mainly looking at rebuildables and high wattage gears. For some that would be for impressions while for others that would be showmen. For practical experience from sampling flavors by different sources the collection here has been mainly for having options while still having preferences at the same time.