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door stuck by John Bresslebadge - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 17:15:29 EST ID:kqEtMPi0 No.1149 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys,

pretty new to vaping and everything only had my shit for around a month now. Bought the evic-vt kit that came with the ego one mega tank to quit smoking.

It's pretty great, but the only problem is that the tank gets fucking stuck every few days, and it gets so bad that I can't fucking unscrew it no matter what I try. Twice already I've had to go down to a local vape store and get them to unscrew it for me. Living in dorms right now so I don't really have any equipment I can use to get it unscrewed. I'm probably going to buy a wrench or pliers over the weekend to keep around in case it gets stuck again, but what should I do for now?

I can screw and unscrew it from the actual box easily, it's just that separating that metal and colored part is impossible.
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 10:43:48 EST ID:iZ8A0RcF No.1163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
id recommend getting a screwdriver -or just about anything that is sturdy and small enough - to use as a lever. just carefully put it into one of the air slides and hold it in one hand firmly while carefully twisting the top with your other hand.
but pay attention to the direction youre twisting it in, if you go the wrong way the lever can put force unto the coil, potentially breaking it and the threading in which it sits.

i used to have the same problem, what really help me prevent that, was to leave the base in which the coil sits on the battery box unless you have to change coils. when you do have to change coils unscrew the top before unscrewing the base from the box


you also musnt screw the head unto the base too hard.
just enough that it gives you a firm resitance is enough to make it tight and stop the fuel from leaking. if you you use force the thread of the head becomes uneven and harder to unscrew until it ultimately never is tight again.
that rule applies to just about anything threaded, unless youre intending to use some teflon spray, which i do not recommend in vapes. theres a saying that when it comes to glass and threads "the wiser one gives in" but i might be mistranslating that

you might want to check the threads in both the base and the head for uneven segments.


Newbie halp by Frederick Billingfield - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 16:48:15 EST ID:HZwwUvN+ No.1133 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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To start off with I've never owned a vape before but I've saved up a bit to purchase one. I'm gonna order a iStick60w with a Mutation X V4 Clone but I have no idea if I really need an ohm meter(as the 60w has one built in). I don't want to subohm just yet I would rather wait until I can afford a DIY Ejuice starter kit b/c "authentic" juice is fucking expensive. Ok so should I start with a RDA & build my coils? (b/c its cheaper than those $20 packs of 5 coils & rda is only $20 as a opposed to $30-40 reg. tanks + the pack) I really want to buy all the things necessary upfront so i can vape w/o purchasing anything for awhile(aside from juice) All the things I'm gonna buy are: iStick,RDA Clone, Wire & Jap. Cotton ,1 samsung inr 18650 (2500mah hybrid) & juice. What i'm really trying to ask is will I need anything else(ohmmeter) or if anything is somehow incompatible? Also if i made a coil hooked it up then prime and all that w/o checking my ohms, would it really be so dangerous?(will the battery get fried?) Or is it just mechmods that blow you the fuck up? Completely lost here bear with me :L All in all everythings about $120 CAD ordering from 2 diff site b/c they only have the melo2 bundle w the 60w & i like my shit matching colors.
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Jarvis Drandlelock - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 21:21:36 EST ID:01FE0V4z No.1136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1133
if i remember correctly those new eleaf istck support TC you should get Ti wire (or Ni200) to use that feature since they
recommend it for battery reduced consuption


use the steam engine instead of an ohmeter
http://www.steam-engine.org/

the device will hand the rest
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Nell Feffingsag - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 23:46:43 EST ID:HZwwUvN+ No.1137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>1136
awesome thanks a lot
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 12:10:23 EST ID:iZ8A0RcF No.1142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
nb

the most likely causes of spontaneous face combustion related to vapes are either attempts to use low resistances with a battery that doesnt supply enough current or a crappy battery. samsungs are pretty reliable


you could buy a multimeter to check resistance, current and voltage. that shouldnt cost an arm and a testicle. just to be extra confirm your calculations

making your own coils seems like a good idea. you could also recycle used prepacked coils, but that doesnt give you the liberty to adjust the resistance
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Nell Feffingsag - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 16:25:08 EST ID:HZwwUvN+ No.1148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1142
helpful info ty


