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
Originally Posted by Darthpistachio
Been using one of these box mods for about 3 weeks now and very impressed so far - however like all chinese products nowadays there was no user manual - this mod can be tricky to fathom if you're new to these things - so I have prepared a user manual for new and prospective users
iTaste MVP User Manual
Originally Posted by Angel Wings
Originally Posted by WeTheEnemy
All right im def going with one. I heard when you reach 999 vapes on the counter it goes out of control into a 10 second hit. Anybody confirm/deny this? But either way i wont ever get there without resetting.
yes it does. it goes into a 'cleaning' mode where it fires automatically.
the easy fix for this is, watch the puff counter. before it gets to 999 click the fire button 3 quick times to put the MVP into 'off' mode. then click the button 3 quick times to turn it back
I guess everybody is different. At least that's what our fingerprints seem to indicate. On the other hand, our similarities are sometimes amazing. Take the common progression of using an electronic cigarette. Most of us start out wanting something that looks, feels, tastes, and behaves like a cigarette, but wind up with something almost nothing at all like cigarettes.
My story is not unique. I had been struggling with quitting analogs for years and I just sort of stumbled
Many would disapprove, but it has helped curb my cravings. It helped with weight loss before my weight loss surgery and now I mainly vape to keep myself from eating the "wrong" foods.
Early cigarette ads encouraged smoking to lose weight. Here's one example: