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  1. Video Contest for Jeyps Vapor and Saint Quii Vapor: Nimbus

    by , 03-17-2013 at 07:54 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by mikepointfive View Post
    great clouds can be achieved without ribbon wire as shown here where i was trying to win a Nimbus..
    I just want to know it ribbon wire can improve on these clouds =]
  2. People asking for help.

    by , 03-17-2013 at 07:22 PM
    I am new to ECF, and somewhat new to vaping. However I am not an idiot. I have built my own mech APV's, made my own juice and fought for the rights of vapors. I joined the site because I have really latched on to my vaping and have became very skilled in all aspects of it. I joined to help, not to be help. It enrages me when fellow forum members are rude, cruel and unkind to people simply asking questions. Why even say anything? Why hurt someones feelings? Why are you above them? Because you smoked ...
  3. My DIY Recipes ... Continued

    , 03-17-2013 at 05:27 PM


    Ecto-1 with a tangerine twist!

    So after a handful of mixes I decided to release the "easy mix" version of this recipe. Check the Ecto-1 thread for a more detailed description.

    All flavors were TPA with no steeping.

    8% Lemon Lime
    6% Hawaiian Tropical Punch
    3% Tutti-frutti
    3% Tangerine

    If you find the citrus is too intense, you can lower the Lemon Lime by a few percent and leave it alone or ...

    Updated 03-17-2013 at 07:13 PM by tc1

  4. Volcano E-Cigs Review: Banana, Lychee, Peach

    by , 03-17-2013 at 12:27 PM

    Here's a review of three e-liquids from Volcano: Bonzai Banana, Lahaina Lychee, and Pipeline Peach. While I totally understand why Volcano's Lavatube is so popular and I love the company's vapor cafe's, I was disappointed by these juices. One of them was mediocre and two were worse.

    Check out the full review for all the details, as well as steeping notes.
  5. Budgeting for your first ecig purchase

    by , 03-17-2013 at 02:11 AM
    I thought I'd write a blog entry since so many new ECF members ask about a starter set. I wish I had this kind of advice when I first switched from cigarettes to ecigs. My first, like many here, was a cigarette-sized ecig that left me disappointed with not only the battery life, but also with the cartomizers' dry hits and the company's abysmal customer service.

    I learned along the way, and so here I share my knowledge. You don't need to buy a starter "kit." Those kits will

    Updated 05-11-2013 at 05:27 AM by Mariss716