This is a guest post by Michael Britt. Some of my first V4L e-cigs were Vapor King automatic batteries I got in the starter kit the first time I tried switching over. Because I was topping off old carts (and wasn’t aware of the forums for newbie advice), I quickly made the mistake of flooding a cart.
Calling all vapers! Vapor4Life is hosting our first ever video contest! There are two huge prizes for the best videos. The second place winner will receive a new Automatic Dial-A-Volt ecig battery and a gift certificate to Vapor4Life for $75. The first place winner will receive an Automatic Dial-A-Volt and a $200 gift certificate. To enter,
Yesterday we wrapped up our contest to win an auto V4L Dial-A-Volt battery – the world’s first automatic variable voltage device. All you had to do was comment on the blog post with the reasons for making the switch from analogs to ecigs. We had a total of 141 entries, and randomly chose three winners.
- Happy early Friday. @bluemoonhemp is now at Vapor4Life. https://t.co/x0gobb65d3 2 days ago
- Aspire Nautilus X Review, How-To, and Troubleshooting: https://t.co/zbsX1jOqCc via @YouTube 3 days ago
- I added a video to a @YouTube playlist https://t.co/zbsX1jOqCc Aspire Nautilus X Review, How-To, and Troubleshooting 3 days ago