Originally Posted by nobutts1
Dear apathetic, I am cracking up with your anxiety!! as I know what you are talking about,!!! that was me 3 months ago.. calm down now and just listen.. the research is endless on this site, and that is because we are all, in a sense, beginners, this is new technology for everyone, even the makers of the ecigs are still learning!!! My advice is to go to smokelessimage.com and get the volt manual.. just do it. juices are so subjective, I like coffee and nut flavors so I order from diyflavorshack
Considering the price, I was really impressed with the Innokin iTaste MVP. It offers great performance and battery life in a sturdy metal package. I wish it had a resistance meter instead of a puff counter and while it will accept some eGo-threaded parts, the popular Kanger T3 won't fit on the unit without an adapter. All that aside, I believe this is one of the best values on the market today.
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Updated 11-17-2012 at 03:44 AM by RPadTV
Well, I figured I'd start a blog, not that its a big deal. Maybe it'll help me keep track of things!
I dropped my pack of smokes the day I picked up a pv. Pretty good. I haven't caught up on my expenses yet, but I should in another 2 or 3 weeks, if I ever stop buying things. (Although I want to make everything prettier with tanks and drip tips. Good thing x-mas is coming up!
So far I have discovered that I hate bud clearomizers. But the long-wick ones are doing wonders
Here's a review of the Totally Wicked Odyssey, one of the most unique and beautifully crafted vaping devices I've used all year. Considering that it is made in the UK, uses high-quality materials, is exquisitely made, and is backed by a five-year guarantee, the $99.99 price is surprisingly low. That said, it's not for everyone. It's very heavy and you have to hold it in an unusual way. You'll also have to swap out batteries