What are they? Why are they so expensive? What is the benefits of using one? Should I get one?
submitted by /u/SuperNuggets25
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I've been vaping for several years and looking to improve my setup. Ideally, I'd have one "travel" vape – one that takes (1) 18650 battery with a really solid atomizer that has replaceable (buyable) coils, with the ability to build your own if you so choose. I'd like to spend less than $100.
Also I'm pretty set on getting a "really nice" mod that I can leave at home that takes a bit more work but has an unbeatable flavor/vape ratio (my thought process is, if its a dripper, I can manage that no problem as my home vape, but far too inconvenient for on the go). I'd like to spend less than $200.
I'm a HUGE fan of the white aesthetic, especially white & black for mods. I haven't really come to like the look of too many mods that aren't black, white, or b/w.
Any recommendations for either category? Thank you!!!
submitted by /u/evanstueve
Completely clean the 510 cap thread and clean the button thread, then clean the threads on the actual mod itself, I mean clean until they are shiny no gunk at alllllll shinnnnnyyy, (i use a barelllllly damp towel) Take apart your button and clean the inside with a qtip completely clean and the spring as well, then put it back together make sure it's got some bounce to it, clean the inside of the mod and take off the bottom and clean the bottom contacts, put the batteries back in the mod then put the button in first until tight but the button clicks nicely you will know if your making good contact because the other battery will bounce upwards when the button is pressed, make sure your rda 510 is out a tad bit and screw the 510 cap into your rda first then install into your cricket there should be no bounce or movement of your batteries when everything is put back together, remember all threads and caps should be shiny clean any gunk will effect performance!
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i want to buy an epoxy resin drip tip off of ebay because it is very nice looking but i'm not sure if it's safe because when wet epoxy is toxic. just checking, thanks for your help
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I made a similar post a few days ago, but I realize I was not very specific with what I wanted and I also didn't do much research beforehand. I am looking for recommendations for a full vape "setup", not sure if that's the right term, aka a mod + tank + battery + etc, basically everything I need to vape barring <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice.
The most important thing to me by far is flavor, everything else is secondary. I do not care about clouds at all and less clouds would actually be better, but it doesn't really matter. I'd like to stick to prebuilt for now and not mess around with RTAs/RDAs as they're just too far above my head right now and I also don't really want to get the supply kit you need to build. After doing a fair bit of reading, I'm still not entirely sure on the difference between sub ohm and 1.5-1.8 in terms of flavor/<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice use. Shouldn't high resistance use less <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice and provide more flavor, but produce less clouds, or am I confusing the two?
A tank/coil that quickly saturates with <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice to be more conducive for "chain vaping" would also be great, as I've noticed that I have to wait between vapes with my Joyetech AIO or else the flavor is terrible and it tastes very burnt. Size isn't really a huge concern to me, but I'd prefer a smaller tank over a colossal monster if possible. Finally, a kit that doesn't use a ton of <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>juice would obviously be ideal, as well as one with coils that last a decently long time.
My maximum budget for the whole setup is around $80, but I'm willing to stretch that a bit if there's something out there with really outstanding flavor. I've heard good things about the super tank mini and crown in terms of tanks, but people seem to say that mods don't matter as much for flavor. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? Gladly appreciate any help.
Edit: Also would mentioning that I really want to buy this soon, preferably tomorrow, to take advantage of all the Halloween sales.
submitted by /u/Celidion
My Pico mod failed to update and now it wont turn on, ideas?
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What's a good place to get a cheap clone, and what do you recommend?
submitted by /u/jram04211998
I recently knocked my mod off my desk and the delrin part of my top/chuff cap shattered. I haven't been able to find a replacement and was hoping someone here might know.
submitted by /u/DrColgate
I'm pretty new to vaping so here goes!
I am running the eleaf EC coils(.5 or .3 depending on what's in stock) in the melo 3 tank. I have noticed with these coils they last significantly less time then my old coils( used to have the kanger occ coils in a kanger tank). Sometimes they last me a week sometimes they last me 1 day. So my questions are:
- What is the proper way to prime these coils to make them last?
- Are they just not a great brand quality wise?
- Is there a brand of coil to fit the melo 3 that are of better quality and will last longer?
Thanks for your help!
submitted by /u/Superman0220
Bought an ultimo tank about a month ago, immediately swapped the kanthal coil out to the supplied ceramic coils and haven't turned back since. My only concern is how often i should switch the coils? I haven't per-say tasted any of the noticeable symptoms of a burnt coil and have heard many different answers as to how long one of the ceramic coils should last. Any insight you have would be appreciated.
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