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ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium
This puff is made by cottons which use the cotton grown in the farmlandBleaching processing is not carried out but it is the tone of unprocessed cotton as it is.Which is not using agricultural chemicals and a chemical fertilizer.
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278 Reddit comments about ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium:

u/GoldenGonzo · 29 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

For anyone not in the know, 200 organic Japanese, non-bleached cotton pads, $6.15 from Amazon.

Yes, 200 pads for 6 bucks. I've been using this exact brand for the last two months and the cotton is great.

u/Virus11010 · 12 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Study ohm's law and battery safety. If used improperly, mech mods can become a pipebomb.

That being said, here's a list of stuff you should get.

u/ravendarksky · 11 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/KJax1776 · 11 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

This I bought it like two years ago and it's still basically full.

u/Mickayy · 9 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Love these

Damn near lifetime supply, and they have been better than rayon for me.

u/turnermier1021 · 9 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Vape shop employee told me he worked for wicknvape which makes cotton bacon and they literally take these ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium

And the tear off both sides and package it...

You can do the same thing just remove the flat sides

u/demiklown · 8 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium
Not prime, sorry

u/Lynda73 · 8 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Looks like you picked up a referral link somewhere along the way. Here's the product you linked to without the referral:

u/Armri · 7 pointsr/ecr_eu

Here for you, all hail to the cotton lord savior.

u/Kumulonimbus · 7 pointsr/ecr_eu

I hope you're 18 or otherwise I'm going to report you to the authorities.

u/DoucheAsaurus_ · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Fused clapton wicked with Japanese cotton.

As for cheap flavor geared rdas, the Lancia the hobo and the Veritas are all very good.

u/eim1213 · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

You certainly are a smart shopper! It's good to know what you want, but sometimes it narrows down your search. That said, I think your options are thus:

| Siegeli| iPV3| Cloupor T8
Price| $99.99| $139.99| $139.99
Wattage| 100w | 150w| 150w
Dual Batt.| Yes| Yes| Yes
Magnet Back| Yes| No| Yes?
O-B Charger| No| Yes| Yes?
Flush 510| Yes| Yes| Yes
Silver Option| Yes| Yes| Yes
Black Option| Yes| Yes| Yes

Personally, I would go for the Siegeli. There's an option for an extra magnet back in place of screws that you can get here.

Aside from that, you're going to need:

  1. Batteries: I recommend the Samsung 25-R. It can be found as an authentic quite easily and for a decent price, whilst maintaining specs comparable to VTC5s. Alternatively, I've also heard good stuff about the LG HE2, although it seems the 25-R has the edge.
  2. Wire: I recommend heading over to ebay and buying some TEMCO brand kanthal in 24ga, 26ga, and possibly 28ga. You can usually get around 100 feet of each for around 6 bucks.
  3. Wick: This is definitely a personal preference. I prefer using Japanese cotton pads, but many people stick with plain old organic cotton balls or rayon. You can find Japanese cotton pads on amazon. Otherwise, you can find organic cotton balls at your local CVS. You can also get a lifetime supply of Rayon for around $12 I believe, but I can't recall where. If you search /r/ecr a bit you'll find it.
  4. Ohm-meter: A fairly important part of your setup, much more so for mechanical mods, but still good to have. You can find one for around $10 on Fasttech.
u/deewon · 6 pointsr/Vaping

link for the lazy

u/GobbleThisObelisk · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

So they take Japanese cotton that they get for <$9/200pc, put 5(?) of them it in a ziplock bag, stick an ignorant ass sticker of a Chinese stereotype on it, and charge what for it exactly?

This raised my ire. Not only is it stupid, it's also a ripoff. The vaping community really swizzles my dizzles sometimes.

u/peniscurve · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I started learning by watching youtube videos. You can watch Rip Trippers, VapnFagan, or GrimmGreen(I like this one the most). There are a ton of videos out there, and if you have a vaping channel you watch on Youtube, I bet that they have a video for it.

I would also suggest buying a kit to get started, if you don't have screwdrivers, wire cutters, scissors, and etc, then get something like this if you want to get it all in one go. Otherwise, you can buy it all piece by piece. I would suggest 26 gauge Kanthal to start out. - This is the best site to use for helping you select your build, put in the ohms that you want under the target resistance, select the number of coils(single, dual, triple, and so on), and pick the gauge of your wire under the diameter of wire. In the middle, you will see it says 'inner diameter of coil' that is where you pick the size of the rod, or screwdriver you are wrapping around. If you bought that vape toolkit, I almost always use 2.5mm as my inner diameter. After that, just follow what was shown in the video, cut about a foot of wire, maybe a little more, and start building.

