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Originally Posted by TomCatt
Using cotton (balls or Rolled Cotton) to rewick Kanger bcc's (Evod in pictures):
Disassembled Evod and cotton wick (pull and twist to form a wick from the cotton) - old cotton wick near the Evod base
More wick made from the same 'puff' of cotton
Originally Posted by McAldo
You can use both but IMR will give you better performance, meaning you are not going to get a wimpy vape when the battery is partially depleted and with particularly challenging resistance atties.
The general advice is to get AW IMR, which are rebranded high quality cells, but expensive.
A good, perhaps better, and cheaper alternative are EFEST
The difference between protected and imr is also that IMR have no internal mechanism preventing discharging too much the
Originally Posted by charlzrocks
I took advantage of the sale and am expecting a manual spinner in P U R P L E. I hope it's all cracked up to be like everyone sez!
Here's a video with Five Pawns president Rodney Jerabek on the company's tasting room. This stylish e-liquid bar features a classy and comfortable layout, as well as lots of artwork from Shepard Fairey. Customers can sample and purchase Five Pawns e-liquid, including the reserve line. As a special treat, customers will also be able to try flavors that are in development, well before they hit stores.
Originally Posted by micksf
Magic mask and Vape wizard are two different additives that do 2 different things.
MTS vape wizard contributes toward softening any acidic/sour perception, it assists in making vapour thicker, and it delivers both body and depth to any e-liquid. Try at 0.5-2%.
Magic mask reduces the acid perception without modifying the pH.
pH is one of the key factors involved in food stability. In order to reduce the pH, a small amount of organic