I dripped for a long time with auto batts. Killed a lot of them that way, but it was rarely ever on first contact.
If you get juice in your auto you can try my tips: first, suck hard on the batty. Spit out juice. Suck again. If there is still a charge, you *may* get a little zap. Then leave the battery, hole side down, in a little cup with a tissue or napkin inside to absorb the liquid. After a couple days, repeat. Then wait again (same). A few days later you can try plugging inyour
For those with an interest, here is what I used discounting bits and pieces that I have forgotten about no doubt.
1 x Giant case already wired for parallel 18650's
1 x USB 5V Lithium Li-ion Battery 1 Cell Charger board
1 x SPDT Submini Slide Switch Rated 3mps at 125VAC.
1 x 3mm standard diffusion red led
1 x 100 Ohm resistor
1 x 3mm led bezel mount
1 x V4 Microswitch Push Button Switch Miniature 3A 125V
1 x steel microbutton retrieved from cheap
Updated 04-30-2011 at 01:20 PM by vereybowring
So I couldn't resist doing a quick video of my first creation !
YouTube - TheFirst
It now needs a name - I am taking suggestions over here
Got everything technical done last night, all I have left to do now is cosmetic work (polishing etc.) and having a really good vape with it - and with those batteries, it really will be a good long vape !
Will also do a short video at some point showing it working - will have to get the full camera out for some "sexy"
Purchase recommendations and final thoughts
So now that I’ve written a book on vaping let me provide my recommended shopping list for the starting vaper who is serious about success.
Prodigy V3.1 kit from Puresmoker full kit 6V 801/BE112, 510 adapter for same, 10 Boge stardard resists 510 cartomizers $160 I’d also suggest a some bottles of juice to taste or perhaps one of the sample packs.
Juice and extra atomizers