150w IPV3? Sigelei 100w? Ok I’m Lost…

Hi all,

I stumbled across another thread that discussed the idea that 150 watts was a ‘little’ extreme…and a youtube video of a guy lighting a +/- 2in flame running his IPV at 150 watts, and decided to sign up and ask the experts. :2cool:

What is the deal here?? I get that variable voltage is extremely useful, but don’t quite understand yet how changing the voltage or any of these ‘extra’ settings affect my vape. I get that your battery has limitations, and that affects whether you are able to build parallels, or dual coil builds, or the number of coils in any particular build, but that’s about the extent of my knowledge. I am running a Mechanical clone Nemesis mod (couldn’t tell you the stats – no reader gauge) but wrapped 26 gauge kanthal about 6-7 times in a parallel build on a 3.7v/40amp battery and a Doge RDA. I am enjoying the cooler vape, but starting to look to dig a little deeper at all the different gears/builds.

I am looking online at IPV3 150w (found some for 100$) and the Sigelei 100w (found some for about the same price). Should I go for one over the other? What other notable mentions am I missing? I don’t particularly want to spend an arm and a leg, and would like to just keep my RDA on my new VV device (may not necessarily be a box mod).

Sorry for the wall of text – I’ll keep scouring the forums – any input would be greatly appreciated!

7 weeks and I think I’m clear

After 55 years or so as a dedicated smoker I’m starting to think I’ve kicked it for good – no urge to light up that one American Spirit I’ve had sitting in the packet on the coffee table all that time. Vaping just tastes better, I get enough umm, "relaxation", from it and I like it. That 55 years is not counting the time when I was about 9 and a bunch of teenagers thought it would be fun to teach the younger kids to smoke… cinnamon sticks, with full inhalation and a hefty throat-hit. Then we moved on to cigs, when available, for about a week till my mother found out. Imagine though: cinnamon as a "gateway to smoking" – they need to ban it.:tongue:

My transition was eased by a week of cold turkey in hospital following major surgery and the ego Kit my wife had purchased several months before which I’d tried a couple of times, with little enthusiasm. BTW that surgery is not directly related to smoking, though there is some epidemiology suggesting a possible link, but there’s that for just about any illness you can get with all the smokers’ money sitting in trusts now, waiting for the busybodies to come along.

Anyway I’m feeling good – 12mg ejuice and I’ll decide later whether to lower that or eliminate it. I still don’t, and won’t, hate smokers or smoking; I really enjoyed (loved) it and there’ll always be an ashtray in our house for friends but I’ve moved on.

I’ve got my first serious equipment upgrade with an Aspire Premium Kit (Nautilus Mini with VV+ battery) – nice vape but a bit cimbersome for on the go so next will be something smaller and lighter – maybe a Joyetech eGrip. Thanks for all the great info here – it’s a great help to us noobs.

NewCloudCity Modz NYC. New Custom High End Box mods

Hey <acronym title="e-cigarette Forum”>ECF. I just released a new brand of Box mods based right here in NYC. They are all custom hand painted and fabricated by me. These are not your everyday mass produced mods. Here are the specs:

Custom hand painted dual 18650 box mods. 12 and 14 gauge wires,fat daddy 510 connectors, 16mm silver plated gold anti vandal switch Mosfet protected. Logo and serial #. I have 2 models. My Series model (8.4 volts) capable of over 400 Watts of power!!! My parallel model which is 2x the battery life. You can build super low OHM builds without stressing your battery or having to change your battery as much. These are some of the smallest dual 18650 mods out there. You cant get much smaller then this. These are not the usual big bulky boxes that you usually see dual 18650 mods being made out of.

I take pride in my work and it shows. If you have any questions please ask or DM me, I will also have a DNA 40 model as well as a wood version in the near future in the near future Pictures below

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Thnx for looking. :vapor:

Is there anything in my fridge that can be used to flavor DIY juice?

