If you are new to vaping, you may not know that you can refill your cartomizers. Pre-filled carts are great for when you’re just starting out, or even if you’ve used e-cigarettes for a few years. They are incredibly easy to use. Just take off the clear rubber caps and screw one on a battery. It’s that simple! For people who are interested in learning all they can about e-cigs, carts, and e-liquid, or want to take their vaping to the next level, there are blank cartomizers. Blank cartomizers come in a few varieties to suit your particular preference. To use a blank cartomizer, you must remove the rubber caps and then fill it with 20-25 drops of e-liquid. There are many methods on how to fill a cartomizer, which you can read about here. Pre-filled cartomizers can also be refilled when they are empty.
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.
2012 is shaping up to be a great year! V4L has released many great new products. I have been in love with the new tanks since they came out. If you are new to vaping, you may be hesitant to try these. I suggest trying out flavors and pre-filled cartos before moving on to filling blank cartos with your own juice.
We’ve been pretty busy here at V4L these last few months. Our attention has been on the holidays, brand-spanking new forum, and the new products we’ve recently launched. Our latest product releases have focused on expanding or enhancing our current product lines. Yesterday, we put out something a little different.
This is a guest post written by Morandir835, a regular on V4L’s sub forum on ECF, and an e-cig enthusiast.
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.