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  1. New to Vaping

    by , 03-26-2013 at 08:00 PM
    Hello everyone,

    I started creating a Vlog to share the things that I have been learning, since I seem to bore all of my friends when I rant on about all the cool things with vaping. After a few weeks, I realized I was not really cut out to make videos; between the awkward talking to myself and the finding of time to set everything up. So, maybe a Blog will work out much better for me.

    Now a little history:
    I was a terrible child, I started stealing my fathers cigarettes ...

    Updated 03-26-2013 at 08:44 PM by Deamon L. Scaduz

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  2. What Exactly does Variable Voltage on a Joyetech eGo Battery Mean? What is the Voltage at each setting?

    by , 03-26-2013 at 07:58 PM (Blogs of My Posts For Further Referance)
    Quote Originally Posted by nomorebutts4me View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kent C View Post
    You have Joyetech's eGo-c "Upgrade" usb passthroughs. And while they say there's a vv mode, it isn't true vv like the eGo-c Twist where you can dial in a particular voltage.

    There are two modes on the eGo-c upgrade batts. One is the same as a regular eGo-c batt where the voltage is regulated to a constant 3.3-3.4 volts throughout the whole charge of the batt. They call the other mode 'vv' but what they mean is that the voltage varies in the manner that a non-regulated battery
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  3. What Exactly does Variable Voltage on a Joyetech eGo Battery Mean? What is the Voltage at each setting?

    by , 03-26-2013 at 07:55 PM (Blogs of My Posts For Further Referance)
    Quote Originally Posted by nomorebutts4me View Post
    I have two Joyetech ego 650's and a 1000 pass through that are Variable Voltage. I know how to turn on the variable voltage and such, but what exactly is happening when you opt for the second voltage option? What voltage are we talking about at each setting?
  4. Cobalt Blue Glass Tank for ZAP

    by , 03-26-2013 at 12:28 PM (Tenshi's Notes)
    Heard a few people say that the cobalt blue tank doesn't fit the ZAP... Well, it does, you just have to use the o-rings that comes with it. It's a beauty ^^

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    Tags: cobalt, provari, tank, zap
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  5. Wrapped my first coil

    by , 03-25-2013 at 07:34 PM
    Well my vaping career has finally entered the rebuildable stage. I got a monster mesh tank and finally got some kanthal wire. My first coil got messed up because my needle bottles needle was to big for the whole and I learned don't ever unscrew the top cap while a coil is on top. So the second wrap, after re-assembling the tank, took about ten minutes to get firing without hot spots. So far no dry hits. The success for today: if they made a movie of me making this coil it would only get a PG-13 ...
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