the last entry here, i was still mired in indecision. then i had a great thing opportunity present itself. one of the major distributors has offered to exchange merchandise for my freelance writing skills. so essentially, my mind was made up FOR me. talk about convenient. i did not have to arbitrarily select a model. i wrote a couple pieces, and in return received a starter kit.
coincidentally, a super generous ECF member offered to send me a spare starter kit they were no
So, I'm at work. It's Monday. Boy, is it ever Monday. Lot's of work issues, clients not understanding that not everything that happens is our fault...typical. Sometimes I have to step away from my desk in order to keep my sanity even though I don't smoke anymore. I go vape in the alley where the rest of the smokers go so I can blow clouds of vapor everywhere. While I was outside today, I noticed that the smell of cigarettes was particularly strong and almost made me gag, but I fixed it with Banana
First off, I like the eGo-t.
It's a brilliant idea on paper, and for me, so far, it works well.
But when looking at it, I still have to consider the cost ratio of what is still a consumable item.
Any conventionally designed atomizer will fail eventually.
Right now, the eGo-t and it's branded brothers and sisters seem to be at best only as good as a conventional 510. And at worst, it's flawed and failing weak point - the stem/wick/needle delivery system to the coil
Here's an excellent post in the GLV Forum about consisttent output regardless of the type and ohm rating of atties. Very nicely done, 6pointprime!
Originally Posted by 6pointprime
To all GLV2 owners - I have good news.
You can use virtually any atomizer you want on a GLV2 with the 5v endcap - including 1.5 ohm atomizers including the Cisco variety.
Believe it or not the GLV2 varies the voltage output - automatically.
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