[QUOTE=Rachy_B;9423642]Month three started out with an optimistic attempt to use 8mg during the day and 4mg at night or while chain vaping. This did not work out as well as I'd hoped. In certain circumstances, I think it's quite sensible for me to use 4mg - like when I drive, because I know no matter what the strength, I'll chain vape. The rest of the time, I'm better off sticking to something a little stronger. On 15th April, for example, my nicotine was as high as when started measuring my usage
[QUOTE=Rachy_B;9118971]In my second month, I've cheated a little. In the first two week, I used 11mg religiously. By the second two weeks I was using 10mg, thinking I could cut down still further. Using 10mg didn't stick around for long though as I thought about using a lower nicotine strength closer to bedtime and DIYd some 4mg coconut flavoured juice for such a moment.
Around the same time as making my 4mg juice, my ecab arrived...
I was very much enjoying my 4mg juice
I hope some if you guys or gals on here can help me.
I seem to waste so much of my time waiting for emails back for different company's, I've now waited 2days to hear back from kanger and still nothing, it's bad enough them being In china and me in England as it is, it's very difficult to deal with things through just emails which realistically is the only option. It seems to take days to get anywhere with any of these company's, just say if I'm getting one reply every few days and
Originally Posted by skoot
This is a popular topic here and I often see posts about it. This is some background information that may help you understand how this all works.
I have been doing internet marketing for 20 years, half of that with e-commerce websites of some form. I currently run a website on the Big Commerce platform, which I will discuss, but I am not affiliated with them or any other company I mention.
The first thing to understand is the chain in a secure transaction.
I have often read posts on the subject of increasing a battery's run time (time between charging) through use of a higher resistance atomizer. The premise is that higher resistance, and thus higher voltage, will require less amperage to achieve the desired power (watts) than a lower resistance atomizer would require.
For Reference: Ohm's Law Calculator
4 Volts and 2.0Ω will produce 8 watts with a current of 2.0 amps.
5 Volts and 3.1Ω will produce
Updated 05-02-2013 at 03:45 AM by Rader2146