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- Mon, 19 Oct 2015 22:45:47 EST RuwaVLpM No.503
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Pretty simple, Post your vape model, brand, coils, etc. Let us know what you like or don't like about. Price included would be great too. You all get the idea.

I'll start...

I have a Kangertech SUBOX Mini(Black cuz im myzteriouz). Got the whole starter kit which include an extra coil, charging cable and warranty along with all the vape stuff(no liquid included) for $79 plus tax

TBH this is my first real vape(had a Cig20 e-cig before but wasn't a fan of it.) so i can't give you too much opinion but i definitely am satisfied for my first vape.

My question is, how worth is it to experiment with different kinds of coils? does it really make a big difference in your vaping?
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Betsy Wumblewire - Thu, 22 Oct 2015 14:56:56 EST HKOrD+/7 No.589 Reply
>>503
congrats on spending 80 when you could of got the same thing for 36 bucks
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Jenny Mebberputch - Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18:05:46 EST wLyCvaFd No.800 Reply
I have the same Subox Mini kit, the white one. I love it for on-the-go vaping, driving, etc... I use the .5ohm coil at about 35 watts with max VG.

As far as different coils, I'd recommend learning how to do it, because if you can build your own coils you can not only fine-tune your setup to your preferences, but it's WAY cheaper. I've been going through subtank coils ever 3 days or so and 5 OCC coils cost $20, whereasI can build a coil and rewick it for like 10 cents. However, the RBA that comes with this kit can be tricky to use, because it's not just about the coil, the wicking has to be done just right or else you either don't get proper ejuice flow, or you get too much and it leaks down the air holes and/or saturates the coil too much. Does work alright though, and if you don't want to invest in a proper RDA you could it to learn on.

I bought a $13 RDA to put on the subox battery and most of my coil building has been on that, So I generally drip at home with my own coils and then slap on the subtank with the OCC coil for when I'm doing my runarounds/work.
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Walter Dublingson - Wed, 28 Oct 2015 18:49:54 EST UJHmuUVx No.802 Reply
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Also have an Arctic tank, 2 stillaire clones and an original Kayfun clone.

Price is varied
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Walter Senkinbatch - Wed, 28 Oct 2015 21:23:14 EST cwS5rcyW No.809 Reply
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>>800
>However, the RBA that comes with this kit can be tricky to use, the wicking has to be done just right [abbr.]
just make sure the center space is empty and the sides are full of cotton, basically have a solid wall of cotton from top to bottom between the juice holes and the coil/air area. (pic ripped off image site for reference) i sometimes add a tiny tuft of cotton on top of either side if the main wick through the coil isn't enough to keep stray juice out of the center.

keep in mind if you use anything thicker than like 70vg/30pg it might not work well in the RBA bit even if the 0.5 factory heads work fine. (actually it can be done but requires some sorcery.)
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Edward Duckwater - Thu, 29 Oct 2015 00:27:28 EST wLyCvaFd No.813 Reply
>>809

Ahh okay I might have been doing it wrong. I'm fairly fresh to building coils, I've had good results on my RDA but just not on the Subtank RBA.

I'll try rewicking my subtank rba and try some of my roommate's 70vg instead.
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David Dapperfield - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 04:24:30 EST YndOTlBd No.945 Reply
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Freaky
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David Dapperfield - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 04:31:51 EST YndOTlBd No.948 Reply
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>>946
Freakshow mini RDA with the chuff cap, Freakshow Tiny TC mod.

I like it, the cons are that its a single 18650 and the battery lid is a hassle.
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Priscilla Pondletire - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 14:18:45 EST S0/YO7bM No.955 Reply
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IPV4s with a Mutation V3 RDA. I actually went to a vape shop here in Austin a couple months ago and the owner built these clapton coils for me. They hold so much juice they're practically a wick. Been vaping at 60W and the coils are coming out at .27 OHMS. Defiantly my favorite setup so far.
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Ebenezer Ganderfuck - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 15:41:45 EST eppoU4VG No.956 Reply
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Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0 Pro 70 Watts with a nautilus mini tank. Also have the Innokin iSub too but I prefer vaping at regular ohms. Its nice to break out the sub ohm every now and then though.
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x____x !7X2Voz4b3M - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 02:56:33 EST WHf7+fE+ No.966 Reply
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very cost effective, and gets the job done
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Cornelius Collysadge - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 03:21:53 EST z/ZUwTNT No.967 Reply
Ileaf 100w
Mutation v4
5 wrap 22 gauge dual coil

Dripping is the best. Wire and wick costs pennies and you can't beat the flavor. Then again I only vape occasionally and never on the go.

People buying coils for tanks are going to be bummed when the FDA fucks us over. Time to learn how to mix juice.
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Reuben Funnerfan - Fri, 06 Nov 2015 09:00:05 EST csNX8z0l No.969 Reply
Sigelei 150w TC, Aspire Triton, 0.3ohm coils

This is my first new cape in about a year, upgraded from the Atlantis and Aspire CF Sub Ohm Battery. The sigelei is perfect, simple menus, sleek look, nice build quality and form-factor, and amazing battery life. I'm glad I decided to buy a dual battery mod.

The triton is pretty nice, if I could've done it again I would've bought a Smok TFV 4, but my only real complaint is the juice seeping into the drip tip. I love the airflow on both the bottom and top of the tank.

I don't know enough about coils to add on that tbh
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Emma Hannerdere - Sat, 07 Nov 2015 12:22:35 EST JJ/mPTwz No.980 Reply
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Just a plain ol' DBV, it has served me well.
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Felid !PLX6KqKYI2 - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 00:16:45 EST g1tu016e No.1026 Reply
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iStick 30w with Kanger protank 3

vaping summadat caramel/vanilla 6mg. Def going back to 12mg, this doesn't quite cut it.

Upgrading soon to Arctic sub-ohm tank and a 100w iStick
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Tue, 10 Nov 2015 10:46:15 EST 4RfZzrbJ No.1032 Reply
>>1026
If you go sub-ohm you'll want to stay with 6mg nicotine and might even drop to 3mg
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 11:46:43 EST QBnByFaF No.1050 Reply
>>1032
This, in the run of things right now (present day market) the Protanks are from an era past. I mean don't get me wrong if it works for you then all the power to you but it's not going to give you nearly as much vapor as the Arctic. I never went lower than 12-18 in those tanks until I got my dripper because they just weren't as "powerful". You'll probably hate 12 on the Arctic with a subohm coil in it and will like 3-6. You know what nic sickness is like, not fun, you miiight get it if you get excited testing out the Arctic with 12mg. Don't forget to saturate the wick!

I have an IPV D2 and a Doge. I'm so indecisive about getting another atty. I have the money to spend I just dunno what I want to get.
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Felid !PLX6KqKYI2 - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 14:11:32 EST g1tu016e No.1057 Reply
>>1050
So it's more of nicotine overdose type of thing than a flavor thing? Hm. I will definitely take that into account. The only reason I got a protank was because it was the cheapest decent looking tank at the shop I was at, and I was just testing the waters after deciding to upgrade from my little eGo twist

As far as nicotine poisoning goes, I have never gone more overboard than when I was 15 and put in the fattest fucking lip of Grizzly Wintergreen and spent like an hour feeling violently nauseated in front of the toilet. I hate that feeling.
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 14:15:31 EST QBnByFaF No.1059 Reply
>>1057
More vapor = more nic. Think of it as being more "efficient" at delivering nicotine. Yeah don't get me wrong the Protank isn't a bad choice at all, it's functional and I had one of those a long time back. Good for the ego twist and testing the waters and stuff, but since you're upgrading to something better/more vapor you will want to reconsider 12mg. Try sticking with 6 when you get it and go up or down from there. 3-4 puffs of 12mg on a subohm coil high watts and lots of vapor might give you a stomach ache, maybe not. I switch between 3 and 6 if they don't have 6 (dripping) and usually mix them to get 4.5 and that's perfect. It's just you can get nauseous easier if you chain vape on a device that pushes a lot of vapor.
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Eugene Grimwill - Wed, 11 Nov 2015 21:46:57 EST OekBr5lt No.1064 Reply
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I have a snow wolf 200w by asmodus(broken needs to go to the shop ) Dragon Zodiac, heat treated brass mech mod, with the engraved dragon, by Ultra Edition USA. That has my Velocity RDA clone on it running two 25mm coils at eight wraps each, reading at .32ohms, and the snow wolf has my MXV4 with no build in it. I'm currently have two Sony vtc4's and one Imren 40a 2500mah battery.
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ElliX - Thu, 12 Nov 2015 11:45:18 EST 7vjyTo5p No.1069 Reply
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So I don't frequent or post on the Vape board but I f p und something really interesting. I have one of the big aspire attys and the coil ring on the bottom broke. I spent like 3 days looking for my small aspire so I could xfer the barely usrdreplacement piece and i only had the bottom part to one of the small aspires. So i put the small aspire bottom and plugged the big aspire hole with it and now it works!! Haha wah-lah
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Nigel Smallson - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 01:57:31 EST fnOYCA0W No.1088 Reply
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Brand new firmware! Evic VTC Mini running firmware 2.00 with a Smok TFV4 Mini. Sony VTC4 as the battery.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Sat, 14 Nov 2015 11:54:47 EST 5E1G4NYn No.1095 Reply
>>1088
Joyetech is fucking killing it with these VTC Mini firmware updates
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Edward Bezzledug - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 23:14:22 EST Tof8Zyyy No.1115 Reply
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Snow wolf box mod to replace my old natural nine. It's really nice, temp control, 200 watt. Don't know what I'm doing with it to be honest. Need a new atomizer for it. Only got flavor chasers, I'm lucky the nines atomizer has a removable ring for more airflow
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Booch !acCrNaYgPk - Mon, 16 Nov 2015 13:30:42 EST zUEMZ/D2 No.1117 Reply
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Eleaf istick tc 60w with Melo 2 .27 ohm atm, just got it today for 68 bucks to replace my unregulated stingray mod. I was so tired of coils and dripping anyone got this it came together as a kit pretty good deal
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Eugene Shittingfield - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 05:53:17 EST /2zmYIcm No.1123 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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DrunkenMastaChef !dGE3Q5Ung6 - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 15:45:09 EST sOxs1G40 No.1130 Reply
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Smy 60 tc mini with a kanger subtank plus. Running 0.3 ohm vertical Clapton coil from atom. Juice is cold trill from wyze 3mg.
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Henry Fullergold - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 09:50:30 EST /RmW2uDr No.1161 Reply
I have an IPV4S with a mutations v4 , 6 wrap 24 gauge dual coils at .35 ohms.
I love it because this box has it all, temp control, 160 w output and a nice feel and look. I got the 4S after they fixed all the problems that came with 4 because of the on-board charger really fuckin things up.
No pic :(
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Henry Fullergold - Thu, 19 Nov 2015 09:51:07 EST /RmW2uDr No.1162 Reply
>>503
I have an IPV4S with a mutations v4 , 6 wrap 24 gauge dual coils at .35 ohms.
I love it because this box has it all, temp control, 160 w output and a nice feel and look. I got the 4S after they fixed all the problems that came with 4 because of the on-board charger really fuckin things up.
No pic :(
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Sidney Widdlefuck - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 22:57:33 EST cL5K83Ct No.1187 Reply
>>1130
I had one of those and the screen shorted out after a week. Try not to leak juice into the cracks.
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Barnaby Crarringbanks - Sat, 21 Nov 2015 23:18:39 EST j6iEeys2 No.1189 Reply
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I'm participating!
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Lydia Chudgebeck - Sun, 22 Nov 2015 13:53:05 EST PrZTe38f No.1197 Reply
>>1183
You can't get the subbox kit for 36 w/ shipping. Dude is full of shit and probably if anything thinking of just the mod.
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Sun, 22 Nov 2015 20:12:07 EST QBnByFaF No.1201 Reply
>>1200
I'm glad they were able to step up and make a "stick battery" that is capable of subohm safely without worrying about amps and shit.

