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About bcartervol98

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    The Grumpy Old Dude!
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    Boating, fishing, and UT Vols Football!

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  1. $35 for 125ml. My wife and I use the same flavor from ECblends but different PG/VG configurations. I use 60vg40pg and she uses 80pg/60vg. Usually order 500ml a pop.
  2. Late to the party but I have ordered probably 95% of my equipment over the last 3.5 years from Sweet-Vapes and have never had an issue outside once getting an extra IStick 50w in my order which I offered to ship back and they said to keep it for being such a good customer. Dayna always answers emails quickly and they stick everything I use and always get it to me in 3-4 days even with standard $3 shipping. I think it's important to draw the distinction that there are two site Sweet-Vapes and another without the hyphen that I have heard negative things about.
  3. Ok my wife killed not one but two of hers at the lake over the weekend and is into the backup and I cannot find them in stock anywhere so a couple questions. 1. Are they still making these or has something better came along for a standard person vaping 1.6ohms at 9-10 watts. I really only use them for the great battery life they are easily broken and we are very hard on them especially in the summer between beach and staying on the boat every weekend. But they last 3 days on a charge and I like them. All the old timers know me I am a standard guy when it comes to vaping and like ease, lon
  4. Mt Baker has been around forever. I don't like their liquids but many do.
  5. Sounds like good news at least heading in right direction http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/white-house-pulled-fda-restrictions-e-cigarette-flavors-n583841
  6. Probably the cold and it will take time for your tastebuds to heal from the damage smoking does to them. When I put down the stinkies in early 2013 there were flavors I loved but after a few months they tasted totally different. Im not sure I believe in Vapors Tongue. I vaped one flavor exclusively for almost 3 years before switching to another exclusive flavor about 4 months ago and I never lost the ability to taste the flavor. People say you get vapors tongue from not switching up flavors but I don't buy it. I'm an"find what works and stick with it" guy. Since a couple months into my 3+
  7. I gotcha but even Comp can't replicate their peppermint and I doubt they will give me their flavor formula lol plus I'm just not into it. DIY and rebuilding are not for me. At this point if find in the future I can't order what I need I will just step down the nic and quit all together.
  8. Not sure I could DIY for much less. They hopefully are big enough to make it through vapocopolypse but I'm sure the prices won't last
  9. Congrats Tam! Thanks so much for all the advice and help over my 3 years + vaping and a member of this community!
  10. Well my wife and I use the same flavor same configuration so it's relative lol. It's about a 6 month supply but we have a little over 500 on hand now. Peppermint would probably be easy to DIY but every Peppermint other than ECblends tastes like a candy cane where their is more like an Altoid lol. With their ongoing coupon code 10020 getting 250ml for $28 is pretty good I think.
  11. 1000ml of my flavor 20 5packs of Aspire BVCs Just in case.....
  12. www.sweetvapes.com for hardware www.ecblendsflavors.com for liquid No dumb advice, good prices and excellent service for me now over 3 years. Why pay markup when you don't have to?
  13. Over three years vaping and smoke free and have still yet to spend one cent on a vape shop. VT has been my place for advice and I have saved a ton shopping online only. Not paying B and M prices or listening to their advice. Mostly it's sort of like asking an electronics associate at Walmart tax advice.
  14. I cannot help but wonder in regards to liquid if a manufacturer could sell and submit only "unflavored" liquid then give the flavorings chosen pre-measured at no charge to alleviate some of the cost of approval? Flavorings are not regulated until they are added to the dreaded e-liquid so would that not be a potential loophole to at least reduce the cost of approval for those with the means to stay in the market after this two year and three month window? I have no idea about DIY so am not sure this is viable but it seems it could be.
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