I've been vaping 100% since January and loving it. But I'm a little concerned about polyfill. I know the bad taste of a dry cart. It reminds me of lighting the wrong end of an analog. However when I get about halfway thru a cart and the taste begins to very slightly change, I worry that I'm inhaling burning polyfill and whatever chemicals or substance this synthetic material is made of. So I wind up tossing a cart sooner than later. I notice this with tobacco flavors mostly. I guess the sweetness of a raspberry cart masks this effect. I sometimes think I'm trading the tar and chemicals in analogs for for some nasties that the polyfill is made of. Any thoughts on this greatly appreciated. On a related subject, I've heard about tanks with no polyfill but the reviews are not that good. Anyone tried these?
Hey Tarkus! Do you only use prefilled cartos? If not, then you can "top off" your cartos with juice once you start to taste the polyfill and it would fix your problem.
Sorry, I have no technical info on the b urning polyfill. Hopefully someone will be able to help you out there.
As for the polyfill-less tanks...I've tried a couple with not good results. I liked the idea, but from what I understand the Vapor4Life batts are too powerful for them and they burn REALLY easily! Personally I prefer Vapor4Life and power over anything else, so I didn't look for other ways to make them work. They don't have polyfill, but they do have to have some type of wicking material (which varies on device) and that burns just like polyfill does. There are ways to have absolutely no polyfill, like straight dripping onto an atty, but those require trial and error to get the right setup and technique. Plus they are very involved as you have to continuously drip on it in order to not burn your atty. There are other ways, but in order to avoid sounding like a commercial for other companies I will stop my examples there.
2.5 Ohm 901 Drip Atomizer which will screw right on to your KR808 batteries...............Next!
Harmony, if you want to try those poly free carto's again with the wicks, just make sure you get one with a resistance of 3/3.5 ohm. The ones you tried were probably LR which is why the 4.2 volt batteries were too much power for them. Personally, I don't like any single coil cartomizer poly fill or poly free at 2 ohms or less at 4 volts or higher. For me, the sweet spot is right around 2.8 ohms at 4 volts.
Pm on it's way and thread being closed before any medical talk begins.... :)