First twisted micro coil build.

First time building with twisted wire. I think it turned out well.

28ga Kanthal A1
0.21 peak to peak
5/64th mandrel
0.76 ohms
built on Expromizer deck (authentic)
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next tank

Hey all
I’m looking to get another tank. This will be used as my main tank or a back up if I’m not happy with it. My current setup is a Telsa spider 1600mah and a protank mini 2. I’m new to vaping, but willing to learn new things. I’m not sure if I should just get another protank or branch out? I know in time I want to upgrade everything I’m currently using. Also right now I’m running single coil, does running double make allot of difference?
Thanks for the help

Larson Electronics releases a New Handheld Spotlight with a Green Lens for the Avid Hunters


Kemp, Texas (PRWEB) June 16, 2014

The <a href="http://ecigbrandstarterkit.com/e-cig-the-smart-alternative” rel=”nofollow”>HL-85-GREEN from <a href="http://ecigbrandstarterkit.com/e-cig-the-smart-alternative” rel=”nofollow”>Larson Electronics is a lightweight, ultra rugged, ergonomic handheld spotlight that operates on 12 or 24 volts DC via a 16’ coil cord ending in a cigarette plug. The unique reflector and lens configuration produces a 900’ beam in spotlight mode, making it approximately 5 million retail candlepower rating. The handle and lamp housing support are made from high impact nylon and the polycarbonate lamp housing is thick and contoured for extra support. The industrial grade, tungsten filament bulb is designed for 1200 hours of life while producing over 5 million candlepower.

The reflector is uniquely shaped and shallow, capturing and focusing the light efficiently and effectively. Combined with a convex lens and inset lens positioning, this light optimally and efficiently captures and projects the right amount of light where the operator wants it. The position of the bulb and the shape of the reflector are different than most handheld lighting products, as it is designed to capture and focus 90% of the light being emitted. By lifting a locking tab located behind the lamp housing, the operator can rotate the lamp housing which enables the operator to adjust the beam from a wide, soft flood pattern to a tight, spot beam that goes out 900 feet. Continued rotation will disconnect the lamp head from the handle assembly, allowing access to replace the bulb when necessary. This ultra-durable handheld spotlight weighs on 13 ounces, which makes it easy to carry and operate. The nylon handle has a no-slip textured surface to improve grip and has a conveniently placed push button so that the user can easily access the switch with their fore finger for quick on/off operation.

“Due to the high demand of customers inquiring about a green output spot light, we decided to produce one and considering we already offer it in white and red, it was fairly easy to do,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “This lightweight, ultra-rugged spotlight easily switches from a spot beam to a flood beam with a simple turn and is available in a 5 inch lens or a seven inch lens, furthermore adding to the versatility of this hunting light.”

Larson Electronics carries an extensive line of LED spotlights, LED hunting lights, colored LED lights, portable work lights and explosion proof lights. You can view Larson Electronics’ entire line of lighting by visiting them on the web at <a href="http://ecigbrandstarterkit.com/e-cig-the-smart-alternative” rel=”nofollow”>Larsonelectronics.com. You can also learn more about all of Larson Electronics’ lighting products or call 1-214-616-6180 for international inquiries.





Change Is In The Air: Prince Georges Community College Set To Roll Out Smoke/Tobacco-Free Institutional Policy


Largo, MD (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

Prince George’s Community College today announced its brand new campaign, Breathe Free, which supports efforts to create a smoke/tobacco-free environment and decrease the risk factors that contribute to preventable diseases associated with smoke and tobacco use. An institution known for its deep-rooted stance in the surrounding community, the College, in cooperation with its Health Education Center, recognized the growing rate of smoke/tobacco-related illnesses adversely impacting county residents, and made the concerted commitment to implement a new College-wide policy. The initiative provides cessation and wellness materials, screenings and workshops. The smoke/tobacco-free policy takes effect on September 15, 2014.

“We take our commitment to serving very seriously, and this forward-thinking policy to make PGCC a smoke/tobacco-free environment is in line with that commitment,” said Charlene M. Dukes, PGCC president. “To ensure the ‘Breathe Free’ program meets its goals of reducing and eliminating the number of individuals, employees, students, and visitors who smoke or use tobacco products, including electronic devices, we partnered with Dimensions Healthcare Systems, CareFirst Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, and other health-focused organizations to provide on-going programs and information to assist individuals during and throughout this transition.”