Going on a tangent here and I'm honestly not trying to shit on you, but does anybody else not like colored eliquids? I'd just rather not vape some neon pink or bright green juice. Yeah it looks cool but eeehhhhhh guess I'm spoiled because 99% of the juices I vape are clear or very close to it. I just don't really care to add more ingredients to inhale if it's not a result of the actual flavoring (and it's not because it would be diluted as fuck).
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Sun, 22 Nov 2015 20:13:16 EST QBnByFaF No.1202 Reply
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>>1201
Of course I forget to attach pic.
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Betsy Simbleford - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 14:48:29 EST IRXfQb3+ No.1207 Reply
>>1201
Eh i don't mind colored liquids, especially the krankberry i had in there in that pic, shit tasted like blueberries fucking in my mouth. When i first saw them i didn't really dig it, but alot of them taste good. I got some red unicorn blood that tastes like Hawaiian Punch.
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Betsy Simbleford - Mon, 23 Nov 2015 14:50:52 EST IRXfQb3+ No.1208 Reply
>>1207
The kind of liquid i can't stand is creamy shit. Donuts,milkman,icecream,coffee,cream, bleh.
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Isabella Pallycheck - Tue, 24 Nov 2015 21:22:54 EST Od17wW3x No.1225 Reply
Sigelei 150w I usually run it around 80w. I've got the Smok TFV4 mini as my tank, but the regular TFV4 I had before was excellent too. The top-fill hinge mechanism is so clutch, you just swivel the drip-tip section and pour through the opening, I haven't found anything easier.
I was using the quad coils (0.15 ohm) but the mini came with a Dual Clapton coil that really makes a difference. The flavour is better and I get more of a throat hit & bigger clouds. Different coils really make all the difference.
For the record, my friend has a Crown Uwell tank that has the best flavour of anything I've ever tried. He has it on an IPV3 200w box, and I would reccommend that as well, also because it has a chip inside it so you can update the software when new features are offered. I love my Sigelei and wouldn't trade it in for the IPV3, but it's a very good box as well.
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George Donkinville - Tue, 24 Nov 2015 22:08:56 EST gR7blOV4 No.1226 Reply
>>1201
vaped brown, gross, high nic for a year
might be bad for dem pearly whoites
something about clear or near clear is better imo
i have nothing to back this up but yeah
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Fanny Billingwell - Wed, 25 Nov 2015 04:00:28 EST e8kiC5Q4 No.1237 Reply
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itaste VTR and a Kayfun lite plus clone i just got today. finally done with the shitty Nautilus Mini, couldn't stand getting a new coil every 4 or 5 days. i need to shave the metal on my VTR down just a bit more but it fits alright currently.

also sorry for sideways pic.
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Wed, 25 Nov 2015 05:46:13 EST QBnByFaF No.1238 Reply
>>1227
I don't even have the V2 chuff-styled cap

fuck_em.jpg

truth be told i'm too lazy/indecisive about buying a new atty -___-
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Polly Dodgehine - Wed, 25 Nov 2015 22:46:57 EST klxaRjUL No.1255 Reply
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I just bought my first vape (arrived a day ago) it is an eleaf TC 60W

Vaping on a few different juices to see which one I like the most, I am enjoying it. It works well and I am happy with it, although I do not have experience with other vapes

The base of the tank tends to get really really hot after vaping for a few minutes. Not too hot to touch, but gets damn near. Just wondering what could be causing this? I am running the stock TI coil, vaping at ~250c/480f at 40w. Any ideas? Is it safe?

The flavor is also not as strong as I would have hoped. Any ways to increase this or is that purely the juice? I hear that a higher temp can bring out much more flavor. Any input would be much appreciated
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Wesley Chagglefare - Fri, 27 Nov 2015 13:13:20 EST 01FE0V4z No.1278 Reply
>>1255
get a cheap atty for flavor like the derringer or go for a pro flavor tank like aromamizer haze v2 bellus

alternatively order high PG juices
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Thomas Pizzledock - Fri, 27 Nov 2015 23:51:23 EST 1XqFBLSw No.1280 Reply
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I have the sigelei 100w plus with a dark horse RDA, just made a new coil today twisting 3 strands of 27ga wire... Which runs ~.2 ohms.... I absolutely love it, been trying out a bunch of juices, just finished a big bottle of milk man by one hit wonder, and just acquired I can't believe it's not donuts "Gala royale" by premium labs
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Charlotte Buddledale - Thu, 03 Dec 2015 22:27:55 EST pg/knIeo No.1310 Reply
>>1255

I've been vaping for years now, and I actually bought that exact mod.
I don't know how much research you've done, cause sub-ohm and TC setups require some getting used to.

Lemme say first off, be careful with the batteries. When used properly it's great, but if mishandled it basically turns your mod into a pipe bomb. Right now I've got a 2500 mAh/35A battery (I believe they recommend at least 20 Amps).

I'm running the titanium coil, and I've found for bigger clouds and better flavor, you need to pump up the wattage. I started at 60w off the bat at about 420F and it was pretty good, but pumping out all those watts really drain the battery. From what I understand (in TC mode), the wattage is basically how hot it initially starts at, and the temperature is how hot it will get overall. Basically if you want long slow draws, lower wattage and quick hits=high watts/temp.

In terms of flavor though you have to find a sweet spot, which can be different for each juice. Also, as someone mentioned, generally more PG=more flavor. However too much PG in the mix, and (especially in a sub-ohm setup) it can spit juice, or flood the coil.

Hope I'm helping a bit. Not quite sure what juice you're using, or how much you've researched. I'm personally having a bit of trouble with the temperature control myself, as my previous setups were the regular eLeaf iStick 20w, and before that an MVP 2.0
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Jack Snodford - Sat, 05 Dec 2015 23:15:52 EST YhcCbY86 No.1332 Reply
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>>503
This thing (Sigelei 150w and Smok tfv4) , i also have a Subox Mini lying around somewhere and Evic VTC but my friend borrowed it.
Did i do good?
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Oliver Cezzlewedging - Sun, 06 Dec 2015 01:05:20 EST v1J2clxb No.1334 Reply
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Today its the Istick TC60 and the Science of Vaping Eclipse tank, Triton Stainless Steel coil head and some Tree of Life (Lemon Custard) by Sacred Eliquid
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Shit Buzzstone - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 13:31:56 EST EOo0C0g4 No.1352 Reply
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Pioneer4u IPV4 D2 and Uwell Crown tank
Using ice menthol atm
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Alice Bandersug - Mon, 07 Dec 2015 23:20:41 EST E/DzWgBv No.1354 Reply
How long does juice last after opening? It's the middle of the night, I'm dying, and the only juice in my house is about 2mls of TSC juice in a bottle from like 6 months ago. Will it kill me?
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Eliza Gerryket - Tue, 08 Dec 2015 00:39:35 EST TDt3DakU No.1355 Reply
I had an istick 30w with a subtank nano, but i got wasted on friday and lost it at the beach,mcdonalds,or my buddy's crib.
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Hugh Blatherhall - Wed, 09 Dec 2015 19:04:16 EST s74T/9WX No.1365 Reply
I spent weeks researching both single and double 18650 mods after my iStick 50w broke, and I finally just realized the best option is to get another Istick 50w. Why can nobody else produce a mod with this amount of power and battery life, while still being small enough to carry everywhere comfortably? I mean, I run this thing at 50w chainvaping literally constantly, all day long and it never dies with 4400mah.

How is there not a bigger market for devices like this 50w? What's up with all these 40w, single 18650 mods going around? As far as I can see, unless you're interested in dripping or temperature control (which I'm not) there's no reason to buy anything else. Does it's job amazingly well and you'll never have to swap out batteries, and you can vape it nonstop for 15 hours straight and it still won't die on you. The only other mods that fit that description look like fucking bricks, who wants to carry that around all day?
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Isabella Bezzlechut - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 05:53:39 EST VPZm6Pr5 No.1418 Reply
>>503
smok x cube 2 w/mutation x v4, running on dual sony vtc5s. i use a double 7 krap 24ga kanthal, .34 ohms

she's a fuckin CHUCKER bruv
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Hedda Gablingbore - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 14:04:29 EST GZscZDUU No.1422 Reply
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My customized Twisted Messes on a snow wolf.
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Hedda Gablingbore - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 14:07:34 EST GZscZDUU No.1423 Reply
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>>1422
Current build. Fused claptons with 24g N80 cores, 32g nickel wrap. Activates temp control perfectly and ohms out at .12
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Angus Sorrywin - Wed, 16 Dec 2015 15:35:14 EST WQqabX49 No.1424 Reply
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Black Kbox + Subtank v2 black. I like it. LG18650-HG2 batteries give me a full days vape.
I use the prebuilt coils mostly, I just like the extra juice they allow into the tank.

I vape between 20-35 Watts with a 0.5 Ohm coil.

Price? I got the kbox for 15 dollars and the subtank for 22 dollars.
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Alice Gollerkure - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 03:59:00 EST buR3RLFE No.1438 Reply
>>503
Rose gold Sigeli 100w plus boxmod with a delta 2 tank, stock 0.5 ohm coil with a DIY blend I made, vaping at 32.5watts or i'll use my mutation v2 widemouth clone ($9.99, no grub nuts, Philips head screws [fuck yeah normal v2 didnt have them]) vaping dr.crimmy's (24cents per mL of juice) pebbles flavor at 0.7 ohms at 24.5w atts afc rings having in single coil option with 6/9 airholes open.

