Here's my first alcohol ink effort
If you don't recognize what wasn't inked... just ask
I will take some pics tomorrow outside so that the colors show better-provided we get sun
So, I was waiting to do this review... and I'll explain why through this review.
I want to note that this is my first RTA, but not my first RBA (I got an Igo-W first).
I clearly had not taken much thought into how big this tank was going to be in real life. I saw videos of it with batteries that I do not own.
This tank... is HUGE - Obviously, with a 5ml capacity. I took this out of the box and had to gawk at the monstrosity I had bought.
With the Igo-W
Updated 10-16-2014 at 03:45 AM by Quin
Originally Posted by tick22
Originally Posted by RaceGun59
Tick made the comment earlier about reading the postings to learn something new or perhaps help a new member. Anyone that has been around for any length of time knows that if a newbie asked a question about anything they are going to get 1 of these 2 responses.
1. Buy a Provari.
2. Buy a mechanical mod and a dripper and use a .5 ohm coil.
By the time most folks read the original post and offer some real suggestions there are already 5-6 pages of the above replies.
Originally Posted by hippesthippo
Originally Posted by edyle
What is "Taifun w/ Immo Ceramic"?
The Immortalizer RDA makes use of a ceramic disc as its base. That base, which can be ordered separately, conveniently fits perfectly onto a Taifun GT build deck with the posts removed. Even if you don't believe the whole ceramic equates to better flavor deal, it does serve to shrink the chamber. In my opinion, it does noticeably improve the quality of vape you get from a TGT. Particularly, when combined with a Nano Kit, the vape is quite
Yes, there are that many flavors containing diacetyl...and there are just as many that contain acetyl proprionyl & acetoin (other "butter" flavors), especially since diacetyl has been limited or removed from many 'vaping flavors'. Acetyl proprionyl has been shown to be just as dangerous as diacetyl. Acetoin is bad news, too (especially when combined with certain chemicals).
Most don't seem to realize that it takes several hundred individual chemicals to create just one