Has anyone used anything in their kitchen that was water soluble and vapable. For example lemon or lime juice. Can this be my primary additive for flavor or would it be weak? I have a bottle of truvia could i mix a little in to add sweetness or will it clog up my coil? Sugar, saline? Does saline make fruit flavors pop or will I just end up with a salty peach? lol Basically wondering if anyone has experimented with anything that has worked. What about natural juicy juice, etc. ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????? :confused:

considering a mod

I’m thinking about trying a mod but don’t know anything about them. Are they all drip or do you use regular tanks too? If I start using a drip, do I have to make my own coils or can they be purchased? I have a very busy life and the less work I have to put into something that isn’t important, the better. I’m a single mom, work full time and go to school. The last thing I want to do with the little bit of free time I get, is to sit around constructing parts.

Aside from my other questions, I’m looking at a mod that’s on sale and wondering, if I were to get it, what else I would need to purchase to make it a complete working unit… This is the one I’m considering

<a href="http://www.vapekingdom.com/mod-ph22-clone-stainless-steel/” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>PH22 Clone | Stainless Steel | $19.99 – Vape Kingdom

As North American Flaring Rises, Proposed Gas Conversion Projects Double

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) June 11, 2014

Planned projects to convert natural gas into fuels, intermediate chemicals and fertilizers have doubled in just 12 months, according to presentations from the Gas-to-<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquids (GTL) North America <a target="_blank" href="http://ecigbrandstarterkit.com/the-ecig-brand-starter-kit-a-less-harmful-alternative” rel=”nofollow”>conference held last week in Houston.

Energy researcher Zeus Intelligence, a unit of Hart Energy, surveyed 24 gas-conversion projects in the U.S. and Canada in 2013. This year Zeus identified 47 projects. Four developed by Nucor, Oberon, Primus Energy and Celanese are already producing hot-briquetted iron, dimethyl ether, gasoline and methanol, respectively.

“Flaring is a symptom of a market ballooning with natural gas,” said Chris Cothran, lead gas-conversion analyst at Zeus Intelligence. “We’re seeing the benefits of cheap natural gas across many industries.

“Effective June 1, North Dakota’s Industrial Commission changed its regulations,” he noted. Now oil producers must submit plans to capture gas when filing permits for new oil wells. Due to limited takeaway infrastructure, roughly 270 million cubic feet of associated gas is flared daily in North Dakota, mostly from oil wells in the Bakken shale. Regulators want producers to fund more pipelines and/or process plants to convert gas into marketable products.

Flares already in operation are attracting greater scrutiny, too. On July 1, North Dakota’s Industrial Commission is expected to announce new flaring rules. The state’s goal is to reduce flare gas from roughly 25 percent of total production to less than 10 percent by 2020.

“Gas-conversion technologists see an opportunity,” Cothran said. “Technologists are working to offer mobile solutions to convert gas at the wellhead into <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid products that can be shipped to market.” He said at least four joint ventures have been announced in recent weeks.

“It will be interesting to see who wins this race,” Cothran remarked, suggesting it will be mobile plants, extended pipelines or a combination of the two.

More information can be obtained at http://www.gtlnorthamerica.com or from FehYee Siow at 713-952-9500. A summary conference report will be available by June 30.

About Zeus Intelligence and Hart Energy

Zeus Intelligence focuses on natural gas conversion technologies, including LNG and GTL, and serves ~ 2,000 clients globally. Hart Energy acquired the gas technology specialist in April 2014.

For 40 years, Hart Energy editors and experts have delivered market-leading insight to investors and energy industry professionals. The Houston-based company produces magazines (such as Oil and Gas Investor, E&P and Midstream Business); online news and data services (such as DonwstreamBusiness.com); conferences (like the DUG™ series); GIS data sets; and a range of research and consulting services. For information, visit <a target="_blank" href="http://ecigbrandstarterkit.com/the-ecig-brand-starter-kit-a-less-harmful-alternative” rel=”nofollow”>http://www.hartenergy.com.





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