On authentic sony vtc3's 18650 x 2


Loving it have a few 125ml bottles of perfect juice coming in, paid $30 per 125mL amount, or $20 for 60ml.
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Alice Gollerkure - Fri, 18 Dec 2015 05:20:54 EST buR3RLFE No.1440 Reply
>>1423
BTW your claptons sit so snug amost at the post even, hot doggy, I like your style, get her in there as close as can be, tighten her down, and you're rockin and rolling all over. Nice build too, looking to swap from my .23ohm 28g wrapped next to 20g. But damn, I use this and a single 0.7ohm macro coil and they both kick ass, and I have a tank at .5 that sits right in between. I think I might try to build a flat.95 and take the wattage up to about 60 consistent, just because I have 28g laying around.
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Barnaby Naggleshit - Sat, 19 Dec 2015 16:15:46 EST GZscZDUU No.1458 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Phoebe Bunridge - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 21:03:59 EST RXJxWULo No.1471 Reply
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Table check.
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Phoebe Bunridge - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 21:06:19 EST RXJxWULo No.1472 Reply
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Other table check. Yes , all are authentic
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Phoebe Bunridge - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 21:07:32 EST RXJxWULo No.1473 Reply
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And my current hand check
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Phoebe Bunridge - Sun, 20 Dec 2015 21:11:45 EST RXJxWULo No.1474 Reply
Also, y'all niggas need flat wire, mesh, and a Genny.

Anyone can clapton, I challenge anyone to touch the flavor on my RSM Rocket.
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Sidney Songerchatch - Mon, 21 Dec 2015 20:37:34 EST +hePEvqr No.1491 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Doris Sacklestock - Tue, 22 Dec 2015 00:08:38 EST FeH+2hqY No.1495 Reply
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New to vaping, Cool Fire 4 and a Morpheus V2

Got the mod for free and just got the tank today.

Vaping 40w 4.5 volts and 18mg juice
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Nigel Chupperdock - Thu, 24 Dec 2015 13:56:50 EST GZscZDUU No.1516 Reply
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I have a Twisted Messes, my buddy has a Mutation X v4, and I discovered the top caps are interchangable
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Jenny Semmerbeck - Wed, 30 Dec 2015 18:47:53 EST lTIfHWEH No.1545 Reply
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iStick 100w with dat Arctic tank
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Barnaby Worthingfoot - Thu, 31 Dec 2015 10:35:55 EST 90NzuftB No.1549 Reply
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>>1516
Just got the snowwolf mini 75w. Been lovin it so for.
Also the cthulhu rta with some cosmic fog nutz
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Fucking Blettingben - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 00:30:09 EST 7NJZSXCR No.1556 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Fucking Brellychut - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 03:07:37 EST Hp9JrN7+ No.1559 Reply
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Going from a Vector on cheap kangershitbox/sigelei 100 to..
Mutation RTA, mutation RDA v4 on an IPV d2 and eventually a project square 150w
Hyped for that mutation tank
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Nathaniel Duckdale - Sat, 02 Jan 2016 13:36:18 EST Pn7uG1uy No.1563 Reply
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My girlfriend got me the Kangertech Evod 2 for xmas and I'm just after picking up a 20w iStick from Eleaf, it's leaps and bounds better than the stock battery that I originally had. It's my first ecig and it's working out pretty well, I've been off analogues for 3 weeks now.
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David Pinderbanks - Mon, 04 Jan 2016 21:05:53 EST Hp9JrN7+ No.1571 Reply
>>1559
No pics sorry but I would recommend the Mutation 4 RDA and RTA to anyone, they're great! The ipvd2 is hefty and well made.
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Phyllis Sobblestock - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 06:22:37 EST lGHe6WlI No.1582 Reply
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>>1424

Updated my mod, current setup is titanium dragon coil in the mini rba plus. Two LG18650s married and switched every charge cycle in a Snow Wolf 200W 1.5 mod.

Resistance: 0.56 Temperature limit set to 146 degrees Celsius which translates to 250 degrees celsius when the coefficient rate is converted from Nickel to titanium. Set to 70 Watts.

Lasts me two whole days.

5/5 bretty gud
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Ebenezer Pickwill - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 07:53:57 EST OmCsb0I5 No.1585 Reply
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Reuleaux rx200 with a crius v3 tank on top.
I've got dual stainless steel coils in there using temp control.

The reuleaux is great, it takes three 18650 batteries (I've got samsung 25r's in there) so it last a good while even at higher wattages. The crius is an awesome tank with a velocity style deck but some people have complained about the insulator cracking and causing leakage. Had no problems with mine though.

Very happy all in all.
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Barnaby Fommerlotch - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 10:44:08 EST lGHe6WlI No.1586 Reply
>>1585

How long do your batteries last you?
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Edwin Garringstet - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 11:32:46 EST 41x7fSq5 No.1587 Reply
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>>503
I got this because it was the cheapest one in the vape shop, after the cheapest one from the head shop (some skinny one) broke. I don't know shit about vapes, I am just trying to quit cigs.

Am I going to have to replace a part on this thing? What is a coil? Is the harshness all about temperature, i.e if my thing is not temperature controlled do I just deal with how harsh it is?
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Whitey Ponkinbeck - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 13:47:06 EST jzlZjtws No.1588 Reply
>>1587
The coil is the metal heating element that gets hot and vaporizes the liquid that is touching it in the form of a soaked wick(A piece of cotton that soaks up the ejuice).

Eventually the cotton will get really nasty and you'll have to replace the coil. In the form of a sub ohm tank(The tank that holds the ejuice and the coil and what you're using) you'll have to take it apart, screw out the coil, and then stick in a new coil.

The harshness in vaping is usually because of the PG and nicotine. The higher the PG ratio, the harsher it is on the throat. The higher amount of nicotine, the harsher it is on the throat. If you want a really smooth hit, get something with a high VG ratio like 80/20 - VG/PG or something with less than 6mg per ml of nicotine.

Temperature control just lets you get a consistent hit. If you chain vape the coil will get hotter and hotter. Whereas if you use temperature control, the chip on the mod regulates how many volts to send out in order to vape at your preferred temperature. For example, if you take a second puff a couple seconds after your first your coil will already be really hot so your mod will send out less voltage in order to make it the same heat as your first puff. Whereas if you use straight up wattage it'll send the exact same amount of voltage as your first puff and it'll be hotter as a result due to the residual heat of your first puff. You'll need a titanium/nickel/stainless steel coil to use temperature control on a mod that gives you temperature control options.
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AC !QqL8nX9URE - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 19:45:37 EST 0VKJkdBR No.1599 Reply
>>1587
Thats the same vape I got. I ran into a bit of trouble with mine but if you keep an eye on it you'll be straight.

I had one bad coil on mine when I first got it, it first started to taste burnt on the second day of owning it. Before I could take it back it fucking shattered in the car after I hit it Cold day, tank got too got

If it starts to feel hot on you let it rest a bit, if it starts to taste burnt get the coil replaced. If you do replace the coil you may find that the tank wont vape if its screwed on too tightly.


Other than that Ive had mine for months and its great. My old pens would get shitty fast, this thing has worked perfectly since resolving the issue with the bad coil.
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Charlotte Bibblefit - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 19:45:48 EST 05qcRzuv No.1600 Reply
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I have a sigelei 150 with a troll right now. I love it and probably won't stray from sig's due to how reliable its been. I've dropped the shit out of it, left it in the cold and it always lives on. I really want a temp control 150w though.
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Barnaby Sommerham - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 15:13:30 EST DA0Kc/70 No.1611 Reply
>>1587
these things are actually surprisingly decent. my parents run a few vape shops, and my mom gave me one, to see if I'd like it. I don't use it as my main device (I'm using a smok tfv4 with a fuchai 200w, for anyone that cares), but I was actually surprised with how decent this thing is. I never really felt any harshness coming from this thing, when used with the battery section that it comes with. one thing is that since it's a sub ohm tank (if you don't what this means, don't worry about it, yet) you do need to let the juice soak after filling, before using it for the first time. if you didn't let the coil saturate before using it, you might have burned the coil, in which case you're probably going to need to replace it, but they're pretty cheap, so it's not that big of a thing.
it could also be the juice you're using--it might help to ask whoever you buy juice from to recommend some juices to you that have more vg than pg (if you don't know this refers to, he/she will).
it could also be that you're still just learning how to hit these kinds of things right. it takes some getting used to, if you're still used to smoking. you might just be hitting it too hard. try dragging from it nice and easy at first, and then work up from there, experimenting with it a bit, and you should figure it out. my friends, my brother, and I all dealt with a similar issue when we each first switched from analogs, too, so that might be what you're experiencing.
as far as coils, yeah, you do need to replace them, but that's pretty easy to figure out.
here's a link, so that you know what to look for:
http://vapenw.com/ijust-2-coils-ec-head
but, the vape shop that you bought this thing from should also carry replacements. one of the cool things about this atomizer, though, as that it is actually compatible with coils made for other devices, like atlantis coil heads, so you can also experiment with that, if you feel like it.
anyway, I hope any of this helped. I know that the process of switching can sometimes be confusing, and even frustrating, considering that there's always so much going on in the vaping world, but it's worth it, man. this shit's way better for you.
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Jenny Worthinghood - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 18:31:29 EST 41x7fSq5 No.1613 Reply
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>>1611
>>1599
Thanks as well

>>1611
It's good to know about letting it soak. I definitely hit it right after filling the first time and it was harsh, but now it seems to hit just fine a few days later.

What are VG and PG? I am using several liquids my friend left around because he didn't like the taste. Is it bad to mix two different kinds? I've definitely been doing that. One says 70/30 and the other 20/80 but I don't know what this is.

Appreciate you all letting this be a newb questions thread for me.
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Archie Pucklefuck - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 19:47:41 EST DA0Kc/70 No.1614 Reply
>>1613
vg stands for vegetable glycerin, and pg stands for propylene glycol, and they're the two liquids used to make e-juice. vegetable glycerin is more viscous than propylene glycol, has a higher boiling point, and gives a smoother hit than propylene glycol. in my experience, it also tends to create a thicker vapor than propylene glycol. I've heard that propylene glycol carries flavoring better than vegetable glycerin, but I haven't looked into that. in any case, pg has a lower boiling point, which allows you to get your vapor without heating the liquid up too much (which is good). since it isn't as thick as vg, it also wets the coil(s) faster and easier. it also hits your throat a little harder, which a lot of people like, as long as it doesn't get too intense. the properties of these two liquids are used to compliment each other in making most e-juices. some juices use 100% vg, but I don't recommend using them, because they need to heated up so much to be atomized that some undesired byproducts can end up being made in the process--like acrolein, if I remember correctly--which you would then inhale, and that's not good for you.
basically, just make sure that both fluids are present in any juice that you buy, and other than that just experiment over time, and find the mix ratio that gives you the kind of hit that you're looking for.
if you have other questions, feel free to ask.
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Lydia Hondleville - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 19:59:49 EST 41x7fSq5 No.1615 Reply
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>>1614
thanks. this is enough info to take to the vape shop when i run out of liquid. it looked like they had a ton of shit.

