[FONT=Verdana]After reading a post by a new member whose Ego mini exploded after using it with the wrong charger, I thought I'd do a quick post on using a a lipo safe battery charging bag. I've previously posted on [URL="http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/blogs/kiwivap/3243-mod-battery-safety.html"]mod battery safety[/URL] and [URL="http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/blogs/kiwivap/3246-how-use-digital-multi-meter.html"]how to use a digital multi-meter[/URL]. With this
Updated 12-18-2012 at 10:32 AM by kiwivap
[B]FS[/B]: Lavatube Kit
[B]Known Flaws[/B]: Used but not abused.
[B]Description[/B]: [U][B]This belongs to my brother[/B][/U] (who has no time for ECF nor any forums). He's going for an upgrade (Yes, he enjoys vaping like we do!) and this will go towards funding for his new mod. This LT is the old school one with 2.5A limiter,
[FONT=Verdana]A couple of pics of the new chrome Vamo:
[FONT=Verdana]A little late with this, but did want to post my experience with the Zmax 2. It's created a stir because it has both variable voltage and variable wattage, and is accurate. I've been using it pretty heavily for several weeks now. I bought a stainless steel version 2 from Electronic Cigz. Like the Zmax 1 it can be used with a single 18650 or two 18350 batteries. I've been using it with an 18650 AW IMR.
It's solid without being too heavy. I've dropped it a few times with
In my opinion, the amount of cigarettes you smoked each day has NO correlation to your juice's nicotine level. lol. Thats just my opinion. Your juice's nicotine level more-so correlates to how long a drag you take, how many drags you want to take before you put your PV down, Throat Hit, etc etc...
If your vaping like you smoked, and it seems harsh, or it seemed like you were feeling a buzz before too quickly or too easily, and you want to continue vaping in the way that you are,