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  1. cany

    Which would you choose...?

    Thanks Tam
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  2. FXRich

    Which would you choose...?

    I have retired most of my Subtank minis, I mostly use Vapefly Brunhilde tanks now, they are a little smaller than the Subtank mini and hold more juice. No coil to replace and only take about 5 minutes to rebuild.
    1 point
  3. Tam

    Which would you choose...?

    https://www.myvaporstore.com/Kanger-Subtank-OCC-Vertical-Coil-V2-p/krst-aj.htm https://www.rockbottomvapes.com/kangertech-ssocc-coils-v2-upgraded-larger-5-pack/ https://www.elementvape.com/kanger-ssocc-replacement-atomizer-coils-pack-of-5 I've bought from all three stores before and had no issues with them.
    1 point
  4. Tam

    Which would you choose...?

    How funny that we both use "old" equipment, @cany. It's been a few years since I stopped buying all the new shiny things that came out and am happy with my Eleaf iStick Power 80W and Aspire Triton 2 tank. Just looked and it seems that Eleaf just "brought back" the iStick in a new iStick Power 2. The only real change I can see is that they stuck some leather on the grip and the price is higher. Sorry, @Boston Brian, no help with your top choices, although I will say that I've never had any luck with the Vapresso brand of anything. Welcome to Vapor Talk and good luck finding a new rig that suits you best! You might try doing a search on Youtube to see some reviews on your top three.
    1 point
  5. kayakiit

    COVID-19

    I guess I'll take one for the team and vape as much as possible to see if my immune system improves. For science.
    1 point
  6. cany

    COVID-19

    We could only hope its true
    1 point
  7. FXRich

    COVID-19

    Some studies have shown that propylene glycol kills viruses .https://www.vapes.com/blogs/news/research-shows-propylene-glycol-vapor-kills-airborne-influenza-virus Don't know if its true or not.
    1 point
  8. Tam

    COVID-19

    No. Absolutely not. E-cigarettes has nothing to do with Covid-19, which is a virus.
    1 point
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