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  1. Variable Voltage and Variable Wattage

    by , 11-26-2012 at 06:32 AM (The Vaping Alternative)
    I'm not a fan of "vs" posts, which is why I changed the title to reflect having both variable volts and variable watts on one device. For myself, I prefer variable wattage over variable voltage because I can switch from one accessory to another and stay at the same watts. Or I can adjust watts and not worry about calculating whether the volts are ok with the ohms - the device, such as the Zmax, adjusts the volts automatically to the right level.

    With variable voltage I have
  2. JCWEST On A Mission: The iHybrid from ihybridmods.com and 310vapers.com

    by , 11-25-2012 at 06:08 PM (Vapers Corner)
  3. Vinegar?

    by , 11-25-2012 at 03:39 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Vappa View Post
    Pffff, after reading for one night and one morning i ended up here...

    Great thread this is!!! I'm going to try the vinegar and citric in my juices and see what difference this makes. What i learned so far:
    - Citric adding 1-4 drops/5ml in fruity juices and other sweet and deserts, brightens up the flavor.
    - Vinegar adding 1-4 drops/5ml in tobacco, mellows the flavors.
    - Lor Ann Tart and Sour adding 1 drop/2ml gives body and sweetness with a hint of sour.
    - Measuring
  4. A Few Zmax 2 Photos

    by , 11-25-2012 at 08:30 AM (The Vaping Alternative)
    A few pics of my Zmax 2 while I kick back this weekend:

    Updated 12-18-2012 at 09:33 AM by kiwivap

  5. Vivi Nova 2.5 and Bolt notes

    by , 11-25-2012 at 07:59 AM
    Just some notes on what works best for me with these two devices in combination.

    Although the Vivi Nova can be laid down horizontally without leaking due to the good seal, it will flood the atty. It works much better when you keep it vertical and keep the juice below the top of the wicks.

    If there are issues with vapor production, remove the tank from the battery, remove the top, and remove the silicon seal and look down into the atty. Use a q-tip or other pointy stick ...