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  1. Today's mail contained an Aspire CF 18650 mod, a Kanger Subtank, two Sony VTC4 18650 batteries, and an Efest Soda charger...all from Triangle Vape. Here's the setup... ...and here's how it performs with the stock .4Ω dual coil RBA setup.
    3 points
  2. Well then...Birthday Cake and PBFB here I come
    2 points
  3. My all day vape, before Comp came up with the Mash line, and Frutti Tutti, was a mix of 3 juices from a local B&M. I was vaping 3 different tanks and one day I just mixed them out of laziness and it stuck. I really like a complex flavor. Frutti Tutti http://www.fadoravapor.com/ has a unique and very fruity flavor. I may taste one flavor one time of day and another later...it is nearly like having 4 or 5 juices...
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  4. I got a panzer and mutation xv2 1! 3d the atomic... Yippee! Anyone ever trade here?
    2 points
  5. Happy surprise in the mailbox this morning... A 120' roll of 26ga Kanthal... I forgot I had ordered it
    2 points
  6. Tam

    All about the cotton

    Yes. There's a naked mummy running around somewhere.
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  7. (Admin move if I'm in the wrong) How YOU Can Help http://www.vapeavet.org/ A lot of people ask us; how can I get involved and help out? Well, it depends! There are TONS of ways to help support our mission! For Retailers: 1. If you’re a Brick and Mortar Retailer consider carrying Bottle Ready to Vape Liquids. 100% of the profits made from the sale of BRV Liquids are donated to the Vape a Vet Project and are used to fund the purchase of kits, pay for shipping, and cover the cost of outreach and support. 2. If you’re a Juice Manufacturer, you can make a special flavor and use our logo on it and donate a portion of sales of that particular flavor to the project. It’s a really neat way to show vapers that you support the cause, and it really helps! 3. For Juice Manufacturers and Mod Makers, you can always donate to the care packages we send monthly. We separate, package and distribute numerous care packages every month to soldiers around the world at no cost to them. Items donated must be new, unopened and not expired. (We treat e-juice similar to food, you wouldn’t donate a half eaten hamburger to someone would you?) 4. If you’re an online retailer, consider making a coupon code with a matching donation. We suggest using the code VAPEAVET and maybe giving the individual 5% off their order with a 5% matching donation. It’s a great chance to do a little more while offering a chance for your customers to save some money. For Vapers: 1. The single easiest way of supporting the project is by supporting BRV Liquids. Since that’s one of the main funding mechanisms for Vape a Vet, it’s a really easy way of supporting the Project by doing something you already do! You already vape, why not do a little more with the same money you’re already spending. Vape for a Cause! 2. Talk to your local retailers, tell them about what we’re doing and ask them why they aren’t involved (if they aren’t). If they are involved give them a high 5 on us! Or, if that’s not the cool thing to do now, maybe a fist bump? I dunno, I’m not that cool. 3. Spread the word! If you have family or friends who are serving or who have served who are current tobacco users, let them know about this amazing chance to give vaping a chance at no cost to them. Thank you for everything that you do as a community, we couldn’t do it without you!
    1 point
  8. bcartervol98

    0mg Nicotine

    Sorry to be so blunt but it makes me crazy when someone asks about this. If you were not a smoker and do not plan to be then entertaining the idea of starting vaping is ridiculous to me. I said my piece but if you were going to pick up the habit of vaping at least use 0 nicotine so you do not become hopelessly addicted like most of us posting on this forum. I wish to god I had never tried either.
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  9. I want to try Fadoras spice mash & bakery mash.yum!
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  10. Let me know how it goes. I think it will taste like a chocolate peanut butter cake.
    1 point
  11. I can send her some Juice with a file in it....
    1 point
  12. T-Bone

    Hello everyone!

