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  1. Differences Between Macro, Average, Micro, Nano, and Super Nano coils

    by , 09-08-2014 at 08:33 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by jdake3265 View Post
    Macro is a coil that has above average diameter and uses more wire so normally is higher in ohm ratings. Micro coils are slightly smaller than average size coils and they are typically lower in ohms which means that you can make longer coils which in turn means more surface space which means more flavor, yay. Nano coils are even smaller than micro coils, these should be built with caution because they typically are very low in ohms, but once again can be built with more wraps to get higher ohms,
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  2. Thought I Broke My Nautilus (Informational)

    by , 09-08-2014 at 02:57 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Trypno View Post
    So today I dropped my mod out of my pocket for the second day in a row. Yesterday I dropped my ProVari a good distance and bounced it off a rock, walked away with a missing window and a mod that still works perfectly. However I noticed my nautilus acting up a bit. My airflow control was sitting a little low, and my coils wouldn't push the connector pin all the way out.

    Today I dropped my mod again, just to the floor, but it was enough to split the Nautilus apart. With horror, I though
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  3. The flavor punch

    by , 09-07-2014 at 09:34 PM
    This is for all the flavor junkies of the world. More surface area means more juice vaporized means better flavor. So try using flat wire or micro, nano, and super nano coils. My personal preference is that cotton produces the best flavor, use organic cotton and i personally don't boil mine because i used sterilized, but you should boil your cotton. Try using flat ribbon wire, wick it all up, and then use pliers to flatten the coil so its more of an oval, trust me flavor production will be multiplied ...
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  4. How to add tobacco Notes to a Juice.

    by , 09-07-2014 at 06:21 PM
    As a tobacco nut I am always on the look out to play with tobacco flavors.
    How to reduce a tobacco note in a juice is easy. To add to or highlight harder.

    This is what worked for me.

    1. Tobacco Absolute. Depending on the leaf and curing process the flavor changes.
    You need very minute qty here. Under 0.5% else it will over power every other flavor in the juice.
    Try and keep on hand at least 2-3 types. I got rustica and Belgium from the USA.
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  5. The Journey So Far...

    by , 09-07-2014 at 07:46 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Kahnighit View Post
    Wall of text to follow. So I'll break it up into separate posts.

    Salutations e-cigarette form peeps!

    I'll just start off with saying thanks for being an invaluable source of information. One can get quite the education here. May just be able to get an electrician's apprenticeship.

    Iíve been a PAD smoker for almost 25 years. Came close to quitting a couple times but life and significant others who were actively smoking always tripped me up. I had tried
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