The costs of running this huge site are paid for by ads. Please consider registering and becoming a Supporting Member for an ad-free experience. Thanks, ECF team.

Blog entries by kiwivap

  1. There are a number of different variable wattage mods available right now - and they all have variable voltage as well. Some-one asked which one to buy, so I thought looking at a few options in one place might help. It can be hard to decide when the options are scattered around from one link to...
  2. I tried a few little experiments today because I'd read some-one else's views about their Vamo, and I wanted to test a few things out, including what the hits are like using different battery set ups. I have never used stacked 18350s before with the Vamo, but did try out a few things using one...
  3. There was a question on the forum today asking if APVs (or mods as we call them often) are really any different, and asking if they just do the same thing anyway - if we removed differences like variable wattage and durability. There was also a question about why people have more than one - are...
  4. I've been getting into rebuildable atomizers lately. These seem to have had a surge in popularity lately with quite a few newer vapers taking an interest and asking questions. This post is a general explanation of what they are, and I'll post a helpful video I came across here too. What's the...
  5. [IMG] Got a nice extra in the mail yesterday. I'd ordered a CCTS, which is a completely mechanical mod, from a vendor in Indonesia. One reason I wanted this is I am going to try out an AGA-T+ soon, which is a rebuildable atomizer/tank. Mechanical mods are good for testing out coils when...
  6. This is the latest example of this sort of scam - stay away from e-cig vendors who ask you to sign up for free trials or incredibly cheap introductory offers. Research is your friend with these sort of scams. Here's what really happens - you sign up for an amazingly low priced deal on an ecig...
  7. If you are looking at buying your first mod it can seem a bit daunting with all the choices. A lot of vapers have questions about which kind of mod to get, and many are looking for variable voltage or variable wattage. Variable voltage means you can adjust the voltage output on your pv - which...
  8. So many of us have experienced this. We quit smoking, took up vaping, and after a while - maybe straight away even - we started coughing up gunk. There was an interesting question on the forum recently asking if the moisture from vaping was breaking up tar in our lungs. I'm not sure that...
  9. Some people start vaping with the goal of weaning themselves off nicotine over a set time period. Others just start vaping and are glad they are off cigarettes. On when to quit vaping - I don't think there is a prescription that will fit everyone. I smoked 40-50 a day. No way I would stop vaping...
  10. After reading a post by a new member whose Ego mini exploded after using it with the wrong charger, I thought I'd do a quick post on using a a lipo safe battery charging bag. I've previously posted on mod battery safety and how to use a digital multi-meter. With this post I want to show you a...
  11. A couple of pics of the new chrome Vamo: [IMG] [IMG]
  12. A little late with this, but did want to post my experience with the Zmax 2. It's created a stir because it has both variable voltage and variable wattage, and is accurate. I've been using it pretty heavily for several weeks now. I bought a stainless steel version 2 from Electronic Cigz. Like...
  13. I'm not a fan of "vs" posts, which is why I changed the title to reflect having both variable volts and variable watts on one device. For myself, I prefer variable wattage over variable voltage because I can switch from one accessory to another and stay at the same watts. Or I can adjust watts...
  14. A few pics of my Zmax 2 while I kick back this weekend: [IMG] [IMG] [IMG]
  15. I use variable wattage on my Zmax. It has variable voltage too but I prefer watts. I don't have to worry about what voltages I'm vaping and whether they're right for the ohms because the pvadjusts the voltage automatically. For those who only use variable voltage a chart is helpful and people...
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice