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  1. Are the more expensive ejuices worth the price?

    by , 06-10-2013 at 09:56 PM
    For me, price has been no indicator in the quality of juice. I've had some really nasty expensive juices, and some absolutely phenomenal cheap juices. I have learned however that QUANTITY OF AVAILABLE FLAVORS is a pretty good indicator of how good the overall juices are in terms of flavor. Usually vendors that offer a huge variety of flavors are hit or miss with their formulas, while vendors that focus on a smaller selection of flavors usually make sure that every one they do offer is a major hit ...
  2. tfa flavor %

    by , 06-10-2013 at 06:21 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by michaelsil1 View Post
    TFA Flavor %

    Absinthe: 10%
    Almond Amaretto: 5-10%, 5/5
    Apple: 10-15%, 4.5/5
    Banana Cream 10%-15%
    Banana Nut Bread: 5-7% (Great for mixing)
    Bavarian Cream 5%-15%
    Belgium Waffle 8-12% 4/5
    Bittersweet (Choc): 10-15%, 4/5
    Black Cherry: 5-15%, 5/5
    Black Honey Tobacco: 3-5%
    Blackberry: 6%
    Black Sesame 1/10% (per eikon) that's .1 of a percent
    Black Tea 12 % 3/5 needs a little steeping
    Blueberry: 15%
  3. VG Based Juices

    by , 06-10-2013 at 12:14 AM
    Not safe for all. This means the flavorings have PG but in 100% VG liquid. Which are fine for many people.

    American eLiquid Store

    Cajun Vapors Flavors are PG based

    D & D Vapor

    Delightful vapor Unfortunately it is just our base that is 100% VG, our flavors do have a small amount of PG in them, we are looking for flavors that come in VG as well, we just have not found a high enough quality product yet.

    ECBlends 20% off Code: 10020

    Updated 08-10-2013 at 01:59 AM by FL Lori

  4. Feedback...

    by , 06-10-2013 at 12:04 AM
    I understand the reason for classifieds feedback. Folks like to know if the buyer/seller is trustworthy and lives up to their commitments. The only problem is, the system doesn't work if folks don't take the time to leave feedback. I've left feedback for all my transactions with ecf members, yet only one of these people left feedback in return. Heck, one person I had 4 different co-ops with. This really bums me out. I've even sent PM's to these folks asking them to please leave me classifieds feedback, ...
  5. Is it best to get a starter kit or buy them separate?

    by , 06-09-2013 at 10:36 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Iffy View Post
    I think Vaping Zone super concentrates are the easiest to use!

    My minimal DIY requirements:

    eJuice Me Up calculator
    20ml syringe
    5ml syringe
    1ml syringe
    30ml bottles
    5ml or 7ml bottles (for test samples)
    120ml bottle (for bulk base)
    100ml graduated glass cylinder (for bulk base mixing)

    Of course I have more DIY equipment