Propyline Glycol is fucking bad for you by Simon Crinningmat - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 18:00:42 EST ID:0IHG3jZ8 No.179 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ya'll are stupid for thinking its a safe alternative. Its a petroleum derivative why the fuck are you heating it up and inhaling the smoke. Inb4 now i has emphesyma and lung cancer. General baccy vape hate thread.
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Bob Markley - Tue, 27 Oct 2015 05:20:00 EST ID:WADK1kPy No.740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
PG is the bomb all those extra carcinogens getting me my cigarette replacement down to a T, fuck it if it is poison so is smoking, this shit will kill me a hell of alot slower, I can breather, smell and taste without stinking and PG was the juice that got really onto solo vaping. show me a legit study that says it is worse than cigarettes and maybe I will listen
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Oliver Charringbanks - Wed, 28 Oct 2015 03:56:51 EST ID:V2Cxzex7 No.782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>724
Yes because salt and sugar are just flavours and aren't bad for you either.

Try reading a book instead of wikipedia, good sir. I recommend the dorito effect. Not specifically about msg but it will help you understand how it's bad for you. Nb cause I'm just bitchin'
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Charles Shittingfoot - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 13:46:24 EST ID:0IHG3jZ8 No.1144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
E-Vape is fucking whack unless its weeed.
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Nigel Blackham - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 15:51:54 EST ID:fnOYCA0W No.1146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1144
Why not both!

http://vapemap.com/products/glass-globe-atomizer
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press !QUHukXEvkY - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 11:09:40 EST ID:iZ8A0RcF No.1164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1144
thank you for your qualified input.

i consider it a contribution to both this board and the progression on the humane sociocultural evolution. nb

>>1146
that looks impractical. liquids would simply flow out of the driptip as soon as the vape is tilted and solids would fall off unless you grind them finely and only use a tiny ammount at a time.
and refilling it every hit seems like a hassle


"Nah eh, Chicago this ain't boring baby, this is real life, this is real life" by Coleminer !!Y2iBGX2M - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 08:02:01 EST ID:6Ec0w7ih No.1140 Locked Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What did he mean by this?
Locked
Thread has been locked
Thread was locked by: SeVeNaD
Reason: I don't know where you need to be, but it isn't here.
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Simon Tillingwater - Wed, 18 Nov 2015 13:24:18 EST ID:UImUzPCs No.1143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He meant in real life he's an enormous faggot because this is all fake


Resistance Jumps RDA by Charles Nickleridge - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 13:47:02 EST ID:z94RzBLD No.1056 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So ive had my Velocity RDA clone for about a month now, and ive built over 10 coils for it already with over 5 types of wire. Now however, i find that after every 2-3 hits, the resistance would jump from say 0.11 ohms to like 0.18, and if i was vaping it at 55 watts then that jump would make it too harsh of a hit. Then after awhile it would drop back down to .10-.12 and then again around the .2 mark. WTF?

i have a dual parrellel with 24g G-plat and Nichrome 80, about 7 wraps around a 2.4mm installed atm.

Before this build i had a crazy build, one of my favorites, of a dual coil Staggered heating parrelell, made with 24g nichrome80 and a clapton made with 28g kanthal parrellel, and then 32gauge and .3 ribbon wrapped around that. That build was at a stable .09-.11 ohms for a week then started to jump around a fuckton so i built a simpler coil as above.

Tldr: Coil resistance jumping, Screws seem tight.

>one more note, my possitive post on the Velocity is abit loose, could that be it? and if so how to fix?
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 14:21:22 EST ID:QBnByFaF No.1060 Report Quick Reply
>my possitive post on the Velocity is abit loose, could that be it?

Yep, that's it. First thought was loose screw heads on the posts, the positive post being loose is it. Have you tried fixing it? Is it the screw that's loose or the actual post? I don't have a Velocity but from the pictures I see it looks like it's removable via the bottom? My Doge I can just unscrew the center pin and it comes out, and it has the insulators and then I can pop the positive post out. Check the insulators and make sure they're intact and not melted, that's not good to have center pin contact on the negative like that (hard short). Anyways... it looks like the positive post drops into a little slot and it doesn't spin, so... have you tried tightening the bottom center pin screw thing? Does that fix the looseness of it? Check to make sure you don't have stray bits of kanthal on the deck/in the posts that could be doing that.
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Martin Brallylock - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 06:30:43 EST ID:z94RzBLD No.1083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1060
by loose i meant it wiggled like 2mm in each direction. and i will try to do that screw thing onthe bottom, thanks for the tip. The velocity came with a spare insulator so i immagine its possible to tighten/take it off
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Martin Brallylock - Fri, 13 Nov 2015 15:29:00 EST ID:z94RzBLD No.1086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1083
update: it tightned about half a screw rotation and made my ohms go from .14 down to a .06 so i had to take a coil out lol
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Henry Gizzlehadging - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 16:18:32 EST ID:HeSokf7H No.1131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1056