Just remember, you are going to mess up, but so long as you are safe(use that ohm reader), and don't build something stupid low, you should be fine. I assume you are using a regulated mod of some sort, but you still need to check the coils on your ohm reader. If you have any more questions, hit me up.

Also, here is a cheaper toolkit, you will just need to buy wire as well:


Also, you will need cotton:

That puffs cotton, has lasted me for over a year, and is going near two years.

u/PressPlayVape · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I don't know, I mean, you can get high quality Japanese organic cotton for so cheap, not sure I'd risk it.

Or if you want to get fancy:

Either of those packs could easily last you a year or longer for $10 or less. I have been using the Puffs for a long time now and I think it's great cotton, I have some of the Ken Do because people swear by it, but I can't tell the difference honestly.

u/SkepticSloth · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Throwing my two cents in - Japanese cotton is significantly better than cheap cotton balls.

You can get several years of J cotton for $6 on Amazon:

u/go_green_machine · 6 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Here you go.

u/Passan · 5 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

$8 shipped. Ordered some in November. I change my wicks up to two times a day and gave given a few pads away. I am not past the green line at the top of the package.

Great stuff. My organic cotton balls have taken a back seat to this. Much easier to work with, and it wicks great.

Edit: It ships from Japan but it got to me in the US very quickly. Faster than some other things I ordered that shipped from the US.

u/TJSharrock · 5 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

This cotton is great and $7.39 for a nicely sized bag.

u/FoxxyRin · 5 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Puff Organic Cotton seems to be the standard for almost everyone I know. Cotton Bacon and other cotton "specifically for vaping" have all seemed to be a massive waste of money in my experience. Learn how to properly wick and organic cotton pads are the cheapest and best way to go.

u/btolle89 · 5 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I got ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium because of the price, and it works great. its organic japanese cotton pads. i dont have much to compare it against though.

u/ImAghostGoon · 5 pointsr/Cloud_Chasers
u/shakydog · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Don't waste your time with any of that "made for vaping" cotton crap!

Bought two of these babies when a buddy and I started vaping and we haven't even made a dent in our supply, I'm convinced some B&Ms and vendors probably just throw a couple sheets of this stuff in their "premium cotton" baggies.

u/StillMixin · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Building is super easy especially with a coil master it's very simple to learn and also saves money in the long run! This was where I got my coil master. Along with the wire as well as this cotton . Best cotton ive ever used and will last me at least a year and a half. I got it in January and I rewick often and have only used probably 1/10 of that bag. Also Steam Engine has been recommended to help with knowing the ins and outs of ohms. But I personally have done it enough to know what build does what without using this site much. Hope I could help!

u/saulteen · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Well, that's easy! Just need some cash and I will guide you to the rest. Okay, istick30-
that will replace your evod. Also, if you don't want to mess with an atomizer go with but a solid vape-

Okay, if you are currently rocking an evod...I will make the assumption that you would be new to rebuilding(which is making the coils, instead of buying prebuilt ones...not meaning to over explain but if you are new, I just want to inform you).
You will need to watch some videos on how to build coils- (also a solid review of the Taifun GT2)
Then you need to purchase the Taifun GT2-

You will also need 28 gauge kanthal A1-

And I suggest japanese cotton-

And if you are going this far, get the best juice-

So search youtube for Taifun builds-

Then replicate-
And if you need some help- let me know and I will build some coils and send them to you pre-wicked...but I would suggest just going for it...tweezers...scissors...drill bit around 1/8in or just get a shitty set and you are good.
Remember- idiots build coils all the time...

u/Slippery_Molasses · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I use these organic Japanese cotton pads. Perfect price & the flavor is clean. I find one pad can make 4 wicks for 3mm coils.

I bought 2 packs 2 years ago & am only half way through 1 bag!

u/xx2000xx · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette - -

In that order because you never want to cut corners on nicotine ever. Everybody talks about the pepper taste but I've never had that because I went through those three. Nudenicotine actually will give you a free 15ml sample with $2 shpping.

