Originally Posted by Vapoor eyes er
Different delivery systems:- note bolded Atty, Carto, etc is the abbreviated form
Atomizer/ Atty- an element on to which 3-4 drops of juice is dripped- usually used for testing new juices because Attys are easy to clean. There are some diehard Atty users because it’s the best vape possible but very time consuming.
Cartridge/ Cart- a container with sponge (filled with juice) that is used with the Atty- juice drips on to Atty from filled cart and is vaporized-
Go me! I'm on a roll. A whole week smoke free.
However about a day or two ago, I think I came down with "vapors tongue." I started DIY mixing too, but I just can't distinguish my flavors...I don't understand. It's not that I can't taste them, it's that they all taste the same...very strange. I can't really explain it. Food hasn't much taste either. I've lost my appetite, eating more for necessity than taste. I've even been forgetting to eat, only remembering when I start
Here's my review of the Innokin iTaste SVD. After using the mod for a month, I'm very pleased with its consistent output, build quality, and ease-of-use. The only downsides are subjective; I didn't mind its length and enjoyed its weight, but understand that some vapers will find it too long and too heavy.
Full review with more details here.
Originally Posted by StaircaseWit
I've owned my AGA-T2 for a week or so and I'm finally able to build a wick and coil and eliminate all hot spots and have a good-running unit in short order.
I started oxidizing the wick in the way Scott on youtube (igetcha69) does, wrapping the coil on the unit, and having a go. Instant hot spots, and never did get it working. Then I tried the Petar K method, followed by the Petar K / Bluegrasslover's hybrid cotton method suggested by EDO. I struggled a bit with that, but eventually
Here are a few links to help me get started with DIY-ing. Thank you to B2L and everyone who is helping me through this mystical land, sharing their mentors and links with me, answering questions, and just being ever so helpful in my quest for knowledge.
1. Str8V8ping's Blog: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...gs/str8v8ping/ great info on mixing 0-nic to start, tasting the flavors, getting to know the flavors at various strengths, fine tuning complex batches, taking notes,