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  1. We need to really start pushing back

    by , Today at 04:39 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by warrior3995 View Post

    Ray Yeates

    5 hrs ∑ Edited

    Hi everyone. I've made my pleas, I've called them all as often as I was able. So far to no avail. It's depressing, frustrating and beyond my comprehension to fathom that so
  2. Peaches & Berries from MadTown Vapor

    by , Today at 01:21 AM
    ug...mr dino you are not my favorite person at the moment
    (for those that don't know, order 2 or more bottles of juice and he'll send you a free sample juice....)
    i've been dreading trying this one.....sorry.....moving on.....

    Peaches & Berries from MadTown Vapor

    Yep 2 of my most hated flavors in this vape....Peaches and Mangos........
    no throat hit, absolutely smooth vape, plenty of plume and sweet juicy fruits makes this a great ...
  3. Organic E-Liquid suppliers

    by , Today at 01:08 AM
    Forum favorite and first organic supplier I ordered from. Offer a three pack of 4.3 ml samplers for $11.99 or $13.50 (different lines) in either zero or 12mg nicotine 100% VG only. Prices vary widely on the larger non sample sizes but are available in both 50/50 PG/VG and 100% VG and in zero, 6, 12, 18 and 24 mg nicotine. At least 72 different flavors as of January 2015

    42 flavors as of January 2015. Regular non samples start at $2.95 for 5ml, ...
    Tags: organic
  4. Air wick room freshener is a PV

    by , Yesterday at 02:01 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by warrior3995 View Post
    Greg A. Hamacher

    2 mins ∑ YouTube

    Air Wick E-Cig?
    Air Wick E-Cig? Actually I'm experimenting to see if the Air Wick acts the same as an electronic cigarette and will vaporize the juice....sure
  5. Testing tube mech mods/RBAs for conductivity

    by , 01-27-2015 at 04:05 AM
    First... you need a digital multi-meter (DMM). How much you choose to spend is entirely at your budgetary discretion.

    A word of caution before we begin. Make sure that your meter is set correctly before any test. If you forget to switch from resistance to voltage and apply live voltage, you will pop the fuse in the meter... and unless a spare came with the meter, I doubt you'll have a back-up.

    Moving right along...
    With the meter set to it's lowest Ω resistance ...