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Default 03-09-2017, 18:08 | posts: 4,759 | Location: Wolverhampton, UK

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https://www.vapetown.co.uk/collectio...nt=29681058119

Well you can't go wrong with this one.
That's £5 cheaper than my Vortex and specs are really good, especially like the top filling. Don't think you could go wrong with that one.

0.18 ohm, though. I assume this will be a smoke making monster. I've read that 0.8 ohm is the sweet spot for flavour and juice usage.
   
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Default 03-09-2017, 18:32 | posts: 19,964 | Location: US East Coast

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I've read that 0.8 ohm is the sweet spot for flavour and juice usage.
Not true at all. It depends on the tank and coil design as well as the amount of power applied to the coil and the material used for wicking.


   
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Default 03-09-2017, 23:36 | posts: 1,788 | Location: USA

I had strange smoking habits....smoked 2 cigs daily for about 4 years, then chewed for about 2 years, smoked an e-cig off and on for about a year and a half, and now nothing. Costs quite a bit when you add it all up, especially the e-cig refills....probably spent more on those than when I smoked actual cigs.
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 03:52 | posts: 30 | Location: luv my acres

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https://www.vapetown.co.uk/collectio...nt=29681058119

Well you can't go wrong with this one.
Internal battery or replaceable? Tank size?
Sorry I couldn't find the specs on that page.

I'm trying to give up the darts and I'm a farmer, so mods need to be ultra tough, can handle vibrations and lots and lots of dust. Think of a mod that needs to live in the outback.

So far the Rebel fits that bill.
What I'd really like is to hear from someone who owns one. Not many reviews of it unfortunately.
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 06:39 | posts: 1,122 | Location: Bulgaria

Forgot to paste the link in my previous post, but now I'm not sure if it is up to the task anyway ..

http://www.joyetech.com/product/ego-...ith-cubis-d19/
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 08:45 | posts: 30 | Location: luv my acres

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Forgot to paste the link in my previous post, but now I'm not sure if it is up to the task anyway ..

http://www.joyetech.com/product/ego-...ith-cubis-d19/
That would be perfect, except for the tank size.

It's funny, if there's one corner they have missed it's rugged larger tube mods.
There aren't many choices. I can get a gazillion different boxes.
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 09:26 | posts: 1,122 | Location: Bulgaria

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That would be perfect, except for the tank size.

It's funny, if there's one corner they have missed it's rugged larger tube mods.
There aren't many choices. I can get a gazillion different boxes.
The tank should be 4ml. I have it. May be it is listed as 2ml by mistake, or because of the new regulations, but you can still buy the 4ml. And what about silicone case/wrap like this one?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Silicone-Cas...-/302240664003
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 10:50 | posts: 2,753 | Location: M.K. England.

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Internal battery or replaceable? Tank size?
Sorry I couldn't find the specs on that page.

I'm trying to give up the darts and I'm a farmer, so mods need to be ultra tough, can handle vibrations and lots and lots of dust. Think of a mod that needs to live in the outback.

So far the Rebel fits that bill.
What I'd really like is to hear from someone who owns one. Not many reviews of it unfortunately.
http://www.eleafworld.com/ijust-s/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjogiNb4V-E
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 11:14 | posts: 1,122 | Location: Bulgaria

Thatís also a pretty cool kit. One thing I donít understand is how does it work with different coils without having any kind of power adjustment. And is it a regulated battery with constant voltage or does the power drop with the charge?
   
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Default 03-10-2017, 11:40 | posts: 2,753 | Location: M.K. England.

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Thatís also a pretty cool kit. One thing I donít understand is how does it work with different coils without having any kind of power adjustment. And is it a regulated battery with constant voltage or does the power drop with the charge?
It should just automaticly adjust to each coil.
I think as the battery drains the voltage drops. I have the other aio batteries and when they drain I don't notice any difference when vaping them tbh.

Plus you can also get replacement batteries when needed.

