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Windows 7: Any Vapers?

03 Oct 2014   #311

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Win 10 Pro x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
Great job, Derek. Sounds like you are really doing well. Good on you. Congratulations, my friend.
Thanks Steve, I am pretty impressed how well this is going so far.

This deadly sin is pretty good tasting stuff.
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03 Oct 2014   #312

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

I've bought a bunch of it, I know that.
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03 Oct 2014   #313

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

LOL. Yea Deadly Sin is one of my favorites.
I have to put it away and swap flavors to prevent that no taste thing happening but always go back to it. For me personally, its one of those I don't get tired of as easy as some other flavors.
I guess technically it's a tobacco vape. But, seem even those that don't like tobacco vapes ten to like it as well. I don't get that flavor from it that much. Just hints on occasion. But, when I do its a good tobacco.

Glad you guys are liking it too!
And huge Congrats to everyone having success.
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04 Oct 2014   #314

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

So, I'll throw this out there for anyone who may be considering one of the RTAs in the future.

I was impressed with the Russian 91% at first. And I do like it. But, after a few days using and messing with the Russian 91% and Kayfun Lite, I have come to the conclusion the Authentic Kayfun Lite is indeed the better option.
What it'll come down to if anyone is considering one is the price you can get them for. If its close to the same price, as mine were, Kayfun should be the choice IMHO.

Well, they are both very good RTAs. But with the Russian, I find myself having to adjust the 510 connection pretty much every time I refill or rebuild. This can be a good thing being able to adjust it, so as you can have a flush fit on any mod. But that little screw can get annoying and doesn't stay where its set. It always backs out or in everytime you remove the tank.

The Kayfun on the other hand is a no fuss set up. It just works right everytime with no fiddling. The fact the airflow is on the bottom isn't really a issue in the end. Since once its set it stays there and I never touch it. Unless I want to change it.

Another small difference is in the build. Both are basically the same. But not with certain builds. For example, I used a 32g twist to build a coil. This is taking 32g Kanthal, doubling it up and use a drill to make a twisted or braided wire.
On the Kayfun, its pretty easy to get set up. just like any other coil. On the Russian, it took a little more work to get the wires to fasten down under the + and - posts. They kept slipping out. It can be done sure, but seemed it took a little more attention than it should have is all.

So, the Kayfun is still my go to and prefered RTA.
I have now moved the Kayfun back onto the Provari, and is my main setup again. Im using the Russian on my LavaTube as a secondary for another flavor.
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05 Oct 2014   #315

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

Cheers for the update Wishmaster. I don't think I will go for a rebuildable. I don't really have the time right now. But useful to know.
I am still getting on well with the Nautilus. Except the other night I couldn't get the darn thing apart to refill it. I didn't think I overtightened it but I guess I did. I got it apart in the end with the help of some long nose pliers and a hammer (just joking on the hammer lol).

I ordered some of that Deadly Sin, it's being delivered to me in the UK. The shipping was not too bad at just over $9. I will let you know what I think of it if and when it arrives
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05 Oct 2014   #316

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

Paul, keep the pliers handy. Every time I have opened it, I had to use them I think it is the plastic that fits real tight on the bottom piece which seals it. I think that is the problem.
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05 Oct 2014   #317

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

No idea what causes them to not want to come apart.. Pressure inside maybe? Not sure. but its annoying when it happens
Keeping those pliers handy is a good idea because it will happen again.

I think you'll like Deadly Sin. It seems to be one of those flavors the majority find something to like about it.

The also have sample packs (4 bottles) at a discount so you can try a few flavors.
And the bigger bottle you buy, the cheaper it gets.
They have, IMHO, very good juices and are what I would consider quite fair on prices.

I'm ordering a few of their other offerings myself in small bottles to test out.
If I find 4 I like, I may go with the 4x50ml pack for $75. Thats should last me a good while with my monthly ZampleBox.
Seemed expensive till i done the math.

4-50ml bottles = 200ml of Ejuice.
At $75 thats 18.75 per bottle, or $3.75 per10 ml. A single 10ml is $6

That's not bad for a vendor juice IMHO. I just need to find 2 more I really like. So far, Deadly Sin and Fairy Blood are winners for me. The Fairy Blood probably isn't for everyone though.

I've tried alot of Vendor juices. Some very very good, but at $15 or so for a 10ml bottle, its not good enough IMO to justify the cost.
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05 Oct 2014   #318

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

I guess I will just have to be annoyed then. It's happened to me every time I have tried it.
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05 Oct 2014   #319

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

Yeah it is pretty annoying. I must have filled the tank at least 10 times now but thankfully I have only had to use the pliers once. Although I have had to put a lot of effort in getting it open most times.

I remember the reviews I watched, they all said don't tighten it too much but obviously you want to tighten it enough so you don't get juice everywhere. I will experiment a little.
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05 Oct 2014   #320

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

Hmm, essenbe not sure why you have to do that everytime. Not over tightening are you? Should just need to snug it up a little.

It happens to me on occasion, but not everytime.

I'm not sure what causes it, but I have a theory.
I think it may have something to do with pressure build up and heat. After a short time it tends to tighten a bit more. Or something along that line.
So if you have it snug, it should come off next time fairly easy.

My Russian needed the pliers to get the base of the tank earlier. But I did tighten it down pretty good. I thought it was leaking but it was just a error on my part.

Believe it or not, it really isn't that time consuming.
Although, the first couple times wrapping a coil can be a bit frustrating. But you'll pick it up real fast and it's pretty easy once you've done a couple times.
Once you get over that learning curve, takes about 10 minutes to wrap a coil and wick it.

That coil will be good for 2 weeks or longer. Unless you just want to change it. The wick (just cotton) can be changed when you swap flavor or starts loosing its flavor. Same flavor, that wick will be good at least a week.

The reason I say easier, is if you want to change flavors, it simply empty tank and rinse it.
Do a Dry burn. (Fire the coil with no wick to burn off debris)
Rewick, refill.
Now, if you change flavors a few times a day then yea, it can get time consuming I suppose. 5-10 minutes or so each time.

If you change your mind, do it again. That piece of cotton for a wick only costs you a couple pennys by the time its all said and done.
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