Upgraded a bit with the hardware used. Now, got a Kanger AeroTank. It is the first dual coil tank I have used. I really like how it hits. For me it offers more flavor.
Also upgraded with a new battery, a Ego V vv at 1100mAh. It does the battery thing well enough. I tend to wear a charge out after about a day of vaping. Got an older 900mah. I use the RGM2 a good deal as the out and about tank. Kind of retired the SmokTech Aro II tank.
Originally Posted by State O' Flux
Originally Posted by edyle
Seems to me one could make a glass window topcap instead of an all glass topcap, sort like this kind of thing
CoV markets the Chinese made "Aris" RDA. Shop around if you want one... 'cause pricing runs from $40 to $70.
glass windo rda
Got all that so far? Hopefully you have a better understanding of the processes that go on in these remarkable little devices. Let's move on shall we? Let's get to the core of this post, and why you've had to be inundated with all that information.
In the beginning there were mods. Mods were flashlights or just about anything else you can imagine that could be used to power an atomizer. The existing batteries at the time had very small capacities. So
I've been debating on writing about this topic for a while now, but figured it was time since I've seen quite a bit of posting lately and frankly what I feel is a lot of confusion about the subject.
Let me start off by saying this. This is my opinion and ONLY my opinion. I am basing this on both my own experience as well as my own knowledge given my electrical engineering and information technology background. I'm also a bit of a physics (particle physics as well as general) buff
Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor
Just an observation, but I have had really good success with vanillas and creams and sweetener in my juices. Often times when I hear about members having problems with their mixes, they don't use these supporting flavorings that enhance, brighten, thicken, and enrich their primary flavors. I thought I would go back to my post about how new juice makers can make great juice today and look at some of my rules of thumb. I thought it might be helpful to list primary flavoring(s), creams and vanillas,