Here's a review of three Sancia Smoke e-liquids from Nashville Vapor. Watermelon Man was my favorite. It's a sweet juice, but not obnoxiously so. It reminded me of Arizona Watermelon. Varilla has a nice banana flavor complemented by cream. It's like a banana Laffy Taffy. Unfortunately, it also has a strong, perfumey smell that made me put it down, even when I wanted to taste more of it. Old Time Root Beer didn't do much for me. It's
I thought this was an interesting read. The guy who wrote this seems very informed. The guy discusses his take on why he thinks vaping won't go away, and discusses what the possibilities are to happen even if the FDA does regulate it. It gave me a little hope so I figured I'd share.
I smoked cigarettes heavily for 40 years...2 packs a day of Salems. I tried to quit many times by many methods but met with no success. Someone told me about electronic cigarettes so I investigated. I bought a starter kit and from the first puff I've never had an urge to smoke a cigarette.
My health has improved immeasurably. It's been 2.5 years now. I use a Kicked Reo Grand as my one and only PV(personal vaporizer). It's easy to use, almost indestructible, and a great value. I mix
Here's a review of three of Vape Dudes' most popular flavors. I totally understand why Buttery Nipple and Mocha Java Drizzle are so popular, but Orange Cream was disappointing. I've had better creamsicle-type juices from several other vendors.
Full text review and steeping notes here.
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Bad, I watched a few videos on wick rolling and coil wrapping before I bought my RBA. I ended up combining what I felt was the best of them all. I am still using the the very first wick and coil that I made from the materials included with the AGA-T, and haven't yet touched the supplies I bought to go with it. The included SS mesh is not big enough to make a solid wick (and I I want to try that next) so I rolled it around a 1mm rod tightly, and was able to fit it into the 3/32" drill bit wrapped