Originally Posted by hubblecraft83
I wasn't happy with the commonly filmed coil technique. If anyone new to this is having trouble with shorts and hotspots give this a try. I recommend 500 ss mesh but any mesh will give you good results.
*Make and oxidize a tight dense wick per the http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...0-ss-mesh.html thread technique (no center hole, as tight as it can be. almost the size of your wick hole). Don't go overboard with oxidizing, you
Originally Posted by Mike Goff
I've been wanting to pick one of these up
A pin vise is about the most perfect device for winding coils. And it's been used by line engineers in the telecom industries for decades. An inexpensive example if you want to try one (available also on eBay and elsewhere)Ö
Professional Swivel Head Pin Vise 2 Reversible Chucks
It allows you to wind with tension directly from the spool which negates the need to torch or compress. You can simply pulse the wire on your
Cha-Yen Orange Blossom. So this has been sitting for a couple of weeks now so I decided to fill a tank tonight. Initial impression was sort of "Eh." - neither great nor not-great. Vapeable so I kept going, raised the voltage just a hair. All of a sudden, yum. A lightly creamy orange iced tea. Now on second tank.
Watermelon Jubelance. Ordered this for the other vapers as I'm not a big watermelon fan. I thought it was OK, nice and light. Everyone else adored it and
Updated 05-03-2014 at 12:52 AM by Kellin
Well, itís been a year since I last sucked on a combustible. I wasnít planning to quit; I had, after all, been a 1-4 pack-a-dayer for 35 years. And I liked it.
I started smoking as a kid, blessed/cursed with a super-sniffer, which made the world an often unpleasant place. The kids I hung out with smoked things that, for a normal person, should have prevented nausea. I had the opposite reaction, so tobacco became my defense, when in their company. Then it became
Nice set of pics to illustrate dryburning and rewicking!
Updated 05-26-2014 at 10:37 PM by edyle