Newbies don't NEED variable voltage...... Hurl away....
Hey man nice drip tip and part of a dripper bottle but where's the mod?? =P
It was just a joke bud cause it's camo. I can see it very well. As soon as I can get a VMOD that's VV I'll prob try it out as I've been interested to see what all the rage about bottom feeders is about. But I really don't want to sink in as much cash as say for a vv reo.
Interesting chat. But...... VW is the most consistent vape. (I wouldn't say a 3.7 is constant voltage).
Newer vapers are slowly finding about BF's and are happy to have a device that uses atties efficiently. For many, it's the first time they have even tried an atty. (rebuildable clearo's don't count in my book.)
Twist are great, fairly tidy, etc. And, they are good for someone to be able to learn about using VV. But, I'm hearing more and more reports of not much longevity. (they break). (My first BF is still doing great and has been used regularly for well over a year)
VV and High Wattage isn't for everyone....but there is certainly benefit in learning that for oneself. (I see the trend changing away from VV -- Need I say Zen, Orion, I Hybrid for example, which are APV's of a whole nuther class.)
And, since this is a BF thread, I'll add. Many have Kicked their VmodXL's. Phidias also makes a larger model for use with kick and 18650 battery in both feeder and tank/Geni models. I believe there are others.
(do I need to find a bucket for the hurling?)
Yeah I was thinking about variable wattage. Because when I set my voltage I use the ohm feature on my provari and whip out the omhs law calculater and get it to 8.5-10 watts lol. That's a good Idea kick a VMOD. My thing is I won't use less than an 18650 cause I need the battery life aswell. If I could get a BF with kick AND 18650 I'd love to give it a try.
Sorry to hear about your friend. It's a tough choice to live free but honestly I don't believe even after this he would have chosen not to ever ride a motorcycle. One of my good friends "Ace" from around here is actually paralyzed from the waist down due to such a brainless accident. He bought his wrecked bike back from the insurance company and made a trike out of it with a suicide shift. That guy won't drive a "cage" to save his life. He's also one of the coolest cats I know and even still extremely handy with a torch and a wrench.
You guys really know how to derail a thread!