Originally Posted by robin931
As usual, I am using an ego twist with a LR bridgeless atomizer for direct dripping.
***I am adding a new category to my reviews... "Body"... or how the juice feels, in your mouth, nose, lungs etc. Most juices I have encountered have a dry and airy feel, but some have a thick and wet feel. Some coat and linger while others dissipate quickly.***
The Juice- 12mg nic, 70vg/30pg, steeped for 2 weeks, Color- Translucent orangish
I would like to say a few words concerning potential legislation concerning the "e-cigarette." There's quite a bit of misinformation about, and I would be remiss if I didn't do my part to inform my legislators. Please indulge me, because this is quite useful information, and it comes from a position that you may not hear from your other constituents.
E-cigs have been around for about ten years, surrounded by a mix of mystery and suspicion. Rumors
January 5, 2013
RE: Section 918 of the Tobacco Act
I am 57 years old, and started smoking in 1968 at the age of 13. I found myself unable to quit, despite losing several family members and friends to smoking-related illnesses over the years. About 16 years ago, I was hospitalized with pneumonia and was told that I must quit smoking, as another such bout of pneumonia could kill me. And so I did, off and on, for about a year. I used nicotine gum, and was completely miserable,
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the main thing you have to do with an atomizer that is acting up, is experiment with your draw speed, your draw strength, and how your holding the atomizer. For instance:
1. Try to picture in your mind, the juice in your atomizer right now. Maybe it is all UNDER the coil platform. In which case you may have to take 1-2 quick, hard pulls, to splash some of that e-juice back up into the ceramic coil platform and into the wick/coil.
2. Keeping the many possible juice