I got my very pretty new purple Vision Spinner yesterday, along w/my husbands blue Twist. Pretty easy so far, I must say! I was nervous having read dozens of troubleshooting threads from beginners.
I wasn't going to receive any juice for a few days, so I went to a vapor store around here in hopes of finding a menthol tobacco flavor. They let me try the only menthol they had, which to me was more "minty" than anything. When asked what exactly was I looking for, the man grabbed
Originally Posted by Arnie H
In this photo you can see me waiting for my two 18650 batteries to charge in my trusty "Trustfire" brand charger:
It takes a Looooooong time!
Originally Posted by glassmanoak
Originally Posted by levisdaddy
i do love cantaloupe, and have tried a couple good ones, and a couple bad ones.
so to clarify, if i dont have EM i should just use the sucrose sweetener? not sour or lemon?
yes, use sweetener if you don't like the test batch. I wouldn't add sweetener at the beginning. Also, I would wait a few days before adding 1 drop of Real Lemon per 10ml. Add the lemon if your trial sample still tastes raw or unfinished, but only after a few days of steeping... never from the git
Originally Posted by Calivapr123
Originally Posted by shakeytails
... Those little air bubbles are a PITA, and I'm not willing to make a mess by overfilling and expelling air like I would with medication in a vial.
There's no need to invert the syringe and expel the air pocket. Unlike administering medicine into a human body, the presence of an air pocket is crucial to being as accurate as possible in DIY Juice, especially in smaller quantities. Without the air pocket, it's difficult to draw exactly to the desired measurement line because the rubber
Here's a review of three RY4 e-liquids from Janty, the company that created the original RY4. These juices mostly stick to the "classic" RY4 format of being bright and balanced, rather than the "modern" RY4 taste that many people know --heavy on the caramel and vanilla. I was particularly enamored with DK RY4 and Classic RY4, with the latter being my gold standard for synthetic RY4 juices. Full review and steeping notes here.