Originally Posted by Arnie H
I created this group for ECF members/vapers who also suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) or their friends and family. But the group is open to all.
There is no shame in having OCD.
OCD is estimated to affect 2 - 3 % of the population.
Of the 21,000 or so active ECF forum members, statistically speaking, around 500 - 600 have OCD.
As mod users, we depend heavily upon batteries. To assist novices to choose which battery to use in their mod I have written this guide. Our choices are Lithium IMR, protected ICR Li-Ion, and a new class of Hybrid batteries.
High quality IMRs are currently recommended in place of protected ICR Li-Ion for all applications. reference - Rechargeable Batteries
IMR (Li-Mn) are the safest batteries available for vaping. They use safer chemistry, so they don't require a built-in
Updated 02-20-2015 at 05:58 PM by Baditude
So I just got in a few more packages I was expecting, but I think I've ordered so much stuff that I'm not even sure how many more I have coming.
As soon as I decided to take up vaping as a hobby I think I should have ordered some anti-depressants for my bank account. I've only thrown down about 300 dollars at the moment, but I predict massive spending sprees in my future.
I'm not huge on socializing, I only keep a few friends around, so I have plenty of time to get my hands dirty.
[COLOR=#333333][FONT=Verdana]Just thought I might share something I found out about cleaning the AMG pro spec slant coil atomizers from Vapage. I have been stunned how well it works, even with old atties that I thought were history..even after several soakings in Vodka. Anyway, there is a caveat to this method. It uses isopropyl alcohol. If you are savvy and careful, it's not a problem. But if you tend to be careless and in a hurry it's not advised you try this, as you risk possible ingestion of
[B][IMG]http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/images/icons/icon1.png[/IMG] Check Points on the Vmod Road[/B]
[COLOR=#333333][FONT=Verdana][INDENT]Thought I'd put down a few things to help when things don't seem to be going well with one's Vmod:
[B]1.[/B] Check the battery. Is it getting low? I usually find I need to change mine soon as it drops below 3.6v in order to maintain a good hit.
[B]2[/B] Adjust the draw with the little screw in the chassis connector as needed.