Former Prince George’s County Executive, the late Wayne K. Curry, knew all too well that cigarette smoking disproportionately affects African Americans, who have a higher risk of lung cancer and death resulting from lung cancer, than other smokers. Curry advocated for better educational programs for African Americans in order to raise awareness about lung cancer and its mortality rates, particularly among African Americans. Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death, disease and disability in the United States, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Recently, more and more colleges and universities in Maryland, and throughout the nation, have implemented similar policies on their campuses. The Surgeon General maintains that tobacco and the resulting smoke causes cancer. Moreover, reports from the World Health Organization convey that there is no safe level of secondhand smoke. PGCC has taken a significant step by officially putting a policy in place that educates the college community, while providing a cleaner and healthier environment.

To learn more about the College’s Breathe Free campaign and smoke/tobacco-free policy, please contact Jennifer Colter at Prince George’s Community College (Largo campus) by calling (301) 322-0157.

Prince George’s Community College is a National Center of Academic Excellence and White House Champion of Change. Established in 1958, Prince George’s Community College provides transfer and career programs that help students transition to four-year colleges and universities and prepares them for the workforce. Each year, 40,000+ students take part in more than 200 academic programs and workforce development and continuing education courses. Located in Largo, Maryland, Prince George’s Community College has additional sites at Joint Base Andrews, University Town Center in Hyattsville, Laurel College Center, Skilled Trades Center in Camp Springs, and Westphalia Training Center in Upper Marlboro. For more information, visit the college website at http://www.pgcc.edu.





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Found the sweet spot.

I am running my first coil on my RM2 and was getting good flavor but not over the top. I moved the air hole a bit to line up with the coils ( as suggested by SuperX). I squonked longer thanks to FB. Wow, I hit the sweet spot! I cannot believe what a difference such minor adjustments can make to the flavor and intensity of the vape. I have not drilled the whole out yet and am loving it. I am getting the hang of the REO and it is a fast learning curve. What a great vape and now I understand why most buy more than one. Thanks for the help Reoville!

Viper Vapor Labor Day Blowout Sale!!! 25%+ marked off the entire store PLUS Buy 2 Get 1 FREE On ALL E-Liquid!!!

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It’s time for Viper Vapor’s Labor Day BLOWOUT sale!!!
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We have slashed prices to absolute insane rock bottom from now until Tuesday morning! We want to clean out our stock and get you in a new mod or accessory for as little as possible! supplies are limited and will not last long at these prices!! 25% + off the ENTIRE store!

We are also offering a BUY 2 GET 1 FREE special on our selection of hand crafted, custom blended E-liquid! All of our E-liquids are blended at the time of order. We have 15ml bottles for $6.00 and 30ml bottles for $11.50. All E-liquid is available in either Glass or Plastic bottles and PG/VG ratios from 20-80%. We offer nicotine levels of 0, 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, 30, and 36. With over 100 in-house flavor recipes available for you, there is surely something amazing waiting for you!

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Help with a Maraxus Mod (Black & Gold one), I can’t get it to fire….??

Hi all, I’m sure this has been posted before but I need a little help….. I am trying to put a battery (18650 purple 35Amps Efest, Sony 18650 vtc5) in the black and gold Maraxus mod that I bought a while back and have been procrastinating about trying it out and building my first micro dual coil on the IGO-W (that I had to drill the air holes bigger and my 28 gauge wire keeps breaking when I tighten the screws down, grrrrr)) but when I’m putting the battery in the mod and tighten the mod down I then can’t get my atty to screw in…

I pushed on the pin with a toothpick and the 510 pin will not push down!

If I screw in the atty first and then put the battery in the bottom piece of my mod, screw the mod tight hit the fire button on the bottom the stupid thing won’t fire then….

How do I get this thing to work?

Having issues with mini protank 2

So, I’m vaping sucker punch in my protank and I’m hardly getting any vapor production. I changed my coil even though the one I was using was a day old. What can I do to get my clouds back? My evod tank is working just fine on an older coil so I’m at a loss a to what can be causing the drastic reduction in vapor.