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Default 03-10-2017, 20:47 | posts: 799 | Location: UK England

Best thing i ever did was to swap over to vaping about 4 years ago , before i used to smoke 20 cigs a day for 28 years or so , i've tried everything out there to stop before trying vaping ,even hypnotherapy .

Now i'm down to .08 mg of nicotine in my liquid from 20mg when i started , plus i mix my own juice now and make my own coils , the plan so far is working nicely for me hopefully in another month or so i will be down to zero nicotine and by Christmas this year i would have stopped vaping altogether .

On a side note ,since stopping the cigs i can't believe how bad they smell and how bad they make your breath and clothes smell to

GOOD LUCK to you all getting off the horrible cigarettes .
   
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Default 03-11-2017, 19:55 | posts: 8,160 | Location: Netherlands

I'm buying one as soon as i get my paycheck.

Slowly i'm starting to smoke more and more, about 22 a day now.
I'm also dealing with depression wich leads to more smoking and smoking...

I'm not a long time smoker though, so i can still get healthy.

Funny thing is, i always hated smoking it was so nasty, can't believe i started smoking at all.

I hope vaping will change my life, most of my friends use them too.
   
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Default 03-11-2017, 23:28 | posts: 2,753 | Location: M.K. England.

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I'm buying one as soon as i get my paycheck.

Slowly i'm starting to smoke more and more, about 22 a day now.
I'm also dealing with depression wich leads to more smoking and smoking...

I'm not a long time smoker though, so i can still get healthy.

Funny thing is, i always hated smoking it was so nasty, can't believe i started smoking at all.

I hope vaping will change my life, most of my friends use them too.
Good for you my friend.

There's so much to choose from, I know. But any of the kits I've listed will do you proud.

Also check out any of these videos:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSh...C3HtvKohu3Ws4A

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZ...oQry9KDGlddSBg

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiB...WBds1hrhxOLFZA

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt3...Zm-zZNcqgixyMw

And can't forget

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn3...76xjE7RcZjIpkg
   
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Default 03-29-2017, 08:00 | posts: 4,759 | Location: Wolverhampton, UK

I've managed to get 2 more tanks from the Socialite range (socialiteszero.com) as well as a variable wattage battery (Wismec Reuleaux RX mini).

Vortex (£20) vs INNOKIN iSubV (£17.50) vs INNOKIN iSub Apex (£10)

I bought the Vortex starter kit initially and was using their Heizenberg High VG liquid along with Fantasi Mango. Unfortunately, I was finding the centre of the coil for the Vortex was burning out quite quickly. This lead me to buy the other 2 tanks along with a battery (thinking they'd be better).

The iSub V was the first I tried and tbh, this was only ok for flavour, it actually tasted darker than the Vortex and lost quite a bit of flavour. Not very good, but, it's top filling.

The iSub Apex tank is slightly cleaner tasting, but, still affects the flavour and really isn't much of a step-up from the V. Nice build-quality, though.

I've actually found the Vortex tank to have the purest, crispiest flavour and seems to be "faster output" than the other two. So, it seems you do actually get what you pay for. I really like the RX mini battery, only have to charged twice a day now (with constant use). 30-33watts seems to be the sweet spot with a TCR of 92 for the Vortex, but, it's also bottom filling and the coils don't last long with sweet juices like Mango, but, the taste is great. I do recommend the Vortex tank if you're looking at this particular range and if you use normal high vg juice (not that sweet) the coils do last around 10 days (for me).
   
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Default 03-29-2017, 21:59 | posts: 21 | Location: Nebraska

been using a vapor pen/mod for over 2 years now, feel great and still really enjoy the nicotine while gaming, golfing or blowing it up my girlfriends rear.
   
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Default 03-30-2017, 06:21 | posts: 1,122 | Location: Bulgaria

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been using a vapor pen/mod for over 2 years now, feel great and still really enjoy the nicotine while gaming, golfing or blowing it up my girlfriends rear.
Begs the question Ė does she blow it right back at ya? Lol!

