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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

04 Nov 2014   #661
Night Hawk

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

Cloud making goes to extremes similar to what we might call "bragging rights" over someone who puts together an ultimate gaming pc. Only this new technology is intended for matters involving health Wishmaster as I am sure you realize only too well.

Dressed mech mods are also things people tend to envy over the typical eGo or Joytech battery once you have been vaping for some time and start looking at the various product lines. Wooden bodied mods as well as wraps which are much like decal stickers you toss on batteries and mods are popular too.

Now for you a second Welcome to the thread is in order! Elljay First off if you want to shrink the photos down a bit a free app called PaintNet will resize them for you as well as with a variety of image file types. GetPaintNet That is a great help for things like avatars and signatures however while the quick and easy way is to have an account you upload photos and images to online and then post a direct link to avoid a large display when using the insert pic option. Here's a few to show you quickly.
Vape'n'Coffee ... MVP2.0 and iTaste VV v3.0s ... Epipe added June 2013 ... First Mod Stand Dec. 2013 ... Various Types Tried These are all stored online at a free online storage site anyone can sign up at seen at TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting

Posting a direct link will of course save on thread space and you simply open links for photos in a new window(or tab depending on browser settings). Those show my collection as it was starting to grow over time. Originally I started off with a couple disposables as well handing one out to a friend to try out. Then I moved into a Bloog Beginner starter kit much like the one at the link here only including a metal carrying cases and the ac wall plug, usb adapter included with the pair of 78mm automatic batteries. Basic Electric Cigarette Starter Kit | Electric Cigarette Starter Kit | Starter Kit Electric Cigarettes | E-Cigarettes Starter Kits | E-Cig Starter Kit

Then before getting into a Smoktech Vamo V2 at he beginning of last year I spotted a then 808 threaded 650mah battery with the 1.6ml clearomizers that were obviously someone they started ordering wholesale only with their brand name on them. I was able to swap the blue tanks off of the 1.6ml clearomizers for the clear ones on Vision 1.6ml.s with ease! The 650s themselves turned out to be eGo-C 650s with Bloog stamped on them instead.

Once I tried the 650s(Bloog) and then Vamo V2 I then started looking into the various eGo and even Vision Spinner batteries to start a collection of different sized batteries. In the same month I ordered the first pair of 650 eGo-C Twists which are variable voltage(VV) batteries before getting the 1300mAH Spinner) I simply tossed the Bloog stuff in a drawer as by then I was also done with tobacco after the first six months of vaping!

Now besides the existing collection I am expecting a brand new variable wattage epipe to be available by the end of next week! I seem to find myself among a large number of others waiting here in the states as well as in Canada and the U.K. it would seem! SMOK Guardian Epipe Mod II is the Smoktech's product page there for a good look!
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04 Nov 2014   #662
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

I had one of these delivered today (present for someone)

Eleaf iStick

Real little pocket rocket. Makes my MVP2 look like a real brick lol.

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04 Nov 2014   #663
Night Hawk

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

What did you end up paying for it? I ran into one vendor only wanting $35 for the silver and red. Others were sold out of black and silver but had the blue gong at $39-. The thing I didn't go for over the MVP or VTR was the lack of eGo threading requiring the 510/eGo adapter. If the person you are giving this too has eGo threaded tanks be sure to grab a few of the adapters for about $2.49 or so.

It does seem to make for a good backup mod to the MVP however which is also a 2600mah box mod. Those are the latest hot sellers for sure! What I miss is the Smok Groove II however that needed a fix for the battery compartment on the first model Smok had out. But the chip is the next problem seeing that give out too fast once I started using the one I had on a nightly basis for the after dinner vaper and then suddenly no more display for a few days more of use before going completely!

The MVP on the other hand has been reliable since day one when ordered one year ago this week in fact. I keep that on the mod stand I keep on a night stand when going to catch a flick or other tv shows recorded by the dvr. The VTR I keep by me while at the desk however for those times when I go from the tv to desk with a particular flavor and not worry about any battery needing a recharge! Either a 3400mah standard or 3100mah High Drain flat top used there while some 5000mah batteries I picked from TMart.com do well in the Vamos and Smok ACEs.

