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  1. Epic Juice ECC 2013 Interview

    by , 09-23-2013 at 06:22 PM

    Here's a video interview with Epic Juice CEO Arthur Han. He talks about the company's origins, the Epic approach to making e-liquids, the Epic Juice menu, and what flavors are coming next.
  2. my brain is resistant to understanding resistance and variable voltage... help a fellow vaper?

    by , 09-23-2013 at 05:02 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by redeyes24321 View Post
    1. Variable voltage allows you to dial in your vape. You want to match up the voltage with the resistance of the atty you're using. Variable voltage allows you to change the voltage which will effect vapor production, flavor, and the heat of the vapor.
    2. LR attys are mainly used for mech mods that only put out the 3.7 volts the battery produces. Its also used on Variable Voltage devices when people want a warmer vape.
    3. SR attys are better for cooler vapes, and work best on Variable
  3. A Brief History of time.....long post be warned

    by , 09-23-2013 at 08:55 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Vapeaddikt View Post

    "All things change, but some things remain the same"

    I was a pack to a pack and a half smoker for over 25 years. Nicotine and caffiene have always been vises of mine. The Nature of my personality which has helped me in life has equally been my nemesis at the same time. Balance is key but for some a tough thing to do.

    I decided to pick up an e-cig for the first time back in late 2010. I'd tried to quit smoking several times in the
  4. My DIY Recipes (Round 4)

    by , 09-22-2013 at 11:06 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Arnie H View Post
    Several recipes tweaked, added two new recipes:

    Vanilla Nut Cream
    Triple Fruit

    I am closing in on perfection.

    E-Liquid Recipe's made by E-Liquid Calculator User's at
  5. Safe Vaping Chart

    by , 09-22-2013 at 09:03 PM
    Newbies, use for reference. It provides a good guideline

    On left is your delivery device (carto, clearo, atty) and on top is the volts you set your battery to.
    Stay in the green.