Originally Posted by qorax
Originally Posted by newyork13
Yes, but as Nubilis mentioned in a subsequent post, nic solutions keep well in the freezer, and I'm guessing if anything prohibatory occurs we'll have enough warning to stock up. And actually, unflavored nic solutions aren't bad vaping at all. And lastly, flavorings are readily available from many sources.
...and when nic is not available - we'd resort to extracting it
Big Brother or no Big Brother we will have
An idea has been brewing in my mind for a while. Until now, I had hoped that it was something I could start, something I could put together and show people and say hey, this is my contribution to vaping. However, I don't have the resources or skills to do this, so I want to pass the idea on to those who might.
Sometimes, and I think this is especially true for new vapers, people buy things based on a whim. When I was new to vaping, I bought a mod because I liked how it looked, before doing
I just got this tank earlier this morning. I think this is a wonderful tank thus far. I filled it this morning and still going. At 4.5ml tank capacity I think it's safe to assume it's an all day subohm tank with no refilling. I like what you get in the package. The options for this tank are amazing. I mean come on. I can vape with a 1.2ohm coil, or sub ohm with a 0.5ohm coil, and to top it off. When I'm ready to do rebuilding, bam! It comes with a RBA and to 0.5ohm coils plus cotton for the RBA!
Mechanical mods are advanced e-cigarettes that lack any kind of electronics or power output regulation. Due to their simple design and lack of safety features, mechanical mods are only recommended for experienced vapers who understand Ohm's Law and battery safety.
It's very important that you understand Ohm's Law if you are using a mechanical mod. If you're not completely familiar with Ohm's Law please ready my blog post linked below:
Ohm's Law 101 For Vapers
Updated 03-19-2015 at 10:47 AM by RamShot Rowdy