My freshman English professor blew out a huge cloud of blue smoke and said, "I won't say anything if you elect to smoke in my class, but keep in mind that it is not, strictly speaking, allowed, and some self-righteous ..... may elect to report you." His tobacco was allegedly cherry scented, but it bore little if any resemblance to the smell of cherries. It' didn't smell like tobacco, or anything else for that matter. I think they just picked "cherry" at random, because the
This month marks 13 months without analogs. I'm the type the type of person that goes "whole hog" into an activity and this was the case with vaping. In the beginning there was so much to learn. Hours were spent on this forum learning the ins and outs of vaping. Learning about all of the different types of batteries and MODS. Reading about and trying all of the different cartos, tanks and atomizers.
The next step way DIY. A lab stirrer, an ultrasonic cleaner and a whole
Just a place to store my equipment that I have for people that ask.
(I'm lazy and I get tired of pasting my links in time after time)
Good Luck on your Journeys and Enjoy. This is what I have found to be good for me, and the best prices I could find on them for domestic delivery.
I received all items within 2 days of ordering (I do have amazon prime though)
SID from Mad Vapes:
[QUOTE=Gahh;10318598]Hello fellow vapers.
I have 90 days free from analogs that I was making myself for .90 cents a pack. Smoking 3 packs a day for me wasn't expensive , just costly on my lungs.
Started with stock C3, C4 cartomizers ontop of a 650 mah battery. Through the weeks of learning all about great vaping, coil rebuilding was a must. Of course silica wicking is the standard but I used cotton ball, cotton yarn ( boiled ) and cheesecloth. Cheesecloth rolled to about 3mm wick size
I hope you all enjoy vaping as much as I do.