Make sure your screws are tightened
Check for hotspots on your coils
Tap your leads lightly before you fire a new coil, make sure they're stable
And definitely tighten the 510 pin at the base of your rda to ensure the center post isn't too loose.

It's normal to get a slight change in resistance when you fire because heat affects resistance but nothing more than maybe +/- 0.2 ohms.


New to vaping by BigD !ILyQ.5aLFE - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 19:47:14 EST ID:smEjINI5 No.1106 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So my friend gave me a iTaste MVP 2.0 battery for free plus so ejuice. I then bought a Kanger Aero Tank V2 tank to fit (11 watts, no subohm). I get it home and it read 3.6ohms of resistance from the coil in the tank. It still hit pretty ok. But then the Resistance jumpped to 4.0ohm.

I think it came with a faulty coil so I changed it out with another one that came with it and read 1.8, exactly what it should be for the stock coil. I tried it out and the amount of clouds it produced were amazing for the setup (5v on the 1.8ohm coil and the air flow turned up all the way).

So my questions are as followed.

Was it faulty coils that came in it?
Can my iTaste MVP handle going down to 1.2ohm coils at either 5v or 11w (max settings)?
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Hannah Nidgeville - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 20:06:57 EST ID:AIv4sBGT No.1113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1111
Not sure, is this the first version mvp? Try and see, it should have protection that won't let you fire it, I know my itaste vv had this feature
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BigD !ILyQ.5aLFE - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 20:10:27 EST ID:smEjINI5 No.1114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1113
Its the 2nd version, right before the 20w. But I would hate buying a coil and it not working.
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Hannah Nidgeville - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 02:03:39 EST ID:AIv4sBGT No.1116 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1114
1.2 ohms should work
https://www.circlejerk.com/r/RBA/comments/1rnnf1/how_low_can_i_go_with_my_itaste_mvp_20/
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BigD !ILyQ.5aLFE - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 00:04:00 EST ID:smEjINI5 No.1122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1116
Sweet thanks.
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BigD !ILyQ.5aLFE - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 12:08:43 EST ID:smEjINI5 No.1127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1116
Yep I just picked up a 1.2ohm coil. Its pretty great, much better flavor and clouds than the old 1.8ohm. I appreciate it man.

Although when I was at the store I went to the vapor bar and tried some of their subohm RTAs, yea I am defiantly going to have to upgrade once I run out of this 12mg and 18mg juice.


Funny Vape Pics and Memes by Bob Markley - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 07:56:38 EST ID:9lr/7GrE No.1125 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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as the title says
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Phineas Niggerfuck - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 08:13:58 EST ID:XY1S5JjT No.1126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>I say, old chap! Would you care for a cloud? Jolly good.


Post your favourite vape shop in your city by Bob Markley - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 07:34:56 EST ID:9lr/7GrE No.1124 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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For those of you who like the human touch when getting your vape juice rather than just hitting the webz for a restock. Post your favorite vape shop in your city.

In London I like Smokium near brick lane, smaller shop, not always heavily stocked, but good people with amazing mods, helpful, cool, great juices and loads of knowledge.


temperature control and wattage by Sophie Deblinghadge - Wed, 04 Nov 2015 19:58:48 EST ID:kqEtMPi0 No.939 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys,

I ordered an evic-vt a few weeks ago and it came in last week, been using it for 8 or so days now. The stock nickel coil started tasting burnt so I chucked it and put in the stock ti one.

Had a bit of a question though, what should I be doing as far as the temperature/wattage goes?

I tried playing around with it a bit but I'm not exactly sure where my "sweet spot" is. Occasionally I'll hit it at one temp and it feels good and I get flavor, but then a few minutes later it doesn't taste as good as that same temp and it tastes a bit better 20-30 degrees down or up, but then there's not enough vapor / can't really feel it or it's too harsh.

