Looking for VG e-cig recommendation
Was vaping for a while about a year ago, but unfortunately found that PG was too harsh on my throat. I tried using VG e-juice instead but found that my 808 cartomisers simply wouldn't soak it up. Unfortunately I feel that I didn't get enough vap from the 808 either but now having been back on tobacco for a while I really want to get back on e-cigs.
I'm looking for something which can handle VG and which I can vape on all day, preferably without running out of batteries every 5 minutes. I should probably mention that I'm in the UK and would prefer not to use US outlets if possible.
I'm using Kanger T3's aka Tabac BCC
They are coil changeable. They come with 1.8Ω coils which tends to 'clean while vaping' and doesn't over heat. And there are coils in 1.5 (too hot for me), 2.2 (good for lighter flavors), and 2.5 (too light for me) but ymmv on all.
These on a Joyetech eGo-c battery.
My ejuice is DIY using a VG nicotine base, a VG blend that is dilute with distilled water @ 80:20 VG:H2O and flavoring that can have some PG in it depending on what the flavor maker uses to best get the flavor - some use only VG as well. Check the ejuice forums for links.
The T3's run well with that mix, but so does the vision stardusts, CE's and the eGo-c atty/tank system...after trying those, the T3 produces the best vapor and flavor for me. You'll get less throat hit with VG.
VG has problems if it's not properly diluted and even when it is, it can still have problems with fillers in cartos, where it might not wick as good as PG which is usually thinner.
On batts: suggest the eGo-c upgrade batt in 650mAh for 5-6 hours vaping (ymmv)
Get two and a charger:
Be in stock soon....
Last edited by Kent C; 04-05-2013 at 02:19 AM.