Originally Posted by JimmyDB
Originally Posted by Alien Traveler
David, thank you. Reading this thread I decided I will not order anything from Angelcigs.
Originally Posted by David Brown
Take responsibility for your own actions and be an adult.
David, I think Alien DID take responsibility. (S)He said that they 'decided', didn't even dance with a 'maybe I will' or 'maybe I will not' or any other B.S. I'm happy with that, not that anyone should care.
Me,... I will likely order from Angel Cigs anyhow. If I get the wrong end of the stick, I'll cancel payment
I'm going to start here with some thoughts I probably should have put in part 1, but oh well. They'll go here, anyway. I started vaping because I wanted to quit smoking. I have smoked off and on since I was about 17 years old, and I just truly detest the habit. It tastes nasty, it smells nasty, and it leaves a nasty residue on everything - including the smoker. It's just yucky. I've also always been allergic to it; ironically, that's part of the reason I started smoking. I have lived with smokers,
So, I've been trying to decide how to track what I'm doing, what I like, and what I don't like. Not really a video person, so youtube is out. Can't stand Failbook, so the Notes there are not a great option. This seems like the logical place, so here we go.
I smoked my last cigarette on August 30th, 2014. It was a Wednesday. My very first vaporizer, the one I'm using now, is a gorgeous purple Vision Spinner II. Let's chronicle that first. I love the variable voltage option, but
Originally Posted by lostbnr
I have been having good luck recently with the ikenvape cartos. The flavor is really good in those. I mainly use my kayfun now though. I can't vape on cotton anymore so the kayfun gets silica or ekowool. Still go back to cartos and the wife uses them all the time. Really convenient when you don't want to rebuild or have no time too. Is the pro tank 3 coil any good? It's dual coil isn't it?
Carto's are great. Apart from their reliability and sheer no-fuss (relatively) practicality there's
Updated 09-13-2014 at 12:34 PM by MacTechVpr
Originally Posted by qorax
Sophia Vertical Coil with Rayon
Step-1. Coil Prepared:
Wrapped 32AWG torched kanthal (with NR legs) over a toothpick (approx 2mm OD).
Step-2. Coil Squeezed:
Removed the coil, held it between a pair of tweezers and gave it a heated squeeze.
Step-3. Rayon Wrapped:
A small piece of Rayon is