i am running out of silly images to offer you all
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Archie Pucklefuck - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 20:03:21 EST DA0Kc/70 No.1616 Reply
>>1613
I forgot about the last thing you asked. no, it's not bad to mix two different juices. it changes the overall ratio of each, since they're mixed, but it's fine. it'll probably end up not tasting as good, though, unless the two flavors just really work together. it's like mixing two different sodas.
when you see shit like 70/30 and 20/80, what you're seeing is the mix ratio. the first number is pg, and the second number is vg, unless there are renegade juice-makers out there going against the system. so, yeah, 70/30 is 70% pg and 30% vg, and so on.
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Lydia Hondleville - Sun, 10 Jan 2016 20:24:02 EST 41x7fSq5 No.1617 Reply
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>>1616
Thanks. I am really running low now.
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 06:21:55 EST QBnByFaF No.1620 Reply
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>mfw my ipv d2 autofires

this like the 4th or 5th time it happens and i caught it on vid cause my friend that works at a shop uses his way more than mine and doesn't really believe me

shit sux looking online it looks like it rarely happens which leads me to believe it might be a rare button issue or something more explainable because it seems completely random. this is in temp control. fml.
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Matilda Smallway - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 08:36:30 EST Hp9JrN7+ No.1654 Reply
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>>1620
Maybe it was caused by the internals getting hot from a dry burn
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Martha Sannermodge - Fri, 15 Jan 2016 10:15:00 EST XY1S5JjT No.1655 Reply
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>>1654
I don't think so because TC with Ni200 or Ti only
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 09:52:19 EST QBnByFaF No.1672 Reply
>>1654
...wat, you can't dry burn titanium...
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George Somblefoot - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 17:29:18 EST Hp9JrN7+ No.1676 Reply
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>>1672
I don't know shit about TC. fucked up a couple buttons over the years with overheating.
anyway, loving my D2. Probably going to get another one for my mutation RTA to sit on
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DoneMakingTea - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 00:23:15 EST sJQSn3ai No.1685 Reply
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Sig. 150 W and a Twisted Messes RDA running at .3 ohms

Need to build this puppy some quad coils just got it in the mail today!!!
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Henry Clattingkit - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 02:00:32 EST M7tjBkmM No.1686 Reply
I'm a cloud chasers inc fanboy. I use the CCI Archon RDA, Phalanx box mod, and their liquid frut. Don't understand why I haven't seen Cloud Chasers in any best of list. I've tried other brands of hardware but they're equal to or less quality of CCI.
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Fuck Davingkure - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 22:59:03 EST ScAujGKW No.1691 Reply
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Pioneer iPV4 100 Watt box (upgraded to hit 120. Tried it once, destroyed my coil. 6/10 would recommend) with, at first, a BeYang tank. Cool little tank, but one major drawback
>Proprietary coils
Yeah, fuck that noise. Found that out after I burnt my coil hitting at 120W. So now I have a UWell Crown, in black. Beautiful tank, haven't had any problems with it (for comparison, my Aspire Nautilus leaks like a sieve)

tl;dr:
>Pioneer iPV4
>UWell Crown
>UWell coil
>$70 for box/tank/batteries/charger (second hand from a coworker)
>$40 for UWell.
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Jack Worthingbury - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 11:17:57 EST 8gnjkTt9 No.1700 Reply
Got the itaste MVP 3.0. Stuck with the Isub tank that came with it because I just haven't felt like getting a new tank yet. Definitely considering it, just a matter of getting the best choice. I'd like another subohm one, just one that can handle higher than 30 watts.
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Taco - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 12:17:08 EST h3Chmh2a No.1703 Reply
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Rockin a Wismec Reuleaux RX200 with a Cigreen X V3 RDA or a Herakles if I'm not in the mood to lug my liquids around. Got a gingerbread liquid from a local shop I just can't stop puffing on. I recently switched from a Kanger Subox to the wismec and I LOVE this fucking thing. Anyone else have one?
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Sophie Sammerbet - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 10:06:15 EST fRB8tm1L No.1717 Reply
Started out with a vision spinner and a plastic disposable CE3 or CE4 with those replaceable coils with mini wicks? Pretty happy with it. No complaints and easy switch from tobacco at 18mg/ml.

'Upgraded' to a protank mini and tried out the 0.5 and 1ohm coils and then switched back to disposable wickless CE4's when I realised I had like 4 protanks + spare o rings and other parts and was spending more cash and time cleaning up leaks and replacing heads than vaping when I could just spend £6 on a pack of 10 heads even if I got the occasional dud.

Bought a vision spinner 2 with the charging threshold 'issue'. Bought some more original spinners. Bought a massive fat stumpy eGo style battery advertised at 3000mah. Started to get sick of them losing power over time and basically requiring repeated frequent replacement, getting fakes, ebay disputes, checking them with multimeters, taking them apart etc. Whole scene just seemed like a waste of my resources.

Decided to go down the box mod route as at least the batteries are easier to replace and swap out for the sake of economy. Picked up a Kanger Subox mini kit for something like £34, pair of Samsung 18650 25r for £9, xtar vc2 for £14 or so. They threw in some juice and other bits and pieces.

I'm hoping that I'll just be replacing the batteries once or twice a year for £9-11 instead of hunting round for a £10-20 eGo style battery three times a year, no more returning fakes half of the time and I find it a superior vape.

Downsides include slight occasional leaking issues (fucking Kanger products) but nothing that a tissue in the case doesn't handle or more than the CE4's did from the drip tip with use. Did once just place it down with a slight knock on a wooden surface and it dumped all the juice out of the air holes for some reason, broke the vacuum seal or moved the cotton or something.

Like how compact it is. Like the design. Like the direct to lung and 0.5ohm coils. Button seems a little hit and miss, always fires, but turning it on or off is supposed to be 5 clicks, I just mash the button until it comes on or off which is totally more than 5 clicks. Battery life is about a day?

Usual safety concerns around the batteries and venting, dud batteries etc, but figure there are dumber assholes than me out there getting by just fine and I take sensible precautions. Use authentic gear which rated ok, charge attended on a ceramic tile, store batteries in glass containers out of the way etc. Definitely an improvement on hanging a 3000mah ebay special off the side of my laptop in bed and the other habits I had with the eGo style batteries.

Oh and as I said the vaping is good. Nice and hot, enough output and vapour to bust my lungs, enough choice with vent holes and coils and the rebuildable deck. Handles 80:20 VGG no problem. Flavour is great improvement. Plastic CE4 and eGo basically meant everything vaped tasted slightly like sweet dust, now I actually notice a difference.
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JVenom !b1B269E8M. - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 03:37:46 EST itLog3Ya No.1747 Reply
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I've got a Little Boy RDA (6-wrap 22ga kanthal A1 coils), along with a V1 Hades Mod (uses 22650 batteries). I'm really happy with it. It's better than the little Volcano e-cigs I'd been using for years, that's for sure haha.

>>1208
Lol those are basically the only kind of flavors that I like. Just got another couple of bottles of Cuttwood's Unicorn Milk and Bird Brains yesterday. Dripping Bird Brains right now. Tastes exactly like a bowl of fucking Froot Loops rofl.
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Eliza Clurringdod - Fri, 29 Jan 2016 16:53:38 EST TDt3DakU No.1758 Reply
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I got the temperature control black nebox and i'm super satisfied with it. I had a few ego set ups, which weren't satisfying at all, then i moved up to an ego one, then i had a 30w istick with a subtank nano. I really like how it's an all in one set up, and being able to hold 10ml of juice is fucking awesome, as that usually lasts me a day and a half, so i don't have to worry about filling it. The only problems i have with it is that the battery dies a bit fast for my liking, it doesn't have adjustable airflow, and you can't customize it too much. But all in all it's definitely the best vape i've owned 8/10.
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Ernest Chezzlenit - Sat, 30 Jan 2016 12:18:45 EST XY1S5JjT No.1760 Reply
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SMPL & Derringer, Noisy Cricket & Cloud Champ Plus, Castigador & Thundercloud Plus, RX200 & Phenotype-L
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Nicholas Pankinfere - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 02:32:23 EST u/moG9d0 No.1770 Reply
>>1758
That's the exact vape I have. Love it. A lot of people have problems with leaking, but that's only happened to me if I over saturate the wick/coil. If you want the battery to last longer, buy two more batteries and a wall charger. My battery was starting to run low, but that's because the charger that comes with the nebox kind of destroys them. That's not Kanger's fault, that's just the nature of some chargers. But if you have a wall charger and two more batteries, you'll never have to worry about the thing dying while you're out.

Definitely a handy little device once you learn all of its little ticks and such.
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JVenom !b1B269E8M. - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 11:23:40 EST itLog3Ya No.1771 Reply
>>1770
That's one reason I prefer mechanical mods (Though I do love boxes still): separate batteries you can swap out and charge. It's sad that it's the most dangerous part about mech mods though. =(

>>1747
Don't know why I wrote 22g there. It's 26g (@ 0.32 ohms) lol.
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Nell Blytheridge - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 16:02:08 EST NJodfcaB No.1772 Reply
>>1771

What about the noisy cricket isn't it a boxmod and a mechanical?
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Nell Blytheridge - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 16:09:56 EST NJodfcaB No.1774 Reply
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Kangertech evod, it's pretty underwhelming but was a good introduction to vaping.

Oil leaks up the driptip and it's pretty hard to get decent hits but I've blown some little clouds with it though.

I just ordered an istick tc60watt kit with the melo2 atomizer for $55.

I'm really interested in the noisy cricket I think I'm going to get me one when I get some more shekels it looks sexi as hell and I want to experiance a mechanical mod and building my own coils.
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Ernest Honningbin - Tue, 02 Feb 2016 19:02:23 EST XY1S5JjT No.1780 Reply
>>1772
>What about the noisy cricket isn't it a boxmod and a mechanical?
The Cricket is a hybrid mechanical series device, something like an affordable Siamese-twin version of the SMPL mod that applies a ton of voltage. An atomizer with a protruding, non-squishy 510 positive is a must. My experience is that even KA1 builds with a ton of mass (~0.50Ω) ramp up really fucking fast so I take short hits with the airflow wide open.
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Ernest Soffingfuck - Wed, 03 Feb 2016 04:05:18 EST u/moG9d0 No.1789 Reply
>>1771
You can swap out and charge the batteries on the nebox. All you need is a quarter to unscrew part of the bottom and the battery pops right out.
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Rebecca Derrypat - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 05:13:55 EST 7urpJoL0 No.1794 Reply
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Greetings, /vape/

Left to right:

Kanger Kbox, Lemo Drop. The Kbox was originally intended as a backup mod since it was cheap back in March 2015. Low quality, 510 wobbles a bit now. The Lemo Drop was my first rebuildable tank. Somewhat outdated (due to filling method and airflow control) but still performs excellent. $20 for the mod and $20 for the tank back almost one year ago.

Cloupor Mini Plus, Lemo 2. The Cloupor has some of the best temp control performance I've seen and it's tiny as hell. The Lemo 2 is my most used tank (have 3 of them), good airflow, good wicking, very easy to fill. The mod was free (giveaway winning) and the tank cost $25 or so.

Wismec RX200 with SXK Wine RTA. The RX200 is very small for the 3 18650s it uses but its performance is so and so. The board inside is inefficient and becomes hot while chainvaping and TC is not very good so I run it with Kanthal. The batteries (6xLG HG2s) cost more than the mod. The Wine RTA is a different take on the airy single-coil RTA, good airflow, excellent wicking, large 5ml capacity but very noisy due to air path design. $43 for the mod, $13 for the tank.

