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  1. Best topper of the year.... Full stop.

    by , 05-03-2014 at 07:54 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Choc_Addic View Post
    Kayfuns in it's varied versions, be it clones or not. May even be called different names like aqua.

    Can there be any improvements made to its design, built?

    • Easy to set up even for novices.
    • Great taste and flavor.
    • Can become smoke-stacks if you are inclined. Experience required.
    • Built like a tank. Even in the cheapest of clones.
    • Multitude of parts available allows for great customization. Gold? Black? Clear? Coloured? No problem.
    • Leak proof.

    by , 05-03-2014 at 03:07 PM
    moved to vaping under ground dot com

    Updated 09-25-2014 at 08:26 PM by HeadInClouds

  3. "Better" way to search this forum.

    by , 05-03-2014 at 12:30 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by rowdyplace View Post
    Well, in my opinion - anyway.

    This DIY sub forum is packed with some excellent knowledge often buried deep within a thread of a different name. I have not been overly impressed with the forum's built in search function. It always produces site wide results.

    Wanting to just search a sub forum, and limit my findings to only those in that sub forum, I went to Google for help.

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    I wanted to find all of the mentions of the

    Updated 05-20-2014 at 11:38 PM by rowdyplace

  4. Fool-proof Genesis Technique. Before you sell your Genesis style RBA, read this.

    by , 05-03-2014 at 03:37 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by hubblecraft83 View Post
    I wasn't happy with the commonly filmed coil technique. If anyone new to this is having trouble with shorts and hotspots give this a try. I recommend 500 ss mesh but any mesh will give you good results.

    Hubble's GenTech

    *Make and oxidize a tight dense wick per the http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...0-ss-mesh.html thread technique (no center hole, as tight as it can be. almost the size of your wick hole). Don't go overboard with oxidizing, you
  5. A Pin Vise is a perfect tension winding tool...

    by , 05-03-2014 at 03:03 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Goff View Post
    I've been wanting to pick one of these up
    A pin vise is about the most perfect device for winding coils. And it's been used by line engineers in the telecom industries for decades. An inexpensive example if you want to try one (available also on eBay and elsewhere)

    Professional Swivel Head Pin Vise 2 Reversible Chucks

    It allows you to wind with tension directly from the spool which negates the need to torch or compress. You can simply pulse the wire on your ...