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Dry Hits! by Matilda Deddlesture - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 14:25:22 EST ID:Hh1YYCL+ No.3668 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I just bought a starter kit from Vaporesso that came with a Veco One Plus tank on it, and I'm just not enjoying it at all. It seems like there's more of an issue than the tank not being great though, and I'm trying to figure out if I'm doing something wrong or if I got shitty coils.

They sent me two coil heads in the package, one cotton and one ceramic. I primed both by dropping some juice on the wicking material and letting it all absorb, then put the coil in, filled the tank, and let it sit for 10-15 minutes. I also start vaping at the low end of the recommended range and then build it up a bit.

The results just suck. The only flavor I get is a residual burnt cotton taste. I should clarify that it's not like taking a burnt or extremely dry hit that tastes like you ate a burnt cotton swab, it's just dry vapor that tastes like cotton. I've tried 3 or 4 different juices just to see if the one I was using suck, but it's all the same.

I started with the cotton coil head and feel like it got better after a break in period, but it still seemed off and there was very little flavor. I decided to try the ceramic one since a lot of people say Ceramic is better for flavor, but it's even worse. If I take a drag longer than ~2 seconds it tastes of burnt asshole. The device is also changing the resistance of the coil between .52 and .60 Ohms, which seems really fucking weird for a coil that came with the kit.

Should I just try another tank?
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Beatrice Clemblehork - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 21:10:52 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3668
Try the other coil, and before hitting it, close off the airflow and take a good, long (10+ second) drag without touching the button. Then start over, at the low end and working to where you like it. If this doesnt work. Buy a new coil. If that doesnt work, get a new tank. I reccommend supertanks, cleitos and smok tanks, with no particular preference.

Curious, what juice are you using?


Is there even such a thing as CBD oil for vaping? by Charles Sissletadging - Sun, 27 Aug 2017 18:56:41 EST ID:/ZQCtPyT No.3649 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Im looking for a vape oil with cbd does anyone have any recommendations?
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Edward Hebberfoot - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 14:01:17 EST ID:MA8zB+1c No.3651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Edward Hebberfoot - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 14:02:02 EST ID:MA8zB+1c No.3652 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Henry Murdhall - Wed, 30 Aug 2017 09:30:25 EST ID:Sb9p6SBO No.3654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3649
You should get some base juice and just add it to your regular juice so you don't have to go find your fav flav.
cbdvapejuiceDOTnet
i recomend the genesis vape e liquid, shit's cash
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Shitting Hummerridge - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 18:45:23 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3649
Pinnacle cbd makes great products, but i find myself using them under my tongue more often than not
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Nell Grandstock - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 10:01:21 EST ID:b+q1DVX2 No.3666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3649
i only vaped cloud 9 hemp. i cant really recommend any others


Cartridges by Matilda Hosslefune - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 03:46:53 EST ID:WrV8iAvZ No.3640 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Finding information on vaping is really hard to come by. So I have a buttonless vape pen, and it uses these kinds of things. Well, I bought a pack of 100 of them, and I'm wondering how long each cartridge lasts before I have to replace it with a new one. Was it a ripoff to buy 100 of them?
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Betsy Pugglespear - Mon, 21 Aug 2017 18:45:58 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3640
Finding information on vaping really isnt hard to come by... You just have an archaic setup. If it works for you then good, ut look into a smok v8 stick or something
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Matilda Berringbock - Fri, 08 Sep 2017 05:26:20 EST ID:Ff159QHG No.3660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3640
Did you just buy 100 empty cartridges? cause yeah, why? If anything you'd want to buy more than one battery which is what I end up doing.
I only buy pre filled cartridges. I got refill one time and it was a pain in the ass.

If you bought 100 of those filled, you're good to go for awhile I'd assume. You wouldn't be able to smoke it fast enough.


