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Some thoughts, experiences and observations on various personal vaporizers I've used/owned. Hopefully some useful tips.

  1. Getting along with the Vmod Bottom Feeder (Part 2)

    by , 09-17-2013 at 04:11 PM (Random Vapor)
    Here are some tips that have been gleaned throughout the various threads for the care and maintenance of the Vmod. These were mostly re-posted by tearose50 (thanks, Tea!).

    FEEDING THE VMOD:
    "Here are the initial instructions. The Vmod doesn't require more than a tap -- no big squeeze needed, though some prefer to do it that way. With the XL there are many successful methods people have developed.

    Feeding:

    1) invert device & wait for juice ...

    Updated 09-19-2013 at 05:39 PM by fourthrok

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  2. Some links to helpful threads about the Vmod & bottom feeders

    by , 09-14-2013 at 03:44 PM (Random Vapor)
    This list was compiled by Katdarling.
    (Original) ejoker's VMOD thread
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    Updated 09-19-2013 at 05:30 PM by fourthrok

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  3. A Clean Atomizer is a Happy Atomizer

    by , 08-26-2013 at 07:18 PM (Random Vapor)
    Just thought I might share something I found out about cleaning the AMG pro spec slant coil atomizers from Vapage. I have been stunned how well it works, even with old atties that I thought were history..even after several soakings in Vodka. Anyway, there is a caveat to this method. It uses isopropyl alcohol. If you are savvy and careful, it's not a problem. But if you tend to be careless and in a hurry it's not advised you try this, as you risk possible ingestion of the isopropyl. Just sayin' ...
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  4. Getting along with the Vmod Bottom Feeder (Part 1)

    by , 08-26-2013 at 05:44 PM (Random Vapor)
    Check Points on the Vmod Road

    Thought I'd put down a few things to help when things don't seem to be going well with one's Vmod:

    1. Check the battery. Is it getting low? I usually find I need to change mine soon as it drops below 3.6v in order to maintain a good hit.
    2 Adjust the draw with the little screw in the chassis connector as needed. Just because it was set right earlier doesn't mean
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