Draw strength; what's your preference?

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  • Too hard.

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  • Too light.

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  • Just right.

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Thread: Draw strength; what's your preference?

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    Default Draw strength; what's your preference?

    Hi everyone!

    And interesting question came up on the "Ask Leaford" thread, and I thought I'd share it with you all:

    What do you think about the draw strength on the Bloog MaxxFusion?

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    I like it the way it is. With Bloog carts I get a perfect mix of air in the vape. I actually "shave" some of my other brand batteries to match the maxx fusion

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    Would like to see something like Mistic draw-wise.

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    I would not change it. The smooth draw may not be for everybody but as a long time vaper I don't want to have to suck on it like a milkshake through a straw and that is how the mistic was when I tried it. Also many QC issues and duds with that brand.

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    I think it would be nice to have an option with 2 vents instead of 4 on the cartridge for a tighter draw.
    You know, something for everyone. Otherwise, its a great product and the customer service is top notch.

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    I love the draw the way it is.

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    Draw seems to be great to me... its all in what you get used to I guess. I just know that some of the vaporizers out there tend to give me a headache is the draw is too tight.

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    I like it smoothly tight not extra tight. I think is close to perfect the way it is not too loose, not too tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtim:8543717
    I think it would be nice to have an option with 2 vents instead of 4 on the cartridge for a tighter draw.
    You know, something for everyone. Otherwise, its a great product and the customer service is top notch.
    Hi I'm new to the whole e cig and forum but I agree with what this guy is saying, having recently started to vape coming from smoking analog's for over 10 years I choose bloog as my first real kit and the draw feels to easy and airy especially on the automatic batts (i got a couple extra so I've been playing with both manual and and auto), not that that it's necessarily bad, but it feels a lot different than a real cig and having at least an option for tighter draw might be nice for some (myself included), especially for people who are trying to switch from analogs, and prefer to use auto batts
    Last edited by andrewr623; 02-20-2013 at 03:12 PM.

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    so since I have last posted here I have bought a manual and a sealed auto batt from you guys and I like the draw on both of those quite a bit more than the regular automatic. I don't think that it is even much harder of a draw BUT it is a far less airy draw which was more of the problem anyways. so I would change my vote to not worry about upping the things that you need to stock, and instead just recommend the sealed autos or manual batts to people that may think your regular autos are to airy

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