Here's a review of three excellent e-liquids from Want2Vape's Signature Blends line. These are some of the richest, most complex, and most authentic tobacco e-liquids I've tried. The full review can be found here and the Cliffs Notes version is below.
Louisville -- A delicious Burley-based blend with a tiny, tiny bit of sweetness. My favorite of the three.
London -- A complex English tobacco blend of Virginia, Oriental,
Got my VAMO kit in from fasttech.com, and I love it. There is one problem that kinda made me mad. The kit clearly said it came with TWO VIVI NOVA tank systems. One issue with that. The tank systems have VIVI NOVA tanks on them but the systems inside are not VIVI-NOVA. I have two VIVI-NOVA tank systems from Vision, I know them well inside and out. I read about people having wicking problems with them, I have never had such an issue. The tanks that came with my VAMO wouldn't screw into my EGO... wait
Originally Posted by lostboy
So I have been searching for a Menthol Ice recipe ever since I started DIY and never found a good one. So I decided to experiment on my own and I think I found my all day vape! I use to vape strictly Menthol Ice for 3 years and it cost me a good amount of money. But I think with this recipe, I won't be needing to spend $15-$20 for a bottle no more. Here's the VERY simple yet VERY good menthol recipe that is just right for me...
TFA Menthol 3%
TFA Koolada 2%
Originally Posted by QRXT
Tina, if you want to multi quote, you click the button on the posts you want to include. Then when you get ready to write your reply , scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the +Reply to Thread button. It's on the left side, right above the quick reply box.
Originally Posted by tc1
So after the latest mishap of an ECF member with regards to an exploding battery, many of us feel that proper battery safety should be something we as a community educate newcomers to. I will do my best at explaining what we all need to know easily and quickly. Remember, this information pertains to Lithium batteries in general ... not just e-cigs.
*Batteries should almost NEVER be left to charge unattended in case of catastrophic failure. If at all possible, purchase a "LiPo