Originally Posted by piggy
Originally Posted by GnarlyCar
The VAMO V2 has eGo threading, but the collar at the base of the tank doesn't come off. If you screw an eVod or a T3/MT3 or T3s/MT3s on there, the base is completely covered, so when you unscrew it the tank comes off the base and the base stays on the VAMO. Time to get a pliers and hope you don't chew the carp out of the stem trying to get it out. I use a 510/eGo adapter on SS V2, which offers about 3/8" more height so the base is exposed. The VAMO V3 has a removable collar, so that's not
I have 2 mixes that I use daily. Here is the recipes.
I start my diy with a base. I've gone down to 7mg nic. I mix 50/50 PG/VG at 7mg. When I make a batch, I make a large batch of "base" then I parcel it out in 40ml containers. I'll have 10-15 40ml containers full of my base when I finish a batch. Then I store in all in an extra fridge downstairs.
Peanutbutter cream. This is my main, daily vape. I LOVE it!
To 40ml I add
3ml Flavor Apprentice Peanut Butter
Yesterday I went out and while completely ignoring my status as an utter noob in the world of vaping, bought myself a device I am given to understand by some on these forums that I have no business owning, and no right to even talk about in public. Apparently I also committed the grave blasphemy of ignoring my station in life as a testosterone challenged gyno-American, and was promptly put in my place by those who resented my rude intrusion into the male sphere of vaping.
After over a year of vaping and going from strictly stick batteries to X2s, iTatste VV V2 and finally a Vamo, I decided to try a carto tank. So many people use them and seem to think they are the best thing since bottled beer and sliced bread. I got a Raven tank from GV to "get my feet wet", which could be a very appropriate reason. It also seemed unique since there is no filler in the carto. I also got a funnel to make filling a little easier. It is well made, but that's the only