SMPL clone with Wotofo Serpent. The SMPL is a hybrid mod (tank positive pin makes direct contact with the battery positive) and is intended for people that know what they are doing, with atomizers that have protruding, solid 510 pins. It's a mech and I have it just for the form factor, I prefer regulated mods. The Serpent is yet another different take on the airy single-coil RTA. Excellent wicking, excellent airflow (smooth and silent), top-filling, juice-flow control and great build quality. $20 for the mod and $26 for the tank.

2xSigelei 150W with Lemo 2. The Sigelei 150W is my favorite device. Extremely efficient, long battery life, good build quality and internal design meant to withstand long-term use. My first real mod after the iStick 20W I started vaping with back in November 2014. Using the rightmost one from Feb 2015 and it's been nothing but excellent performance. $65 for them mod.
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JVenom !b1B269E8M. - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 09:27:40 EST itLog3Ya No.1796 Reply
>>1772
Sort of? Honestly, I'm not 100% sure (I've never used one myself). I'd probably call it a sort of "hybrid".

Seems cool though. I'll have to check it out.

>>1789
Oh can you? Sorry I wasn't aware... That's pretty cool though. Honestly? I'm not super knowledgeable on box mods. I've personally never owned one, only checked out friends models, etc. Most I've seen have to be charged directly or something which I always thought was odd, and compared to the mechanical mods I usually stick with I'd much prefer a model you can just swap the battery out on ya know?

I'll have to check some box mods out maybe. I always wondered what I was missing with the variable voltage and all that. Rebuilding isn't quite the same I suppose lol.
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Hannah Fonderridge - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 17:38:25 EST Q0Q6Ky49 No.1807 Reply
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I'm fairly new to vaping. I've had a few friends who helped me get into it. I am currently rocking a PuffKing Horus mech with an Aspire Cleito tank, 0.4 ohm coil. I actually just got the Cleito, today, and feel like it is a decent tank. Cloud quality is good. I can't really comment on battery life, yet.

I was previously using the (shitty) innokin iSub tank with .5 ohm coils. I can safely say that I will never, ever recommend anything innokin makes. The build quality of the iSub is terrible, flimsy and prone to breaking at the center cylinder. I went through two of them in a 6 month span, and, at ~$20 a piece, not worth continuing to re-invest in.
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Nigger Fanfoot - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 19:17:45 EST 7urpJoL0 No.1808 Reply
>>1807
Hope you're using a safe battery with that like a Samsung 25R. From the description it seems like the "Horus" comes in a complete kit with a battery of unknown performance, and probably also a shitty charger.
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Beatrice Trotlock - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 20:34:22 EST u+6lMV1A No.1809 Reply
>>1808

I have two Samsung SDI batteries that I interchange on rotation. Yes, the original charger was shitty. I've since replaced it with a decent two-bay charger. My next investment will be an extra battery or two, as these two Sammies are starting to wear.
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Beatrice Trotlock - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 20:35:43 EST u+6lMV1A No.1810 Reply
>>1809

Correction, one is, infact a Samsung 25R. The other is a 26F. I didn't look closely enough at the label on my last comment. NB
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Henry Goodridge - Thu, 04 Feb 2016 23:21:05 EST 1HCv/apP No.1811 Reply
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Kangertech subtank plus(.5 ohm square style occ) on a sigelei 75 watt TC

Finally figured out what was causing some real harshness. The 90vg10pg juice i was using wasnt wicking right so i moved down to 70/30.

Also cleaning the contact pin(on the mod itself and the tank) with an eraser worked wonders

Skeptical about the new ssocc coils
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Nigger Fanfoot - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 02:29:54 EST 7urpJoL0 No.1812 Reply
>>1810
Please don't use the 26F. It's an ICR chemistry and it tends to explode violently. Get a second 25R and only buy IMR/INR batteries.
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Beatrice Wongersick - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 05:22:26 EST u/moG9d0 No.1813 Reply
>>1796
Yeah, I wouldn't even really call the nebox a mod at all. It's basically just for people who want ease of access into vaping without having to worry about fucking shit up trying to do things on their own. That being said, it's (in my opinion) the best vape you can pull out of the packaging and start using immediately (after easing the coil into use). Kanger knew what people wanted when they made the nebox and they delivered really hard. 10ml tank, swappable battery, volt/temp control, extremely simple UI, replaceable mouth piece, and the option to choose between SSOCC or RBA coils. Definitely look into it if you're looking for a break from putting effort into your vape.
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Beatrice Trotlock - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 14:14:29 EST u+6lMV1A No.1817 Reply
>>1812


Well fuck, that's good to know...

Sadly, I'm kinda broke, right now, so I'll have to wait until either the tax man cuts me a check (haha, maybe), or I find someone willing to give me a job.
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Ian Cogglelock - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 15:45:05 EST s74T/9WX No.1819 Reply
>>1811
Never had a problem vaping "max VG" (80%+) in my subtank save for one time. I've only ever had one juice that was too thick for it, and that shit was like molasses. I didn't know it was even possible for juice to be that thick.
But yea, usually not a problem.
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JVenom !b1B269E8M. - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 16:21:30 EST itLog3Ya No.1820 Reply
>>1813
Fair enough. I'll have to look into it. Tbh I've really only ever tooled around with mechanical mods (all the reliable vapes I own are mechanical... I've used friends boxes, but not with any regularity) so boxes are a bit foreign to me.

So it's cool to know there is something out there that requires a bit less upkeep I suppose. Sometimes it feels like working on my mech mod is like working on a tiny little car or something, if you get the analogy I'm trying to make lol.

So thanks for the suggestion, I appreciate it. I love my setup right now, but it can't hurt to expand my horizons a bit, ya know?
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Ebenezer Hurringbidging - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 18:24:30 EST 3urxYCaf No.1821 Reply
Evic VTC-mini with the Tobeco Velocity clone. Currently running dual twisted 28guage kanthal. I mainly stay within the realm of single battery 18650 mods and this is my favorite one I have owned for sure. As for the build I get great flavor and a warm vape which I like. Clouds are decent but I don't really chase anymore so its not that important to me. I still think my favorite RDA I have used is my Turbo V2
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lordvic !TAwkR.2N6E - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 14:02:05 EST qF4I3SFU No.1826 Reply
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Ego One CT with either the Titanium or Nickle Sub oHm coils for my e-juice
HEbe Titan for Dry herb
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lordvic !TAwkR.2N6E - Sat, 06 Feb 2016 14:14:02 EST qF4I3SFU No.1827 Reply
>>1826
Holy shit ewww, i have to scrub up....
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Ian Chidgeditch - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 22:16:47 EST 7YR3jpEE No.1832 Reply
>>1826

I've got two of the ego ones. My friend upgraded and gave me both of them. They work pretty well and they're a hell of a deal for zero dollars.
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Oliver Shakefoot - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 17:00:00 EST NUY3jUzv No.1839 Reply
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>>503
got a cuboid, new batts, and this velocity for a total of $90
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Oliver Shakefoot - Mon, 08 Feb 2016 17:04:02 EST NUY3jUzv No.1841 Reply
>>1227
>>1202

doge v1 was always the best. such a great fucking rda, I wish I still had it but I only borrowed one from a shop owner. I remember when they were so rare you had to get in on a group buy just to get one
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Whitey Dankinten - Tue, 09 Feb 2016 04:36:24 EST XY1S5JjT No.1849 Reply
>>1841
Congrevape recently released the DOG3 as well
I originally noticed because one shop had the V2 authentics on blowout sale online for less than $10 lol
I saw the new lineup on display at a shop yesterday when I went to pick up some replacement o-rings
Also saw the 30mm Catemizer at another location some time ago, shit's bananas
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Synthetic !ryBONGJej. - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 18:57:55 EST rRQczWGa No.1864 Reply
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I just bought the one on the left, the Kangertech Storm trooper bomb detonator mini starter kit. I love it, but I've already had the well-know leaking through the vents thing happy. I hope to fuck it doesn't happen again, because this shit was expensive-ish
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Synthetic !ryBONGJej. - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 18:59:24 EST rRQczWGa No.1865 Reply
>>1838
That's what I paid. Lol IDC, supporting local business.
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Synthetic !ryBONGJej. - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 19:02:16 EST rRQczWGa No.1866 Reply
>>1717
I started with a cheap pen from a gas station, then I got a vision spinner 2 with an aspire k1 tank (idk if that's standard.)
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Phoebe Clayford - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 17:44:59 EST wDjbBtVD No.1872 Reply
whats the difference between the subox and the subox mini or are they both the same?
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Lydia Gattingman - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 21:14:42 EST s74T/9WX No.1877 Reply
>>1865
I was about that life until I realized just how hard I was getting raped. Everything at my local store was double the price one would pay online. I like them but not that much
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Whitey Criddlewell - Fri, 12 Feb 2016 13:19:23 EST ZMmjSztS No.1886 Reply
>>1872

Nah bro, subox mini is a single 18650 . Normal subox takes two.
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Lydia Bollertadging - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 10:25:51 EST 2YbEA9tE No.1931 Reply
>>1838

Or you could wait for five years for slowtech or gearworst to deliver that shit and be horrible with their service when it comes to warranties.
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Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Wed, 17 Feb 2016 17:50:12 EST 4RfZzrbJ No.1934 Reply
>>1931
efun.top is equally inexpensive and shipping gets to me within a week
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Cyril Drongerdudge - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 10:53:23 EST F6NG1oYw No.1946 Reply
Just caved and bought a new tank. Got an aspire cleto from the local b and m. Naturally I switched it out from my stock iSub tank. I'm seeing an instant improvement in both flavour and cloud production. I'll keep the old tank around since I like its ease of use and the lack of cotton to replace. But I don't mind learning since I have the natural desire to tinker.
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Cyril Drongerdudge - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 18:56:03 EST F6NG1oYw No.1950 Reply
>>1947
I've only liked one tobacco flavour juice so far. Mostly because it was a pretty good attempt at imitating pipe tobacco.
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Felid !PLX6KqKYI2 - Mon, 22 Feb 2016 22:35:25 EST g1tu016e No.1983 Reply
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Proud initiate to the RDA life boyyyyyyyyyyy
Just bought a Mutation v4, loving it
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Jarvis Pittwell - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 01:05:16 EST PhQ7X3Uh No.2017 Reply
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Istick 60watt TC. Just got it a week or so ago and I love it feels great in the hand. The only thing that sucks about it is the single 18650 battery life but I like the small size and that it's lightweight. I hardly use temp control because it eats up the battery but it's nice to have anyways I suppose.

