Im buying a back up kit like I mentioned tomorrow. Im also going to try and get more flavors, or at least more of what I like. All of my clearomizers are top coils, Im going to get at least one bottom coil as well.
Since Im going to have 10 clearomizers Im also going to buy a label maker.
My first try with the E-cig was horrible, my second not so much but it was a drip system. Using the tanks or clearomizers is awesome.
I want to get an E-pipe system.
My lungs are clearing, I can breath better, I have a sense of smell, and most importantly I am sleeping better.
I wish I had done this sooner.
I have four and they're all different colors, so I just made a draft in my email detailing what was in what, but if all of yours are the same color, yeah a label maker is a must lol.
Also, beware that if you use chocolate flavor in ANY of them, EVERY juice you put in afterwards will have a chocolate undertaste. Same with menthol.
And if you are crafty (and I know you are) you can buy coil wire and wicks and replace your attys yourself without having to buy new ones. You just need a way to measure the resistance of the coil to make sure it's where you want it. You can also add more wick to get more "smoke" out of the vape. The amount of smoke I get is important to me for some reason, and I can NOT stand a harsh throat hit off an e-cig, even though with my analogs I can.
7 days without a smoke. That is all.
I wish I was was where you're at. I was told to be aware that the first couple of weeks while your lungs are healing up you're going to be hacking up crap and you might think it's from the e-cig, but really it's your lungs clearing out the junk from analogs. It goes away after about two to three weeks. After three weeks on an e-cig my bro in law doesn't have a smokers cough anymore, he doesn't have a clogged throat in the morning and he feels WAY better when he wakes up.
Way to go though!!!
What juices are you liking the best? What setup are you thinking about getting/ or have? I want to get a battery with variable voltage too. I prefer my attys at 1.8 resistance, the 2.3 or 2.4 give me a harsher hit for some reason, and the other post I made about the harsh hit was the atty in the disposable clearomizer I was using was dead. I upgraded to a similar one, but with a replaceable atty. I've saved all my dead attys for the day I can get a battery that will measure the voltage/resistance and get the coil wire and wick to replace them.
There's also a CRAP LOAD of youtube videos on how to clean replaceable attys so they last longer.
Both of my batteries are EVODs and all my tanks are Kanger or EVOD tanks. I like that the shop I buy from whatever tank/clearomizer I buy fits every single battery they sell which is cool, and they always have great recommendations for new flavors to try or suggestions for helping cut off analogs.
I went up to 24mgs of nic, but it was way to harsh for me, so I cut back down to 17/18mgs of nic and that helps much better. I'm considering getting a 24mg of a flavor I like and then like a 14 or 16 no flavor nic to mix so that I get that flavor but at a nic level I can handle.
It's definitely trial and error. My worst moments for smoking analogs are after class or during my five hour class on breaks, as well as driving. If I could kick the analogs while driving I think kicking it on my class breaks would be easier. Any tips?