General Vaping Discussion • Re: Merry christmas ,christmas battery

Very cute but shipping is never worth it.

Statistics: Posted by <a href="http://www.ecigadvanced.com/forums/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=2444″>kelliperkins — Mon Dec 01, 2014 12:50 am


Best batteries for sub-ohm vaping?

So first let me explain that the whole sub-ohming thing is going to be new to me. I had intended to try it much earlier and purchased a kayfun clone but just like with every rebuildable I’ve purchased over the years, my hands are just not steady enough for building coils. They tremble constantly with random spasms and I simply can’t work with rebuildables regardless of what tools I buy to assist in making the coils.

That being said, for a while now I’ve been using the Aspire Nautilis with the BVCs and a Kanger Aerotank Mega.

With as much as I enjoy both, I noticed Aspire’s new Atlantis tank, which uses factory stock BVCs with 0.5ohm ratings. The tank has drawbacks of course, such as its pathetic 2ml fill capacity, but I see this as probably being my only option to try sub-ohming, at least for a while.

So I’m planning on purchasing the tank soon (once the coils are readily available) and rather than just run off and spend $200+ on a device, I’m planning on just picking up a Sigelei 50w, unless of course anyone knows of a device with similar power that they’d recommend instead of that one which isn’t insanely priced.

So basically, three quick questions here. If anyone has a better suggestion than the Sigelei for around the same price, possibly a bit more, I’m open to hearing them. Then obviously, what would be your thoughts on a suggested range in wattage for that 0.5ohm coil? And then as the topic asks, what are the best batteries, in your opinion, for use when you’re sub-ohming and pulling more power than usual??

Smok BEC PRO

so….sadly i lurk too much and post too little to ask in the main thread for this <a href="http://www.vapinkiss.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vape.

Has anyone put a volt meter on this thing? does it really push 12 volts?
Most of the high end, high watt, high cost <acronym title="Advanced Personal <a href="http://www.vapinkiss.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vaporizer, aka mod“>apv right now are limited to 6 or 7 volts, even when they spout 100-150w output.

there are in my mind, two main advantages to regulated mods. one is safety (and the bec pro fails a little here thanks to heat issues compounded with the lack of heat auto-shutoff despite having a heat sensor inside…..FAIL) and the other is pushing high wattage through i high resistance coil build.
the bec at its limits should allow 50w using 12 volts in a 2.88 ohm coil and it’s only pulling 4.16 amps, well within most batteries safety limits.
to get 50w on a mechanical mod you would have to build to around .35ohms. waaay into sub-ohm range and that is on a fully charged battery at 4.2v. it would drop in performance pretty quickly. a 2+ ohm coil provides a lot more surface area than a .35 coil does! more surface area with the same power equals more <a href="http://www.vapinkiss.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapor in comparison.

if the bec pro truly pushes 12 volts out of a high amp 18650 all the way up to 50 watts on a coil at almost 3 ohms it is technically enabling superior <a href="http://www.vapinkiss.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vape performance than a lot of the 2×18650 or 2×26650 mods with triple the max wattage.
a 150w box limited by a 7v max requires you to build a sub ohm coil of .32ohms or less to reach 150w at a rather high 21.42 amp drain on the battery. to reach the 50w matching the bec pro you have to build a .9, just barely subohm and at a little over 7amp drain on the battery. that’s about a third of the resistance limit the bec pro can sport, and as stated, i think one of the main points of a regulated high wattage device is to be able to use large high resistance coils.

before i buy one of these things, especially knowing about the issues it has i really want to verify the custom chip smok is using genuinely pushes 12 volts. i have found the specs listed on some mods to be exaggerated when i look up the specs for the chipset they use in said mods. since the bec pro supposedly uses an in house chip i have only smok’s word for it so far, and none of the threads i have read talk about this at all.

Provari P3 is here.

After a long time spent on reading different reviews and comparison between the P3 and DNA 30 device, I got my hands on a P3 while visiting a vaping shop at Dublin, I couldn’t resist it ( I know it’s less power and over priced) but the quality of the built and the feeling I couldn’t resist 🙂
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What was bad about the base?