On topic Ė Iíve been testing the temperature control with one of my devices and Iím really surprised by how well it works. The 1ohm SS coil Iím using was a bit janky from the start and I was wondering if I should just give up and change it, but since Iíve switched to temp control Iíve never had a dry hit. The vape is super consistent and it looks like it is using less battery and liquid, like it should. Will do more testing with the RBA coil.
   
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Default 05-04-2017, 21:58 | posts: 1,926 | Location: Oxford UK

Time to breath a bit of life to this thread.

So I recently bought a Geekvape Tsunami dripper seeing its widely regarded as one of the best newbie drippers and a really solid dripper in general. So far I'm absolutely loving it! The vapour production and flavour are great and its easy to build on ( and I absolutely love tinkering with it be it rolling new coils or re-wicking to try and see how some flavours pop with it ).

My question, if anyone more experienced can answer it is as follows... howcome some liquids pummel my chest to smithereens but some don't ? I'm not much of a chemist but my all day vape is a Blackcurrant/aniseed, 70vg/30pg liquid which I'm totally in love with. I've tried a 50/50 version from the same brand and I can drip that easily too without any chest issues.

Certain other liquids that might be 80vg/20pg slam my chest to a point where I cough like hell for a while and its generally the first 3-6 puffs. For example I had some "perfumey" fruity flavoured 6mg 70/30 liquid left over so I thought I'd try and drip it but it felt quite rough on my chest. I put this on the nicotine amount but then I rewicked my dripper to try a 70vg/30pg Latte flavour which was a 3mg nicotine liquid and it really hit my windpipes in an awkward way which took me by surprise.

So what gives ? I was under the impression that higher vg stuff would be more mellow on your chest, especially at lower nic doses when you sub ohm. Is there a certain science to this where certain liquids are better vaped at lower or higher wattages ? With the afore mentioned Latte flavour I find its tolerable at 50 watts but still feels really rough at the back of my throat. If I vape it on my MTL tank it feels mostly fine.

[Edit] Stuck my mod on temp control and now one of the troublesome liquids appears to have been tamed a bit... that or whatever is left of my lungs is getting used to the troublesome liquid in question.

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Default 05-04-2017, 22:52 | posts: 6,596 | Location: Belgium

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I had strange smoking habits....smoked 2 cigs daily for about 4 years, then chewed for about 2 years, smoked an e-cig off and on for about a year and a half, and now nothing. Costs quite a bit when you add it all up, especially the e-cig refills....probably spent more on those than when I smoked actual cigs.
Depends on how much you smoke.

If you smoke half a pack to a full pack a day, vaping actually becomes quite a lot cheaper.
   
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Default 05-04-2017, 23:25 | posts: 1,340 | Location: New Zealand

Vaping costs me $20 weekly for my liquid and i use rebuildable tanks and the wire for my coils lasts along time, cigs was costing me $120 weekly, 1 pkt 20s cost about $25 here.
   
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Default 05-04-2017, 23:36 | posts: 1,340 | Location: New Zealand

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Time to breath a bit of life to this thread.

So I recently bought a Geekvape Tsunami dripper seeing its widely regarded as one of the best newbie drippers and a really solid dripper in general. So far I'm absolutely loving it! The vapour production and flavour are great and its easy to build on ( and I absolutely love tinkering with it be it rolling new coils or re-wicking to try and see how some flavours pop with it ).

My question, if anyone more experienced can answer it is as follows... howcome some liquids pummel my chest to smithereens but some don't ? I'm not much of a chemist but my all day vape is a Blackcurrant/aniseed, 70vg/30pg liquid which I'm totally in love with. I've tried a 50/50 version from the same brand and I can drip that easily too without any chest issues.