Going to skin it with a skin from mightyskins.com
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David Sebberbury - Sat, 27 Feb 2016 11:38:08 EST wDjbBtVD No.2024 Reply
>>503

just picked up a subox, not going to post a picture because its already been posted in the op image

its pretty good, im kinda thrown back about the tank though, it holds a shitload of juice and some might even say it holds too much
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Hugh Nepperdig - Sun, 28 Feb 2016 16:42:56 EST PkJwco/c No.2031 Reply
Currently surviving with a battered as fuck Subox Mini with the RBA. Should have received a Kbox 200w and a Mutation XS by the middle of the week though...
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JVenom !b1B269E8M. - Tue, 01 Mar 2016 01:27:01 EST itLog3Ya No.2045 Reply
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Another mod upgrade. (Thanks for the help choosing guys.)

So far I'm loving the kbox, but I keep noticing that my ohms slowly tick down as I use it when I'm in TC, as if my ohms aren't locked in (and despite the fact that everything is nice and tight). Still haven't figured out what it is, but I'm thinking it might be because I'm using an OCC Nickel coil instead of a SSOCC. But idk.

Other than that, and the annoying "New Atomizer?" popup (which would be fine if I could get it to come up the first time I screw an RDA/RTA down), I love the thing.

200W is crazy, and Temp mode is pretty epic, even if I do have to reset my ohm reading every hour or so. Overall, I'm happy with it.

Now I just need to get more batteries so I'll have spares charged and waiting. I don't know how/why I could have forgotten to order spares lol.
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Priscilla Fablingbanks - Tue, 01 Mar 2016 10:09:14 EST KP/8vpJ9 No.2046 Reply
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Well I'm finally giving in and getting on the vape train ("one of us one of us") not that I was ever against vaping. The people who are like "WHY ARENT YOU VAPING FGT" annoy the shit outta me. I still plan to mainly smoke hookah because thats my fave, but vaping will sate my smoking fixation.

>>2017
My buds I'm looking at buying essentially looks like this model. Gonna pay 50$ for it.
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Angus Hennerfuck - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 04:05:20 EST KP/8vpJ9 No.2074 Reply
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Just bought this baby off my bud! Fucking love it so far.
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Archie Ducklemot - Sat, 05 Mar 2016 22:50:56 EST 9wlIwF7W No.2077 Reply
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got a new cubis and cuboid in SS. The SS cuboid is sexy and the cubis tank works awesome. The base is a sealed cup so there's nothing to leak. TC seems to work pretty well, first time I've tried it.
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Emelienegro !2iyFNTAIpU - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 16:40:44 EST 7EShfqiJ No.2091 Reply
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Council of Vapor MiniVolt Kit w/ space jam juice 12mg
Vaping n00b here. It's what the dude at the shop recommended for me and so far so good. I run it at 21.5 watts in "Standard Mode" while sitting around the house chain vaping, and full 40 watts in "Power Mode" while outdoors. No problems yet, other than just ran out of liquid. Space Jam is okay but I am wanting to try something a bit less sweet now.
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Wesley Turveyway - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 19:43:56 EST 0GK91nUr No.2095 Reply
guys, I'm new to vapes so I'm sorry if my questions are stupid. I want to buy a SUBVOD.
anyone have problems with these coils?
http://www.kangeronline.com/products/kanger-stainless-steel-organic-cotton-coil?variant=9185586373#shopify-product-reviews
in the reviews people are saying they leak/have to wait between hits/tastes like shit.

alsothe only thing that makes me step back from buying my first vape is the coil maintenance: is it possible to make my own coil, open up the case of those and place my own? as long as I can buy my wires and coil them myself without having to buy I have no problems, because they are cheap.
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Clara Panningwater - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 05:38:26 EST 7Rzv+I1d No.2103 Reply
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Phillip Morris MarkTen eCig.

The internet shits all over this thing but I find that it provides a great hit, is cheap ($9), and comes with a USB recharger. The thing many don't realize is that it's refillable with any eJuice around, so I got an $8 bottle of juice at my local female-owned vape shop and I've got a $16 rechargeable, refillable setup. I also got another cartridge for like ~$5 for versatility. I don't have any problems with it other than that it doesn't last more than 2-3 hours of use between charges.
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nzz - Tue, 08 Mar 2016 16:31:12 EST 2RhXRfoG No.2105 Reply
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Smok X Cube II with a Goblin Mini RTA.
0.08 16 Wrap Dual Coil Nickel build. 600F

Vaping Vapewilds Baebae Cakes.
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Caroline Murdfoot - Wed, 09 Mar 2016 21:36:57 EST rHhXZF71 No.2120 Reply
>>2103

>Tries to defend buying products from big tobacco

Come on dude, that thing is a piece of garbage, i mean if it helps you not not smoke, cool, but you should really think about getting something else.
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Priscilla Bicklelock - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 05:22:29 EST cwS5rcyW No.2124 Reply
>>2095
>is it possible to make my own coil, open up the case of those and place my own?
eh. that's the "rebuildable" or "R" part of all the RDA/RBA/RTA stuff people refer to. it's a major aspect of vaping gear. very major. you've got little self-contained factory atomizers that screw into a tank that takes them, you've got tanks with an empty atomizer bit that disassembles so you can fasten your own bit of coiled wire and cotton wick in, and you've got atomizers with no tank that are just a metal container that you install your own wire coil and wick in and add a few drops of juice at a time.

the key difference between all this shit is how much coiled wire and cotton can fit inside the thing, more of that equals more vapor. factory coil modules for tanks are generally very small since the actual coil is inside the already-small thing that screws into the tank, a rebuildable coil housing inside a tank is a bit larger so human hands can work with it, and an "rda" rebuildable drip atomizer deck/whatever doesn't have to accommodate a tank surrounding it and can be much much larger but with the downside of no tank to provide a constant supply of juice. hence 'dripping' where you have to keep a container of juice with the vaporizer and literally drip more juice into the top every so often.

what i think the exact thing you're referring to is, is opening up a factory-made coil head and replacing the wire/wick inside to reuse it. it's possible but takes a lot of dexterity because you're using a thing that was not designed to be disassembled or reassembled.

but yeah like i said there's tanks specifically designed for the user to install their own coil. the subtank for example, you can screw one of those kanger OCC heads into it, but the tank includes a larger non-disposable head that you can screw open to fasten your own coil inside, and a lot of other rebuildable tanks simply have a built in 'deck' for the user to install coils.

hoping my drunk ass didn't misunderstand something and type a bunch for no reason.
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Graham Fandale - Thu, 10 Mar 2016 22:19:47 EST zBzZRbCx No.2131 Reply
>>2124
thanks anon
I actually read a lot about it and saw some videos.
What I want is RBA possibility, because I can make my own coils, screw them to my atomizer and attach some cotton of my choice on them and barely spend a penny with coils. what I did not want are OCCs. bullshit, expensive crap that gives a lot of trouble in exchange of less technical knowledge or time you take to build your own coil and cotton.
my only concern now is why people would prefer a box mod over a tube mod. the second is much cheaper, lighter and portable. box mods usually have temp/voltage control. you can still make dope clouds on tubemods, and if you want less clouds to not bother people you can just suck less air or use a different juice, coil or change the air flow setting. and the temp control thing, if you are worried about nickel coils poisoning you, just use stainless steel. they last longer and are safe, still inexpensive.
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Jenny Fanworth - Fri, 18 Mar 2016 12:56:35 EST +W/blmGe No.2171 Reply
>>2120
idk maybe he doesn't wanna drop $250 on a gay ass vape and fuck around with coils and shit for hours on end just to make it work? my friend does this shit and i've literally never tasted, nor felt a single difference between his "HURRDURR CUUSTUM RDA MOD EXPENSIVE BRAH" and my $20 Chinese vape stick I got at a head shop
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Henry Fabberbud - Sat, 19 Mar 2016 10:49:16 EST n8d6S+Io No.2177 Reply
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just got a sig. fuchai 200w temp. controle and a rafale UWELL w\ the coil master kit v2. for about 80bucks gotta say upgrading from a 40.W. kbox to this 200.W BEAST is the best thing i could do, no complaints here, anbd the UWELL tank is amazing. gonna buy an rda soon and put the kit to the test.
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ozmodic - Sat, 19 Mar 2016 18:33:04 EST HemGmyTw No.2183 Reply
>>503
smok x cube ii with the smok tfv4 tank, sextuple coil

altogether, the mod was 60 dollars and the tank is about 40 to 50, not including battery prices etc

i used to use an eleaf istick 30w... 160w is a whole other world lmfao

as far as buying juice and shit goes, i usually purchase wholesale from perfectvape.com (30 dollars for 8oz, decent price)

i don't really know much about the actual coils in it but... i know it kicks massive clouds. if i ever found my mutation xv4 mini i would totally actually learn to rebuild it and use that because it's so beautiful (it was only twenty dollars at that)

i'm really a fan of smok as a producer though so far
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Graham Wenningback - Mon, 21 Mar 2016 18:54:15 EST VEeNmxvg No.2200 Reply
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segeli 150w. bought it like 6 months literally right before the came out with the newer model that has the one edge 'cut off.' was kinda bummed but love my vape. and a doge v2 atomizer.

bought segeli brand new for $80. doge brand new for $20. but also bought an extra setup to resell for a profit to one of my old roommates so i kinda got a discount in a sense.

they threw in 4 mxj 1860 yellow batteries for my purchase. and my brother sold me a charger for $10.

i've been stuck between ripe vapes vanilla custard tobacco (vct) and liquid state apple butter for some time now. i vape 3mg, 55w, 3.6v, 0.2 om's. love my atty too. it's so fucking smooth you can't even tell you're inhaling vapor. people tell me after hitting it that they thought it was off or that no vapor was going into their lungs.

i'm getting tired of constantly dripping tho so ima pick up a smok t4 kit from the same site i got my segeli for around $35. especially considering that tanks are much better now than before when drip setup was king for flavor.
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Nigel Dellyhin - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 05:44:41 EST DaYJZusu No.2291 Reply
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Aspire Pegasus with Aspire Cleito tank and a Cool Fire 4 Plus with Mutation dripper.
The Pegasus looks stunning and kicks when the battery is full, but it kills batteries when run at high wattage. Single cell so can't expect any different. The Cleito is amazing: best flavour I have had from any tank and the coils last forever.
The new Cool Fire is great, battery life is fantastic and it fires nicely. Mutation is probably the best non-velocity RDA I have used and they have just brought one out with a velocity deck!
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Phineas Brublingdock - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 12:25:37 EST Hc1Vobsp No.2292 Reply
CBA with pics right now, maybe later tonight or some shit.
But my collection is now an innokin mvp 3.0, plus stock IsubG tank I never use anymore, a wismec RX200, plus I got an aspire cleito and Uwell Crown tank for depending on whether I'm after max flavour or capacity and running my adv. I also got given a mutation v4 clone by my buddy which kicks ass. I need to practise wick making a bit more then it's on to learning to build coils.
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Cedric Noddlelog - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 15:16:11 EST z3ul+q1C No.2293 Reply
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iStick 20W with the Cubis. The atomizer is nice but the iStick really sucks. Thinking about getting a new one, but I don't know which one.

