[QUOTE=gleekeelg;7943391]I told myself I'll get one as soon as one of my Ego's die. Now its not like I resent my Ego, I just... Oh look at that, dropped it. Again. Darn it, I kicked across the room trying to pick up. Again.[/QUOTE]
[B][I]So, I decided to try goodejuice. I was looking for a no battery 510 usb passthrough, which they had. Should have gotten a couple but I knew I needed some juice and cartomizers. I ordered a few of the 12ml bottles of the house blended tobacco flavors.
I also got a ce4 (i think it was) ordered.
I got my shortie cartomizers ordered from Hoosierecig and I ordered some other type of clearomizer from there. I hate not having supplies-I could use another kgo kit-mine still works,
So after the latest mishap of an ECF member with regards to an exploding battery, many of us feel that proper battery safety should be something we as a community educate newcomers to. I will do my best at explaining what we all need to know easily and quickly. Remember, this information pertains to Lithium batteries in general ... not just e-cigs.
*Batteries should almost NEVER be left to charge unattended in case of catastrophic failure. If at all possible, purchase a "LiPo
Updated 12-01-2012 at 10:08 PM by tc1
After reading a post by a new member whose Ego mini exploded after using it with the wrong charger, I thought I'd do a quick post on using a a lipo safe battery charging bag. I've previously posted on mod battery safety and how to use a digital multi-meter. With this post I want to show you a few pics on how to use a charging bag. These aren't just for use with mods/APVs, but can be used with any size pv. More explanation after the pics.
Updated 12-18-2012 at 09:32 AM by kiwivap
[B]FS[/B]: Lavatube Kit
[B]Known Flaws[/B]: Used but not abused.
[B]Description[/B]: [U][B]This belongs to my brother[/B][/U] (who has no time for ECF nor any forums). He's going for an upgrade (Yes, he enjoys vaping like we do!) and this will go towards funding for his new mod. This LT is the old school one with 2.5A limiter,