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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

It's Pumpkin Season!!!

Pumpkin e-Liquid
Pumpkin e-Juice Flavors are Here!!!
Spiced Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin Latte
Pumpkin Cheesecake
Pumpkin Gingerbread
Hot Pumpkin Cider 
Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll

Monday, August 12, 2013

Vaporizer Voltage & Ohms Chart

Here's a handy chart for Vapers using Vaporizer Mods. This little gem will certainly help anyone out who is confused on what voltage to run their atomizer.

Guide to Rebuildable Atomizers!


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Many people have recently heard about the new trend in vaping, and that is rebuildable atomizers aka “rba” or “rda”. What is a rebuildable atomizer? Simply put, it is an atomizer composed of two pieces made of stainless steel or another form of metal, a “deck” or a “base”, and a “top cap”. On the bottom of the deck, there is a native 510 connection, and on top there are generally two posts, a negative post and a positive post. Through these two posts you attach either kanthal or nichrome resistance wire by threading the wire through the holes located on the previously mentioned positive and negative posts. The top cap has an air hole drilled on the side, unlike conventional atomizers having the air hole located on the 510 connection. The top cap is held on by o-rings so that you can adjust the amount of vapor, and throat hit delivered from your coil.

Flavor of the Week!!!

Flavor of the Week!
Dimple e-liquid
9 South Vapes "Dimple" e-Liquid

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Why Won't My Atomizer Fire?

How To Tell if a “DOA” is Really a DOA

D.O.A. - Dead On Arrival 

One of the Most frequent problems / questions we receive is ... "My Atomizer will not Fire and i just purchased it!" or "My Battery will not Fire any Atomizers". This is a common problem for New Vapers and No need to worry this is a very simple fix.... Please Read On! 

Every once in a while we’ll get a customer saying something along the lines of “1 out of every 5 cartomizers doesn’t work”. While manufacturer defects can occur, it has been our experience from testing of our inventory that the DOA rate is very low, at least any order of magnitude its lower than the 5%. So why are these customers having such bad luck with their Cartomizers / Atomizers?

Tanks Cracking???

Why Do Some E-liquids Crack Plastic Tanks?

Cracked-ecig-TankHey everyone! I’m going to be talking about a problem that a lot of advanced ecig users complain about: plastic tanks cracking. If you don’t know what this means, you don’t have to worry about it. I think this post could be interesting to even those who have never experienced the frustration of a cracked tank caused by e-liquid, so please read on – I promise I’ll do my best to explain everything you might not be familiar with.

New Customer Guide

Congratulations on the purchase of your first personal vaporizing system!

-All eGo Style Starter Kits, with the exception of the Vision PCC which has a 3.2 volt battery, come with a 3.7 volt battery. As the battery's life drains, so does the voltage. This will effect the amount of vapor you see and the throat hit you feel. Nothing better than a freshly charged e-cig!

-To power the battery on/off click the button 5 times simultaneously within 3 Seconds until the light flashes. Powering the battery off is not necessary unless it is placed somewhere where the button may be held in (bag, pocket, etc.)

-Batteries should be drained completely before charging. Batteries will indicate charging is needed with a flashing light and no production of vapor. It is important to let the batteries die completely before charging because re-chargeable batteries develop a memory and if not charged properly, may not hold as long of a charge as they should. The light on your charger will go from red to green when your battery is charged. Initial charge should take a full 8 hours.