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Too much for me
So I went by another local vape shop and picked up a few things. A 5 pack of the newer enclosed wick Kanger coils and so RY4 juice. Both are great, I really like the rich taste of the juice.
6 weeks today(not counting the minor mishap) and I'm loving the Mini Zmax
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Do most of you use watts or volts on your mods? I started with watts, but switched to volts. The volts go in .1 increments, but watts do .5 increments on mine. To me it seems better to use volts to try different settings.
Man, this RY4 is great. It has a taste of sweetness like caramel, and a nutty taste, but at the same time has a tobacco taste. Just like in the description.. https://cravingvapor.com/product/creamy-ry4/
go figure eh! I only picked up 30ml, but I have some more coming in the mail from the freebie I posted earlier. I'm getting the juice collection up to par so to say. Modest amount to what some others have, but I'm building it up. I will get some more bourbon, then try some different stuff.
Malwares by way of ecig batteries? NADA! Malwares by way of new Bluetooth APVs compatible with Android smart phones for access to settings? Possible but still not so likely. The latest APV with bluetooth capabiliry allows you to download updates much like firmware updates for optical drives or flashing the bios on a mother board when connecting to the manufacturer's support site. Had a lengthy conversation about this at in an advocacy group's FB page. (CASAA Citizen Action for Smoke-free Alternatives Association) Health warning: Now e-cigarettes can give you malware | Technology | The Guardian
This is just another form of negative propaganda Dude being spread by Fear Mongerers opposed to ecigs and as suspected encouraged by the large pharmaceutical interests since vaping threatens their billions in revenues from nicotine patches, gums, candy lozenges, prescriptions, etc.! The Big Pharma makes $$$$ mula keeping you sick!
The 400w fog machine may look a bit extreme there but 260w box mods are out this year! Soon the 400-500w range to be seen! I just picked up an Aspire Nautilus and had that going at the VTR's max 15w with the largest opening on the air flow controller and the vape was smooth.
As far as nicotine that actually isn't much more costly on health as caffeine which is found in soft drinks as well as coffee and tea(excluding herbal teas). The one know effect after long term consumption can be a slight hardening of arteries as one neurosurgeon had cautioned me about following major surgery back in the 1980s. I'm still leaving this world without my feet kicking even decades later!
Six weeks shows progressive there as well. Dude But I went 8months cold turkey and still picked it up again back when showing the old habit is able to resurface if you allow it to at a later date. Once six months passes and you reach the now 15months solid without even one analog then you know you have it licked! Plus there were no ecigs back in '80 when I went cold turkey for that length of time.
As for volts vs watts the preferences are different over time for each person as far as sticking with VV batteries and/or mods, APVs or turning up the watts. For cloud maker mods now being seen as you turn the watts up the voltage is automatically adjusted on many of the latest high watters. The latest Vamos are no longer seeing the separate option for adjusting the voltage independent of the setting for wattage. This is why the specs may show 3w or 5w up to 40w or 50watts 3.2v to 12v. Here's a few references some at vendors about Variable voltage vs Variable wattage to look over.
Variable Voltage (VV) vs Variable Wattage (VW) Vaping Devices
Understanding Variable Voltage/ Wattage Electronic Cigarettes
This next one is referred to as a Safe Vaping Voltage, Watts, and Resistance Chart you will want to get familiar with as it applied to Ohm's Law. Basic Ohm's Law
With many of the older style tanks and clearomizers keeping an eye on where you are and what the ranges are for the resistance of the coil or atomizer are can save you from burning something out. I had that happen on a Vamo V2 when discovering why a clearomizer was no longer working. The wattage setting went down from 3w to 15w! since those will do a complete 180 while other mods will work upwards only from the lowest 3w, 5w, or 7w like the MVP sees to the highest settings. For an easy calculation there's an online Ohm's Law Calculator that will simplify things.
Here;s another plus to start off the holiday with! E-cigarettes reduce tobacco cravings and help people quit smoking, study finds