It’s been a while ECF! What’s your recent coil of the week?!

Hey guys, just got back from an epic vacation to london, I’ve been getting ECF withdrawals from lack of internet/vaping time :p.

I recently changed up my favorite coil from 1/16th" dual micro-coils to 3/32nd" (which is pretty DARN wide compared to what I’m used to), which has improved flavor but most importantly DENSITY in my recent affair with the asmodus dripper (which I drilled too wide dammit, need to order a clone to drill properly).

OH, and I just got a new camera (galaxy note 3 instead of Iphone lol), and the pics look freakin’ AMAZING. But that’s not important.

My favorite part about the wider diameter is that I can fit a (frankly) ridiculous amount of wick through the coils, while still leaving alot of deck room for <a href="”>juice capacity. Although I’m not sure if this will work for too long, it does take a millisecond longer to overpower the juicy wick and start spewing <a href="”>vapor.

Have you guys ever felt like you’ve reached the epitome of your perfect individual build? I feel like a .08ohm dual 1/16th" center-post in a 26650 setup is about as green as the grass gets for me. BUT, recently discovering the Asmodus gives me hope, because a better designed RDA can always make a difference :D. Also, if you guys haven’t tried G-plat Haywire, it’s changed my vaping life since it came out, it’s not just a novelty wire, it’s quicker than 20ga nichrome! And has just as good of flavor, tons of quick-heating surface area baby!

Here’s my usual favorite, and I think I’m going to swap out for it again tonight, I’ve been vaping this same setup during my entire vacation, the cotton is a little tired, but it’s held up well!

So what’s been y’all’s flavor of the week? Is it the usual, or have you changed it up? Any feedback would be much invited, I recently saw that Rip Trippers probably made center-posts the new fad (which I don’t disagree with lol, I’m guilty.), although he did it wrong :p.

Post what you got RIGHT NOW, GYOOOOOO! :<a href="”>vapor:

Virginia Slim Ultra Light Menthol

I was a 2-3 pack smoker for way too long. Tomorrow is 4 weeks vaping and I feel great. I have found a liquid that satisfies my craving for VSUM. I can only tell you it’s Caroline Blend NOT Carolina and I use 18MG. I have purchased the oil at the <a href="”>vapeHut in Wilmington, NC for years before I completely stopped letting the death stick rule my life. I have no clue who the manufacture is because it doesn’t tell me on the bottle. I have bought other menthol oils from various locations and there is no comparison. I purchase the thumb size 18MG bottle and the cost is $10.99. That bottIe will last for one week. Sorry I can’t provide the exact amount of liquid because one again it is not listed on my bottle. Also tried the BLU menthol from a local gas station and I would have been better off donating the $10 to charity or throwing $10 on the road, horrible.

Does anyone have knowledge about VUSE by RJ Reynold’s?

Trying to Find This Style Flip Top Bottle

I have problems with nerve damage in my hands. Part of why I started <a href="”>diy was because my liquid supplier switched from these to childproof caps that I can’t use at all. I have some plain screw off capped bottles, and they are sort of okay, and I have the needle tip ones with the little slide on cover, and I have problems with those. This flip top style is perfect for me. I can actually use this style one handed, and without dropping/losing the cap.

I haven’t seen this style for sale anywhere, and I’d really love to know where I can get some.

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Mod atty for reo. Parts?

So I see a lot of attys that can be modified for use on the reo. I was just wondering where I might find the parts to do it my self, or are people drilling out their own center pins for this? On like a 454 or most attys the center pin is the positive post with no extra breathing room, so, is there more on the deck that needs to be modified?

No reo yet, just looking into it.

E-cigarette use for quitting smoking is associated with improved success rates

People attempting to quit smoking without professional help are approximately 60% more likely to report succeeding if they use e-cigarettes than if they use willpower alone or over-the-counter nicotine replacement therapies such as patches or gum, finds a large UCL survey of smokers in England.

The results were adjusted for a wide range of factors that might influence success at quitting, including age, nicotine dependence, previous quit attempts, and whether quitting was gradual or abrupt.
The study, published in Addiction, surveyed 5,863 smokers between 2009 and 2014 who had attempted to quit smoking without the aid of prescription medication or professional support. 20% of people trying to quit with the aid of e-cigarettes reported having stopped smoking conventional cigarettes at the time of the survey.
The research, chiefly funded by Cancer Research UK, suggests that e-cigarettes could play a positive role in reducing smoking rates.
“E-cigarettes could substantially improve public health because of their widespread appeal and the huge health gains associated with stopping smoking,” says Professor Robert West of UCL’s Department of Epidemiology & Public Health, senior author of the study. “However, we should also recognize that the strongest evidence remains for use of the NHS stop-smoking services. These almost triple a smoker’s odds of successfully quitting compared with going it alone or relying on over-the-counter products.”
E-cigarettes could substantially improve public health because of their widespread appeal and the huge health gains associated with stopping smoking
Professor Robert West (UCL Epidemiology & Public Health)
Another survey by the same team found that most e-cigarette use involves first generation ‘cigalike’ products rather than second generation ones that use refillable cartridges and a wider choice of nicotine concentrations and flavors. Dr Jamie Brown of UCL’s Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, lead author of both reports, says: “We will continue to monitor success rates in people using e-cigarettes to stop smoking to see whether there are improvements as the devices become more advanced.”
Some e-cigarette users may want to continue using them indefinitely. “It is not clear whether long-term use of e-cigarettes carries health risks but from what is known about the contents of the <a href="”>vapor these will be much less than from smoking,” says Professor West.
“Some public health experts have expressed concern that widespread use of e-cigarettes could ‘re-normalize’ smoking. However, we are tracking this very closely and see no evidence of it. Smoking rates in England are declining, quitting rates are increasing and regular e-cigarette use among never smokers is negligible.”