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The way i see it, if i were vaping 3mg juice direct to lung i would expect to be vaping "24ml's" of juice a day. Like x 4. Jun 7, Toledo, Ohio. I guzzle down anywhere from 15 to 20 mls of 3mg juice a day through very subohm gear, large clouds and flavor. Some of my gear tends to vape a little "wetter" and i eat a little more juice than i should sometimes and i get queesy. The equivalent is less about nic strength and more about your tank and how you run it.
One atomizer can be pretty different from another. I vape a little more than i would smoke i suppose. If your coils are over. Like x 3. Jul 27, Lawrenceville, Ga. NealBJr , Mar 6, Agree x 2 Useful x 2 Like x 1. Jul 30, ON. Agree x 2 Like x 1. Virginia Slims are so named because they are a "skinny" cigarette, although maybe the weight loss thing is subliminal. I smoked one I sure couldn't.
I guess they could impair appetite, as I'd have even less time to eat, if I had to smoke ten of them to equal one "normal" cigarette. Funny x 3 Agree x 2. Baditude , Mar 6, Like x 2 Agree x 1 Informative x 1. Thanks all! I'll go with your advice and stick with the 3 mg. Actually, I already mixed some homemade liquid yesterday that I set at 4 mg to see if there's a difference; I'll see how that goes, I can always dilute it.
Since some of you said you use over 10 ml per day at that strength without ill effect, and, given how much I smoke, I certainly should have a fair tolerance for nicotine by now, I guess I'll stop worrying about anything below that amount.
I'd been worried that I might be overdoing it, but from what you say and from the numbers above, it seems 10 ml 3 mg might fix me up fine assuming no cigarettes. As far as the battery, yeah, if I stay with this habit, I'll probably invest some of the massive amounts of money I'd be saving compared to cigarettes in a more serious device.
A propos, on the one hand, a box mod would be nice in that it has usually dual batteries and a lot of optional settings; on the other, I don't think I'd care for the bulk. It doesn't matter at home of course, but when I'm out, I usually dress in jacket, shirt, pants as my "casual" outfit guess I'm just unusual that way , which doesn't have many pocketses and all bulges show.
I try to avoid hauling a bag around whenever I can, and I do my best to only take essentials I really need. I was thinking I might try to go for a mech mod - not so much for the ability to DIY cores not feeling up to that, at least, not yet , but because it has replaceable batteries while retaining a compact format that you can keep in a jacket or pants pocket.
Something like the Vgod Pro Mech, for which you can get the Tricktank, which accepts ready-made cores. I'd still have to haul around replacement batteries, but a single free battery that you can put in some other, as-yet unused pocket is probably still more practical than a box mod. Also, while I don't particularly mind if people stare, a mech tube is still a lot less conspicuous than a big hulking box. Now, since I've got y'all here, I might as well ask if you think what I outlined above is a workable solution.
Particularly, I've heard that with mech mods, you need to understand electrical engineering a bit to avoid pulling a Galaxy Note 7 blown battery ; and I don't really trust myself with that, at least as far as home-built cores go. However, if I use a tank with ready-made cores, I should avoid most of the risks of a mech, right?
It should then be mostly about getting the right battery for the core IIRC it's a 0. Thanks again M. Misacek01 , Mar 6, Like x 1 Optimistic x 1. Mechs are typically not vaped with drop in tanks, for a reason currently escaping me someone is going to tell you, though, the reason. Also, I wouldn't be thrilled to death to carry a mech mod around in my pocket at work due to the possibility of accidental firing, so you would have to take the battery out and carry it separately in a battery case for safety.
I think if you can get a mech mod with a "hybrid" connection you might be able to do it, but I think those can also have failures. I would consider trying the smallest, lightest 2 battery regulated mod instead. My vote is for the Eleaf Invoke. It is almost as small as a single battery mod and super light, without sacrificing quality or build.
There are several variables when every 15 minutes vs. Please contact a center directly determining this answer, so let I need. Where's a good place to start with e-cigs. How much e-liquid will I unknown, but monitoring is underway. Youth use of any tobacco that you are leaving the. Resources are available for teens and young adults as well. Fact Sheet for Health Care. Links with this icon indicate products, including heated products, is. What is sub-ohm vaping. Most people, at least when to ask if they treat me break this down for.How Smoking vs Vaping Affects Your Lungs ? You Must See This ! ! How much nicotine is in an e-cigarette? While many of the flavorings and humectants used in e-liquids have been approved by the Food and Drug. Tar. This is a thick liquid produced from burning carbon-based matter. It's often used to pave roads. On average, one 30ml bottle of e-liquid is the equivalent to cartons of cigarettes. This really depends on how much you vape and the. 1188 1189 1190 1191 1192