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Phidias celebration sale

Discussion in 'E Cigarette Suppliers Forum' started by fonosmoak, Sep 15, 2010.

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  1. fonosmoak

    fonosmoak Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    To celebrate the dawn of a new day.

    I'm offering these 20 Brand new Phidias w/ feedimus (unit only) to all ecf readers for $110 usd--free shipping to USA buyers. actual cost to others.


    These are the actual units, e-mail me with your pick and I'll give you the payment info and it's yours...first come first pick.

    Rows Left to Right A-B-C-D and E for the four face up in the forground.

    Row position also left to right (back to front) 1-2-3-4


    The sweet (very dark) looking African Wenge with Paduak inlays laying face up in the front row, second from the left would be E2.

    The idea for me was always to get my product into people's hands, once that happens they will sell themselves...

    I think this is a good way to test that theory.

    e-mail me your choice and mailing info and I'll give you my payment info.

    As they say on the interweb- WHOO HOO---WOOT!!

    It's a brand new Day

  2. Wingrider

    Wingrider Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 31, 2010
    Out There Baby
    You're assuming that everyone has followed whatever saga that you've been through with Drew and your mod.

    I like the looks of your unit, but how bout splainin it to those of us that are somewhat ignorant as to how it functions, the fittings etc etc etc
  3. RippleInStillWater

    RippleInStillWater Supplier's Manufacturer - Offline ECF Veteran

    Jun 18, 2010
    Land Of Corruption
    They're so pretty -- wish I could afford one right now.........:(
  4. fonosmoak

    fonosmoak Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Point Taken,

    I'll write up a short over view...

    In the mean time here's a shot of the inside:


    and a link to my photo site...

    Pictures by fophotofile - Photobucket

    Thanks for the heads up Wingrider--you para sail? I kite surf...
  5. Chelseafn

    Chelseafn Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 27, 2010
    Will it hold an 18650 3000 mah?
  6. FreeFlow

    FreeFlow Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 25, 2010
    London, Ontario Canada
    the feed button is so sick.
  7. cdmcfud

    cdmcfud Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 17, 2009
    I've got one coming in the mail.
  8. fonosmoak

    fonosmoak Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Hi Chelseafn,

    Sorry for taking so long to get back to you...

    I could not find that particular 18650 battery on-line, however I can tell you the Phidias will accept the AW 18650 2900 mAh. flat top- which is the longest 18650 I know of, it can also take two 3v. protected batteries for 6v. vaping.

    All 18650s are not the same size, although they are named for the size they are supposed to be: 18mm in diameter by 650mm in length.

  9. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2010
    NW Washingtion
    How many do you have left on the sale. and what ones are avalable I am liking the dark one with the light inlays.
  10. VPJUNKIE510

    VPJUNKIE510 Moved On ECF Veteran

    Sep 4, 2010
    ok so i don't know what type of bird it is but it's purple and by far the best picture you have in your book nice photo's
  11. jcamacho

    jcamacho Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 1, 2010
    Corpus Christi, Texas
    You rock Fono! Got my Feedimus today, a whole 2 days to get here in Texas! This is a beauty and yeah I could use an owner's manual. I got the juice loaded and attached a high drain 18650 with a regular 510 atty and it vapes excellently. I'm going to be playing with an LR306 and LR510 and see whats that like. I have other bottom feeders but none like this one-a beauty. I was used to pushing a juice bottle but once closed you can't on the Feedimus. So how do you reload it? I read elsewhere that you turn it upside down but how long and do you inhale while doing this? Thanks for your generous discount, it's an awesome mod.:vapor::vapor:
  12. fonosmoak

    fonosmoak Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    My Pleasure jcamacho.

    I guess I really wasn't getting any exposer here on ecf?

    Well, it's a brand new day--this sale should fix that.

    You have a feed system that works with Gravity rather than against it;

    an all surgical stainless steel feed tube feeding the atty--operated by that over sized hand turned totally flush hardwood button--in your case a genuine Purple Heart button.

    you simply invert your Phidias and press in on the button to feed it.

    Actually there's nothing stopping you from doing the ol' press and suck of the standard against gravity bottom feeders as well.. just remember Long neck beer bottle rules apply. You have to tip your Phidias just past horizontal to submerge the feed cap in the bottle.

    Here's some other tips I can offer..

    After nearly a month of use I've discovered a few extra things to notice when priming a brand new atty or just contemplating the effects of gravity...

    The Zen of gravity feeding an atty.

    Things to notice #1.

    The first second of a feed button press delivers no juice.

    Every feed system must evacuate the air trap in its tube the before any juice can be transported.

    This air is pulled back into the bottle through the tube each time the button pressure is relaxed.

    The inverted Feedimus system has much less of this air to evacuate than other upright "Against Gravity" sorts with longer, much larger diameter, to the bottom of the bottle tubes...

