This is a guest post written by PJ, who is an expert on all things vape-related.
My name is Morandir, and you can also call me Pablo or PJ. If you have been to V4L’s sub forum on ECF or the KR808 section, you probably already know me. If you’ve found this blog through Facebook, Twitter, or have just stumbled upon Vapor4Life in your quest for an analog alternative, allow me to introduce myself.
On the first of October last year, I started my journey into vaping. My first experience with e-cigs was a disappointing e9 kit, which you can find at many higher-priced companies. After that came a 4081 kit, but that wasn’t what I was looking for either. Finally on the 21st of December I ordered a 510 kit and V4L KR808 kit on the same day. The V4L starter kit arrived first, and quickly became my favorite. The 510 got very little use, but it did start me on my path to testing any ecig I could get my hands on. Even today after trying tons of batteries, cartos, and atomizers, V4L King Diamond and Stealth series batts with a WOW cartomizer is my favorite hardware.
Nine days after receiving my kit, I joined ECF, and as quickly as I could, the V4L sub forum. It’s a place unlike any other on ECF, where you can get your daily fill of laughs and support of every type. It’s filled with some of the greatest people on the internet. If you happen join, please pop in, it’s a good guarantee you’ll interact with me at some point. In my time there, I’ve done a few tests on the hardware V4L sells ranging from voltage-holding capabilities to how many charges to expect out of a batt depending on how you use them. I will cover a lot of that technical information in later posts.
As for my personal life, I’m married, love animals (especially dogs), and am a self-admitted dork. I’m a huge fan of talk radio, particularly €˜The Ron and Fez Show’ on Sirius XM Radio. In my free time, when I’m not on ECF or hanging out with my wife and dogs, I like to enjoy a few select adult beverages from craft breweries. I work as a short-range truck driver in the Washington D.C. area. I also build and fix computers, and am working on my A+ certification.
I look forward to writing about technical topics, such as how many watts you’ll
get out of a freshly charged King Diamond batt with a WOW carto at 2.3 ohms.
Connect with PJ on the Electronic Cigarette Forum.