Looking for better O-rings for the Octopus RDA

Hi All,

Has anyone found better O-rings for the Octopus RDA?
For me the Octopus has the best draw. It would be my favorite atomizer except I cant put it in my pocket without the cover coming off and leaking juice all over the place. The O-rings that come on it are too loose, thus making it an ‘at home’ only device…which is a bumber.

Anyway. If anyone has input on better (thicker) O-rings and where to purchase them I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!

Mike

The Rookie – My intro…

Ello everyone,

Just wanting to say hi and introduce my self. This is the second time I have tried vaping first experience was not the best. When I started I tired the Blu e-cigs and they was fun at first but the addys didn’t last more then one day and the cost to replace them was more then pack of real cigs. Two years latter started working at a new job and seen some people vaping and the stuff they had was alot better then what I had after talking to them I went and got a ego kit from Digital Storm and from there I have gotten looking around more and have found a lot more websites and ended up here.

Currently I am running a Kanger Pro Tank with a Vision Spinner 1300mAh. Looking to get more into the vaping world and currently thinking of getting into Carto Tanks like the AGR or getting into the AGA-T2.
Have been getting most of my info from PBasardos videos on youtube love that guys reviews.

Additional Interest are custom computers and online gaming. Been Playing Everquest on and off for the past 13 years recently just started playing Guildwars 2

SO that is a short little intro of me. Some might alrdy have met me in the livechat.

General Vaping Discussion • Re: Is it me or does the forum seem a bit slow since

slap_maxwell wrote:
Indeed. I run stacked 18350s when I need to make sure I’m getting as close to Full Power as the Vamo will deliver.

Is there enough room to put a 2 cents for safety fuse in the Vamo when running stacked batteries?

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General Vaping Discussion • Re: Is it me or does the forum seem a bit slow since

scalewiz wrote:
Go with the Innokin. It’s telescopic, and will take just about any battery/combination you want to throw, unlike the Vamo which can be picker due to its fixed lengths. I always had problems with my Vamo coming loose on the pressed together parts and had to press it back together several times using a vise. The Innokin will also fit all the Kangers without problem.

I’ve heard about the Vamo being slightly wonky before due to the pressed bits it’s starting to seem more & more like the SVD is going to be the winner for me.

If you like telescopic, here’s another quality choice

http://stormysvaporcellar.com/oc_1/inde … uct_id=583

I was looking at Zmax for a bit my only problem with it is it uses 1 button for everything.

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General Vaping Discussion • Re: FDA Regulations

Dinky waxes eloquently:

I am just saying… it’s not that much different than food in my opinion.

It isn’t, really, and let’s face it…almost all of the stuff in e-juice is food-grade something or another, except for the nicotine. What I think they may require is paperwork to prove trace-ability from your nic provider and probably some procedure that is followed to insure the quantity of nicotine in the juice being made is what is claimed, and not anything more, give or take a small margin for error. They may even require a test be made on each batch with results kept on file, which would require a repeatable test of some sort that you could perform for any inspector that may show up.

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General Vaping Discussion • Re: FDA Regulations

My good friend has a little catering business that he runs out of his home and yes he has to pay 250 or 300 bucks a year for a vendors licence and the FDA comes out to his house once a year to make sure it is nice and clean but that’s really it. He doesn’t have to buy a whole bunch of expensive equipment to make the food in or turn his kitchen into a clean room, although his pots and his bowls have to be stainless steal… big deal. I heard a juice vendor talking at the last vape meet I went to ( I will keep their name anonymous) but they were saying they spent a ton of money to put a pharmaceutical grade clean room in their basement to make their juice in because that is what they anticipated the FDA was going to require eventually. If I have rubber gloves, a nice mask like painters wear, and a few bottles of cleaning solution and sanitizing solution to soak all my gear in, I think I should be able to make juice in my house. I don’t mind if the FDA comes in to see if I have that stuff, but I just cant see why people say only companies with deep pockets are going to survive the FDA regulations. I am not trying to say I am going to start a juice company out of my house…lol. I am just saying… it’s not that much different than food in my opinion.

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General Vaping Discussion • Re: Is it me or does the forum seem a bit slow since

UncleRJ wrote:
Both the Vamo and the SVD are indeed great devices IMHO.

Both do pretty much the same thing (I have them both).

The big difference is that the SVD is built like a brick S-House and it both weighs and cost more. But you can also stack batteries in it.

The Vamo again does the same except for the stacked batter option, just a single 18350 or a single 18650.

If you want something exceedingly well built and will survive the end of the world, go with the SVD. If you want to go this route, get it from Fazed Box mods as he has a 15% discount.

The Vamo is also great and cost about %50 less.

I"m pretty sure you can stack 2 18350 batteries in a Vamo.

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However I’ll probably stick to running which ever 1 I do get with just 1 18350 & run it at like 8.5 watts.

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