What do you guys usually set your TC mods to for titanium coils? The nickle one felt perfect at 500F/30W but I can't find the spot that feels the same that i like on titanium.
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David Buzzstock - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 08:06:25 EST ID:KVA69uD8 No.1012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ugh, the point about temp control is partly that you don't necessarily have to prime your coils. If you've got the right setting you simply won't get much vapor.
Eventually the wick will saturate itself.

You don't want to set your temperature setting high and your power setting at whatever you used to vape at. You want to set your temperature between 400-480F and use the maximum watt that you can use. The eVic VT even automatically works in this fashion.
500F is most definitely too high.
My rule of thumb is:
400F for RDAs
420F for RTAs with good airflow like a TFV4
450F for restrictive RTAs like a original kayfun
480F for scorching hot hits that are probably bad for you
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Nigger Moffingkane - Mon, 09 Nov 2015 21:47:10 EST ID:hgtdu3rV No.1023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1012

Are you sure about that? I've heard from a lot of people that the evic-vt runs cooler than other vapes and should be set a 50 or so degrees higher. 500 degrees on the nickel tasted fucking amazing and lasted me around a week of almost back to back chain-vaping. Titanium feels really lackluster at the same temperature, I had to bump it up to around 550 before I started getting a decent amount of taste. If I go down to 480 and bump up the wattage then there's almost no taste and no vapor.

Priming the coil head (even this slightly burnt one) before hitting it seems to taste much better. I've been playing around today with temperature from 500-560 and 550 definitely seems to hit the best with a ti coil on an evic-vt. It's a shame if it really does burn at that temperature.
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Henry Blanningkig - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 12:24:21 EST ID:KVA69uD8 No.1052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1023
You might have an issue with the electrical contact, either at the coil or at the 510 connection. You can usually tell this is the case if the mod shows you significantly higher base resistance than the coil should normally have.
Another issue might be the wrong setting, vaping titanium coils in nickel mode will get you that, as is an issue with the firmware (be sure to use the latest version) or the wrong coefficient of resistance setting.

NI200/TI should not vary in terms of temperature settings if it's done right. The reason to use TI over NI is mainly that the material is easier to work with and it's easier to build dual coil builds.
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Polly Clibberham - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 16:13:50 EST ID:kqEtMPi0 No.1105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1052

>if the mod shows you significantly higher resistance than the coil should normally have

No, it doesn't, I'm not sure that's the case.

I'm vaping in the correct setting too.

>NI200/TI should not vary in terms of temperature settings if it's done right.

Are you absolutely sure? Sorry for being skeptical about this, but almost everyone I've met or talked to has said otherwise about the Ni/Ti on the eVic-VT, from people online to people in vape stores. Maybe the
>if it's done right
is key here. Maybe the eVic-VT doesn't do it "right," so you end up getting variation in temperature.

I'm not sure if it's placebo or not but it also feels like different flavors respond to different temperatures, and it depends on the battery level as well. I was hitting 540F with a minty flavor perfectly, but when I switched to a mojito flavor I had to drop it to 500F to get that same feeling.
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Albert Buzzwill - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 15:01:54 EST ID:KVA69uD8 No.1119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1105
You should really get a build platform with included ohmmeter or at least a multimeter so you can be sure the connection is good.
To be honest I haven't used my eVic VT in titanium mode, but I neither read about a quirk as serious as this.

With temp control there is much less tolerance for bad connection. Are you using a rebuildable? Also keep in mind that titanium is never "pure" like ni200 which has a reproducible temperature coefficient your wire might not be the same wire the TI setting on the eVic VT expects.


E cig by Phoebe Necklebire - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 19:48:19 EST ID:rg/L2h73 No.1107 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello /vape/ i want to help my mom stop smoking. I have considered getting her the kanger e-smart starter kit (http://www.2vaped.com/kanger-e-smart-starter-kit/) and some juices from mt baker vapor. has anyone had experience with either brand? Will the juices from mt baker be compatible with the kanger e-smart? Someone in another thread suggested https://www.vapes.com/shop/ego-ce4-vape-starter-kit-limited-time-offer/ What does vg/pg mean? She smoked lights if that matters
Pic not related at all.
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BigD !ILyQ.5aLFE - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 20:01:13 EST ID:smEjINI5 No.1110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1107
Well I am pretty new to vaping myself (just started 5 days ago and successfully switched from cigs) so I can only offer limited advice and help.