With PG/VG they are 99% all the same so don't get trapped into any gimmicks or anything. Just get the Essential Depot's PG/VG from Amazon which is around $10 for a quart.

While you're there you might as well pick up some cotton which like PG/VG don't fall into all the BS because it's all pretty much the same. Get:

If you don't have Prime and need something to get the free shipping you might as well pick up the scale now: -- Those 4 are what the majority of us use by a mile. Just pick up some pipettes and bottles and you are actually pretty much 100% set for DIY, it's that easy. By the time an average person rolls their coil and wicks their tank I could bust out a gallon or 3 of e-juice. - - - You're all set now.

I've been DIY for a year now and still have 1/4th of the VG and 3/4th of the PG left doing around a 65/35 VG/PG mix. The cotton is a different story however, that bag honestly will last about 7 years which is conservative and 10+ wouldn't shock me. It was probably my best purchace ever and it's so nice to never have to worry about cotton again so I can focus that energy on buying way way too many vaping hardware and supplies. My pantry is pretty much dedicated to vaping and I have to admit that I'm an addict.

It's a fun hobby coming from a background where I was building 386's as a kid so it's up my alley and it saved my life. I don't care care about the death part but more of my lungs hurting when I wake up, had no energy and killed any cardio to the point of running up stairs was an issue. The worst is the smell though, especially if you haven't been around it for a while. I let somebody smoke two in my apartment a few weeks ago in the open and not out the window. My F'N GOD, for the next 3 days I was spaying so much shit, washing every damn thing that was washable, to even scrubbing my walls because I couldn't even sleep waking up in the middle of the night with that distinct sweet horrible smell that lingers like crazy.

How they are legal compared to other things that actually will improve your health to the point where it will actually shrink cancer tumors in THC/CBD. Dextromethorphan and Ketamine which is the only thing known that helps with my rare intolerable disease. Tryptamine drugs like DMT that would instantly reshape how society thinks and acts being the best method for us to grow as a species which could take tens of thousands of years still and it should be our #1 goal in life to get the ball running in our little Century.

u/darksun773 · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

If you want to get into squonking, just know that there is more of an upfront cost involved. You can always go cheap, like with the Pico Squeeze and Kangertech Dripbox but those are not the greatest. I would recommend the HCigar Inbox. It is a 75w DNA device that uses a single 18650. Stick with regulated mods for now. For attys I'd recommend going with the Wasp Nano. For the price its great, squonk compatible and it is single coil so it's great to learn on to build with.

  • HCigar Inbox - $68

  • Wasp Nano - $12

  • 2x Sony VTC5A - $7 per. The VTC5A is my personal choice as it is a very good for high wattage and mechanical mods. If you want a touch more batter life go with the Samsung 30Q

  • LUC 2 bay Charger - $20 I'd reccomend the LUC over nictecore because they can charge the batteries faster. There is also a single bay charger but the dual bay is nice for when you may get a dual 18650 mod in the future. Your choice.

  • Any pre-built wire from Advanced Vape Supply - $12-15. Would recommend regular clapton SS316L wire. SS316L is great as it heats up faster than A1 or Ni80 so it doesn't require as much power. Plus I think it brings more flavor to the table.

  • Puffs Organic Cotton - $5 and it will last you well over a year

    TOTAL: about $132 before shipping

    Note: stay away from the predator, alien, and gen 3 RX!! There are POS.
u/Madmikeyb83 · 4 pointsr/ecr_eu

I asked a similar question recently. Some of the info I received was:

Wire - (26g Kanthal seems to be the best place to start)

Cotton -

I think RDA wise (particularly on a budget) I'd heade to and look at some velocity clones or something like the Wotofo Sapor or freakshow. They seem to be relatively well liked - and cheap!

The wiki that /u/Dumbgecko mentions above is invaluable - lots and lots and lots of very, very, very useful information.

u/bernjc3 · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

You'll get it eventually. Every RTA has it's little nuances that you have to figure out. Cotton is cheap on Amazon for a ridiculous amount of it and you can clean your coils easily by dry burning them. Just keep re-wicking it until you get it right.

u/blksprk · 3 pointsr/ecigclassifieds

Amazon is your friend.

