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Post by domesticextremist on Aug 21, 2018 10:21:53 GMT
I recently swooped on some Samsung 25R for a competitive price from a reputable supplier. These are 2500mAh nominal capacity, which seems to be verified by my charger. I have been running them in my Pico at on a 1.8Ohm coil at 7.4W. I notice that they seem to discharge noticeably faster (say 15%) than my 18month old Sony VTC4 which are only 2100 mAh.
Is there any obvious reason why this should be? Are there such notable differences between manufacturers or is it possible that they have been on the shelf for a while and lost a bit of oomph?
Those are absolute rubbish, you need to get some from an electronic supply shop but decent ones will not be cheap or go cheap and disposable with these www.ebay.co.uk/itm/323201352372
I tried to find a side cutter specific video from Big Clive on youtube, I know he's talked about them in his videos but I can't find a specific one.
He does cracking videos, I'd recommend a watch of his channel BIG CLIVE
Crikey, he goes on a bit. Half an hour to say they're all the same, the $5 ones have the best ergonomics and don;t use them to cut piano wire. Mind you the Big Clive channel is the tops. Thought this one was brilliant:
Post by domesticextremist on Aug 17, 2018 14:02:31 GMT
Top stuff GunJack - your story is probably more typical of the average vaper than most. I thought the research guy was trying to pour cold water on it a bit though - maybe he's seeing his lobby money evaporate before his eyes...but Chiles seemed on board. After all the BS and outright lies I've read over the past few years, I'm feeling very positive that we might be able to get rid of or roll back some of the TPD stupidity.
The committee is pressing the government to relax the regulations around e-cigarettes, which in many respects are controlled like ordinary cigarettes.
E-cigarettes are less harmful than conventional cigarettes, but current policy and regulations do not sufficiently reflect this and businesses, transport providers and public places should stop viewing conventional and e-cigarettes as one and the same. There is no public health rationale for doing so.
It wants to see the rules lifted on the tank size of devices. “The limit on the strength of refills makes some users have to puff harder to get the nicotine they seek and may put some heavy smokers off persisting with them,” says the report.
Post by domesticextremist on Aug 16, 2018 6:51:12 GMT
Could it be your juice? I had some replacement PMMA Doggy tanks that fell apart when exposed to both Inawera raspberry and menthol concentrate based juice. That's not to say the tanks weren't pants too - just those juices trashed them really quick.
Hello MTL'rs... Usually with the coils I'm around 1 ohm with electronic and at 0.7 / 0.8 in mechanic. Regardless of the wire material that I use (the most often on 28 ga, in 2/2,5 diameter). I also tried some crafted nano clapton and nano alien, specific for mtl
Will the squonk makers not just design them so you can use a standard 10 ml juice bottle Seems to me that would be quite easy to do Again this is from a non squonk user
Would have thought it obvious really, though there's no such thing as a standard 10ml juice bottle. I have a motley collection gathered over the last few years that I use for my homebrew - different caps, different nozzles, different materials. Parts don't interchange very well.
Wouldn't it be great though if you could buy a bottle of juice, take off the lid and nozzle and screw it straight on to your squonker...