Wismec Releaux RX200 (3x LG Hg2 batteries) with Melo 2. The best vape I ever had (had the eVic VT before) and it's perfect for everything. The Melo 2 has wide openings to the cotton so it never starts to taste burned and the batteries on the Releaux last long.
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Cedric Noddlelog - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 15:16:53 EST z3ul+q1C No.2294 Reply
>>2293
And I use ceramic drip tips because they never get hot or anything similar.
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Dr. Mantis Tobahgen - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 04:58:20 EST qezzndOU No.2297 Reply
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3rd from the left. Kanger 2.0 with mt baker fruit hoops
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Lillian Sagglegold - Sun, 10 Apr 2016 21:59:36 EST rzmuL7Pc No.2305 Reply
Just got the evic vtc today. Pretty happy with it. First upgrade in forever. To the left is my beat to shit mvp2 x aspire nautilus. Next to that is my ~2 year old unflavored 16 oz juice i got from Mt Baker wholesale before you needed to register as a company, and then there's the beer.

Pretty happy with the VTC so far. Still using the Ni coil that came installed. I've been seeing a bunch of people talking shit about the tank online, but i haven't had any issues.
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Cyril Foshshaw - Sun, 10 Apr 2016 22:45:58 EST jzlZjtws No.2308 Reply
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Using a Nixon v2 RDA on my rx200. I've only had subohm tanks before this and the flavor is absolutely impeccable.

I went cheap for my first RDA to see if it was worth it, I'm definitely going to save up for some fancier US made RDAs when I get the chance to.
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Clara Crodgewit - Tue, 12 Apr 2016 13:16:44 EST jidPmHZN No.2315 Reply
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It gets the job done
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Fuck Pittwell - Tue, 12 Apr 2016 21:47:20 EST 5W/LnWLw No.2316 Reply
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50 watt eleaf that i lost in my friends couch for a year and found!!
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Dr. Mantis Tobahgen - Wed, 13 Apr 2016 04:49:42 EST qezzndOU No.2318 Reply
>>2307
Do you ever get burned flavor with that mvp2? I have kanger as well.
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Molly Ponnerfield - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 09:05:31 EST wy4k1e25 No.2341 Reply
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SnowWolf 200W.

I will probably never really go over 75W. I got it because it's the only box I was able to find that doesn't feel like all plastic and cheap. This thing has some weight to it.
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Edward Fegglederk - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 19:31:41 EST 4kHripvR No.2345 Reply
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Roommate stopped vaping, so she gave me her mod to replace mine that broke this morning.

Protovapor XPV DNA-200D with a StarrePro tank. Never had a temp control mod before but I dig it. Had to give it a thorough cleaning since she took shit care of it, but it works fantastic. I feel like I could be getting more vapor though.
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Wesley Grandham - Wed, 20 Apr 2016 14:42:16 EST wjRHRjIj No.2347 Reply
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I have a Innokin CoolFire IV with the companion Innokin iSub G Tank. Vaping some delicious Banana Fosters Max VG, at 3mg nioctine strength. I bought the juice from The Vapor Girl, a vapor shop in my area.

I have to preface this by saying that while I'm truthfully not new to vaping (I've been vaping about a year) I'm still a noob. I don't know understand a lot about how vaping works, so please excuse me if I get some vocabulary or contextual knowledge wrong. Hopefully my post will make sense. OK!

The Good:
I like the chrome finish on both the Mod and the Tank. It really looks sleek, and since the iSub G and the Coolfire IV are sort of "designed" to be used together, the tank fits nice and flush on top of the mod.

The clouds I can get with this tank are absolutely bonkers . If the settings are just right - If I'm vaping at a high wattage, with a 100% charged battery, and a fresh core, with fresh liquid - then I get some SERIOUSLY dank clouds. It's a blast to chill at the computer and produce clouds like a freakin' fog machine. I've never been able to produce clouds of this caliber, and get this good of a taste, from any hardware I've owned.

The whole unit, mod + tank, is fairly small, and relatively easy to put in a pocket. Not too heavy either.

It feels great in my hand. The model has an almost ergonomic feel to it, and it's very comfortable to hold. It looks and feels like quality and solid parts.

I've dropped this sucker more than a few times and nothing has ever broken. I suppose that's a testament to the build quality.

The Bad:
I've owned this tank for about six months, and I use it every day. I'm a fiend, so sometimes I'll be vaping all day. In the past two months I've noticed the battery is slipping in its potency(?), in its ability to keep a charge. Hypothetically, I can go a full day without charging, but the mod suffers from what I've heard people refer to as "battery drain" after a couple hours. It becomes more and more difficult to get a significant amount of vapor on each take. I have to keep this thing by a charger as much as possible. I don't know enough about vaping to know if this is normal, but it is annoying to have to keep unplugging and replugging it in all night to get that ideal vape.

The "faceplate", the piece of metal that covers the micro usb port and the display is flimsy. Everytime I unplug the USB cable, the faceplate pops up a little bit. It's just an aesthetic issue, as the functionality is not impacted, but it's annoying. It makes the whole unit feel cheap. In Innokin's defense, I watched a youtube review of the IV where the reviewer mentioned the same problem. The reviewer said he sent an email to Innokin about it, and they apologized and said this was a problem with only the 1st wave or 1st batch of CoolFire IVs, and there would not be this problem in subsequent distributions of the IV. Furthermore, Innokin has a 3 month warranty on their products, and they said they would swap a new Coolfire IV for anyone who had the 1st wave of IVs with this problem. I was too lazy to follow up with the company, but it's cool that they made that offer, I guess.

The tip that the iSub G comes with has this weird lip on the inside where grime and liquid collects. It gets nasty, and I have to clean it out more than I would like. I don't understand why the lip exists. It's also not super easy to fully clean the tip out without having some kind of tiny brush or otherwise small tool to get in there.


All said, I've been very pleased with the Coolfire IV and the iSub G (More so the iSub G than the IV), but I'm strongly considering side/upgrading in the next two months.
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Archie Fanderwell - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 11:19:52 EST rQPGs6hZ No.2356 Reply
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Fuhattan aluminium Mech; GeekVape Tsunami RDA
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Shit Crevinggold - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 22:21:32 EST ZLWHJE53 No.2390 Reply
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used to have a couple cheap ngo's or something but they shit the bed so i got an rx200 like a few of u. so with that being said ive only been really vaping for a short time. i really like the rx200 but i was wondering if any of you could offer suggestions for settings? im currently using wattage mode, and typically i like the kings barel archer and the sugar drizzle, just looking to get a little more flavor out of it. thx.
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I heart mints - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 22:21:12 EST YRE3yxtG No.2399 Reply
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My build and it's on top of a sigele 100w
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Charlotte Brookwell - Sun, 01 May 2016 21:42:35 EST E3ikF2jv No.2405 Reply
Currently vaping on a Kangertech KBox 200W with a Mutation X V4 clone. Dual 26 gauge pre-twisted kanthal coils and slant eye cotton wicks. Got some cheap but half decent juice called Eco Vape Marathon Milkshake. The mod only cost me like 28 quid and the RDA a fiver. The mod is original too, which blows my mind. Thank God for Aliexpress.

It's a pain though, I'd been vaping happily in my placement room but just the other day I accidentally set the smoke detector off so I can't really enjoy my vape any more without constantly worrying about setting it off again and getting kicked out. Shit sucks.
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Sat, 07 May 2016 04:15:05 EST QBnByFaF No.2428 Reply
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>>2399
clean ur coils bro damn
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Augustus Wushwell - Mon, 09 May 2016 06:21:09 EST fd0gqGh9 No.2435 Reply
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DNA 200 #1

Tugbox DNA with kangercoil, previous gen tank
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Augustus Wushwell - Mon, 09 May 2016 06:22:26 EST fd0gqGh9 No.2436 Reply
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DNA 200 #2

Obvious Reuleaux by Jaybo, 22g nichrome on a phenotype L; 3mm inner diameter 9 wrap
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Quetzalcoatl !KDjYWIiOiM - Wed, 11 May 2016 14:35:09 EST QBnByFaF No.2450 Reply
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that feel when finally upgrade my dripper

Rip Doge (not really now it's for hash oil huehuehue)

Hello Tsunami
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Nell Dabberwill - Wed, 11 May 2016 17:29:30 EST ot4+EfxX No.2452 Reply
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Manhattan M-6 & Tugboat V2
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Barnaby Nebbleham - Wed, 11 May 2016 22:27:31 EST pnsARBP9 No.2453 Reply
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Evic VT 60W w/ aspire cleito tank, .4 ohm coil
kicks ass
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Clara Turveycocke - Fri, 20 May 2016 01:39:13 EST vMZO27nf No.2490 Reply
Sorry if this isn't the right thread, but my cousin is looking to sell me one of the Kangertech SUBOX Mini vapes. She said it needs a good cleaning which she'd happily do for me, and some juice. Is $40 fair?

How much maintenance do these things require? I've heard that the coils need to be changed on a regular basis - how hard is this? How long will the battery last before it needs to be replaced?
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Edwin Gebblecheck - Fri, 20 May 2016 08:12:45 EST 4kHripvR No.2491 Reply
>>2490
$40 is definitely a fair price.
They're not terribly complicated devices. Coils need to be changed once every two week or so, which just involves unscrewing and replacing one piece in your tank.
Batteries are rechargeable, so you'll need to invest in a charger if your friend doesn't give you one with it. They're not that expensive.

Vaping can be pretty pricey if you go to local b&m stores, but if you do some google searching, you can find places to buy things like coils and juice for half the price of b&m stores.
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Betsy Hunderhall - Sat, 21 May 2016 10:50:10 EST vMZO27nf No.2496 Reply
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>>2491
Hey, it's Clara. I got the vape. I think she said that the coil needs to be replaced - there's what I think is the coil in the box but I have no fucking idea how to do this. When I hit it (tried 30W) it makes a crackling sound - I get a bit of vapor and a nic buzz for sure though. Advice appreciated, maybe I'm just being a bitch and not hitting it hard enoughy
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Wesley Femblenune - Sat, 21 May 2016 13:15:49 EST 4kHripvR No.2499 Reply
>>2496
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaNgM3-7_7A
How to change coil heads for kanger subtank minis.
Can't say for sure if it needs to be changed though. Subohm vaping usually gives off a crackling sounds when you vape, but better change it just to be sure.

Also, the coil you replace it with will have info posted on the coil itself about what wattage range you can vape at with it.

And clean that shit before you use it. Looks like that tank hasn't been cleaned since it was bought.
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Betsy Hunderhall - Sat, 21 May 2016 17:51:33 EST vMZO27nf No.2500 Reply
>>2499
I can't take apart the tank because it's so slippery with e-juice that i can't seem to get a good grip on it. Will try to clean.
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Eliza Bunham - Sat, 21 May 2016 22:26:09 EST vMZO27nf No.2502 Reply
Clara the subox newb reporting in one last time. I was able to clean up the vape and figured out how to change the coil. Getting some nice clouds out of it now.

