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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

19 Sep 2014   #171
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
I'll never understand how flavors are so different with vaping.

I had to place an order with Good Life for another 50ml bottle of Deadly Sin (Love that stuff) and thought I'd try some more of their other flavors. So, I picked up a small 10ml bottle of Fairys Blood, as recommended by a friend. It just got here a little while ago.

Just filled up the Kayfun, and OMG I can't put this stuff down.

And here's what I mean by opening statement...
I HATE black licorice. I Despise it and just can't tolerate it. It's just nasty to me. No offense to licorice/anise lovers out there. Thats just me.



But WOW this stuff is good. The licorice I can taste on the inhale and its light. Not overpowering. But on the exhale you get the strawberry ... and an orange I think?
Hard to describe. But the description says even those that do not like anise/licorice may like it. Its true for me.
Fairy Blood - Good Life Vapor

Anyway, just thought if anyone tries a flavor they love, tell us about it. Lots of flavors/vendors out there ranging from bad -> mediocre -> amazing.

Good Life hasn't let me down so far.
Cool mate.

I joined the biggest vaping forum on the net a few days ago, I asked for suggestions on good places to get high quality Juices from in the UK. Apparently this place is very good so I will be ordering quite a few flavors when I get paid on the 29th. Electronic Cigarettes | E Cigs | E Liquid - Totally Wicked
Can't wait, I am getting sick of the cheap juices I have and am really looking forward to trying some new stuff.
Of course I will update with the flavors I get and my thoughts when I get them
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19 Sep 2014   #172
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I've heard a lot of good things about Totally Wicked but never tried them. Let us Know!
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19 Sep 2014   #173
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Wishmaster View Post
I've heard a lot of good things about Totally Wicked but never tried them. Let us Know!
Well that's good to know. I will be straight on with my thoughts once I get the new liquids.

I bought these from Amazon, I actually ordered them before I got the MVP 2 so they were for the Ego but they have the same fitment. I am very impressed with them and they were cheap 7 X Shisha Pen GS_H2 Clearomizer Atomizer Ego T: Amazon.co.uk: Health & Personal Care

Works out less than 1.40 for each one. I also checked on Amazon and you can replace the coils for 80 pence so it works out very cheap. Honestly I prefer them to the Kangertech Mini Protank 3.

I think I will order another batch and then I can put a juice in each
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19 Sep 2014   #174
SIW2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Vista x64 / 7 X64
 
 

Quote:
Replaceable/Rebuildable Bottom Coil
In that case, why do yo need 7? How does one replace/rebuild the coils? Sounds like it might be part of the whole experience - building your own coils.

I am losing the plot here- do all these tops fit the same batteries?
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19 Sep 2014   #175
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

The coils are complete units for these so it's simply a case of unscrewing the bottom of the tank, unscrewing the coil and screwing the new one in. Very simple.
The actual complete units with coils in as I say are just under 1.40p each but the coils are only 80p each so it would be cheaper (not by much) to replace the coils.

Coils - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rebuildable-...S4VWN45FFGR88B

Edit: As far as needing 7, different juices in each. Easier I guess if you like to have a few on the go which I do.
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19 Sep 2014   #176
SIW2

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So the actual battery or pen is different for each make? Or are they mostly the same, with just some monster sized ones here and there.
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19 Sep 2014   #177
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Rebuilding is a blast!

I know I've mentioned the Kayfun and how much I love mine.
For those the least bit curious whats involved with these types of RTAs, here's a simple way to build them but a good idea. You can make your coil as a chimney, as dual coil (shotgun) and use tons of different types of wick. However you want to do it.

He does a review of it, but just skip to 11:30 for the actual build of it.



There are other RTAs but this ones popular due to its simplicity yet multiple options on how to build it.

And yea, you don't really want to re-use a atomizer with different flavors. It'll work itself out, if you need to, but those first few draws might end up tasting nasty depending on the flavors being mixed. And some flavors just wont go away. For example, Peppermint will linger and tint any new flavor with it for a long time.

With these and changing juices its just a matter of rinsing it out, and re-wicking. So it's like a new atomizer gain.
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19 Sep 2014   #178
derekimo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
Derek, I really want you to stop smoking, so if you can just vape with the stuff you have for the next 24 hours then I'll PayPal you $200 to get a decent setup
Damn, I just saw this John. I was giving myself one smoke today and that was a couple hours ago.

I can do 24 hours though, a good wager is always a nice motivator.

Thanks for the extra motivation.
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19 Sep 2014   #179
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
So the actual battery or pen is different for each make? Or are they mostly the same, with just some monster sized ones here and there.
They are different between makes. Sounds more confusing than it actually is though.

There are 2 different types with various sizes between makes.

Some are built in and can not be replaced. you'll see this mostly in the "Pen" type. And the power it can supply will vary on the battery used between each make.

When these goes dead you have to plug it up to charge it.
If it goes bad you replace the entire unit.
The battery size will vary between vendor/make.


When you move up into the bigger tube mods, the battery is user replaceable.

My Provari for example can use 18650 (2000 mAh) or 18490 (1100mAh) batteries. I can use either I want.
When it goes dead, I remove it and place it in the charger and put a second fully charged on in and keep on going. No downtime to charge time if you have a second back ready to go.
If the battery goes bad in these types, just toss it and get a new battery (about 10-12$). The unit itself will be fine.

As you would expect, the higher the mAh the battery, the longer it can go between charges.
I have 1 of each and the 18650 will last almost twice as long as the 18490.
Despite being smaller, the 18490 will still get me through an entire day of heavy vaping. And they are equally powerful. The size just determines how long it can last.

Most you can buy these days should get you through the day before needing charged though.

They should all tell you though what mAh the battery on the unit is and whether or not its user replaceable.
Which way to go is ultimately a matter of preference.
They all work the same (in regards to battery) and battery life will be dependant on the mAh and how much you use it. And, if using a variable, what power settings you use comes into play as well.
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19 Sep 2014   #180
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SIW2 View Post
So the actual battery or pen is different for each make? Or are they mostly the same, with just some monster sized ones here and there.
The biggest difference now days is local availability in drug stores convenience stores...
It wasn't always like that so they are easy to try one of the disposables before buying a starter kit,

But the serious vapors usually go for the big rig although they stick out like a sore thumb,
About like whipping out a large Cuban cigar
But pretty darn versatile as far as tweaking goes.
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