I replaced my Nude Nicotine base (which was extremely peppery, made me short on breath, and imparted a odd flavor to all my juices – and yet was clear) with <a href="http://www.vapinkiss.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapersTek, and is 100% better. Clean tasting, very little peppery hit.

My question is this:

What was in it that was causing me to be short of breath?
Nothing else has ever done that – not my B&M’s nic, not nic from <a href="http://www.vapinkiss.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>vapersTek, commercial juices – nothing.

Thanks

E Liquid flavorings (JR Watkins) Anyone try these? [Link]

https://www.jrwatkins.com/gourmet.aspx?facet={B08C6E44-C83B-470F-95A8-AA1C38EA08F5}

has anyone tried using these as flavoring agents in their mixes (only talking about the pure alcohol / essence ones)

Talk about Deja Vue!

The "Dallas Buyers Club" just made it to satellite. OMG! If I didn’t already believe that FDA wasn’t actually about health, I sure as hell would now. I mean, I was sorta pissed off before – now I’m seriously furious! And I don’t even live in the US.

Part of me doesn’t even want to look at this section of the website, but I truly feel it is important to keep abreast of current issues in the vaping world. It’s like a bloody magnet, I just have to check to see how things are doing.

How many deaths will it take to stop the ANTZ from spreading their misguided poisen? How can we approach them in a way that they can actually hear?

Microeconomics position paper information?

Hey guys, let me get started here by saying "Hi" I have been on a hiatus recently due to all my gear breaking and me being too poor to buy anything really good.
Im back to smoking cigarettes until I can save enough money to buy an IPV w/ the new aspire sub-ohm tank.
Anyways, thats not the point of this.

I am writting a position paper in my microeconomics class and it is due Monday. It was assigned over thanksgiving and I had no time to work on it recently.

The paper is on why e-cigs and alike should not receive the sin tax that certain officials have been opting for.
I need economic data on the industry, the elasticity of the market, and other things.
I want to write about why putting the sin tax on this is a bad idea due to the health beneifits, the elasticity of the market, and other industry data to back it up.
I also want to compare the proposed sin tax to the current one on cigarettes.
If anyone has any helpful links about any of this it would be much appreciated.

Writing a Microeconomics position paper! Need info!

Hey guys, let me get started here by saying "Hi" I have been on a hiatus recently due to all my gear breaking and me being too poor to buy anything really good.
Im back to smoking cigarettes until I can save enough money to buy an IPV w/ the new aspire sub-ohm tank.
Anyways, thats not the point of this.

I am writting a position paper in my microeconomics class and it is due Monday. It was assigned over thanksgiving and I had no time to work on it recently.

The paper is on why e-cigs and alike should not receive the sin tax that certain officials have been opting for.
I need economic data on the industry, the elasticity of the market, and other things.
I want to write about why putting the sin tax on this is a bad idea due to the health beneifits, the elasticity of the market, and other industry data to back it up.
I also want to compare the proposed sin tax to the current one on cigarettes.
If anyone has any helpful links about any of this it would be much appreciated.

Doing a Microeconomics position paper! Need help!

Hey guys, let me get started here by saying "Hi" I have been on a hiatus recently due to all my gear breaking and me being too poor to buy anything really good.
Im back to smoking cigarettes until I can save enough money to buy an IPV w/ the new aspire sub-ohm tank.
Anyways, thats not the point of this.

I am writting a position paper in my microeconomics class and it is due Monday. It was assigned over thanksgiving and I had no time to work on it recently.

The paper is on why e-cigs and alike should not receive the sin tax that certain officials have been opting for.
I need economic data on the industry, the elasticity of the market, and other things.
I want to write about why putting the sin tax on this is a bad idea due to the health beneifits, the elasticity of the market, and other industry data to back it up.
I also want to compare the proposed sin tax to the current one on cigarettes.
If anyone has any helpful links about any of this it would be much appreciated.

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