I guess you can say I'm a middle of the road vaper. I don't have a lot of mods. I can't afford to play very often. I love my eGos because they are inexpensive, and they do their job well. I will explore different options when it comes to cheaper items ... cartos, tanks, and misc. accessories. So I'll be offering my opinion on such things, should anyone out there take interest.
3mm cotton yarn, 4 strand, 1 strand=0.75mm
1mm cotton string, 4 strand, 1 strand=0.25mm
(of course doubling over the 1mm string would work too. I'd advise to untwist the braid first though)
Using 1 strand of each equals 2mm. when doubled over
the folded piece on kanthal(used for threading the wick into coil)
Do both coils, bottom first of course.
So far so good, seems better than new.
4 volts is a little harsh for me but starting at
Updated 06-13-2013 at 01:54 PM by Hitmetwice
This question comes up quite a bit...here's what I do.
-400-800 grit sandpaper
-Power drill (optional)
-Pliers (possibly needed to remove the button and button housing)
-Torch/Lighter/Gas range/heat source (same reason as the pliers)
First thing I start with is the spring cup. You will want to remove all the chrome from the outside AND inside of the cup. The outside for where the switch contacts the cup and the inside for where the spring
Updated 06-02-2013 at 04:12 AM by Rader2146
I was wondering what other people do with their flavors? When I get new flavors, I mix up a 10 ML bottle at 10% and label it. I then test that flavor and use that as a sample of that flavor. I than will start mixing with other flavors that I think it will work with using the drop method, and make and label those bottles. So I end up with lots of bottles in various stages. I final end up with a final flavor and have to go through all the label to get the mix.
But it sure seems
Gosh I hope my mailman isn't late today! They are literally a stones throw away from me now! So excited and can't wait to play with the Segeli Zmax Tele V3 and the Kanger protank!