100' 28g Kanthal $6 (I use 26g on my subtank, but 28 works too. This is just the first one that showed up)

More Japanese cotton than you will know what to do with $8

Angle cutters, not needed but it makes getting a clean cut very easy $5

Precision screw driver set, also not needed but handy for both the fact that they are in fact screw drivers and that you can use the slotted ones for wrap coils with a consistent and known inner diameter. $8 (you can get this for a lot less at Walmart, Lowes, harbor freight... Etc)

So a little over $25 shipped and you will not need kanthal or cotton for a very long time.

u/cheech_sp · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

My RDA suggestion for easy builds:
Tobeco Velocity RDA - $18
Kuro Koiler (I use 3mm) - $7
Clapton Wire (26AWG + 32AWG kanthal) - $9
Puff Japanese Organic Cotton - $6

u/Obliviousobi · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

This is what many users get/use. I got the MUJI cotton last time because I would have had to wait on the other to get in stock, but I was going out of town and couldn't wait.

u/strike__anywhere · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

you have to make sure they aren't treated with anything. get these ones instead:

u/boxsterguy · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I've used both as well, and agree the taste is the same. But at least for me, the japanese cotton was more convenient as it's easier to portion out and keep the fibers aligned correctly so I use that. But not expensive ko gen doh or whatever. I use this, and I expect that bag to last a very, very long time.

u/Arranzu · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Seconding what /u/OhVictoria said, japanese cotton is the bees knees. Don't feel stressed to get Koh Gen Doh though, found this brand that's just as amazing for half the price and about double the amount.

u/Bobby_Ooo · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I use these! Comes with 200 pads.

Labo Organic Puff

u/grrrkgrrrl · 3 pointsr/ecr_eu
u/chakravanti93 · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Lol. The reason to use organic cotton is because of bleach. Whatever. Tastes like sock too.

This is what you want:

u/friedchickenwaffles · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Haha its all good man. Cotton is cheap, buy a big bag it'll last you a lifetime.

u/graylightning · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

No, but this is what I use and highly recommend.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/st0rmyc · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I always build with 26g kanthal, I use about 1/3 width of one of those square pads of cotton. I peel off the top and bottom layer of the pad, fluff it out a bit, roll it up and twist it into the coil.

For the coil, I've been building a twisted coil at 3mm ID about 6 wraps. Depending on how much I twisted, it usually measures out between .5 and .7 ohms (my current coil is sitting at .60 ohms).

Can't say I've never had a dry fire, but they happen so rarely I never think about it (I'd say probably when I've gone far too long without rebuilding/rewicking)

u/Des88 · 3 pointsr/ecr_eu

I don't own an Aromamizer so not sure what works best. Even if I did you could prefer something else so it's just trial and error really!

I would recommend a roll of 24 gauge (0.51mm) Kanthal A1 and something a bit thinner, I like 28 (0.32mm) because it's still easy to work with. You would use the 24 for lower ohm builds (example) and the 28 for slightly higher (example) builds. Also notice how the heat flux changes with the different wires on that page.

For cotton this is still what I would recommend. I personally don't believe the $20/sheet prepackaged vaping cotton adds much to the experience at all but ymmv. Another option is cellucotton or Rayon but I've never used it.

Here's a wicking guide for the aromamizer and a good way to 'make' your wick.

Some tools that everyone should have: kuro koiler style tool and a thing to poke with.

Just remember that with dual builds (the aromamizer can't do single coil I think?) both coils have to be identical.
There's no real best setting or build for anything, it's all about what you prefer so just get building and figure it out as you go.

Oh and watch a bunch of coil building videos on youtube if you haven't yet. Figure out how to avoid hot spots by dry burning and pinching them and all that.

If you still have the subox for a few more days maybe have a go at the rebuildable head that came with the kit.

u/Pravus_Belua · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Here's another link for it:

Shipping on this one is not free ($2.99), but it ships from California. Can get it much faster if you need to. Their storefront also has a two-pack option for around $10 plus same shipping as the $5 pack.

My roommate and I order the two-pack and split it. We both really enjoy this one, and with 200 pieces per bag it'll last us quite a long, long, time.

u/PineConePopeye · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Cotton Labo from amazon is what I have been using lately.

u/phroztbyt3 · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/Hugh_Jass_Clouds · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I will weigh in on this. I use RTAs almost exclusively. I do also use 2 RDAs on squonk mods, and 1 sub ohm tank. I use the sub ohm tank at work becuase it is cheap and discreet in its vapor production. As for time it takes to rebuild a RDA or RTA? I can do most anything with dual coils in about 20 minutes without cleaning it for a flavor change. Rewickling can take about 5 minutes. I also tend to have my rebuild stuff at the ready though. Until you get the practice in to rebuild it will take you longer, but I also tend to rebuild while I am catching up on TV shows or just before bed. If you are still interested in rebuilding continue reading below.

