Originally Posted by VapRLady
I have a ton of those blank self adhering return labels on sheets for the printer, (3'X1"), and since I do a lot of mixing in the tank, (12 eVods), I need to be able to keep track of what all is in any particular tank. I write the combination using abbreviations across the short end of the address label and then snip it off, 1/8"x1" and then peal and stick. This way I can change labels many times in a day and it's not too much work to do so.
Vamo V2 VV/VW - Stainless (Got mine from DiscountVapers.com)
the Vamo has one of the highest power outputs available. Stainless is a very resilient finish compared to the chrome/gunmetal.
Smoktech Natural Mechanical (LiteCigUSA.net has them in stock fairly priced)
a rather inexpensive mechanical mod that uses the same batteries as the Vamo. Not a bad looking device either.
AGA-T+/T2 Genesis Atomizer (Got mine from DiscountVapers.com)
a very versatile
An analogy if you will:
I will use meatloaf for this one.
The common ingredient is hamburger. Now there are different grades of hamburger (as there are different grades of flavoring)
Then you have those that grind up their own beef (vendors that extract their own flavors)
What makes my meatloaf great to me is all the other things I add to it. But no matter what other things I add, it is still meatloaf.
Most meatloafs get an egg added (we'll pretend
Updated 06-18-2014 at 02:41 AM by Robino1
With my new-found determination to try e-cigarettes, I marched right down to my local discount tobacco store.
Note: I live in a very rural area. Iím not thrilled about it (thatís an understatement, actually). I like to say that around here thereís a developmental lag equal to a generation or so. New products generally tend to reach this area years after their introduction in larger markets. I find the limitation in choices as a consumer extremely frustrating, to say the least.
I've been ordering e-liquid from Virgin Vapor for over a year. I always get a message from Canada post saying that my parcel will be reviewed by Canada Customs. However, for the first time I got: ""Item has arrived in Canada and was sent for further processing"
Has anyone ever got this message before, but ended up receiving their package?