Let’s Talk About Juice, Baby!

This is a guest post written by Clover, a college student and vapaholic from the Midwest.

Let’s Talk About Juice, Baby.

Alright, you’ve got your favorite handy-dandy V4L Diamond battery, the Slim Chargers, the Drip Tips, and all the other gadgetry. Now what? So many juice choices! Where to start? There’s USA juice, WOW juice, Premium juice, and VG juice. What does that all mean? Well different PG/VG ratios for starters, but I’m no techie. For me it’s about taste, throat hit, and vapor production. Flavor is most important to me, next being throat hit, and vapor production is least important, although I do love clouds! When I started out, I tried all the sampler packs. Pre-filled cartos are a good way to get an idea for a flavor, but the true flavor is in the juice. So when I would try a flavor I liked, I would buy the bottle. There is definitely a difference between pre-filled and filling your own with bottled juice. I highly recommend filling your own cartos with your favorite juices. Your taste buds will thank you! Continue reading

Power Vaping For Pros

There are hundreds of kinds of batteries. V4L sells a large variety, and recently added several more to the collection. In addition to our Vapor Kings, Original Vapor Kings, Diamonds, and Stealths, we now also carry VGOs, EGO-Ts, Auroras, and OMGs.

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Chargers and The Affects on Batteries

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

V4L offers three types of chargers: Vapor King Wall Charger, Vapor King USB Charger, and Vapor King Slim Wall Charger.

Wall Charger

The VK Wall Charger is V4L’s first version. It plugs into any wall outlet. It’s the most bulky of chargers, but is the only one that doesn’t pose compatibility issues. They charge batteries to about 4.25 volts ‘off load’. They also have the highest average charge times of all the V4L chargers. I have tested all 3 lengths using the wall charger. The average charge times are as follows: Shorties – 82 minutes, Regulars – 128 minutes, and Xls – 176 minutes.

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