For the beginner RDA user I would suggest starting with some cotton pads, and wire from Lightning Vapes (can't link to them because reddit is dumb at times). Other things you will need are some micro screwdrivers, and or a coiling jig for building coils on. Start with a gauge of wire around 28 or 26 ish.

For a beginner tank I would say get a Pharaoh or Pharaoh Mini from DigiFlavor. Both are easy to build and wick with a single coil. No messing with dual coils on these, and you can go from near mouth to lung to Cloudchaser if you want.

For an even easier, but not a tank, option would be the Mesh Pro by DigiFlavor paired with some mesh wire from Lightning Vapes. I use the ss 316L 0.37 ohm per foot mesh with it and end up at about .1 ohms. Go higher if you want, but this thing is a flavor beast, and I have no idea why more people don't recommend it. I can rebuild it in about 5 to 10 minutes depending on level of distractions I get.

The last resource I would tell you to use is steam-engine for making coils. You can go from as basic as a single wire spaced to crazy dumb build that can take hours to make with that site. It also includes 5 other calculators that may or may not pique your interest.

If you have any questions about any of what you just read just ask here or pm me. I suspect you will as I dumbed this down to the absolute basics to give you a frame work to go off of.

(P.S. I do not endorce, or even like Rip Trippers. I actually loathe him for the most part. The only thing he ever got right were the 2 RTAs I recommend you, but I think DigiFlavor had more to do with the design than Rip will ever admit.)

u/davo_nz · 3 pointsr/vaporents

The Tip can be replaced with the Titanium tip. that is it.

You can vape hash, just need to buy some organic (Japanese?) cotton or some degummed hemp to put below your hash so it doesn't drip or melt down into condenser.

Only the top of the M and the Cap get hot, but they cool down extremely fast (especially the Cap), and after a few mins you can easily get the cap off with your fingers.

It is definitely worth a purchase imo. Is very efficient and easy to use. Just love mine.

u/thetafour · 3 pointsr/RBA

this is what i use.

Does the job, super cheap and loads of it. Shipping might take a while, but im very happy with it.

u/treelets · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

If you're like me and nowhere near any stores, I like Muji 4-Layer Cotton, $6.80 for 60 pcs; and Daisan 5-Layer Cotton, $7.61 for 80 pcs. If I need smaller puffs I use Cotton Labo, $9 for 200 pcs. As I understand it though, the Shiseido ones are well worth the expense.

u/thezlog · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I only do vertical coils in my Kayfun, and life has gotten a lot easier since I got this:

You cut a strip off, peel that apart so it's the right thickness, and slap it together. Easy mode and this stuff wicks very fast. Max VG gets sucked right up, it doesn't bead on it, nor does it need to be massaged in like I had to do with cotton balls.

The strip:

All right!

You can go all the way around with one piece like I did here, or for lower ohms that need extra fast wicking with a bit more of a buffer you can do two strips in a 'C' shape where both ends of one strip are in one well and the other strip's ends are in the other well.

u/DJXiej · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Longest lasting vs price? For the sheer amount and what seems like a never ending supply: Labo Puffs Medium Organic Japanese Cotton Pads for less than $7

u/Lasgar · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Overall looks fine and fair prices.

I would skip the cotton bacon and just get

I'm still on my first pack from years ago. It is a widely known and used cotton by tons of vapers and the price can't be beat.

The battery, we recommend you only buy your batteries from one of the trusted sources just due to so many counterfeits being out there. This is either illumn, li-ion wholesale, or imrbatteries. The Sony VTC6 is a good choice though. Even if you end up spending a few more dollars total, your safety is not the area you want to skimp on.

u/redmeansdistortion · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I use this cotton. I've been on the same bag a little over 2 years. I've given plenty to friends and family for both vaping and other purposes and still have about 1/4 bag left.

u/northwest_juice · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Well I buy them on Amazon. $5 per 200. That's 2.5 cents per sheet. They are charging 200 cents per sheet. That's 80* the purchase price. Or 8000% markup. And here they are: ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium

u/TheILupo · 3 pointsr/ECR_UK

Hey man, here's what I use and the pretty basic needs:

get yourself a coil building kit, makes things much easier: Here

That will give you all the tools needed as well as some kanthal wire.