    Things to notice #2.

    It's not about pressure it's about time.

    Please notice, it does not take much button pressure to induce a drop, in fact an increase in button pressure seems to have no effect whatsoever on the rate of flow!!

    Check that out for yourself, It's liberating.

    Thick juices require no more button pressure than thin juices, just more time.

    How much time? in my experience about four full Mississippi
    type seconds: one Mississippi, two Mississippi etc.

    The thinest juices maybe 1/3 less than that?

    Things to notice #3.

    You cannot get more that 4 maybe 5 drops from the most absent minded of long presses.

    This is pretty nice because it makes it very hard to flood an atty...

    I think, the real value in observing and verifying these 3 things is the final realization that if you just swing your atty toward the ground and press for a while you pretty much cannot go wrong.

    It's not like I designed my Phi case to be a juice feeder, it's that it just seems to be a natural for it!

    If you can just know these "things" are true, by testing them for yourself, you are on your way to absolutely care free feeding.

    I apologies for not posting a total introduction, I didn't know just how cloistered my products have been...

    No Biggie, I can fix that..
    Congrats jcamacho

    I urge you to explore the feed system without an atty or cartomizer on your Phidias--just hold it up side down and press the feed button, you can then watch the drops drip into a new dry atty, maybe refresh a carto or just play around by dripping back into a open top juice bottle.

    Gravity feeding virtually eliminates the need for catch basin and delivers the liquid to the pot and wick bridge where it was intended to be...

    It's an upside down top feeder without the external tube...

    Dang, I better get busy,

    No time like the present:

    be right back--O' no I didn't answer your question.

    How do you fill it, or refill it?

    There are three ways--all of which involve taking the atty off first.

    1. you can simply remove the entire bottle an feed assembly remove the cap--the hypo is a press fit; I like that, no glue to worry about the toxins of--so the hypo may be loose- just set it aside with the 3 mls cap.

    Take your big tanker bottle and drive a paper clip or take a big safety pin and drive that though the nipple of the tanker bottle to increase juice transfer rates...

    Then just plug the nipple of the big bottle into the top of the open/uncapped 3 ml. bottle and squeeze air from the 3ml. bottle UP into the big bottle release the pressure and watch your 3ml. bottle fill itself.

    takes about three of these press and release deals to fill your bottle

    2. once you have this technique down you'll notice you no longer even need to remove the feed assembly from your Phidias---

    Just plug the tanker bottle into the exposed hypo end seated in the 510 connector and squeeze and release yourself full...

    Hope that made sense...
    be back in a bit..
  13. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2010
    NW Washingtion
    Fono! I just go mine today and all i can say is WOW so nice well built Mod. now to fire it up and Vape. Ill post a few photos (or links) I cant figer out how to post photos from Flicker LOL. but WOW more latter tonight..........>>>>>>>:)<<<<<<<<<<<< Thanks Fono
  14. Giz's Mom

    Giz's Mom Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 24, 2009
    I highly reccomend this mod. I have the original Phideas and the new Feedimus. I love and use them both. They fit in the hand the best of any box mod and I have tried many. On top of that they work perfectly and are beautiful. The craftmanship is awesome.
  15. banjo

    banjo Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 25, 2010
    Rio Oso, CA
    Just ordered mine. I'm really interested in comparing it to my REO, which I've had for a month, and really love. If it is as good as the REO, it will be a winner.
  16. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2010
    NW Washingtion

    What size magnet holds the door on the Phidias Woodimus Feedimus. I would like to pick up a few to keep on hand. I am crazy like that If I can lose it I will. LOL thanks
  17. fonosmoak

    fonosmoak Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    It's a Grade N-52 Rare Earth magnet, 3/16 x 1/16 pretty hard to lose really it's rated at a full pound of lifting force, it's always sticking to something---

    Actually I'd suggest you glue it to the chassis fixture---it's strong enough to where it'll actually pull the shorter Orange High Discharge AW batteries out when you open the cover...

    Or just send me a return envelope and I'll give you a couple plus a custom off switch insulating wafer...

    yes, another Phidias innovation

  18. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2010
    NW Washingtion
    Thanks I was thinking of gluing it myself. It did pull the battery out and I was quite impressed. I will send you a Return envelop and get one of the switches...
    Can you PM me your mailing address. The wife tossed the box already.


  19. cdmcfud

    cdmcfud Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 17, 2009
    He didn't put a return address on mine. My wife noticed right away.
  20. MXBNW

    MXBNW ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 15, 2010
    NW Washingtion
    Quick Update: On day (2) well got it yesterday around 3:00pm PST so less than 24 hr, New atty braking in fine
    It takes some getting use to with the gravity feed system. I am use to a button pump or finger pump system but this thing ROCKS.
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