Does anyone know if it's possible to get cannabis oil or juice into these things?
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Hannah Mobblebetch - Mon, 23 May 2016 05:41:58 EST e3bwYw6u No.2505 Reply
>>2502
Yes it is and it works fine. Allthough the liquid might have some tiny weed pieces in there so I only recommend it on RDAs.
Just take a glass, grind up your weed very well, put 20 ml base liquid (50/50 PG/VG worked best for me) in it and leave it in the oven for 10 minutes and 150°C
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Hannah Mobblebetch - Mon, 23 May 2016 05:45:57 EST e3bwYw6u No.2506 Reply
>>2502
>>2505
1g of weed is enough, but remember to filter your liquid after leaving it in the oven
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William Dracklebanks - Mon, 23 May 2016 23:32:28 EST HvkpsKxi No.2509 Reply
I have what OP has. I make my own coils out of 26ga kanthal wire and I do my own wicks. Took some practice to roll consistent coils but they all come out at 0.6ohm of resistance now. Feels good. I even learned that you can reuse the those square atomizer units the Subox came with. Just have to roll a coil with a longer leads to reach the base of it. Stick a small screwdriver through the two wick holes to keep the coil in place while you tidy the leads up. Here's the video that taught me: https://youtu.be/ju5zb1NYIOM
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Esther Hullerbanks - Tue, 24 May 2016 01:14:19 EST NvrXdvR0 No.2514 Reply
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Started with an ego iStick 60w with a melo 2

upgraded to SnowWolf 200w and used the melo on it then made an attempt with RDA's by buying a mutation v4, but it proved to be to too much of a hassle for me, especially when sub ohm tanks are virtually the same thing granted you have to buy a 5 dollar atty every 2 weeks but its worth the convience)

so today i went and got the herkales v2 sub ohm tank. liking it a lot so far especially the top fill aspect (a crucial for me)

long story short, vaping Num Stranana (strawberry banana, tastes just like banana laffy taffy). 15mL for $3 i shit you not. found it in the bottom of my clearance bin at local shop, they only had a 6mg tho whereas i prefer a 3.

wow im coked out
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Esther Hullerbanks - Tue, 24 May 2016 01:15:29 EST NvrXdvR0 No.2515 Reply
>>2514
Num skullz*

wrecked on coke and clonazolam
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Shitting Ferrybodging - Sat, 28 May 2016 10:14:06 EST XY1S5JjT No.2539 Reply
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>>2527
wrecked on coke and clonazolam confirmed
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XanaxKing !IETNSjGtNw - Sat, 28 May 2016 19:54:49 EST aPLosldd No.2540 Reply
>>2527jelly not wrecked and on coke and clonaz while vaping >2527
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Edwin Pirringforth - Wed, 01 Jun 2016 23:11:41 EST 4EPAPk8B No.2562 Reply
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Got the RDA as a gift then just picked up the Kbox 200. Upgraded from the subox mini kit. I'm hoping to get a Cthulhu V2 for my on the go needs.
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Aciddrop !tbcTsdGo8Q!!vVWR8L52 - Sat, 04 Jun 2016 00:37:20 EST AL1Kg7Zm No.2574 Reply
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>>2562
Hey guys just wanted to let everyone know I'm fucked up on PST so I misspelled a word...

Pic related,
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Sat, 25 Jun 2016 18:45:00 EST MrCMAWYw No.2689 Reply
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Bought this Wismec Reuleaux rx200 and an Aspire Cleito a couple days ago.

I tried to quit nicotine and eventually threw my mech mod away, but once I started smoking a pack a day again I was like okay might as well just buy another mod because apparently I can't quit nicotine but this is better than smoking at least.

I don't regret throwing my old one away because I'm really pleased with my purchase actually, and I like the way it looks. Reminds me of old computers or like 80-90's sci-fi medical equipment. Unfortunately I've never been able to hold still well enough to take a good picture.
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John Guffingford - Thu, 30 Jun 2016 16:51:10 EST gEgDAYEP No.2714 Reply
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>>503

Geekvape Griffin on top of a evic vTwo Mini
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Hugh Clerringwater - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 21:14:50 EST yVvyzFLL No.2726 Reply
vaping a sigelei 75w tc with the aspire atlantis 2
just ordered a fuchai 200w tc and a smok tfv8. cant wait
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Samuel Sunderfuck - Mon, 04 Jul 2016 02:12:35 EST hna1ojRC No.2727 Reply
Do you guys think I'll be straight if I use a Krixus Tank with a Coolfire 100W TC? This is going to be the first vape that I buy after messing with friends' for a long time, and I don't want to pussyfoot around with a starter kit.
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Samuel Sunderfuck - Mon, 04 Jul 2016 02:25:20 EST hna1ojRC No.2728 Reply
>>2727
Decided to say fuck it and get a Micro TFV4. Wish me luck!
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Betsy Bammledire - Tue, 05 Jul 2016 00:06:12 EST yVvyzFLL No.2730 Reply
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>>2726
A reply to my earlier post. Here's my Sig. Just ordered a SMPL Mech Mod and Doge X2 atty. Gonna get the fuchai next laycheck. :)
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LordVic !TAwkR.2N6E - Sun, 10 Jul 2016 22:31:54 EST WDjatTTV No.2749 Reply
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>>1826

Decided to add to the colelction finally

Picked up an eleaf istick 100w with a Smok TFV4. such an amazing difference in flavour.
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David Humblefoot - Wed, 13 Jul 2016 19:04:51 EST FcbnL7H9 No.2759 Reply
>>2749
watch out for RDAs on that 100W. i had one and that mullfucker decided it would be a good idea to break off the positive wire of the 510 screw on the unit itself. not a happy chappy. just pulling off the top of the RDA to fill it up over time weakened that joint. sucks cause before it was an awesome unit. (200w temp control unit now though. VERY happy with it.)
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Ernest Druzzlenadging - Sat, 16 Jul 2016 23:01:09 EST LlwGP+PW No.2767 Reply
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Ben using a Kbox mini with a Kanger Subtank.
Today I bought a Freakshow Mini RDA and the difference in flavor is outstanding.
Juices are Guava Cheesecake by Coil Butter and Pineapple Maple Blackberry by Charlie's.
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Betsy Pickridge - Sun, 17 Jul 2016 18:34:55 EST XYn3oUwq No.2768 Reply
>>2767

Yeah i miss that RDA. Great piece, really amazing draw/flavour.
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George Facklekutch - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 00:20:26 EST PKk8cB6A No.2775 Reply
>>2767
>>948

What am I doing wrong with the Freakshow mini? I'm running dual coil at .47 ohms (which was a surprisingly easy build). The airflow seems to small, and if I run it at anything above like 15 watts, it's super hot.
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Henry Bunwill - Fri, 22 Jul 2016 11:08:21 EST XYn3oUwq No.2778 Reply
>>2775

Hard to say mate, I used to run a single coil @.4ISH at around 35-45W and it was brilliant.
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Edward Chupperhatch - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 02:13:16 EST fDXlsYST No.2783 Reply
I don't know what my shit is but it's starting to make me understand why people like guns so much. Disassembling and reassembling all these metal pieces that fit together so nicely is really satisfying.
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Sidney Cuttingchidge - Mon, 25 Jul 2016 17:29:51 EST 6GdGPjE8 No.2786 Reply
>>1813
If only the temperature control would actually work with any frequency. It takes several seconds to activate at all, defeating much of the safety aspect. Not to mention the delay before it starts at all with TC on. And it feels much hotter than any other TC I've used despite the long distance from the coil.

The default Ni200 coil on mine actually turned brown at 50w 260c. The coil, not the wick. With just 50/50 menthol clear juice. Burned my mouth and gave me heavy vertigo. Something tells me that's not safe whatsoever. Full on nickle poisoning doesn't sound fun.
And the default setting out of the box is 60w 300c. Which would probably cause more problems.

After cleaning it out, switching to the other default .5 SSOCC, and turning TC completely off, it works fine. At far lower wattage of course. But that was scary.
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Alice Buttingstone - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:16:27 EST Yy7zzHGm No.2787 Reply
Kangertech Topbox Mini 75w + .5ohm premade clapton coil. Bought it from my friend for 35€. He gave me two batteries and mini RBA as well. It's my first vape device and I like it so far, very easy to use and fill.
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Archie Clabberdack - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 11:45:23 EST jqdnb4CD No.2790 Reply
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hey guys im new to vaping in general and im currently lookking for something that will help me be more discrete because i typically smoke out of a bubbler and it just produces way too much smell.

So I'm kind of leaning towards a box or even just a pen style that can accept a decent atomizer attachment, I don't like to take hot hits so I probably wont need a high powered unit

What I'm wondering is if i vaped weed in an atomizer attachment, would the smell be significantly less than burning it with a water pipe?

also are there atomizer attachments that can also have a bubbler attachment stack ontop of it,, or is it not really necessary when you can just control the temperature with a vaporizer?
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Thomas Weblingwell - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 09:28:01 EST IQ7EyOF9 No.2798 Reply
>>2790

Vaping produces nowhere near as much smell as smoking, there's still a little odour of burned popcorn that dissipates completely after about a minute.

Get the Solo, it's about the size of a Red Bull can and it's very easy to look after and load etc. You can get a bubbler stem attachment but vaping is nowhere near as harsh as smoking so I doubt you will need it, I would feel weird about water so close to the electronics anyway.
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James Firringstone - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 14:55:35 EST qhCm7VJ2 No.2884 Reply
my first vape, kangertech top evod, its a cheap lil thing

but seeing as how I only vape a few times a day usually after i smoke a bowl it works perfect for me, im not gonna be puffing on it all day long so all the cons i have heard about it are a non issue for me.

vaping beard co. no 05
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Oliver Blarringlock - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 19:50:11 EST XYn3oUwq No.2885 Reply
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Kangertech dripbox 160

Pros
  • clouds
  • squeezer box to fill rda is fun at first
  • clouds
  • can be used while charging
  • clouds

Cons
  • rda that comes with it kinda sucks, will be replacing soon
  • battery and liquid goes fast if you are a heavy vaper
  • this thing is awkward and oversized, not great for putting in your pockets

Overall, for how cheap it is, it's a high powered device that will keep you happy
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Walter Debberhetch - Sun, 18 Sep 2016 22:25:53 EST x3Iu5uge No.2951 Reply
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Hand Check.
Got the Troll V2 sitting on top the Smok H-priv 220w box mod.
Dripping Aftermath by Flawless, it's one of the best donut flavors I've tried and I've tried A LOT.
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Reuben Dizzlespear - Mon, 19 Sep 2016 06:27:58 EST PQGD6AOT No.2952 Reply
>>2798
I have to disagree. Vaping weed makes a pretty strong and distinct aroma. As someone who uses a flowermate 5s pro, I've always picked up comments about smell.

Whether it's walking in public and my friends catch the wave of aroma. Or inside my flat and my flatmates comment on the hall smelling herbal. The "vape make no smell" thing has always seemed a bit delusional to me. Its less obvious visually, but smell wise, you will catch it.

Smell only goes with Windows open for 20 mins.

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