Glad we could help Lisa :)
You have gotten alot of good answers, I just wanted to add my :twocents:
There are many variables for TH. Manuals can produce a quicker TH because you don't have to inhale to activte the switch, to heat up the atomizer and finally get vapor like the autos. You just press the button and get a good hit of vapor straight to your throat (I have always preferred autos btw). But it also can depend on juice, nic strength, voltage, flavor, etc.
The cartos inside of the tanks are similar to regular cartos, but not completely the same. The tank cartos are longer and built specifically for the tanks. They also come in different ohms and a choice of single or dual coils. The regular cartos don't come with as many options. Mainly I look at it as a carto with a tank of juice around it, which means you don't have to refill as often! A definite plus for a busy working mom like yourself!
I am not affiliated in any way with Vapor4Life so I can't say for certain, but I don't think Vapor4Life will be coming out with a disposable ecig. Not only the reasons that Blue stated, but also because (IMO) disposables are inferior to the Vapor4Life products and they are working on new and improved. My only suggestion for your situation would be to buy lots of batts and lots of chargerrs! When you're sitting in one place using your PT (passthrough) use the other outlet to charge a batt. Or figure out how many batts you need in a day and make sure that many are charged for every day of the week and ready to grab-n-go! I know many people don't recommend leaving them on chargers overnight, but if that's the only time you have a chance, then work with what you got! The more chargers you have the more batts you can charge at once! Get a power strip and plug them all in.
Gator, I'm glad other people were able to answer your question. We have a battery recycle bin at work and that's where I plan on tossing mine if hey ever die!
First off I just wanted to say great answers everyone, you added a great deal that I didn't think to write. :)
Regarding proper recycling of batteries, in addition to the resources already posted, I wanted to add a few:
* Best buy will accept all e-waste (laptops, etc) as well as batteries for proper recycling for no charge. This beats taking it to the local dump and paying a fee. For computing devices, they always ask if the hard drive is still in it. Tell them "no", because if it is they won't take it until you remove it. They never check :)
* Radio Shack is part of the battery recycling partnership as well and will accept your batteries.
* If you have a "Batteries Plus" or similar store that specializes in selling all manner of batteries (and nothing else), they also all accept them.
Of course, having one of the companies send you a prepaid return mailer is handy too, but if you happen to be out and about chances are you end up near one of these stores... Whatever makes the most sense for your situation..
Wow, I think I've gotten a couple entries on the linky list now. Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy (and good for something once in awhile lol). Thanks Ms LS9
Sent from my phone; Please excuse typos / autocorrections.
Not bad for a little blue lego guy who carries a big stick. Perhaps there is a bit of Napoleon complex going on in your avatar. I do like that blue titan and will consider adding one to my color palatte.
Originally Posted by TheBlueAdept
Love Ya Blue!!!!!!
Awww, thanks you guys *hugs*
Originally Posted by LadyStrick9
Love the graphic too Ms LS9 :)
Thank you Loves Greyhounds.... I did order, but ordered the smaller of the two tanks..as I am still in experimental mode. I have washed cartos at this point...but I find I don't like the quality of the vaping afterwards.
Yes indeed Ladystrick provided lots of info which is appreciated.
Thanks for your "welcome" also. :)
Thanks Lisa! I see you have your "likes" disabled and your "reply with quotes". That's ok....I have been trying to make more comments lately that "likes" anyway.
How are you today?