benefits of nicotine

some of the benefits might only apply to me, some may be just my own thoughts and some I am pretty sure are actually scientific.

:)helps with weight control
keeps me awake and more alert on night shifts
makes me less cranky
probably acts like a mini antidepressant
levels drop after a few hours SO THEREFORE I get to actually have a break my fellow nurses don’t
and because I am now a vaper I get to taste flavours and still get the above benefits

not a bad little list from a simple plant

Hello-need help for DIY ejuice making please

I’m new to this forum and fairly new to vaping, about 5 weeks in. I’m cigarette free after 40 Years of over a pack a day. Just ordered a 50 watt I smoke and a kanger sub ohm tank. I’m terrified I’m gonna blow myself up. I’m very interested in <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_42.html”>diy ejuice making, anyone know where to point me?

Do you only use AEMSA certified E-liquid vendors?

Hi everyone! I am wondering if there are companies out there that have had their <a href="”>liquid thoroughly tested, but are not members of the AEMSA? Not only is my general health a concern when purchasing <a href="”>liquids, but I would rather spend my money and support the vendors who are doing more in order to make sure that their <a href="”>liquid is safe. Is there a thread or list of vendors on this board that are "<acronym title="e-cigarette Forum”>ECF certified" so to speak, when it comes to testing and transparency?

My SX350 mini 60w/120w build

Hey all,
Long time lurker, recently taking the plunge into modding.

One of the reasons I’ve decided to dive into the <a href="<a href="”>liquid_c_42.html”>diy modding world is I love to tinker, create, fabricate and make new things. I’m a knowledge sponge and get bored when I’m not doing something new. Electricity has always been somewhat of a mystery to me and I thought this would be a golden opportunity to roll up the sleeves and learn a new skill.

My need: I have a very muted sense of taste and smell due to year-round allergies (curse you, genetics!). I’ve found I get the best flavor from sub-ohm dripping. My personal experience has been on my bros Sigelei 150w with a Plume Veil clone, .5ohm coil at about 30-35watts. My first mod was a istick 15w running Nautilus Aspire tanks, but once I tried a dripper the damn thing’s been in my mind every, single, day. Flavor is night and day different. So I guess that makes me a flavor chaser? I’ve no interest in cloud chasing at all.

The Build: Planning on a dual 18650 (Sony VTC4s) regulated box mod using the YiHi SX350 mini 60w/120w chip housed in translucent 1/8" amber colored acrylic. More fragile than a Hammond box, but like I said I like to fabricate and having all the guts exposed to the naked eye tickles my fancy.

My parts list:
SX350 Mini chip
Keystone 1049 dual 18650 sled
2x Sony VTC4 batteries
E-Switch 16mm illuminated anti-vandal switch
FatDaddy v4 low profile 510 connector
generic tactile switches from Mouser
2 11amp PTC fuses (still learning about these a little bit)
***YiHi 9V Balancing Charger Board (decided to add this to the mix after sketching out my wiring diagram)

Some math…

Max output Power: 120w
Max Output Power at 80%: 144w
Min input voltage: 6.4v
144w/6.4v = 22.5A fuse needed

So, thoughts/feedback on the diagram? It has no fuses listed as I’m still a touch foggy. Considering two 11A PTC fuses in parallel, just a tad ignorant on the exact specs I’d need in this built. Maybe something like this?

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The best way to charge you e-cig and batteries

Hello Guys,
I noticed that there are a lot of people who are used to charge electric equipment in Inappropriate ways.

Don’t know how many vapers use the charging cable to connect your e-cig device or charger first and then plug the adaptor to the power supply end.
Taking phones as example, if you firstly connect your phone and then plug your adaptor in the socket, there will be a huge voltage assault to the phones which is bad for the life and performance of your phones. Otherwise is the adaptor you are using is DC adaptor, by connect the adaptor to socket first, the high AC volatle can be converted to low safe voltage such as 5V, 12V, in this way, the assault to your devices will be reduced in a large degree.

This is all the same for charging e-cigs, and batteries.

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Compatible Coils: Eleaf GS Air Coils


  • Capacity: 3ml
  • Length: 31mm; 1.2 inches (without mouthpiece)
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