Certain other liquids that might be 80vg/20pg slam my chest to a point where I cough like hell for a while and its generally the first 3-6 puffs. For example I had some "perfumey" fruity flavoured 6mg 70/30 liquid left over so I thought I'd try and drip it but it felt quite rough on my chest. I put this on the nicotine amount but then I rewicked my dripper to try a 70vg/30pg Latte flavour which was a 3mg nicotine liquid and it really hit my windpipes in an awkward way which took me by surprise.

So what gives ? I was under the impression that higher vg stuff would be more mellow on your chest, especially at lower nic doses when you sub ohm. Is there a certain science to this where certain liquids are better vaped at lower or higher wattages ? With the afore mentioned Latte flavour I find its tolerable at 50 watts but still feels really rough at the back of my throat. If I vape it on my MTL tank it feels mostly fine.

[Edit] Stuck my mod on temp control and now one of the troublesome liquids appears to have been tamed a bit... that or whatever is left of my lungs is getting used to the troublesome liquid in question.
Hi, whats the wattage you vape at and coil type and ohm out of curiosity, I use maxvg juice 3mg nic at 50w in my Pharaoh single coil rta and on my Geekvape Griffin 25 Plus dual coil rta at 60w and its a really smooth vape
   
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Default 05-05-2017, 06:38 | posts: 1,926 | Location: Oxford UK

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Hi, whats the wattage you vape at and coil type and ohm out of curiosity, I use maxvg juice 3mg nic at 50w in my Pharaoh single coil rta and on my Geekvape Griffin 25 Plus dual coil rta at 60w and its a really smooth vape
The current dual coil build I got sits at around .2 ohms or just under and I tend to vape between 60 and 80 watts, generally more at 80 watts though.
   
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Default 05-05-2017, 10:03 | posts: 1,926 | Location: Oxford UK

Hmm rewicked and switched back to my all day blackcurrant flavour but in doing so the dripper must have had a bit of the Latte flavour still in there ( yeah, couldn't be bothered to clean the deck and just dry burned the coils ) and now I appear to have accidentally created a curry flavoured vape lol
   
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Default 05-06-2017, 08:53 | posts: 7,153

You really want to give up smoking, a new device that helps you do it effectively:





   
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Default 05-11-2017, 19:56 | posts: 8,160 | Location: Netherlands

Man i finally bought one, Eleaf iStick Pico with pineapple flavor. Gets here in 2 days.

Webshop i bought it from had some interesting info about actual cigarettes and what chemicals are in it and used for.
One chemical said to being used in freakin' rockets?! that sounds really really bad...

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Default 05-12-2017, 05:12 | posts: 1,926 | Location: Oxford UK

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Man i finally bought one, Eleaf iStick Pico with pineapple flavor. Gets here in 2 days.

Webshop i bought it from had some interesting info about actual cigarettes and what chemicals are in it and used for.
One chemical said to being used in freakin' rockets?! that sounds really really bad...
Grats on the purchase. If this is your first vape here's a couple of tips I wish I had known.

- The first 2 or 3 days might be weird as your body adapts to the vapour ( or the chemicals in it ) and gets used to not having all the crap from smokes. Your mood along with other bodily functions might go up and down like a rollercoaster but don't let it scare you. My body settled on day 3 but this might vary with each person.

- If it feels like you're not getting enough nicotine its possible your liquid isn't quite strong enough. I smoked about 15-20 rollies and when I made the switch I started with 12mg liquid and a cig-a-like pen but had to order 18mg which was spot on for me but I soon dropped back down to 12mg. For sub ohm though you don't want to go over 6mg and you would ideally vape higher vg liquids.

- Make sure you're stocked up on coils. In the beginning especially it will be easy to ruin the coils simply by vaping a lot as you try to familiarize yourself with the process and you'll be tempted to play with a shiny new toy. Make sure your tank always has enough liquid in it and ALWAYS prime your coils. If your device doesn't come with instruction on how to prime the coil, hit the internet and a quick search should do the trick.

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