Originally Posted by Cnew
This was originally posted in the Aroma Ejuice forum, but I wanted to share it with those of you who might not look there regularly.
Edit: If you want to read more about whole tobacco alkaloids(WTAs), please search through the forum threads and you will see lots of info from both advocates and detractors. You will need to sift through the opinions and determine for yourself
another one not from my box of goodies
This comes courtesy of grand terrace vapor
I had wondered when I received this MILF juice what it could be all the note said was that they thought I might like this so I set it aside for a while but decided to give it a try today....
MILF from Grand Terrace Vapor
num num num
sweet strawberry creamy
The MVP and VV3 are widely considered some of the best values for a VV/VW mod in the current market. They do however have one glaring flaw with the 510/ego connection and contact with the pin inside the connection. This will result in the device reading strange resistances, or no resistance at all and failing to fire the topper. The ego threading also appears to be to deep so as to block off the air holes on some clearo's and is often the suspected culprit
Updated 06-02-2014 at 03:44 PM by Capt.shay
Not really a new build per-say, but something I've been using that I don't see anyone else doing. With 20pg/80vg I can chain vape on a genny, even as far as a puff every 5-10 seconds at that viscosity. Killer flavor, clouds of vapor, just a fantastic all day build...it does eat juice for breakfast though, so refilling does happen if you vape much.
Originally Posted by Baditude
If you are using the 2.0 ohm coils, around 4 volts should be a good starting point.
If you are using the 1.5 ohm coils, around 3.5 volts should be a good starting point.
A simple rule of thumb is to take the ohm rating, add the number "2", and the sum will be the voltage to use.
2 ohm + 2 = 4 volts.
1.5 ohm + 2 = 3.5 volts.