Launch Box? by Archie Follerture - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 22:34:56 EST ID:xYkFjDzw No.3653 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Regular weed smoker here, never vaped much. I've got bad asthma and need to switch to vape. Is a Launch Box s good option? I don't exactly feel like dropping $300+ on something I don't know I'll like.

I mainly just want to make sure it will get me stoned and not waste weed.
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Isabella Cruckledock - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 10:11:19 EST ID:za4Zac4G No.3655 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3653
Im using one right now. Im high off a little weed. You just cant tell cause the vapor is so thin but yh it working. I hadnt use for ages but it makes a nice change to a bong. There's prob better portable ones out there but I dont know what they are.
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Walter Gooddock - Thu, 07 Sep 2017 18:14:43 EST ID:sWtnrXxS No.3659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3653

I back the MFLB 100 percent. Like Isabella said, there might be better ones out there but you can't beat it for the price, and for herb smoking. I also have a G Pen, which was also $100 and that shit is trash, it's just an electronic pipe.

I've had my MFLB for about 5 years now, and I bought it off a friend second hand, who I used to use it with. There is a slight learning curve if you're coming from smoking, and it's not the best for social gatherings, unless your friends know how to use it really. It definitely will get you stoned, and you won't waste weed.

Also, the battery charging can be annoying, but you can always buy the wall adapter later if you're using it frequently and at home.

Plus, you can save the vaped bud and cook with it (or just eat a tablespoon, and wash it down with something strong tasting).


Beginner Coil Building by Jarvis Pushstedge - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 02:00:20 EST ID:aBO9/8DA No.3572 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone know where to start with building coils?
The only things I have currently are two very small screwdrivers, some 24g Ni200, and the RDA in the picture.
I've seen people building coils before, and I've always been fascinated by it. I have cotton already as well.
Judging from what I've seen, the only things I'm missing are an ohms meter, and ceramic-tipped tweezers (or something similar)
Is there any way to build coils without those if you've never done it before?
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Cedric Mobberhune - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 03:13:01 EST ID:r8p+ye5h No.3583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3572
Ni200 (nickel) is TC-only wire so you need a regulated TC mod, otherwise you run the risk of overheating and melting wire. Ceramic tweezers aren't really necessary for Ni200 for the same reason that the wire shouldn't be dry fired (melting again). Ni200 is also super low resistance wire and I figure using 24g will be a bitch to get to a reasonable resistance.

If you have a regulated mod (like one that'll do TC) then you most likely don't need need a separate meter since the mod will display the info on the screen. Nevertheless I think having a meter is a good idea.

I recommend starting out with Kanthal A-1, Nichrome 80, or SS316L wire; 26g is relatively flexible for function since you can wrap dual parallels if you want lower resistance or do a single coil for higher resistance, plain dual coils in between. Kanthal and Nichrome are usually only power mode but SS316L is compatible with both power and TC modes for the most part.

I started with 26g and 28g Kanthal A-1 in a RDA on a single-cell mechanical tube mod way back. I needed the meter since I had no other way to read resistance. I used organic cotton balls from a pharmacy. I already had scissors to cut the cotton, a precision screwdriver set for coil wraps of varying diameters, metal tweezers to pinch the coils while the coils were hot (without firing the mod simultaneously of course), and (clean) nail clippers to cut wire.
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James Hogglenet - Sat, 08 Jul 2017 20:10:06 EST ID:wvY6y7aC No.3584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3572
24, 26, 28ga Kanthal A1 is a good place to start. If you don't have an ohms reader use a regulated device (one with a chip that shows resistance) to check on, ceramic tweezers aren't necessary but sure make it a lot easier since you can fire and pinch coils at the same time, with metal you will cause a short doing this).

Make sure you know the diameter of what you will be winding it around (3mm screwdriver is a good starter diameter I feel, easy to wick and not too big or small coils). Also don't let the coils touch the posts, cap or anything metal so it doesn't cause a short. Youtube has some good tutorials.

