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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

07 May 2015   #1571
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
The vendor I order from doesn't require any steep time. The flavors are ready to vape out of the bottle. They will start to darken up after a good period of time however.
Yes, mine too.
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07 May 2015   #1572
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

More Clouds...
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08 May 2015   #1573
Night Hawk

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

I think you may find that many are not cloud chasers while most will get more from their vaping when the vapor as well as flavor gets a boost. I just heard from someone wanting advice on what to get for a new tank still running 510 cartomizers on an old mech mod and tired of dry wicking issues. Apparently that was one person who never got as far as anything BDC or BCC.

As far as the wait for steeping with most vendors who I have either tried flavors from or included samples with hardware orders the usual is not having to wait long if any wait is needed. A few vendors sell ejuice that is already quite dark in color right out of the bottle. Most however seem to be quite light in color when first seen depending on which flavors they happen to be. Root beer, Cola, coffee, and other drink flavors will tend to be darker.
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08 May 2015   #1574
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
I think you may find that many are not cloud chasers while most will get more from their vaping when the vapor as well as flavor gets a boost. I just heard from someone wanting advice on what to get for a new tank still running 510 cartomizers on an old mech mod and tired of dry wicking issues. Apparently that was one person who never got as far as anything BDC or BCC.

As far as the wait for steeping with most vendors who I have either tried flavors from or included samples with hardware orders the usual is not having to wait long if any wait is needed. A few vendors sell ejuice that is already quite dark in color right out of the bottle. Most however seem to be quite light in color when first seen depending on which flavors they happen to be. Root beer, Cola, coffee, and other drink flavors will tend to be darker.
I am definitely not a cloud chaser. My niece let me try her Mod... I gag. Lol.
Just thought these images were humorous.
I think it looks ridiculous. The other day, I was at Timmy's having a Java on the patio and this couple came along. They both had Mods and that's exactly what they were doing. They let out huge bellows of vapor. Not a care in the world. The clouds enveloped the people at the next table. These people didn't say a word. I would have been choked and said something. It was really disrespectful.
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10 May 2015   #1575
Night Hawk

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

The unfortunate side of all that is some simply wanting to be showmen with a form of bragging rights?! When compared to someone else simply looking to get more of their vaping experience like I know others besides myself here have been trying to you end up with two types of vapers.

One clear example of showmen would be looking at the vaping contests some places hold where people compete to make the largest of the bunch. For those who simply want to impress everybody by blowing clouds around it can resemble how it was for cigar smokers annoying the average cig smoker in contrast. The analogy being rude and inconsiderate.

Here I can increase the vapor levels without appearing to be a volcano blowing it's top. I could easily start running with 100% VG and hand picked flavors to see much better results at making gushers but prefer the increase in seeing the flavors brought to life more robustly with the improvements in hardwares like running with better tanks. The experience of having gone from CE2 top coiled long wicked 1.6ml as well as blank refillable cig alike cartridges that saw a bit too much dry wicking at times as well as the poor vapor production to the latest BDC, BCC, BVC, sub ohm tanks on better made VV/VW batteries and mods has been a tremendous leap over the last 2 1/2yrs. time.
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11 May 2015   #1576
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
The unfortunate side of all that is some simply wanting to be showmen with a form of bragging rights?! When compared to someone else simply looking to get more of their vaping experience like I know others besides myself here have been trying to you end up with two types of vapers.

One clear example of showmen would be looking at the vaping contests some places hold where people compete to make the largest of the bunch. For those who simply want to impress everybody by blowing clouds around it can resemble how it was for cigar smokers annoying the average cig smoker in contrast. The analogy being rude and inconsiderate.

Here I can increase the vapor levels without appearing to be a volcano blowing it's top. I could easily start running with 100% VG and hand picked flavors to see much better results at making gushers but prefer the increase in seeing the flavors brought to life more robustly with the improvements in hardwares like running with better tanks. The experience of having gone from CE2 top coiled long wicked 1.6ml as well as blank refillable cig alike cartridges that saw a bit too much dry wicking at times as well as the poor vapor production to the latest BDC, BCC, BVC, sub ohm tanks on better made VV/VW batteries and mods has been a tremendous leap over the last 2 1/2yrs. time.
Lol. Ah yes, this is a good comparison.
I lack in experience as far as time and equipment goes. Though I do research. I am still stuck on the for-mentioned. How ever, they have helped me to finally quit smoking.
I still have a hard time finding juices I like. Then I wonder, maybe it's not the juice but the equipment I'm using. Maybe it's time to step up my game. I'm just not sure what to invest in. I don't want something that makes me choke. I felt self conscious being a smoker because it became such a taboo. So I want something that is less conspicuous...and I definitely don't want to make bellows of vape.
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11 May 2015   #1577
Elljay

Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)
 
 

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11 May 2015   #1578
Night Hawk

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

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Elljay View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Night Hawk View Post
The unfortunate side of all that is some simply wanting to be showmen with a form of bragging rights?! When compared to someone else simply looking to get more of their vaping experience like I know others besides myself here have been trying to you end up with two types of vapers.

One clear example of showmen would be looking at the vaping contests some places hold where people compete to make the largest of the bunch. For those who simply want to impress everybody by blowing clouds around it can resemble how it was for cigar smokers annoying the average cig smoker in contrast. The analogy being rude and inconsiderate.

