This is the continuation of my vaping guide here I'll be going into some specifics advice on quitting as well as some advice on the hardware.
General quitting advice
Now Iím a big believer in the effectiveness of vaping. That said there are definitely some tricks that I found worked for me.
A little chemical help
First and one that I really hadnít considered until recently is that my doctor had put me on Welbutrin at one point to quit
I wrote this up to gather all my thoughts on vaping in one place (thought about posting it on the newbie forum but alas I can't start threads there and I wasn't sure where another good place would be. Then I remember this blog thingy and thought hey I'll just put it there and link to it.
Since Iíve went well over the 10k character limit on the blog here Iím going break this up into smaller sections.
We see countless Ecig advice threads and it can get a
So it's time while the epoxy is curing to start getting the wiring all ready to go for the assembly stage.
I'm a bit overcautious with stuff like this so I lay everything out first and judge wire lengths before I start soldering parts together.
Having got all that sorted in my head I discovered the first mistakes I'd made - but not relating to parts or wrong diagram.
Yes to save time I had soldered the -ve connectors on the battery
The first video blog to be featured on www.the-vapourmists.com. I ramble over the Sugarloaf Mountain and talk about wind, oak yoinking and 2 Enjuice tobacco flavours, aswell as things to come on Vapourmists!!
So i got out the milliput and made up a small ball of the stuff - trey recommend gloves but i can never be bothered with that.
Then I pulled a little off and sealed the rectangular slot on the top where the original usb hole resides.
In a couple of hours it will be still soft enough to make it easy to cut a small hole in it for the master on/off switch.
While I had it made up and you really shouldn't waste things I used the rest of the