I've switched from a "popular" DIY calculator to a new one that's easier to use and doesn't need Xcel or a spreadsheet program to run. It allows as many ingredients as you want to add to a recipe and lets you add ingredients conveniently. It calculates the cost of each batch and also gives gram weights if you mix by weight rather than volume. Personally, I find mixing by weight much easier to do and a heck of a lot more accurate, making it very easy to reproduce a recipe exactly like
After over a year of vaping and going from strictly stick batteries to X2s, iTatste VV V2 and finally a Vamo, I decided to try a carto tank. So many people use them and seem to think they are the best thing since bottled beer and sliced bread. I got a Raven tank from GV to "get my feet wet", which could be a very appropriate reason. It also seemed unique since there is no filler in the carto. I also got a funnel to make filling a little easier. It is well made, but that's the only
This was my first venture into the world of VV, and I bought it before Volt came out with the Spinner. I decided on the iTaste becasue the magnetic head system accomodates both 510, 808 devices and a proprietary iTaste device. Being a SI/Volt guy I wanted the ability to use 808 without any adapters and the iTaste does that. It is advertised as a 700mah battery system, but I find it doesn't really perform as well as an X2-650 in terms of battery life. That can be a result of boosting voltage
I've been fooling with DIY and have come up with what I call "RS4". The actual percentages can be increased to suit your own taste, but I think the key is to keep the ratios constant. This has a slightly caramel flavor with a nice throat hit, for me at least.
Caramel Cappucion (WL) 2.5%
Chocolate (WL) 2.5%
Tobacco Absolute Blend (ALC) (WL) 2.5%