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    by , 03-31-2014 at 05:22 AM
    Man, I'll tell ya, I am so tired from the search and research. I'm the type of person that wants instant answers. I had been looking for this juice Pluid tonight! I now have a migraine, lol. I finally found it! If you have something that's be hell on wheel to locate, be it mod or juice or whatever, please tell me now! I found Pluid at www.vapingwatch.com on 3-31-14.
    Tags: company, juice, mods, where, who
  2. Vancouver Island Vape Expo

    by , 03-31-2014 at 04:28 AM
    [h=2]Vancouver Island Vape Expo[/h][COLOR=#333333][FONT=Verdana][INDENT]All the Vancouver Island ecig vendors in one room!

    When: Saturday, May 24th, 2014. Noon - 5

    Where: Ramada Victoria, 123 Gorge Rd. E, Victoria BC

    What: All the e-cig vendors on Vancouver Island have been invited to get together to display their products, host demonstrations and info sessions, and meet with vapers. We are working on a discounted room rate for those attending from out of town ...
  3. New member, old vaper, having issues with Aspire Nautilus

    by , 03-31-2014 at 03:25 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge M. Treviño View Post
    Intermediate conclusion:

    I built a single coil out of 32 AWG K. A1 with 3 lines of 1.5mm silica. It came out quite high at 2.8Ω (I was aiming for 2.2~2.4Ω) but I found a parameter. It's wicking and vaping beautifully at 8.5W on my eVic, wich is straining a bit outputting 4.87V. The juice, the same that gunked the head and crusted the coils, is tasting real good through the two middle airholes (2nd & 3d). The highest that the eVic manages with this head is 8.9V which basically
  4. New member, old vaper, having issues with Aspire Nautilus

    by , 03-31-2014 at 03:23 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge M. Treviño View Post
    Wow! What a steam locomotive of a thread... ;-D

    My vaping experience is scarce, having less than two months under the belt; however, coming from (tobacco) pipe smoking and being in the car trade do help understanding the issues. It's so that they are overwhelming. I just cannot get through my thick skull why the Rolls (well maybe just the Audi) of the atomizer tanks cannot perform as intended out of the box.

    I happen to have two of them (duplicated order, when I found
  5. Washing a coil?

    by , 03-31-2014 at 02:30 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by AndriaD View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Buggainok View Post
    I am one that just drops my used coils in a glass of warm water to soak for a couple of hours. Then I rinse and let them air dry thoroughly. I haven't gotten into dry burning the coils either. I don't like taking things apart and fiddling with them, but that's just me.
    The ones that I soak/clean that way last quite a while. They only cost about $1, so I just replace them when they don't work well.

    When I think of what I spent on 2 packs of cigarettes a day, replacing a $1 coil