VG/PG is the ratio of Vegetable Glycerol to Propylene Glycol. 100% PG has more throat hit with much less clouda. 100% VG has little throat hit with tons of clouds.


100% PG: Very strong throat hit, with clean flavors and not much vapor production.
80/20 (PG/VG): Still very little vapor production, and a moderately strong throat hit.
70/30 (PG/VG): A little more vapor, a little less throat hit.
60/40 (PG/VG): Decent vapor with a noticeable, but not to overwhelming throat hit.
50/50 (PG/VG): An even mix, with quality vapor clouds and a soft throat hit.
40/60 (PG/VG): Noticeably larger vapor clouds and a reduce throat hit.
30/70 (PG/VG): Good vapor production and a minimal throat hit.
20/80 (PG/VG): Excellent vapor production and a very small throat hit.
100% VG: Very little throat hit, with noticeably sweet flavor undertones and massive vapor production.
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Hannah Nidgeville - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 20:04:30 EST ID:AIv4sBGT No.1112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Have you talked with her about it, because I know my dad wouldn't have any of this, chain smoker..


SquareRAVE Vapor Pens by Dr. Reuben !xmwplAg9wU - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 04:16:18 EST ID:nhePqM7N No.1089 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I love this vapor pen more than smoking a tobacco product, but I still love cigars and NXT.

I use JJuice SWEDISH FISH 18mg juice and my days are straight like me.

>Please pick one up!

The whole package with the pen and charge cord is about $20 and the juice runs ~$10.
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Charles Bruzzlefutch - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 18:04:32 EST ID:s74T/9WX No.1098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1097
/thread
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Emma Brondershaw - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 22:30:05 EST ID:fnOYCA0W No.1099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1097
Seconding this. Looks like shit and you sound like a shill.

NB
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Dr. Reuben !xmwplAg9wU - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 02:30:23 EST ID:nhePqM7N No.1100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I am dead.
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Cyril Fallerman - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 05:44:45 EST ID:gRULHkb2 No.1101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1100
>bumping your shitty thread to say this after everyone calls you a faggot and nb's
Nb
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Polly Shittingwater - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 15:25:36 EST ID:zjuojm54 No.1103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1100
Oh Reuben!


Longest lasting Box Mod Battery by Bob Markley - Thu, 12 Nov 2015 04:59:28 EST ID:LE6m+aBN No.1065 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What box mod has the best lasting time for heavy vaping. I cant do a full day off my Cool Fire IV.
Anyone get a few days of their Box Mod, tell me the power brands that are out there
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Martha Fuvingfuck - Thu, 12 Nov 2015 15:28:58 EST ID:KVA69uD8 No.1071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The brown LG 18650HG2 3.6V 3000mAh are awesome. 20A rating 30A max.
I use them all the time.
If you are vaping below 30w or so you can get away with the LG 18650MJ1 3.6V 3500mAh rated at 10A

The classics the Samsung INR18650-25R and Panasonic NCR18650B are also great and much more accessible in shops.

Never ever buy any 18650 from a "manufacturer" with -fire in it.s name. They are random surplus cells from rewrapped and sold with outrageous specs that are never met, and in the worst case your mod turns into a hot brick dripping with acid.
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Martha Fuvingfuck - Thu, 12 Nov 2015 15:35:50 EST ID:KVA69uD8 No.1072 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Keep in mind that single cell mods are't designed to last a full day of heavy vaping.
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Charles Gedgebat - Thu, 12 Nov 2015 22:17:11 EST ID:Rsa5Hm/L No.1078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>1071
This, I bought a pair with my ipvD2 to replace my clapped out 25R batteries and Mini2 and was shocked to find out I could go two working days in temp control (44W equiv)

I also have been getting even better life with my old 25R batteries on the D2.
>I thought my Mini 1 Was the tits for only eating 2 Sony VTC4 batteries @ 30w a day
>Then I got the mini 2 and was going a full day on one 25R @ 45W
The D2 is the shit, the new Brown LG batteries are the shit.


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