Technical Info About Replacement Cartos for Tanks

Tank

This is a guest post written by Morandir835, an e-cig enthusiast, admin on the Vapor4Life forum, and a regular on their ECF sub forum.

Vapor4Life now carries 1.5, 2.0, and 2.5ohm dual coil cartos, and 2.0 and 3.0ohm single coil cartos for tanks. Today I will explain the differences and positives and negatives of each.

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Unusual Vaping Terminology

Every industry has their own lingo that people use to communicate, including the electronic cigarette industry. There is a lot of jargon used by people who use personal vaporizers. Some terms are self-explanatory, such as manual, automatic, battery, center post, flavor, LED tip, throat hit, cartridgevaporjuice, and nicotine strength. Continue reading

Passthroughs and Wall Adapters

This is a guest post written by Morandir835, a regular on V4L’s sub forum on ECF, and an e-cig enthusiast.

Manual PT

One e-cig piece I haven’t explained yet is the passthrough, known by many as a “PT.” It’s not really a battery, but can be a life saver when driving or when all of your batts are charging. It comes in both auto and manual versions, but requires an external power source to run, namely a USB port. Unlike batteries that start at 4.1 volts depending on the model, PTs run at 5 volts constantly. That is as long as they are hooked up to a proper power source. This is where the wall and car adapters come into play.

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Change Can Be Good

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This is a guest post written by Keyzygirl from Key West, Florida. Laid back and vaping in paradise.

I’m Not Smoking, I’m Vaping
When I started vaping, people would ask what I was smoking. When I tried to explain that it wasn’t smoke but an electronic cigarette they would chuckle or make silly comments. That made me feel funny explaining it to them. I felt like they were mocking me. But when one smoker in a group was truly interested, they listened to me and asked serious questions. When the rest of the group realized what was going on, they too would stay and talk. No more goofing around, they really wanted to know more. It was pretty amazing to see their whole attitude change!

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