Kanger Cupti 2 flooding issues

I've had Cupti for a while now as my carry-around device and never had any issues with it. However, I recently bought Cupti 2 and I'm yet to get one decent puff out of it.

Priming, not priming, using 30A batteries, using 20A batteries, dry burning, not dry burning, running it hot, running it low… whatever I do, the damn thing just gurgles and spits <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice to my mouth. It's like putting a straw to a glass of <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice, holding a lighter under the glass and trying to take a drag.

As far as I know, the tank in Cupti 2 is basically the same as in Cupti 1, it uses the exact same (CLOCC) coils and I've tried the exact same <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice (75vg/25pg) in both so one really wouldn't think there would be any problems, but here we are.

Has anyone actually been able to use this device? If so, what kind of settings you're running it on? Any general advice which might prevent flooding is appreciated as well.

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Spitting juice in my mouth?

I have a Joyetech ego AIO and whenever I use it it spits e<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice in my mouth. Why is this happening? How can I fix it?

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e-liquid save tip?

Hi, im vaping with a TFV8 tank at 80 to 85 watts… 3mg nic, 70/30, and yes, i know this tank chugs e-liq a lot! but, is it a way to save without changing tanks? i love this thing so much… silly new-b question, i know. thanks

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honest review time: SBody c1D2 by Vapedroid (xpost from canadian_ecigarette)

Hey guys,

I was fortunate enough to also receive from Gearbest a new mod by Vapedroid that's produced by SBody. It's called the <a href="http://www.gearbest.com/temperature-control-mods/pp_436477.html?wid=21″>Sbody C1D2, it's a dna75 device and if I'm not mistaken it's the third iteration to carry the name. The original I believe was 3d printed and sported a dna40. Well this device has evloved, so to speak in to the modern masterpiece that it is today. Sorry this review may get a bit gushy but I've absolutely fallen for this device and it's pretty much been my daily carry since it arrived.

Now I don't know a whole lot about them but I believe Vapedroid is a designer or design company while SBody is a manufacturer that they teamed up with to produce this device. Sbody also makes a number of other products including some clones and some rather unusual mods and tanks. But today we're going to talk about the C1D2, so here are my honest thoughts on the mod.

Here's a list of the main features:
Equipped with Evolv DNA75 chip
Temperature coefficient of resistance mode supports Ni, Ti, and SS wire
Come with an 18650 adapter, support both LI-MN 18650 and 26650 battery ( not included ), bigger capacity
Power range: 1 – 75W
Temperature control range: 100 – 300 Deg.C / 200 – 600 Deg.F
Resistance: 0.05 – 0.35 ohm ( NI coil ), 0.1 – 0.6 ohm ( TI coil ), 0.2-1.0 ohm ( SS coil ), 0.1 – 4.0 ohm ( regular coil )
Input voltage: 3 – 4.2V
Input current: 0.5 – 28.0A ( 32A pulse)
0.91 inch OLED screen
Screen display: watt setting, battery indication, temperature display, volts display, ohms display
510 spring loaded connection
With magnetic battery cap, more convenient
Made of zinc alloy
Unique ventilation

Package Contents:
1 x SBODY VapeDroid C1D2 TC mod ( With an 18650 Adapter )
1 x USB Cable
1 x English User Manual

Here's a link to a full album of pics.

The mod: At the top of the device we have a nice stainless steel flush mounted spring loaded 510 connector which all of my tanks and drippers have fit nicely with no gap or anything. The 510 doesn't have any grooves or anything cut in to it, just a nice smooth top. The threads on it are buttery smooth and should last a good long time. The SS 510 plate is 22mm but the top of the device will easily accommodate a 24mm atty but unfortunately because of a slight tapering towards the fire button, 25mm attys will overhang just a tiny bit. The top of the mod also sports a slightly recessed Vapedroid logo. The logo looks nice but because it's ever so slightly recessed it does tend to gather a bit of condensation.

