I want one too, but I wont pay BS inflated prices for it 😛
First of all[b] DO NOT [/b]ever use a standard alkaline battery. your device draws far to much amperage for a standard battery to handle and you are risking a violent battery explosion by over stressing the battery. This is the battery you want to use for a AA size which is a 14500 (meaning 14mm diameter(first 2 numbers) by 50mm length(2nd two numbers) the 0 at the end indicates it’s a cylindrical battery). IMR (LiMn) are the safest to use http://www.woodmods.com/product_p/awimr14500.htm
For the issue of it not working you probably just need to pull the pin of the atty or carto. Here’s a video tutorial on how to do that 😉
AA’s fit but don’t work. The model is a "Puresmokerf ‘Icon’"; this unit had a green battery in it when i found it (battery was tossed due to fear of leakage, adn size/type wasn’t noted. it was a matte-green li battery)
I got a new cartridge/atomizer and filled w/ several drops, nothing.. nothing w/ regular AA’s or the lithium or nickel AA-size batteries I bought.. this thing is heavy and the batteries fresh, what could give? the item doesn’t appear it’s broken or really capable of being broken (it appears defect-free, and I have every reason to believe it was being used shortly before I found it)
here’s a link to a random googleimage result for jpg of the vaporizer (oh it had a 1.5ohm cartridge on it when found, but i bought another cartridge at the mall and no results after loading it with several drops of eliquid)
Picked this up last night at Village e-cigs in Lewisville, TX
Answer by Roger
While most use the same connection, it it not recommended that you mix them, as they could burst in your mouth, knocking out teeth and such. Use the same cartridge and battery together and play it safe.
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Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
Doctors Health Press, a division of Lombardi Publishing Corporation, and publisher of various natural health newsletters, books, and reports, including the popular online Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin, is reporting on a new study out of the U.S. finding supplement users are more likely to be healthy.
As Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin (http://www.doctorshealthpress.com/food-and-nutrition-articles/the-five-top-reasons-people-take-supplements) notes, according to U.S. researchers, people who regularly take supplements are more likely to report very good or excellent health, have health insurance, use alcohol moderately, avoid cigarette smoking, and exercise more frequently than nonusers.
As the article The Five Top Reasons People Take Supplements reports, dietary supplements are used by more than half of adults, although the reasons motivating this use have not been previously examined across the nationuntil now.
The Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin article states that U.S. researchers just completed a study in which they analyzed peoples motivations for taking dietary supplements. They then reported on the types of products used and examined the role of physicians and health care practitioners in guiding choices about dietary supplements. To do this, they collected data from adults enrolled in the 20072010 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
As the article notes, while the study doesnt specifically say if supplement use does indeed boost bone health, or joint health, or eye health, it does seem to suggest that the overall health of supplement users seems to be pretty high. Offering a snapshot of the average supplement users lifestyle, the article lists the studys findings:
The most commonly reported reasons for using supplements were to improve (45%) or maintain (33%) overall health
Women used calcium products for bone health (36%), whereas men were more likely to report supplement use for heart health or to lower cholesterol (18%)
Older adults (60 years of age or older) were more likely than younger individuals to report motivations related to site-specific reasons, like heart, bone and joint, and eye health
Only 23% of products were used based on recommendations of a health-care provider
Multivitamin-mineral products were the most frequently reported type of supplement taken, followed by calcium and omega-3 or fish oil supplements
(SOURCE: Bailey, R.L., et al., Why US Adults Use Dietary Supplements, JAMA Intern Med. February 4, 2013: 17.)
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