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Finding the right amount of nicotine is very important for a successful vaping experience and the FDA’s Deeming Regulations prevent a lot of what we are allowed to say as far as recommendations and digging in to what you need on an individual basis.
What we can tell you is that the typical new vaper starts around 6mg with the type of devices that we sell, and then typically drops down to 3mg after the first couple of weeks.
What nicotine levels you choose depends on your need, but also take into consideration on the device you are using. In the past, using 18mg, 24mg, and even 32mg was common because the vaporizors available did not deliver the nicotine as efficiently as the newer ones do.
Be aware that if you decide to shop elsewhere, this advice may not apply because there are a lot of shops still selling older style, outdated devices.
We made the decision to not make tobacco and menthol flavors. There are several reasons why we feel that this is the right choice for our company.
One reason is that you cannot perfectly replicate the taste of burning tobacco. While there are many tobacco flavors out there, we don't think that they taste like the real thing. And honestly, with all the great flavors available, we think you'll find one you love!
Vaping is supposed to taste good, not like burnt tobacco. You don't get to thoroughly enjoy the many flavors of vaping if you are using a tobacco flavor.
Max VG is not a precise measurement of the amount of VG (vegetable glycerin) in your e-liquids. It also does not mean that PG (propylene glycol) is not present in your e-liquid. This is because most flavor concentrates are made using PG. Each of our blends has the optimal amount of food grade flavoring, VG, and PG for that flavor. Most of ours are around 80- 90% VG. Even our nicotine is a VG base.
All of the mods we carry have 510 connections. So, as long as your tank or RDA has a standard 510 connection, it will work with every mod we carry.
Coils are a tobacco product under the FDA's Regulations, so we can no longer make coils without registering them and submitting a PMTA on each variation. Due to the financial burden of the PMTA process, this is not an option that we will be pursuing. However, we do carry factory pre-built coils that you can put in your RDA or RTA.
Married batteries are batteries that were bought new together, charged together, discharged (used) together, and recharged together- exclusively and always together so long as they both shall live.
It's a good idea to name them and label them with names that go together. For example: Fred and Wilma, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Sid and Nancy, etc.
As vaping has grown, we have demanded more from our mods. More power, specifically. We can only do so much with one battery, which is why dual battery mods came to be. However, if one of your batteries is old and not performing as well as the other, the healthy battery will start pulling the load from the weak, worn battery. This leads to catastrophic battery failure.
To avoid malfunction of your battery, it is safest to run married batteries that were new together, charged and discharged together always and forever, to avoid the situation described above.
Polyamory is perfectly acceptable in the battery world. No judgement here! Just make sure you have a charger that they all fit in at the same time! You can NOT mix two sets of dual batteries together. A good rule of thumb is to buy a new set of batteries whenever you buy a new mod.
Divorce is also quite common in the battery world. They go their separate ways. Time to rename them and let them move on to single battery mods.