I suggest purchasing more wire though, gives you the freedom to find your favourite gauge: [Here] (

You will also want some cotton, [this] ( stuff is the bees knees but takes forever to deliver from japan. So pick up some cotton in the mean time, I like [this] (

Then all you will need is your juice!

u/fridge13 · 3 pointsr/ECR_UK

sure fused Claptons are great! but thats gonna ohm out very low in dule coil, 0.3ohm to 0.2 mabey lower, can your mod/battery handle that? if the answer to that is im not sure... dont do it!!! first go read more about ohms law and battery's . i dont want you blowing your mod up ;)

ok time for many links


hook nose/needle nose tweasers for wicking

ceramic tweezers for coils

more ceramic tweezers these ones come with a coil jig!

wire cutters you need to get flush cutters so you can trim as close to the deck as posible

coil jig

alternatively you can go for a tool kit with everything in this one is legit good and even comes with some wire and cotton, the other cheaper versions like the ones i own are knock off's of this one and while usable are just not as good.


ok so your all jazzed on fused claptons but as its your first builds that may not be wise so here are some options, remember the lower the number the bigger the wire and therefore the lower the ohm.

kanthal 24g plain kanthal nice thick gauge good for beginners!

clapton 26g thin higher ohm clapton

clapton 24g thicker lower ohm clapton

fused clapton 2x24g big huge super low ohm fused Clapton, looks kinda funky but thats just how premade fused comes, i usually spin mine in a drill with pliers to take the twist out and make it easier to wrap.

staple wire incorectly labeled as alien this is staple/faltpton wire also super low ohm, its stacked ribbon wire with a Clapton around it


fast cotton

cheap cotton

ok so theese are the same cotton almost exactly the difference being the fast option will get to you sooner, the cheap option is a huge bulk amount for a vastly reduced price but it will take a while to get to you like maybe a few weeks.

once you've got all that shit together its time to coil n wick.

coiling is easy so i wont cover that.
wicks can be a little tricky

  1. take a cotton pad and cut a 4-6mm wide strip following the groove in the cotton,

    its important to have enough cotton to be snug in the coils ( to help it stop burning and wick enough juice otherwise dry hits)

    but not enough to jam up the wicking holes in the deck stoping the juice flowing up and giving you dry hits ... its a fine line

  2. remove the top and bottom lair

  3. roll it into a tube between your fingers

  4. pinch the end and roll into a point then insert it into your coils

  5. trim the ends

  6. prime the wicks and coils with some juice

  7. push them down into the wick holes

    jobs done vape on!

    hope this was helpful if you have any other questions go nuts

    i actually really enjoyed this youve kept me sane through a very long shift at work ;)
u/Nimbus_Cl0ud · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

wire cutters, ceramic tip tweezers, pointed-curved needle tweezers (helps with cotton), cotton, wire (round or clapton), Coilmaster jig (not needed but incredibly handy), and cotton cutting scissors.Just to help you out even further ill link to specific items that are of quality and are cheap.

Wire cutters: (3$)

ceramic tip tweezers for squeezing coils: (3$)

needle tweezers : (1.50$)

cotton (puffs, labo): (6.50$ for like 200 sheets or something)

coilmaster jig: (7.50$)

alternatively you can spin your own coils with this jig: (2$)

cotton cutting scissors : (1.50$)

wire-cutters: (3$)

pliers: (3.50$)

Remember when ordering from fasttech either use e-packet or DHL unless you want to have to wait like a year to get your stuff lol. You can also get wire from fasttech however I would Strongly suggest getting all your wires from Lightning Vapes, they have very high quality stuff for cheap also their premade 26x2/36 fused clapton spools are phenomenal. Hope this all helps sure you can just buy a builders kit but know you will be paying about 15x the amount you would if you just bought them separately however it is definitely really convenient

u/Andowsdan · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Yep, there is also the Puff brand cotton, if you cant get the MUJI in France for some reason. Basically, just make sure you have Japanese Organic Cotton. Also, watch videos on the Scottish Roll wicking technique. Such a beautiful way to wick.

u/Min3CraftDud3 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I got:
Seller: Tokyo Japanese Outlet

Got it in 3 days (Not Amazon Prime Avaliable)

But yeah great cotton, gonna last me a while.

u/CannibalAngel · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Thanks! I would have never though to look on Amazon!

