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[QUOTE=Rin13;13170859][QUOTE=AngiBe;13163856]Here's the cotton I read on the byLeo thread peeps have used with good results. I'm getting some this weekend or next week
[URL="http://www.sephora.com/pure-cotton-P300602"]Pure Cotton - Koh Gen Do | Sephora[/URL][/QUOTE]
I've tried pretty much every kind of cotton. (cotton balls, cotton squares, the medical grade stuff and that Koh Gen Do) It all has that taste. Boiling it with distilled water helps with this but that flavor
[QUOTE=y cherry y;13131966][QUOTE=Mazinny;13126561]Thank you. So the extraction process is the same ?
Which category seems to be more popular ? I generally do not like flavored tobaccos ( couple of exceptions, mild flu cured and tropical ). If i were to order two tobaccos from each category, which two do some of the tobacco aficionado's here consider a good representation of the categories ?[/QUOTE]
No. The aromatics are all CO2-extracted, and are very, very powerful.
[QUOTE=Drozd;12601540][QUOTE=EKat;12601311]Do these come with instructions lol[/QUOTE]
Not usually that I've seen...often come with a dual coil set up on it at about 0.8 ohm....you could take 1 off to start at 1.6 Ohm (and have an extra coil)
Pretty easy...3 posts...outermost 2 are negative, center one is positive...
Make coils...trap one end of coil under one negative screw, trap other end under positive....try to keep coil as much in front of airholes in cap as possible
[QUOTE=Jonathan;12544300]I had heard of AEMSA only in name on the mister-e site, but I had no idea they had so many tests to pass in order to be certified. Sections 2.04 and 2.05 certainly made me feel better about the whole situation. This seal on a vendors site was always a plus to me, I figured all they did was monitor nic and cleanliness, but they go way beyond that. Guess I'll make it a prerequisite when I order from new vendors now. Good to know that AEMSA certified also means diacetyl free