That being said, I am a tinkering kind of guy. Upon finding out that there was possibly more to this than an ego and clearomizer (I am not taking anything way from that setup, but that is where I started), I started digging. I found available to me all sorts of ways to get more flavor, hit, or vapor and gazillions of toys to help get there.
Here is that hopefully interesting thought. For the more than thirty years that I smoked (note the past tense… do a little dance) , I don’t think it ever crossed my mind about the intensity of the flavor, or amount of smoke I was putting out. I did not run from one brand or style of analog to another and then back again looking for that missing whatever. Now that I have managed to join the ranks of those who have given up smoking those same analogs (although a noob in that sense, I will still claim it) I do indeed wonder if I am getting enough of the the flavor of which I am now aware. I exhale a cloud of no longer toxic fog and wonder if my device is working up to par.
Found my old Silver bullet and cleaned the hell out of it tonight. Now i need new batteries, atomizers and juuuuice.
So far from what i’ve read in the past hour it seems that rebuildable are more mainstream now. and now there are tanks with replaceable heads….
So im thinking of getting a protank2 whats the stroy on it?
I hope I’ve been able to help members here with most of them. 🙂
So is the vivi nova still tops now? I’ve heard about the Protank but has never tried it. It might look great and use better materials, but I wonder if it is as user friendly as the vivi nova?
Or perhaps there are products I don’t know about?
My priority is getting the most flavor, first, then hit, then vapor. A huge cloud of vapor is cool, but it is the flavor and hit that keep me coming back.
During my learning curve related to building the coil, I have discovered even more setups than I would have thought possible. What is a dual coil? Quad coil? Academically I understand that it is running two or four coils, but how does that work? Will it deliver more flavor, TH and vapor? What about micro coils? I saw a video of one today, but have no idea where it stands.
My usual setup is a Smoktech tank with a 1.7 ohm DC carto on a 3.7 ego batt, used with 50/50 juice. All the batts and tanks I’m using are only a few months old, and have been working fine up to this point, so I wouldn’t expect it to be an issue with them. Same goes for the juice– I’ve been buying the same stuff from the same suppliers all this time, and none of them seem to have changed their recipes.
Last month I was out of the country, and didn’t bring the majority of my kit with me. When I came back I loaded fresh new Smoktech cartos into every tank, filled them up with brand new liquid, and… all dry hits. Topped them all off, still kept getting dry hits. I always wait for the juice to soak in after priming (this is the method I use, it’s never failed me) and checked them all for flooding, but as far as I can tell, I hadn’t done anything wrong. They just kept giving me dry hits until they burnt.
So, throat raw and eyes watering, I decided to order cartos from Ikenvape and borrowed some kit from a friend in the meantime. The IKV order arrived, I set everything up, making sure to prime them the way others have recommended, and… nothing but dry hits! Every carto burnt or flooded eventually. Incredible.
Picked up some Smoktech Resurrectors and even XL Boges, and those all gave dry hits too. Every single one. I’ve been through 40 cartomizers at this point and I have absolutely no idea what’s wrong. Have the QC people at every factory been laid off? Are carto manufacturers starting to use liquid-resistant batting? Do I just have insanely bad luck? Or, more likely, could it be something to do with my equipment and not the cartos themselves?
Hopefully this problem has an easy solution or a simple answer. Any help would be appreciated!
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