    Hi there, Cagyi! Welcome aboard. I've been smoke free and vaping for about 2 months now. Thanks to some of the awesome people here like Tam, Comp, Jeff, Bebop, Tugboat... This is an awesome community and full of some very nice people.
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  14. Hi I'm new to vapor talk to. Welcome to Cagyi maybe we can learn a lot here. First off I'm trying to figure out how to add a new post, I'm using the app and have clicked on all the little things and can't find post. So I will ask here for now. I have been vaping for about a year and I go thru these times where I can't taste my juice, sorta like the taste of when you drink out of a can you taste the can, that's what it taste like is metal. I changed cigs and changed juices and even changed back to my old mod, all the same. What could it be? I have many many more question, I want to change to a rebuildable and bigger mod like 30-50 watt. But for now that's all I got.[emoji4]
    1 point
  15. Earthling789

    Tanks and Coils

    For me, you can't beat Kanger tanks for cost and performance. The single-coil tanks (KPT2, KPT2-mini) are excellent, and the cheapest to operate. Coils (in bulk) avg ~ $0.60/coil, and they will last from 1-3 weeks. Their dual-coil tanks (KPT3, KPT3-mini, AeroTank, Aerotank-mini) provide a little more flavor/vapor, but the coils are a little more expensive, and still last from 1-3 weeks (depending on your vaping style, juice, etc.). I've tried dozens of different tanks, and continue to go back to my KPT2 and Aerotanks. They are cheaper than a Nautilus, no leaks, low maintenance, and durable! I would suggest using the 1.8 Ohm coils with either of these tanks, as they provide a good median-vape experience. 1.5 Ohm coils will be a little warmer vape, but they will also run down your battery faster. Personally, I use both, because a couple of my juices taste better when ran through a 1.5 Ohm coil
    1 point
  16. 50% nic base 47% vg and 3% flavoring 15ml bottle= 7.5ml nic base, 7.05ml vg, .45ml flavoring this is what I used to make it though I think the ratio is more like 13/87 pg/vg
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  17. got in 250ml of 24mg nic base in 90/10 vg/pg along with a whole crap load of different flavorings. also got a syringe and a graduated cylinder. made my first juice and it was goooooooddddd. I got so lucky on that one....lol
    1 point
  18. No thank you because without the peoples support it would have not been possible
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  20. Tam

    All about the cotton

    Got my 60 count Koh Gen Do organic Japanese cotton last week. It puts the organic cotton balls to shame, there's no comparison to performance and flavor. Just sayin'.
    1 point
  21. WillBlack

    Chrome problems

    It's not a big deal. Thanks for taking time to reply.
    1 point
  22. vaping_jake

    Tanks and Coils

    I use the KangerTech Aero 2 tank and am very happy with it. Easy to clean, change coils, and i like the air flow adjustment. Now I don't have an arsenal of tanks to judge from as I am a newbie myself, so take it for what it is worth.
    1 point
  23. shen_long86

    Tanks and Coils

    ICords81 the benefits of low resistance coils are you get better flavor profile from your juice as well as getting better vapor production. Another thing about the low resistance coils is that along with the better vapor production you will also get a warmer/hotter vapor when you take a drag. But with low resistance coils i believe when you get down to 1.0 ohm and lower e.g. 0.8,0.7,.0.5 you start getting into whats known as sub-ohm, which is not nescisarily a bad thing you just need to make sure you understand ohm's law and do plenty of research so you can vape safely. As far as tank suggestions i can only suggest what i use/like and you can try them but when it comes down to it, it is a matter of personal preference. For a beginner tank i suggest either an Aspire Nautilus or a Nautilus Mini which is what i use. They both are good tanks and are fairly simple to use and maintain and they also have adjustable airflow on the bottom so you can set it where you like, the only differences between the two tanks is that the Nautilus holds 5ml of e-liquid and uses BDC (bottom dual coils) and the Nautilus Mini holds 2 ml of e-liquid and use BVC (bottom vertical coil) but you can use the different coils in either tank because they are interchangable. This is just my opinion as far as tanks go and my current understanding on resistance on coils. and of course if there is anything i missed there are several knowledgable people here on this form who will fill in the information i missed.
    1 point
  24. is there a calculator to use if you want to add flavor to existing juices?
    1 point
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