About a month after getting the Atomo clone from 101Vape.com, I started having problems. The switch would sometimes get very hot, or I would get a shock. It seemed to be worse when I used the knuckle of my pinky to fire, rather than the tip of my middle finger. At first I thought it might be the battery rattle screw that went into the 510 connection. It was always just a few threads away from coming out completely, and was always a little wobbly. I thought that the screw might not be connecting
For reference: I am using an EVOD, Aerotank, & Igo-W. I have an Ego-C Twist, MVP V2, & a mini pass-through which I use at about 4.2-.3.6 volts (as low as 3.2 in the morning (or on the MVP) - and sometimes up to 4.6 on the pass-through) - with 2.2-2.8ohm coils.
I've been learning a reasonable amount about these flavorings as I use them, and have found that steeping is absolutely essential for quite a few of them (at least a week) or else there is that perfume-y/chemically flavor
Updated 08-29-2014 at 03:56 AM by Quin
I'm listing more detailed items than most folks do but this also serves as a type of backup inventory sheet in case any of this grows little feet and wanders away. Again, this is more for my benefit. Edits may be required at a later time.
Authentic Mech Mods:
• Magneto - Stainless
• Magneto - Brass
• V3 Flip - Stainless with Blue/Personalized
• Smok-Tech RSST
I think I've gone a bit mod-crazy lately. I've been blaming it on the looming FDA final decisions regarding vaping and the uncertainty around what that will mean for us in the long term. How hard it will be to purchase hardware, materials, juice, and so forth.
So many stores have opened lately and consequently, so many eyes are opening to the fact that 1) vaping isn't smoking and 2) just because it is a vaporizer doesn't mean we're trying to smoke weed on the sly. (A major issue
If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck is probably some apparatchik lying thru his teeth in an effort to expand the spare of the public's rib that he's allowed to gnaw on.