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  1. Converting VMod for blind squonking

    by , 04-12-2013 at 11:31 PM
    For those that happen not to know -- blind squonking is when you sqeeze the bottle while tooting on your carto/atty without firing. It pulls juice into the atomizer. When you hear slight gurgle, it's enough. Stock VMod doesn't do it -- you have to tip it, but then you end up with a mouthfull of juice.

    Get a silicone tube (or straw) and the bottom metal piece from a replaceable clearo head, like Vivi Nova. It kind of looks like a bolt without threads with a hole through the center. Put ...
  2. A Duck Tape Mod for a Protank and Kanger Battery Cover

    by , 04-12-2013 at 05:37 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by VapRLady View Post

    Yep, Here it is, one genuine Duck Tape Protank Cover I like to call the "Protank Protector". This Protank Skin is made from 100% Black Duck Tape and features a no slip grip and durability beyond belief.

    I will not be selling this item, (NOT
  3. Juicy E-Juice Review

    by , 04-12-2013 at 12:10 AM
    Juicy E-Juice and Amsterdam E-Liquid are based out of Canada and are a high quality company that seems to really focus on customer service.
    I contacted the company a few times with general questions and I had a response back within a few hours. Everyone was helpful and pleasant.
    If you have a concern of shipping times, I can say for myself, I received my package in approx 3-4 days and I live in New Jersey.
    That's about the same time it takes to receive a package from a local
  4. Kanger Protank After a Month of Use

    by , 04-11-2013 at 08:26 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by VapRLady View Post
    My husband and I ended up with six Protanks between us since we ordered from Kangertech, (took a month), then we ordered from sun-vapers, (which does have them is stock as of today), and liked them so much we ordered another set long before our Kangertech order finally arrived yesterday. We have almost a month of solid vaping on them.

    We ordered them because we like the eVod because of it's ease of use, lack of leaking and solid performance. We have left all other delivery systems behind,
  5. Formaldehyde in e-vapor

    by , 04-10-2013 at 07:00 PM (Tenshi's Notes)
    Quote Originally Posted by tenshi View Post
    Indoor air that contains formaldehyde should be below 123 μg/m3 in order for it to be safe.... below 50 μg/m3 shows no adverse affects. A typical home contains formaldehyde levels of 20-40 μg/m3. Another example, a southern California study measured an average formaldehyde concentration of 15.3 g/m3 while in a vehicle.

    According to what was posted here in this study, looking at the Supplementary table, they found 0.06 μg/m3 in this study just barely above the limit of detection