At the back of the device we have the battery door which is held in place by magnets, two round ones at the top and a bar shaped one at the bottom. The door is held firmly in place and not once has it come off without me actually trying to remove it. It's still easy enough to remove but it should remain secure during typical use. Once the battery door is removed we can see where the big 26650 gets inserted, negative up and positive down. 26650 batteries typically are almost double the mah of 18650 batteries and can provide extra long battery life but are prone to issues like voltage sag so they're not always the best option for high wattage vaping. I've been using a cheap 26650 until the ones I ordered arrive and even with a purple efest(I know, I know) it's been lasting me all day and night running it at 35w. Unfortunately with this efest, if I crank it up much more than that it tends to get a bit warm and I can get a weak battery message pretty quickly if I'm not careful. So when I do want to run it a bit higher, I've been switching over to an 18650 which can typically handle the higher amps better than a 26650. I don't want to turn this in to a lesson on batteries so I'll just say, if you run low watts and want long life choose a 26650 and if you want high watts but with shorter life chose an 18650. To insert the 18650 you need to use the included battery adapter and somehow I'm even impressed by the adapter. It's clips in to place with a satisfying click and is help there securely with a couple of magnets. Once installed it looks like it's part of the original body of the device. Very slick!!

On the front of the device you have the fire button, +/- control buttons, the screen and the charge/upgrade port. The unit has a built in 1amp charger so charging on the device is pretty quick although I still tend to use an external charger for safety and convenience. It does allow pass through but that's not something I tend to use very often either. The screen is bright and it's easy to read all of the information we're used to seeing on a dna device. The fire button and the +/- control buttons are both brushed stainless steel and the buttons are flat and nearly flush with the device yet still easy to find and push. The +/- buttons are nice and clicky while the fire button has a slightly softer feel but still feels nice and rewarding. My only real complaint with the entire device is the fire button. It's as though the button sits on a rocker, pressing in the middle or the top of the button it fires but if you press towards the bottom of the button it won't. I got used to it really quick and either press towards the top or just thumb the whole button and I don't have any trouble with it not firing.

The body itself is teardrop shaped and while I was a bit leery at first having never owned a 26650 device, once I got it in hand all concerns about the size and the shape of it vanished. It's surprisingly compact in the hand and is only slightly bigger than my Evic VTC mini but with a much more comfortable grip. The outside of the device is coated with a rubberized coating very similar to the finish on my VaporShark DNA200 or rdna40. I tend to baby my devices so I've never had an issue with the coating peeling off on any of my devices but I can imagine it being a complaint for some, just not me. I personally love the way that rubberized coating feels. Yes it can be a bit of a finger print or <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice magnet but it wipes off nice and easy. On each side of the device there are venting slots that are not only stylish but help prevent the device from overheating. I don't know exactly how well they work but they definitely add a nice a bit of flare on what could have otherwise been a slightly bland exterior. I don't believe the slots provide any battery venting, instead the battery cover would likely allow for the release of any pressure. The entire thing, from the coating, to the buttons to the smooth ergonomic shape make it feel premium and did I mention just how nice it feels in hand. It does have a bit of weight to it, especially with a 26650 installed but I personally enjoy the heft of it.

Inside, the mod runs off of an Evolv DNA75 board. I'm not going to go in to great detail about the board itself as it's been covered many times over by other reviewers. However one thing I will mention is that it comes pre-loaded with a bunch of profiles so you can quickly get started using it. I of course plugged it in to escribe and changed all of the profiles to my liking and added a bit of a theme but that will be personal choice. The profiles it comes loaded with are mostly related to nickel so I changed them to SS, NiChrome and Titanium. They all of course work as expected as the DNA boards are tried and true at this point.

