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Glocknug

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  1. Back in February, my Mom passed away. This actually helped me quite smoking, and I stopped completely after her funeral. Fast forward 4 months... My Father passed away in June. I started smoking again. I started just here and there. Then my wife offered me one of hers, now I am buying my own packs... Ehh... I dont want to start all over! I hate the feeling of smoking, yet... Ehh... I still do it... I guess I need to pick a new stop date...
  2. Im addicted to the hydra delight and rarely go a day without it!
  3. Welcome! I am 30 and smoked for almost 15 years. I "quit" last september but have been 100% smoke free for almost 4 months. I havent craved one in a long time and feel so much better! Let us know if you need help with anything!
  4. Maybe I need to stop hiding it so much at work!
  5. I ordered them from myvaporstore.com This is from their website: Tips: The metal tube in the center of this Clearomizer leads from the mouthpiece to the battery end. Avoid getting liquid in this tube when filling the Clearomizer. When unfastening the base (atomizer head) to refill the Clearomizer, the seals are temporarily broken and liquid will leak from the mouthpiece or escape into the center tube. Always wrap a cloth or piece of tissue around the mouthpiece when unfastening the base of the Clearomizer. Gurgling noise or leaks: This is a sign that liquid has found its way into the metal tube in the center of the Clearomizer (and usually occurs after a refill). Ridding the center tube of liquid will resolve the issue. To do so without emptying the tank, remove the Clearomizer from the battery, wrap a cloth or tissue around the battery end of the Clearomizer and blow through the mouthpiece. The atomizer head of the Protank can unfasten when unscrewing the tube or base. Always secure the atomizer head before reinstalling the base of the Protank. It is normal to find a small amount of liquid in the battery contact area when removing the Clearomizer or any atomizer. We recommend cleaning the battery before charging it. When possible, keep the tank full and never below 1/3 full of eLiquid ("topped off"). This helps maintain the "vacuum" in the tank and prevent leaks. Atomizer heads have an average lifespan between 10 to 20 days. When the atomizer head wears down, it may begin to leak. Replace the atomizer head with a new one if available. Note the last paragraph
  6. Ok, I have several protank 3 minis. No problem. I decided i wanted more liquid capacity, so I ordered a couple Protank 3s, to use the same coils. I found it strange when the online instructions said to replace the head (coil?) every 10 days to prevent leaking. The coils have been fine. The taste and vapor is great, just like the minis. But, after a few weeks, they are leaking like crazy! Why would you need to replace a working coil to prevent leaking? I have moved my favorite juice to different tanks, bit i am confused! I liked the flavor and vapor, but why replace a working coil every 2 weeks?
  7. Welcome! Im north of you, but what do you guys have going on dow there?
  8. I just cooked some BBQ chicken, potatoes, zucchini, and squash on the grill, all while vapin my hydra bones and drinkin coors!
  9. You deserve a token! I am 2 months smoke free. Before I got my current setup I allowed one pack a month, which turned into more... I am finally able to turn down smokes! I hope to join you in the one year club in several months! Congrats again!
  10. Thanks for the link. I was 99% sure that was gonna be the answer. You always seem on top of things and avoid unnecessary junk like coloring etc. in your juice.
  11. Apparently there is a chemical that starts with a d, in many desert/cream/custard flavors that was found to be toxic. I can find the name if needed, just cant remember right now. Just curious if it is used in my favorite fadora liquids.
  12. I just thought hydra bones water... I poured in all of my hydra bones into a bottle of water. It tastes weird. I am starting to feel funny. What is going on here? I dont feel well at all all of the sudden... Just kidding... Not that dumb
  13. Decent show, but isnt every episode pretty much the same? I did see part of the new one. Captain was vapin on something.
  14. Thanks for the reply. I have an amazing 1.5 year old and my job allows me to watch him more days than not, regardless of how bad mom makes me feel! I am with him at least 19 days a month, even though some of those days are night shifts. My night shifts allow more days at home, but it negatively effects family life, i am told. I guess thats the life. Thats the stress of the job. Should i avoid second hand vape smoke in the home? I really do t see any reason why yet,.. But i could be wrong
  15. Ive read several studies. I have not found a conclusive study. How many of you vape indoors? Do you vape indoors with small children in the room? Do you vape in the car with small children? Are there any studies to show this is okay? I remember reading a study that said 2nd hand vape was 1/100 safer then tobacco second hand smoke. But... When i smoked i wouldnt have it anywhere near my child! Is it okay to vape in the house or car with a 2 year old?
  16. I have the original gs air with the screw adjustment. It works fine and stays put as long as you have a tiny screwdriver. The more i use it, the more i like it. Vapor is definitely more than the protanks and flavor is great. I was reading some of the same problems about the new one with the non screwdriver adjustable air. I was also reading that it changes settings easily. Maybe the screw was the way to go, as i see no need to change it when i find my sweet spot. It is sensitive. 3/4 turn to tighten the draw was all i needed. I cant speak for the new model, as i haven't tried it. This one is a keeper though!
  17. Just an update... I received a couple of the gs airs. I am pretty impressed for a tank under 9 bucks with adjustable airflow. So far it seems to preform just as good if not better then my protank 3s. I hear they just released a model at the same price point where you can adjust airflow without a mini screwdriver. I wish i knew about these inexpensive good tanks earlier on! I am now telling myself... Again... No spending money on gear for a while!
  18. Mine was about 50 bucks. Its great! I dont really need 50 watts, but it goes 5 days on a charge easy! And i like how the vape is consistent throughout the charge unlike your standard batteries.
  19. I have no problem with 30pg/70vg in my protank 3s. The minis use the same coil, so itll likely work fine as well.
  20. I looked it up Tam. I might have to try one! At some point im gonna have to start getting rid of some of my stockpile!
  21. I am into giving things a try, but i think the sub ohm thing is not for me. I actually just told myself to stop spending money, as i have what works for me. But i then ran across the gs air reviews... And i am now waiting for the mailman... Again... I guess i just like simple tanks, that dont leak, that I can grab and go! There are so many great flavors out there to try, even though I always go back to my fave... The only reason i am getting more tanks, is so that i can have different flavors on standby
  22. I was reading great things about the Eleaf GS Air and was wondering if any of you have tried it. I have several Protank 3 minis, and two reg Protank 3s. I tried a Kanger Subtank mini, but it wasnt for me. I am more of a mouth to lung/cool vape guy. The subtank seemed hot and fast. I am sure i couldve adjusted my juice/nic... But not for me! Anyway, i was about to order another Protank 3, but saw all the great reviews on the GS air. I can get 3 for the price of 1! Im gonna give one a shot (for 9 bucks... Why not?) It will be used on the Istick 50, so it should be a decent combo. Anybody else have any experience?
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