Originally Posted by buffy76
18 years smoking 4 weeks ago today i had a go on a friends ecig plain ego ce4 , the same day i went and bought the same kit one week later i bought a vision spinner 2 , and today i bought a vamo v6 . ive spent over £200 in 4 weeks so its an addiction in itself but im having fun and i have been off the real cigs 4 weeks today
The Atomo clone I bought from 101Vape is getting less and less vape-time with me. The battery rattle screw is just not long enough to accommodate my batteries. It's a giant PITA futzing with it every time I change the battery. My Jam clone works pretty good on it because it has an adjustable positive pin which can be unscrewed out to a ridiculous length, but there's another problem - the Atomo clone (at least the one I got from 101Vape) is only 21.8 millimeters in diameter. So my 22mm Jam hangs
Updated 11-08-2014 at 05:27 PM by Noble Gas
I got bored waiting for my new Infinite CLT dripper to arrive (it's supposed to be delivered today), so I grabbed another bottle from the big pack O' juice winnings from the gracious and wonderful folks at Mad Vapes (see previous blog for details), and threw some into a freshly built dual coil setup on my Nimbus clone. The juice I grabbed was Top Vapor's Cherry Cola.
I'm going to pause this review for a moment to talk about soda. Or, if you're from the Midwest, pop (shoutout to my homies
Updated 11-08-2014 at 04:25 PM by Noble Gas
I have been using 75 PG 25 VG and my acne cleared up to almost none. However i decided to try 50/50 and my face broke out all over again. So i now know it is the VG that makes me get bad acne. So back to 75 PG 24 VG. I would just go completely 100% PG but i heard it is hard to breathe at 100%. So i will stick with the 75/25 . So glad to finally get my face back and to know why it was happening.
I recently won a Mad Vapes giveaway contest, the one for 250 ml of e-juice. I chose my flavors and strengths based on each brand's pg-vg ratio - some for the Kayfun, some for the dripper. In all, I got 14 different juices. I even chose a few flavors I wouldn't normally consider trying, just to expand my horizons, as it were. Whenever I get new gear or new juices, I try to blog about it. I do this for a couple of reasons but mainly because I have personally relied on reviewers to make nearly every