Originally Posted by garyoa1
Ok, Rundown. Why I like the i30 and the SVD
As far as the i30... I like the tighter draw and in a word... FLAVOR.
Yes. Tried the russian, kf's, smok, aspire, kanger, drippers... not a fan of any. Some are ok, but not worth the aggravation I have to go thru to get them ready.
Just got the nautilus. I like the adjustments so I can get a tighter draw and it's really well built. But that's the only plus. Flavor... not working for me. Unmounting it to fill... not
Butterscotch from Mt Baker Vapor
i tried this one in both my et dripper and a bridgeless atty....and the flavor just isn't there....aside from that it's a nice smooth, thick, velvety vape
lots of plume, no throat hit, nice feel in the mouth
it's not flavorless, there's a hint of butterscotch, slightly sweet, rich flavor
now this might be because instead of my normal 50/50 this one is 80/20 pg/vg
it's still a very pleasant and enjoyable vape,
Updated 10-24-2014 at 11:14 AM by Shadav
Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor
Chocolate Candy Bar anyone? Here are my favorite candy bars.....and all easy to make.
Caramel - 8%
Peanut Butter - 6%
Cotton Candy - 2%
Double Chocolate - 1.5%
Milk Chocolate - 1.5%
Vanilla Swirl - 1%
Sweetener - 1%
Coconut Extra - 8%
Toasted Almond - 6%
English Toffee- 3%
Milk Chocolate - 3%
Sweetener - 4%
Milk Chocolate - 6%
Originally Posted by nyiddle
(Will update with pictures later tonight/tomorrow, although there are plenty online).
This is my informal review on the Competition Doge RDA by Congrevape. I ordered mine last month (during Round 3) and received it about 3 days ago. Round 4 is currently open, and they will be shipping out at the end of the month (as far as I know).
So, this is essentially a fantastic version of the Tobh. I'd go as far as to say it's an end-all for cloud-chasing RDA's. Seriously. The people
Originally Posted by David1975
My last question is on the NI200. I understand this is non-res wire, sooooooo possible stupid question to follow How do we measure resistance when making a coil? I understand the board may read it, but as is, will an Ohm meter or multimeter still work with this or is it simply not that important anymore?
OK NI200 wire.
First, lets dispel the NR myth, there is NO SUCH THING as Non-resistance wire! ALL wire has resistance, even so called super-conductors cooled