For those still deciding on an iStick purchase, I've included my initial review of my first iStick from Oct. 6, 2014. Three months later (12-28-14), my thoughts remain the same. The only things I would add is the apparent inconsistencies in Eleaf's quality control and the soft metal alloy of the top cap, allowing the 510 threads to strip/wear easily. Would I still recommend the iStick? Absolutely, as long as you know what you're getting yourself into. With all its shortcomings, I purchased
Originally Posted by aldenf
Originally Posted by igottasrt8
Does the iStick have great battery life or do the Chana 30 watt boxes suck batteries? My iStick seems to have MUCH better battery life than my 30 watt Chanas. Am I crazy?
If you are a moderate vapor, say 15W or below, the iStick will outlast any of the DNA 30 boxes, authentic or clone.
LiPo batteries have a very different discharge curve, allowing more usable Ah above our APV's battery cut-off level (3.2-3.5V). The other reason the iStick's battery level shines is it's
As an armchair grammarian, I'm always interested in how our language bends and twists to accommodate new things, and how it never really seems to follow any logical pattern for winding up where it eventually does -- favoring the lowest common denominator.
For historical perspective, and street cred: I started using electronic cigarettes a little over five years ago. I had been trying to quit cigarettes for the ten years previous at least. I loved smoking cigarettes, pipes, cigars,
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Here are some threads you may like to read through for different flavoring companies. Many of the posts include recipes and comments about a specific flavor.
1. Flavor Arts (FA) - Pure Vapes has 3ml FlavourArt flavorings
2. The Flavor Apprentice (TFA) - The Flavor Apprentice Flavoring Thread
3. Inawera (IW) - Inawera - a few reviews
4. Hangsen - The Hangsen Thread
5. VapingZone -