You can use a regulated device to check your ohms on though, and metal tweezers to pinch but be CERTAIN not to fire the device while you have metal tweezers touching your coils as this will cause a short and you will have a bad time. I used to pulse mine then make sure my hand was far away from the button to not fire it and squeeze the coils when they were still warm when I didn't have ceramic tweezers. It's not ideal but it's possible, read more on it so you don't make a stupid avoidable mistake.

tldr: have a regulated device to check your ohms on, buy kanthal a1 (24,26,28 if you only can get one 26 is a good start), and id highly suggest spending the 10$ or less on decent ceramic tweezers as well as flush wire snips to clip your leads (I used nail clippers for a while then once I got snips I wondered why I didn't spend the extra 5$ or so for the snips). Also watch a lot of youtube tutorials.
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John Gipperfuck - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 11:28:55 EST ID:hcHlNIb1 No.3589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Check here to see what resistances you can do with what you have: http://www.steam-engine.org/coil.html
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Martha Sonnernedge - Fri, 25 Aug 2017 04:45:53 EST ID:aBO9/8DA No.3647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP here. Update: I gave up and bought a small kit with some 5-wrap Kanthal. Pic related. I have two running at 75.5w, down to 1.7 ohms. Smooth as can be for now. Any suggestions for where to go next? I have a Temple RDA as well, but the coils I bought are a bit small to fit in it, since the posts are far apart, and Kanthal doesn't like to bend easily without springing back.


need something that isn't hot garbage by Cyril Duckcocke - Mon, 15 May 2017 17:03:40 EST ID:fpEQJIb+ No.3508 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm thinking about buying another cuboid 150w cause some jolly african-american stole my last one. I'm kind of sick of the rdas I have (dark horse, mutation xv4, derringer) and I'm looking for THE BEST OF THE BEST in regards to tanks and rdas. I hate rtas but I'm not paying my hard earned shekels for the premade coil jew unless it's the greatest tank of all time.
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Martin Bicklefuck - Tue, 16 May 2017 23:59:01 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3510 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3508

Best tanks are limitless rdta and troll rdta fo sho.


Best rdas are buddha, troll, and apocalypse imo
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Flickery - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 06:17:40 EST ID:aJ59IzFb No.3645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3508
Can't go wrong with a mason 40mm, if you want the best of the best flavor/vapor


Build thread by Doris Sucklehut - Mon, 19 Jun 2017 12:55:46 EST ID:cNiVCZCx No.3559 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Rocking an 8 wrap 20awg 316L 3mm diameter single coil in an Indestructible, shut barely works on my istick 100
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Flickery - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 06:12:57 EST ID:aJ59IzFb No.3644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3559
triple 15 wrap parallel coil with 22/24/26ss dualies (cause fuck battery life) in a 40mm mason
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Hugh Gossleford - Sun, 27 Aug 2017 11:35:07 EST ID:r8p+ye5h No.3648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3644
JayBo really should've centered that 510


Large RDAs? by Josh - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 01:46:54 EST ID:vMC+lnix No.3631 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Question for you guys, I've been vaping on and off for about 2 years, and I got my first good mod maybe two months ago. And i'm looking to get into RDAs. I figured if i'm going to get one, I might as well get one that will last me. (Also on a side note all my friends and I are kind of all competing with eachother over who has the larger clouds. ) So I'm thinking about picking up the Mason 40mm RDA this weekend and Iwas wondering if anybody has any thoughts on it. It has quite a bit of over hang on my mod but that doesn't bother me. I'm open to suggestions but I'm looking for something to really show my friends up. Thanks in advance. Pic related, it's my mod, iPV3-Li
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Wesley Clangerspear - Sun, 13 Aug 2017 06:10:22 EST ID:xGEL3q68 No.3634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3631
I recommend getting the Recoil RDA, Peerless RDA or the Goon RDA. All 3 are great RDAs that I use frequently.
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Flickery - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 05:55:25 EST ID:aJ59IzFb No.3642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3631 i have the mason 40mm with a custom prima vapor top cap (you'll run about $100 for both, but the top cap is what seals the deal on flavor), flavor is ridiculous with the mason, and because of the sheer chamber size vapor production is astronomical (takes 3 lungfuls to clear it after filling once). the deck size is also a plus. I usually have some form of dual 18/triple 15 wrap parallel coils that really just can't be built in any other RDA, ive got a recoil, OBS, and quite a few others but i just keep coming back to the mason. nothing tops it.