I can be a little picky with my mods and it's not often that I will gush about one but I have to say I've been extremely happy with this C1D2 ever since it arrived. I normally prefer mini mods for work but this thing has been coming with me on a daily basis. While it isn't exactly a mini mod it's small and compact enough that I can carry it in my pocket comfortably and the battery life has been absolutely fantastic! So before I answer the big questions I just wanted to thank <a href="https://www.reddit.com/u/gearbest-ecigarette“>/u/gearbest-ecigarette once again for sending over this wonderful device. Now will I keep using this thing?? I honestly haven't put it down since it arrived, so emphatic yes!! Will I recommend this thing to others? Would it be greedy for me to say no so I'm the only one using it? Just kidding, I'd recommend it in a heartbeat to anyone looking for either a good regulated 26650 device or a well made dna75 mod.

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Honest Opinions on Pre-Built Coils

Hey! Just wondering what the sub thought of pre-built coils? Was looking into m.terk alien coils after seeing them on a petri v2 review video. No one that I talk to or that I regularly vape with has used/uses pre-built so I haven't been able to get much of an unbiased opinion. Just want to get a feel for quality before wasting $20-$25 on potential garbage. I have built my own coils but don't have the skill level to pull of some higher end builds so I figured it was worth a shot to try out something genuinely "different".

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My Gemini 22mm is leaking, help pls


I'm a newbie vaper, Gemini 22mm is my second atomizer, the first one was a Cubis.

I'm not good with rebuilding yet, but i've tryed about 6 times to find a way to build it without leaking.

I wonder if there's any advice or tip that you guys can give-me. I"ve seen some reviews on how to rebuild it but still can't make it right.

If you can attach some picture of your wicking i'd be glad,

Thanks a lot!

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Battery Grew Fried Chicken – An Update

Cheers all,

Last week, I made a post about a Basen Black 26650 developing what looked to be <a href="https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/56sffs/positive_battery_post_has_developed_fried_chicken/”>fried chicken on the positive post. Life got in the way of providing an update, but some fantastic service and responses were received that need to be shared.

Beyond crud growing in the positive post, a hint that something may be wrong with the battery was right on the label. The wrap on the defective cell had the phrase "Max. Pluse Current", and the only other images of the phrase in that spelling were from sites like aliexpress. I wrote the manufacturer to check on any reports of this anomaly and never heard back, so after a recommendation from Mooch, I wrote the distributor.

From here, a sincere "Thank You" goes to Jon at Liion Wholesale. I emailed their customer support last Monday around 6:30PM EST and received a same-day response before 9:00PM. No questions asked prior, Jon offered to ship a replacement cell at no cost even though the batteries were purchased more than a month prior to this incident. Through Tuesday, some general Q&A was conducted trying to determine what may have been the cause of the battery failure. There is still no definite reason available, but there was genuine concern and interest in finding an answer beyond the already "above and beyond" offer for a replacement cell. Examples of customer service like that are few and far between in my experiences, so I want to highlight the exemplary efforts from Jon and Liion Wholesale.

The replacement cell arrived in the mail this weekend, and as for the typo, Jon explained Liion snapped up the whole production batch when it was completed. Unbeknownst at the time, a typo was on a limited number of the wraps that made it in the batch. Beyond a general oversight from Basen QC, the cell is genuine and should perform as expected through its remaining cycles.

Guess I can call it a rare edition. Keep the two together in a be strong for mother kind of way.

Also, I appreciate the responses from everyone in the initial thread! Good to see the general consensus around issues related to batteries is to remove and recycle, as opposed to "chuck it" or "try this…"

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Evic Vtwo mini questions

hello, just got this mod. So far, it's great but i did have a few Q's about it. Currently have the ss316 .5 installed. Mainly trying out tc.

Not a big fan of the cubis. Was thinking about picking up a super mini. What is the <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice usage compared to the cleito? also any thoughts on the innokin apex 5ml?

1) No idea what this is for http://imgur.com/a/YmCuB Some of the coils have "bf" on them so i would assume it's related to this?

2)Can you use the ss316 in the tcr mode? If so, i can adjust the tcr up to 200 for the ss316 coils? (according to the tcr value range in the manual)

Came across stealth mode in the settings somewhere..lol..What exactly does that do?

Ok..sorry for the n00b questions


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