I've just changed my e-cigar body (after two-odd months it's seriously flagging and I don't manage to get a good drag on it even though I've tried cleaning it repeatedly. Shame really, but good going).
The new body which I've ordered ages ago seems to have a hair-trigger switch. It comes on spontaneously—just lying on my desk—and the slightest tap with a bent safety pin in the hole activates it so I think that's where the problem lies.
I've tried to fix it with bits of cardboard (doesn't work) and it occurs to me that this could be a potential fire hazard if I put down the egar without dis-engaging the battery.
Has anyone experienced this? I'm now nervous about carrying the thing around with me, even with another body.
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Hope this helps?
We used to carry the e-cigar but found that most analog cigar smokers chew on cigars and didn't cozy up to the e-cigar (or e-pipe) like cigarette smokers did. Since they all carry the same vapor (just much more of it) the 302 met the same user vapor requirements as the e-cigar and more suppliers carry pen styles.
I know this isn't the answer you're looking for, but if e-cigars aren't evolving as a mainstream product, the 302 may be a fallback for you.
Could be this old problem.
Originally Posted by Denni
Klum: this is just what I was looking for! It can be very difficult to find threads on this forum...
The great news is that the cigar bodies are washable. I may succeed in resurrecting my old device
However, this is a new cigar body without any deposits (one would hope).