As this method has worked quite spectacularly for my tanks, saving for future reference...
[QUOTE=Mitey F;8763906]I had been curious about cotton wicks for quite some time now. With no wire for my AGA on hand, that wasn't going to happen. Then I saw the [URL]http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/clearomizers/377470-installing-cotton-you-kanger-t3s.html[/URL] thread started by floatingtrem.
I figured, "Hell, I've got some extra T3 heads sitting around, why not?".
[COLOR=#800080][FONT=palatino linotype][B] Since the tragic loss of my first battery ever, I decided to look for another. I [/B][/FONT][I][B]*was* [/B][/I][B]going to get another Spinner, but I figured I'd get something different this time, because why not?
Here's where it gets difficult. I was thinking I should pay around the same price as the Spinner, but thought "how abt a spinner w/a passthrough? Ah, why not? Just a couple xtra bucks, no biggie. In my search I ran across
I could use some help. How can I fix all of my ce4's from leaking. I only have one pro tank at this time and have ordered another but in the meantime what do you suggest? If, there is anything that could be done besides throw them away.
Here's a review of the Avid Vaper AMP Tank. It uses standard 510 atomizers and submerses them in a pressurized tank. It takes a few days to learn how to manipulate juice flow and airflow, but after that most vapers should be able to handle it easily. It's a great solution for vapers that want the full flavor of dripping with some capacity, but don't want to mess around with building coils. Full text review here.