Would this be good cotton to wick with?

u/UncircumcisedWookiee · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/wbgraphic · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Replacing the cotton wick in the atomizer head.

Most of the time, you're replacing the entire $2 atomizer head when all that's wrong with it is the cotton has gotten dirty or burnt. With the CLR coils (which is really the atomizer head, and contains the coil), you can easily replace the wick with fresh cotton at a fraction of the cost of an entire head. It's a very simple process, and takes just a few minutes at most. (FYI: This is pretty much a lifetime supply of cotton.)

Another advantage is that you can build your own coils if you like. A single CLR head could easily last over a year with frequent re-wicking and occasional rebuilding of the coil.

u/Fudge_Wrapper · 2 pointsr/ECR_UK

For wire i usually go to and for cotton i bought this awhile back... delivery took awhile but worth the wait

u/TogiraIkonoka0618 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I have always gone with this. I have always had good luck with it. Nice and fluffy especially if you use the Scottish roll method. Pretty low break in period too

u/AnTi90d · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

$6.40 and free shipping for several years worth of cotton pads.

Other places have it a dollar or so cheaper, but they ship from Japan and it takes about a month to get it. IDK where the seller I linked is from, but their shipping estimates lead me to assume it's in California.

u/kaerwyn · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I get wire from and cotton from Amazon. There is a brand a lot of people recommend, I don't recall what it was, but the one I got is

u/CharlesPDX · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I bought this stuff on Amazon and it works great. So much cotton.

u/arken21 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

is anyone using

Do you use the first layer?(the tougher outer layer)

u/MechanicusAnimus · 2 pointsr/VapePorn

This stuff. I'm really happy with it so far. I got the Vulcan a couple months back and I've used maybe 4 or 5 pieces so far, and that includes ones I've wasted on coils that I didn't like or changed out after a day or two for whatever reason. I use a little more than half a piece per dual coil setup and it works great.

u/zombiemann · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

These are perfect

Pbusardo has a video on his youtube channel testing various wick materials, and the JC had the best performance.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Get a kit similar to this : Coil building kit

Buy cotton similar to this, that's about a lifetimes worth.

Buy a roll of kanthal a1.

Use this calculator to figure out your coil design, I.E what ohm range you want.

Tanks last years if taken care of, 100 feet of kanthal is ten bucks and will make more than one hundred coils. With the cost of a building kit and cotton for six lifetimes you're looking at about 35 bucks USD

Watch a few tutorials on making coils by the big youtubers, it's extremely simple. I don't have enough experience to recommend a tank, but I recently received a Vapefly Galaxies RDTA and I love it. Lots of airflow options, easy to build.

Most people are picky as fuck, regarding your comment on youtube videos. Partly it's due to how customizable vaping is, partly it's due to they have to fill x amount of time talking about a product that is more or less the same as the other 500 they've reviewed. Don't worry about the best, worry about what works for you.

u/twiztidhatchet · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

That's what I use. If you order it use prime if you have it only takes a couple of days as it ship from the US if you don't it ships from Japan and takes two to three weeks

u/3Five9s · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Return it and get these instead.

Way better value. And work just as well.

And yes, they really do ship from Japan.

u/SerialVapist420 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I noticed you using a specific cotton from amazon, but I found this gives you a larger amount of cotton per square cm with this, and it is cheaper also.

u/firelion · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

buy this pack and look for the wire separately. the pack of cotton I linked will last you a life time where the one in that pack you linked will last you maybe 2 or 3 weeks.

u/dbp512 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I'm not sure, since my B&M doesn't carry any cotton (at least none on display). Its this stuff and I really like it. I haven't used anything else to compare it to, but it works very well and doesn't have any odd flavors.

u/teke367 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

What kind were you looking for, there's Puffs, which seems to work fine for most folks.

u/Bayart · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

If you boil it, it'll work. But usually cotton balls aren't the best at wicking because the fibres are mangled, whereas they're aligned and straight in Japanese cotton sheets.