Here I can increase the vapor levels without appearing to be a volcano blowing it's top. I could easily start running with 100% VG and hand picked flavors to see much better results at making gushers but prefer the increase in seeing the flavors brought to life more robustly with the improvements in hardwares like running with better tanks. The experience of having gone from CE2 top coiled long wicked 1.6ml as well as blank refillable cig alike cartridges that saw a bit too much dry wicking at times as well as the poor vapor production to the latest BDC, BCC, BVC, sub ohm tanks on better made VV/VW batteries and mods has been a tremendous leap over the last 2 1/2yrs. time.
Lol. Ah yes, this is a good comparison.
I lack in experience as far as time and equipment goes. Though I do research. I am still stuck on the for-mentioned. How ever, they have helped me to finally quit smoking.
I still have a hard time finding juices I like. Then I wonder, maybe it's not the juice but the equipment I'm using. Maybe it's time to step up my game. I'm just not sure what to invest in. I don't want something that makes me choke. I felt self conscious being a smoker because it became such a taboo. So I want something that is less conspicuous...and I definitely don't want to make bellows of vape.
At first I didn't actually know what to think since while having waited for some time to find out more about "smokeless" or electronic cigarettes to use at times and places when you couldn't light up as well as the substitution of smokeless for smoke there wasn't much information even heard. You didn't even find a single report in any media just a few years ago until the "Fear Monger" scare tactic fabrications came about when the Big $$$$ interests realized vaping would kill off the Big Ts(tobacco companies) and the Big Pharma was not going to have a market for nic patches, gums, chemical loaded nicotine inhalers(some 40 chemicals to an the PG/VG, flavoring(s), nicotine seen with ecigs).

The FDA at first was pressured to investigate by the Obama admin which ended up setting off in their own direction treating ecigs as unregulated medical devices wanting a total ban until overruled by a federal judge! The shipments coming into shopping malls, tobacco and specialy shops back in 2008-09 being detained had to be then let through. And of course those all had "made in China" on them as the industry has since grown phenomenally there.

In contrast to the very few mech mods and cig look alikes seen then the early bird APV(Advanced Personal Vaporizers) like the Smoktech Vamo V2 were just out back in late 2012 as well as 650mah eGo batteries with 2250mah being the long life for 18650s. Once I started sampling for a then new to come ejuice vendor the sadly lacking CE2 clearomizers, DCT tanks(510 threaded cartomizer inserts) suffered greatly when trying to evaluate each new flavor most by the same while still off on those from a few other sources tried. 2013 was a long year to get to the 1300mah eGo VV/VW batteries and SMOK Tumbler tanks that definitely were the rule not only for me but for those who had recommended them running them at 6-10w on the old 3-15w, and Innokin 6-11w batteries and mods.

2014 went by much better while still needing that extra edge now being seen with the sub ohm tanks that are geared for higher watts without turning into the hot vape many still fear as seen with the too high on volts for CE2-CE4 outdated long wicked compared to the BCC, BDC, and especially updated clearomizers seeing BVC or Bottom Vertical Coil and even word on BDVC or Bottom Dual Vertical Coil in the 1.6ml eGo type clearomizers. Those still sadly lack however since while the dry wicking is gone the low output seen on eGo type batteries and still able to crank volts, watts leaves those limited.

Now besides RDAs and mech mods one other new tank lately supports 20w-100w on the newer, latest VW mods seen out. There's a lot to take in however to find the winning combo that will suit your personal needs the best however! Once you get as far as seeing great vapor and flavors made far more robust in the process the cig alikes and small eGo type batteries will tend to sit on the shelves. Yet I still keep a few Tumblers in use while having two mod stands with VW type batteries along with a few mods running typically for a few fast grab menthol flavors or those were menthol was requested. That can work at times like a drink on the ice during the warmer weather.
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14 May 2015   #1579
vapordan11

Windows 7
 
 

So a few weeks after I purchased the IPV4, I just found out they are coming out with a Sigelei 75W www.vaporizerchief.com/sigelei-75w-box-mod/ version with temperature control. It looks like temp control mods are the way of the future. How do you guys think this will stack up against the IPV4?
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14 May 2015   #1580
Night Hawk

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

Sigelei has a good name and there is always some other new mod to be coming out. I found that out when Innokin announced the 30w MVP 3.0 just after I had ordered the 20w. When the 30w and 50w iSticks with temp control were announced I waited and skipped over the 30w for a pair of the 50Ws which have worked out very well.

The temp sensor keeps the internal components from being overheated as the tank attached heats up when turning the watts up. That's an updated layer of protection now being seen with a number of better made regulated not mechanical mods. I was looking at the IPV4s here but passed due to the initial high pricing being seen on those as well as a list of other similar mods. I ended up with a 150w Luyoun wooden box mod for less as well as picking out a few other 50w models for about the same as the 50w iStick is going for which works with the Atlantis sub ohm tanks nicely! iPV4 100W Box Mod seen now for only $75.99

SMY is another one with some great looking compacts in the ball park as well. Speaking of high prices if you are considering the Authentic Sigelei 75W Box Mod W/ Temperature Control you can find that for a bit less as well by simply shopping around. I paid about $45 + S&H with 510/eGo adapter and charging cord while other places wanted $60 for same as a kit by doing a little pricing homework.

Once you try going over 50w the tank or RDA will play a role however. I'm trying to relocate one new sub ohm tank in the works that will handle 20w-100w just seen lately. That particular tank would simply be for use with the 150w mod since the Nautilus and Atlantis tanks have been otherwise doing the job very well on the other APVs and box mods alike. The temp sensoe feature is certainly something to consider for any new mod at this time.
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