Discussion in 'Temperature Control' started by Rockford, Nov 22, 2018.
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Has anyone heard if Jac Vapor is going to come out with a dna75C version of their mod?
There is a huge thread for the series B, you should find an answer there.
Are you suggesting I should look through 3370 replies to see if they have discussed a new version in that thread? Wow! I was just hoping someone on here might know if there one was in the works.
There would be a serious price hike if they did. The 75c chip is much more expensive
The dna75 is 50usd, the dna75C is 75usd, so yeah would go up some of course, but if you want to keep up with technology its part of being a leader in manufacturing and marketing. I hope they are working on a new model.
Or go to the last page and ask your question.
It's been discussed, and JAC indicated that there were plans to do so, but that was many months back.
In other words, nothing definite (at this point, anyway). Stay tuned.
I'm guessing it will vape about the same as the current offerings.
Thank you, I appreciate the info
The 75c has a color screen, poorer energy management, and the ability to use replay. Replay imho is kinda huge though. It makes TC soooo much easier to deal with
Replay is worth consideration imo. For my style of coils and watts tc is a pita but with replay it is literally just the push of a button.
Thanks Letitia. If I ever decide to switch I'll definitely check it out. But since it might border on "creepy" if I was any more satisfied with my vape than I am, it might be one of the features I never get to try. There have (and will be) others, I'm sure.
That's not a knock...
Big sale on JACs tomorrow (today?), but if color's essential, it's of no value.
Forgot compared to you I'm a rowdy cloud chaser at 23w.
Was just thinking about it today...today is a year ago that I bought 3 Jac 75s from them. Got it for a huge bargain with the black friday sale
The long threads are great to go post a question honestly. Everyone who is following them tends to be ultra enthusiastic about the subject and you get rapid and helpful answers.
I learned how to wick after 3 questions and like 6 answers on the rayon thread. Same thing with snus. I got ALL the info I needed super rapidly.
So no, you don't need to wade through the threads but the experts and cheerleaders are all there, waiting to be asked. LOL. Really, it's a totally approved (I find) method.
Thank you for explaining that I should have just asked my question under that already posted thread, I do realize that now. I am new on here and not quite sure how everything works just yet. My intention was just to get an answer to a question. It appears I pissed off some users on here and that certainly wasn't my intention, I honestly just didn't even think of it.
I will be more careful to look for answers under already made threads from now on and try not to post new threads.
If you're thinking me, don't. Not at all in fact.
If I start getting p'd off on a forum (or anywhere), that'd be my STOP sign.
Also (and unrelated), I meant to mention this yesterday but the turkey coma zapped my energy. I've found that I often get my best answers by going straight to the manufacturer, and sometimes I get valuable information that way that was unexpected when I began.
Folks here (including myself) are always happy to answer questions, but we (REALLY including myself now!) aren't always the most knowledgeable sources. In fact, if my recollection serves, the information relating to JACs plans with the 75C came precisely via that method.
I don't remember who asked the question of them (I think it was either Kat or Letitia) but I do remember they were fine with the response being made public.
So when it doubt, take the shot (so to speak).
I am super not PO'd my friend. I was just explaining why *I* found it to be good. Everyone is telling you that because you ARE new, etc. It's not like a "issue" or anything.
I was trying to be helpful, not PO'd and now I feel bad. So, I hope you feel better, because none of it was remotely intended to be anything other than helpful.
I guess that will teach me to not respond to your threads? (IF I am using your logic, which honestly, I'm not since I AM responding). I mean, I know tone is hard to read over the internet, but no one (or at least I wasn't) remotely censoring you at all. I don't care what you post, post whatever and wherever you want.
Also, yup, we all get that you are new hence the advice and interest. You may want to look at it from THAT perspective.
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