So… I am one of many technicians in the show-business industry and as professionals, we apply the strictest safety standards in order to keep people happy and…. alive and well.
We rig tons of overhead structures, from lighting truss to gigantic complicated moving structures. Over the performers, the staff, the public and even, sometimes, we suspend performers in the air over the staff and the public. It is of capital importance for everybody’s sake to do so as safely as humanly possible.
Will vaping kill me? I don’t know!
Does pg/vg break down into formaldehyde or other carcinogens when vaped? I don’t know!
Does silica shards or dust escapes from the wick and gets stuck in my lungs and eventually give me a nice silicosis or what not? I don’t know!
Does chromium oxides and other nasty stuff escapes from my KICKASS oxidized gennies stainless steel mesh, inflicting me with god knows what chromium oxides does to the body? I don’t know!
3: The Variable voltage/wattage devices
This is where things get interesting. What is a variable voltage or wattage device?
In its most simple form, a variable device is a battery that allows you to adjust the power that will be pumped into your atomizer.
Despite its name, an atomizer is a very simple piece of hardware and all of them work using the same principle. It is composed of an absorbent material that will hold your e-liquid called
Updated 07-29-2013 at 08:05 AM by Steam Turbine
2: The starter kits
I would classify 2 types of electronic cigarette starter kits:
“The proprietary starter kit” and the “Custom made starter kit”:
The proprietary starter kit is the most popular, hassle free, widely available and expensive kind of kit. They usually come with 1 or 2 batteries, a battery charger (often USB), 2 or 3 cartomizers (cartridges) and a carrying case that may or may not be able to charge your batteries. They often imitate the
Updated 07-29-2013 at 08:01 AM by Steam Turbine
1: The Disposable electronic cigarettes
Most people first get a taste of vaping with these. They are considered by some, myself included, a very important device that should be carried by whoever sells regular cigarettes. They are the perfect scheme to attract people into vaping. Unfortunately, they usually SUCK! With a capital “S” followed by a capital “UCK”.
Of the plethora that I tried, only the NJoy King (not to be confused with the OneJoy or simply