Originally Posted by Arnie H
For those in Greensboro and surrounding areas:
Our first get-together and hang out session will be on Sunday, November 10th, in the community room at Deep Roots Market from 1:00 - 2:30 PM. There will be free e-juice samples, free disposable e-cigs, and a raffle to win a mech mod. Come and enjoy a laid back and relaxing atmosphere and have a vape with friends and family in one of the best places to shop in Greensboro. Current
Updated 11-07-2013 at 12:03 AM by Arnie H
So right on front of one of the local police we do a sharp right turn into the Mapco parking lot next door to Magical Vapors.
We walked into what was basically a head shop. Lots of, uh, "vases" and "lamp parts"as they used to call them in Texas.
One counter, though had an assortment of little clearos set up as a sample station. After a quick explanation of how everything worked, I started sampling juices. I wanted something that tasted like a Marlboro,
I took a break from blogging. No one seems the wiser. I had to put a hold on trying new vendors due to finances and Eddie's fear that I would spend every dime we have. Some things I have learned in the last month:
While I love the clean taste of the Protank 2, I hated the incessant gurgling, leaking and popping. I fiddled with flavor wicks as per advice from the Forum, and I fiddled with pg/vg levels. I also learned that the Protank is not actually wick-less, just bottom feeding and
[QUOTE=TomCatt;6840057]There has been a run on the Kanthal A-1 resistance wire that's been for sale on eBay with the surge in rebuildable atomizers. I've done some research into the resistivity and composition of the various Kanthal and Nichrome wires.
Kanthal is an alloy composed mainly of Iron, Chromium and Aluminum. The main difference between the composition of the different grades of Kanthal is the percentage of Aluminum.
Kanthal A-1 has 5.8% Aluminum
Updated 11-07-2013 at 12:52 AM by Born2Hula