Discussion in 'Vape Pod Systems' started by drysprocket, Sep 29, 2016.
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Are they discontinuing the myjet?
They will sooner or later considering how quickly the vape market changes.
In most scenarios they replace an old version with a new, that doesn't necessarily mean the it will be the same or better though.
Didn't somebody several pages back say they were working on a different pod mod already?
Heads up, MFS is having a 35% off coil sale, includes Myjet pods and Phix pods. Sale expires April 3rd, code is 35COILS.
Wow MyJet blanks stink. Tried again. By 3rd fill the taste is bad and they start to flood and it was like inhaling hot gas or something.
For me there's not a pod around that's gonna last more than two or at best three fills without rewicking, even with a clean DIY juice. Some people vape gunked up coils and declare they last for weeks, but I'm not one of them. I even rewick my KF V3 mini after two 2ml fills vaping NETs.
I can easily refill MVE like 5 times. I wish they would offer blanks.
Just dry burn and rewick the Myjet?
Sweet. Bought 3 Sets.
That would be three fills at most for me, I've never found a coil that I couldn't taste the gunk too much after that. I've been tempted to try the My Von Erl but I've read too many say it's not that easy to fire and I like my pods to draw on first puff without sucking like a DTLer. My Cync was that way, no more.
I use 80pg/20vg and I think that's the reason I don't have some of the problems you and some others have had with high VG juice in the Myjet. I've never had one flood ever.
the MVE I have fires real easy, just not quite as tight as draw as I want, but it works well.
Not easy to fire was a bad batch of pods. Haven't had an issue since. I refill with Level Up salts Tobacco. Very thick.
I couldn't find any other posts talking about this, but has anyone had an issue with autofiring? One of the biggest cons of the iCare was the fact that mine would autofire pretty regularly. Up to this point I've had no problems with it on the myJet, but in the middle of charging tonight it decided to fire on its own just like the iCare would. I've tried cleaning out any condensation around or in the hole for the sensor so hopefully that'll solve it, but it makes me a lot less confident about carrying it around in my pocket during the day.
I have three Myjets and haven't had an auto firing issue, but one time one of them a pod seemed to clog up and when I took a draw and it stayed firing according to the little blue light so I blew into it and it turned off lol. I cleaned out any juice around the seal and airhole and put on a new pod and its been fine the last few months. Every time I put a pod in I clean out the area at the airhole and seal with a Qtip and that's has kept my three MJ's working well. Although i don't always do it I think it's smart to charge without a pod and your post makes me plan on doing that from now on for sure. You can't fire what ain't there
The sensor is actually in the bottom of the device. One of my myjets disappeared, and my backup magically decided to stop working.
Took it apart to take a look but I presume the sensor piece which looks like a felt diaphragm is dead.
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Just ordered one of these. Excited for it to get here. I've had bad luck with the Eleaf Icare Solo.
First things first
Cut/slice the black tabs on the base off so you can refill easier.
Thinner juice is recommended
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Thanks. Well, what I've got is Mr. Salt E which I think is 60%vg, but maybe I can cut it with some of my 70%pg wta juice.
I thinned my Mr Salt-e with PG base, although it did ok at times with It as it was if I didn't hit it too many puffs in a row and gave it time to wick using the newer version with an air hole on the side.
My Sweetie had it with the myJet system due to lack of the POD's available locally and the online vendors being out of stock. What really made her give up on the was the leaking POD's she said even with the first fills at times.
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