If I wasn't waiting for the Smok Guardian to be out in the next week I would have likely grabbed one of those to add in here! But Black Friday should be another interesting shopping day this year! That's when the vendors will knock the prices down on many things! That should even include the God Mod for those who want to sub ohm a bit! god mod youtube - Bing Videos
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04 Nov 2014   #664
paulpicks21

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

They seem to be sold out pretty much everywhere here. I managed to grab that one for 29.99 .

You see the silver thing in the box next to it? That's actually a 510 / eGo adapter.

It also came with a free wall charger.
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04 Nov 2014   #665
computertech19

Windows 10,Windows 7,Mac OSX
 
 

I've been vaping since my last cig on March 15,2013.

I have a KangerTech VV and Evod 2 setup and vape Bombies A real nightmare in 12mg.
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04 Nov 2014   #666
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I don't know if anyone else here has or has tried a Kayfun yet, but they are flat out awesome.

I love my Lite Plus, but I just noticed there's a new version called the Kayfun 5 Pawns:
Vaperev Shop - Kayfun Lite

Now I want one!! Got to have it ..... someone stop me. I really don't need anymore gadgets!
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04 Nov 2014   #667
Dude

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

Lesson learned, have a spare tank ready. I guess I bent it in my pocket. I don't have a spare tank, just coils. 3 weeks in and not a vapor store open close
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04 Nov 2014   #668
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 paulpicks21 View Post
They seem to be sold out pretty much everywhere here. I managed to grab that one for 29.99 .

You see the silver thing in the box next to it? That's actually a 510 / eGo adapter.

It also came with a free wall charger.
Most full kits will see an ac wall pugin included while the express kits will only see the usb charging adapter. It's good news to see that the 510/eGo adapter is included since there are now countless numbers for both 510 and eGo threaded tanks and clearomizers to pick from. $30 is a buy as well! Have a link?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by helpdesksupport View Post
I've been vaping since my last cig on March 15,2013.

I have a KangerTech VV and Evod 2 setup and vape Bombies A real nightmare in 12mg.
Hello helpdesksupport Welcome to the Seven Forums! My last regular caron was bought about that time and now have 24months of vaping under my belt. You look over one article that explains just how little of that 12mg will even absorbed into your system from vapor compared to how much you would get from just being in smoke filled rooms!

Try about 10 times more from cigarette smoke along with thousands of other toxins in comparison! To equal what you would get from even less then half a pack about 7 or so daily you would need about 60-120mg per bottle of e-juice! Nicotine absorbed from “passive vaping” is minimal and with no health implications

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dude View Post
Lesson learned, have a spare tank ready. I guess I bent it in my pocket. I don't have a spare tank, just coils. 3 weeks in and not a vapor store open close
I learned my lesson by carrying a 650mah eGo-T in my pocket with a 1.6ml clearomizer attached! It tore the connector right off leaving the red lead wire and black ground wire poking their heads up! The connector remained on the clearomizer.

For spare anythings I generally stay online where you don't end up paying the extra $$$ for local shop overhead prices. Many 2.5-4ml tanks are priced under $10. In fact if you carrying a spare tank of the same flavor you may want to consider something even better then a tank but a container. I mentioned the Innokin 10ml U Can earlier on this thread if you recall. Stainless steel and leak proof! https://www.misthub.com/product/inno...liquid-bottle/
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05 Nov 2014   #669
Wishmaster

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dude View Post
Lesson learned, have a spare tank ready. I guess I bent it in my pocket. I don't have a spare tank, just coils. 3 weeks in and not a vapor store open close
Been there done that myself.
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05 Nov 2014   #670
Night Hawk

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

I think we all have done something like that at one time or another either from trying to carry a battery or mod on you all day or just lounging around at home and stuffing something in a pocket and then oops!

For carrying batteries or small mods on you the solution I had was to increase the pockets! With the Carpenter type work jeans depending on brand like Wrangler having two additional large pockets right below the usual one for car keys, change holder, etc. those are where things don't get bent since you are then running down a leg.
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