IMO if you're gonna be vaping anything inside a mason over 100w, do yourself a favor and get a quad 18650 mod like the gx350/rx300. or plan on bringing an extra set or two of batteries with you daily.
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Flickery - Wed, 23 Aug 2017 06:02:56 EST ID:aJ59IzFb No.3643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3631
38mm of deck space makes build capabilities nigh on endless!


Check out this vaping website where people like Aspire and Smoant post regularly! by Fanny Greenworth - Wed, 16 Aug 2017 21:03:36 EST ID:bZIHMnaS No.3638 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.vapinginsider.com/forum/?referrer=148


vape problems by Basil Sobbleluck - Wed, 07 Jun 2017 14:02:16 EST ID:7l6eDBjv No.3535 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is my vape tasting funny because i charge it while i smoke it? do i stop charging then vape or is that unnecessary?
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Phineas Nazzleford - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 15:59:23 EST ID:E/Su/30q No.3604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't charge and vape at the same time. After charging, there should be a 10 minute break before you start vaping again.
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Sidney Bunshaw - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 01:08:17 EST ID:rwgvYov4 No.3607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3604
y tho , NiGgGaAaaaaa?
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Esther Cregglehudging - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 08:14:08 EST ID:16t8DHvV No.3625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3604
I've never heard this before. What's the reasoning behind it?
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Augustus Blibberford - Thu, 10 Aug 2017 07:30:59 EST ID:9VM+70jy No.3630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3625
I'm guessing it's because it takes its toll on battery life, and if the battery is a shitty one, potential instability. The 10 minute break is most likely to allow the batteries to cool down to room temperature which would be beneficial to the battery lifespan.


Last Bits of Oil by Hamilton Fanhood - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 01:37:52 EST ID:N+kF4Hd+ No.3560 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup /vape/, when I finish a cartridge is there any easy efficient way to extract those last bits of oil? If I combined what I have from like 10 empty cartridges that would over half-fill one I think. Is this a common question?
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Clara Goodbanks - Sat, 01 Jul 2017 17:14:15 EST ID:N+kF4Hd+ No.3569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bumpin for frugalness
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Cyril Mittingdork - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 19:53:19 EST ID:ZcCj6RnB No.3574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3560
Bust that shit open as carefully as possible (wont be very careful i figure), warm, let drip out?
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Priscilla Demmerkudge - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 03:10:54 EST ID:jUBt20gS No.3612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>3574

bump, OP here, is this seriously all /vape/ has to offer?
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Angus Blembleshaw - Wed, 26 Jul 2017 15:10:51 EST ID:hcHlNIb1 No.3613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3612
I cut it open to the bottom and have the wick soak it up (adhesive property). I have an RDA though. I'd just use a $1 syringe if I were you.
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Eliza Brerringworth - Sun, 06 Aug 2017 02:24:54 EST ID:5m0KRTGC No.3624 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3612
what type do you have?


Ether by Eugene Blallynit - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 21:11:54 EST ID:UsE3ct83 No.3606 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would it be possible to vape raw ether by adding it to my vapejuice?
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Shitting Gollyspear - Sat, 22 Jul 2017 00:40:16 EST ID:E7m81+/E No.3608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>3606
No. This would end badly. Especially as ether tends to catch fire. And vapes have heating coils.
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Rebecca Suttingford - Wed, 02 Aug 2017 13:27:16 EST ID:15cHa83N No.3623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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why wouldn't you just huff it?


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