Originally Posted by zoiDman
Does anyone mix up unflavored nic juice to add flavorings to?
I have been doing this for a Long Time.
My Nicotine Level an PG to VG Ratios for my D2D e-liquids don't change much. Neither does the Total Flavoring/Sweetener Percentages. It is about 15%.
So Instead of doing the Math EVERY Time. And Working with High Nicotine mg/ml EVERY Time. And having to Wash a Sink full of Lab Glass EVERY Time. I just make about 250ml's of Pre-Mix which is 15% Higher in mg/ml
Originally Posted by cjsmiley13
Use to smoke Marlboro menthol smooth 100's, a pack a day, trying to vape! HARD! what is the equivalent in ml at 18 mg ? trying to figure out if I fill up a 2.6 3s, how much I'm vaping. does this make sense? lol
Originally Posted by super_X_drifter
Here is a thread where I have compiled my most popular videos
Tension Wrapping a perfect micro coil using a precision screwdriver:
Tension Wrapping using the coil gizmo by artistic wire:
Mounting the coil (on a cyclone - similar to a IGO-S):
wicking the coil with KOH GEN DO
Pomegranate Tea from RAWR Vapor
this is the first tea vape that I have tried and I have to admit it is pretty nice. Somewhere between a green and white tea flavor, somewhat sweet, although I don't taste the pomegranate in it it is still a very nice refreshing tea vape.
no throat hit and plenty of plume.
While this doesn't taste like pomegranate, it does taste like a good sweet green/white tea flavor so it's a so so vape...great taste just
Originally Posted by Baditude
With variable wattage, you find a nice setting which you prefer and set it, say 7 watts. The MVP's chip remembers this. Then say you change tanks and its a different resistance coil than the first tank's. The chip recognizes the change in resistance and makes the calculations/changes needed so that you are still vaping 7 watts. Set it and forget it.
With variable voltage, it helps to already know the resistance of the coil. The MVP can measure this by pressing the V (voltage) &