Lighter Mod

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  1. BJ43

    BJ43 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Marlboro is giving away these promotional lighters. usb charging and nice coil. Dripping on it makes good vaper. Could probably make a cool emergency PV if your main unit fails....
     
  2. notsmoking

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    BJ43 can you provide a link for this.... I would like to get one
     
  3. asdaq

    asdaq Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Better than any promo I got over the years, but I did like the windproof jet lighter back in the day. And I still have a couple of cooler bags somewhere.
     
  4. Stinson

    Stinson Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Mind showing how to drip into it or as in straight into the coil without changing any thing inside?And do you attach a drip tip on?
     
  5. BJ43

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    Have no link, they were promoting at the super market, one lighter per pack limit three.

    Haven't smoked an analog for over three years but I bought a pack for a friend to get a lighter.
     
  6. BJ43

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    Plan to cut the slide switch so the coil is exposed and attach a drip tip. Maybe put some wick under the coil.
     
  7. DonG

    DonG Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Look forward to seeing what you come up with. Especially since I have been kicking around a hotplate type coil similar to that for dripping.
     
  8. supervape

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    cool! going to have to try and find these thanks
     
  9. BJ43

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    170mAh 3.7v lipo, usb charge
     
  10. DonG

    DonG Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Not sure I would want to drip liquid directly onto a PCB. Any thoughts yet on sealing the coil away from the rest of the components? Can't wait to see how this turns out.
     
  11. BJ43

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    The coil is encased in a square black receptacle which can be easily sealed. Don't know what this black material is but it seems to be heat resistant. The coil only stays on for 3 seconds and you have to reset the switch. You will have to pulse the switch for a long draw. I want to do one with the least amount of modification just as an emergency unit.
     
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