Adding oil to disposable carts: Help
Hello Everyone, new to the forum, and I am also a complete backwards person, the kind that wants his e-cig traditional cigarette size.
I have just stated using the new Krave King that is rechargeable, and in this forum I found talk of refilling the carts maybe 2-3 times with oil.
Can someone post real quick how this is done
The Kings Carts are male, the battery is female.
If anyone needs a picture to help spread the knowledge, just let me know
Send a picture of the mouthpiece part of it. I never used cigalikes, but I am an avid cartomizer user.
Found it on YouTube, this is the roughest vid on there. But it is short, to the point, and actually (from what I know) the syringe is probably the best method for putting the oil in the empty cart.
How to refill a disposable electronic cigarette cartridge - YouTube
Welcome to the forum, Greg. Check out the InfoZone (ECF InfoZone - The is the E-cigarette Forum Information Zone, for all your ecig needs), especially the section for new vapers (New e-cigarette users Archives - ECF InfoZone). Lots of useful information and answers to questions. Also, in the Assorted PV Topics forum, there's a subforum devoted to cartomizers you should take a look at.
Note that it's e-liquid, or juice, *not* oil. Do NOT use oil in your cartomizers!
Thank You for catching my error there!
Originally Posted by AgentAnia
K, so its E-liquid or Juice that I want, NO OIL!!!
I prefer the condom dunk method. Flood it, then blow it out.
Wow, more help. Thank You to everyone that has posted.
And, I know its dumb, but I still want it to be the size of a cigarette, i'm old I guess -
Old Dog New Tricks, only wanna change so much
are two well known vendors of "cig-a-likes"; check out the subforums for others who prefer these.
And welcome to ECF!
I showed my EVOD to a smoking car club member at our last meeting. He stated that he'd prefer a cigalike himself. I don't see the logic but we're all different and I wouldn't expect everyone to agree with my preferences either.
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