In a previous blog titled 'My Kayfun Lite Build Odyssey', I rambled on at length about my efforts to achieve a good vape. I talked frankly about some of my mishaps and mistakes in hopes of providing some answers to others with similar problems. Now that some time has passed and I've had some more experience, I thought I would set the record straight on a few things, and provide a handy chart of drill bit size comparisons.
First of all, much of the frustration and difficulty I mentioned in
Updated 08-30-2014 at 12:04 AM by Noble Gas
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Three years ago, I purchased my first eCig, a very bad-tasting Cig2O . The next was a Metro, not quite as bad but bad. Then, the three piece 510, which was a major pain because it required constant probing, fluffing and dripping.
Back to the ECF for a lot more reading. I did not want to give up on eCigs.
Now comes the part where I admit to a failure of clear reasoning . . . If they are rated #1, they must be really good. . . . Right? Wrong!! And if that
So I got an Igo-W in the mail a couple days ago, and like everyone else, felt the airhole was WAY too small.
Took a 1/16 drill bit to drill it out and it took pretty much forever (I actually took a break at about the end of it for a couple hours because my hands were getting pretty sore just pressing the damned button and the battery was getting low on the drill).
I know there's better types of drill bits for drilling out holes on tanks, but that was what we had in the
Originally Posted by jakematic
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