Originally Posted by Rachy_B
(This is just a bit of fun, you're not meant to take this too seriously but the data is real!)
So, I started wondering back in January what my usage of nicotine really was and whether or not I could identify any discernible trends.
At the end of January, I DIY'd 30ml of 12mg Virginia-Honey juice and carefully marked each 2ml on a sticker on the side of the bottle. I left this to steep for nearly 10 days before using. On February 1st, I began using a fresh cartomiser, filled
Here's a preview of the Vapor Zeus from Vapor4Life. This is a slim and easy-to-use e-cig that's surprisingly powerful. Battery capacity is 900 mAh and output is 5.0 volts. While I've generally graduated from cig-alike products, I was pleasantly surprised by the satisfying vapes the Vapor Zeus delivers. That said, I still need to spend more time with it before a full review.
Detailed text preview and a long Simpsons tangent here.
Updated 03-01-2013 at 06:59 PM by RPadTV
My condolences. I'm sorry for your loss.
Many e-liquids are incompatible with polycarbonate and acrylic. Unfortunately, most of the inexpensive gear available is made of polycarbonate or a polycarb blend. Some plastics are described by vendors as being made of an improved material less likely to leach or leak, but leaching and leaking isn’t the same as cracking or melting.
Here is a list of just some juices people have had problems with:
ECF on-going list of juices known to crack tanks
Updated 04-06-2014 at 08:27 AM by The Ocelot
February was my first full month of vaping. I wanted to give a quick summary of my vaping exploits.
During the early part of the month I was still freshly off of tobacco products so I still experienced some mild withdrawals. Mostly a slight headache in the mornings and a few sporadic cravings. It was pretty easy to get through them with a couple vapes. I started my juice at 24mg, since I was worried when I first started out that I would choose a nic content that was too weak. The
This is my story of why I got into vaping. There is so much good information in ECF contained in a vast sea of threads, so I thought using the blog feature to consolidate my thoughts would be a great route.
In 2005, while I was in the Army, I started dipping. At first, I used to do it just after meals, then meals and before bed, on and on and more and more. To make a long story short, in no time I was dipping pretty much all the time. Since leaving the military in 2009, I took my