Those pieces are simply press-fitted together. Might try a few taps with a rubber mallet.
V4? Already?? I’m curious about that. Maybe colored screen this time? Anyways, haven’t watched the vid yet, will when I get time. I’ve got a rubber mallet & small dead blow hammer I can try too…its not a big deal, just unsightly
Yeah, I think that I am gonna let that bad boy cook for a week or two like you suggested. I also got a bourbon flavor from them. There was a lil part of me that wanted a throw back to my days of ordering whiskey and soda. As it was, I was kinda iffy on it. However, I mixed it with a strong tobacco flavored juice.. and found the two to be kinda friendly.. though that gave me insight into what I thought was a godawful juice I got recently. Halo put one out called Southern Classic. I think I know what they were aiming at now.
Closest I could find on taking it apart.Either mine was stubborn or he made it look easier on getting the top off. Just be careful if you do as to not yank the wires from the solder points like I did the first time <img src="http://ecigfortmyers.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache/94536d54d9_icon-e-smile.gif” alt=”:)” title=”Smile” />
UncleRJ wrote:Ms Puffinstuff wrote:My son had a mullet back then, too. We have pictures.
How much do you think your son will pay for those pictures?
And the negatives as well <img src="http://ecigfortmyers.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache/85c4935f70_icon-twisted.gif” alt=”:twisted:” title=”Twisted Evil” />
That’s what I’m waiting to find out. <img src="http://ecigfortmyers.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache/85c4935f70_icon-twisted.gif” alt=”:twisted:” title=”Twisted Evil” />
Back to the original subject of this thread…it’s not Kanger or an Evod battery, but I am enjoying the hell out of my little spinner from Altsmoke. Really pretty, too. It’s a rainbow finish and looks much better in person than in the picture.
Question by James: What type of e-cig should I buy for both cartridges and e-juice?
I’m very new to these. I’m interested in getting one that uses e-juice? I was looking at the Greensmartliving one and I can’t tell if I use e-juice with it or if it’s just for those cartridges.
Can anyone help? If I want an e-cig that uses both cartridges and e-juice what exactly am I looking for? Any specific battery type, or threading size? Please let me know. Thanks.
Answer by Lava
When choosing an ecig, remember that you are mostly choosing the battery. The atomizer system is usually adaptable for the tiniest simple cigalikes, the bigger better ecigs, and the super complex mods. So generally a cartridge can be used on anything, but not all batteries are equal. All ecigs use juice, and all have some type of battery, an atomizer, and a system for delivering the juice to the atomizer.
Tiny, cigarette sized batteries are 510 or 808 threads, 510 being somewhat more common. Cigar sized batteries are called ego type, they have two threads, outer ego threads and inner 510 threads. Most large mods (boxes or flashlight sized tubes) that use one large or multiple small batteries have 510 threads.
Cartomizers, the cartidges with an atomizer inside, either come prefilled or empty. Either way, you can refill them with the juice of your choice. Looks like Greensmartliving is a prefilled cartomizer and mini battery kit, but almost certainly you can refill the carts when empty or buy other carts, empty or filled, with the same threading. Generally refilling is far cheaper than buying prefilled cartomizers.
So 510 is a good choice of connection for the atomizer system as it fits most batteries and mods. If the Greensmartliving cig has 510 threads, you could in turn use those carts on other 510 threaded batteries. If you want that kit and want stuff that’s small like a cigarette, it’s not a bad price, plus if you decide later to buy a larger and longer lasting ego battery, assuming those are 510 carts you could still use anything you used on the GSL batteries. If you want more reliable stuff now and don’t need something that feels like a cigarette to hold, get an ego battery rather than the low powered mini.
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dropped my vamo last week in the driveway (very edge where the grass is….of course). a minor knick in the bottom, no biggie. however, the body bent at the base of the control unit where the permanently attached battery tube is. how do i take the whole thing apart? or anyone have a trick for straightening it out without causing further damage?
BTW, it a v2
There is a way to get into the thing and remove the circuit board if necessary.
And I will try to look for that info for you.
But as far as straightening it out, that may be a lost cause.
Does it still work or is it just cosmetic?
Sometimes you just have to accept a lost cause.
The V4 is coming out if you cannot fix?
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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 2 July 2013
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