Originally Posted by Susan~S
Originally Posted by SmokingAStogie
I was told by some friends and the guy at my local vape shop that an IPV3 would be good for cloud chasing but they never told me how many ohms i should be running and i have no idea how to get my ohms up.
The beauty of using a high variable v/w mod is you don't have to build low sub-ohm coils to get a great vape. In fact, low sub-ohm coils defeat the purpose of using said devise, and work against you.
Check out this thread: My thoughts about sub-ohm and latest VV/VW devices...
Originally Posted by carrielsal
I am new to DIY, but did a lot of reading on the subject. The consensus for long term storage is the freezer. The nic should be transferred to amber glass bottles with as little headroom as possible. I purchased 500ml of 100mg/ml nic and transferred it to 30ml amber Boston round bottles; that way I only have 30ml at a time that is exposed to the air.
Nude Nicotine has a pretty good write-up on long term storage for nic.
E-Liquid Chemistry Education Archives - Nude Nicotine
If you just tighten the screw at the bottom of the RBA, it's not enough to secure the positive screw block. You may also have issues with the center screw coming loose when the RBA is attached or removed from an APV causing intermittent shorts.
To secure the positive block remove the small center screw, #19. Hold the positive screw block to the negative screw block with a pair of needle nose pliers so it doesn't move, then tighten the center screw, #18.