You might want to order that some day :

It'll save you money.

u/Ghost_from_the_past · 2 pointsr/Vaping

I heard good stuff about it and got some while waiting for my stuff from japan to come. Might just be my tastebuds but once I tried the pads I was blown away. The bacon always tasted slightly of some kind of cleaning fluid to me at least.

This is the cotton I got. And It's a big, big bag. I think there's even cheaper ones out there too. Delivery took forever though so you'd need some cotton to tide you over.

Hah !I have a small mouth apparently so I feel like I look stupid sucking on an 810 but I just couldn't get used to the 510 for some reason.

u/mitchrubin09 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Safe? Yes. Ideal? No. Btw we all vape on cotton here...wtvr the brand is. I found with drug store organic cotton is always popped and was shit but it's "safe." Just get some puff pads or muji. these are my favourite pads. I use Kendo now but as far as pads go these are my favourite.

u/tinytankzz · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Those make the actual coil twisting super easy.

As for cotton

Is a lifetime supply of the good shit.

As for going through a 15ml every few days. I started ordering big bottles from guys off this list.

I have some plume juice right now and it is really good. Plus it is on sale so if your interested you can get a sweet price.

Still look and read more but, I hope this helps.

u/Valfyre · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

A Tobeco Velocity clone or Sapor would be good starter RDAs. Both can be had very cheap, and are simple to build on. Both also have nice performance. For a "starter kit" I recommend picking up some kanthal from Lightning Vapes, and a kit like this. Edit: also cotton of course

u/boomincali · 2 pointsr/Vaping101

When I first started out with building my own coils, I used this site to help me with what build I needed.

If you're using a tank, I'd suggest building at around 1.0-.5 ohms.

Here's a video on how to build coils. - Nice place to buy your kanthal from. I've been vaping this wire for years now. A spool of a 100 feet would last you just as long. They also sell tools in the site like wire cutters, pliers, screw driver sets and tweezers. Even if you already have those laying around the house somewhere, I would buy a set just for your vape equipment to keep them clean and free from dirt and oil. - If you want to get into the temp control world, I recommend stainless steel wire since it's a bit easier to build with as opposed to ni200 (nickel) and cheaper than titanium. - I bought this bag last April. My gf took half of it for makeup removal purposes and left the half for me to use for vaping. I'm still working on that half. It's a lot of cotton for close to $5.

If you have any questions, just send me a PM.

Edit: Also, I recommend you buy a 4-bay charger for your batteries. Even though it has an onboard battery charger, even the manufacturer recommends you use a separate charger. And marry those three batteries. Meaning charge them together and use them together. Never separate the three.

u/Templetam · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/tuseday · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

This video will show how to build coils. My first coil i build came out perfect. Coils can last for a long time if you dry burn the coil when you rewick.

All you really need is a 2mm screw driver set from the dollar store, ORGANIC Cotton, & some kanthal.

u/spoilerhead · 2 pointsr/ecr_eu

I bought this one:

Shipping (from japan) takes ages, but price and quality is decent.

u/returnofjake · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Amazon is always good in regards to the cotton and wire. You can pick up the coilers cheap on fasttech. For the rda, eciggity probably has what you're looking for. And for a lot of cheap juice with VG options I'd suggest VapeWild. Out of all of those, you'll only pay shipping at eciggity.

u/krazykitties · 2 pointsr/ECR_Plus

$250 is way too much for what you listed, you can get way cheaper than that. Keep in mind you really don't NEED 100W to use an RDA. My homemade DNA30 is great for a cool vape on something with a bit more restricted airflow than the Mutation, but that will still work just fine. I would stick with your current Sigelei 30W until you know for sure you want to upgrade, because that is going to cost you the single most amount of money.

If you want the mutation x v2, grab it here for $30, its worth getting this one authentic and not a clone because its so cheap to begin with and most clones do not have the wide bore drip tip.

Japanese Cotton is what I usually use.

For the rest of your gear, Lightning Vapes has a good selection of well priced rebuilding supplies:

Ohm Meter $14.75

I recommend Ceramic Tweezers $12.95

I mostly use 28ga Kanthal (100 feet for $6.25) with my 30W box mod, with mechs I use lower gauges

I would also find a pair of flush cutters to snip wires as close to the posts as you can, and some nice small scissors to cut your cotton.

OH! Almost forgot, this is what I use to wrap my coils.

As a general rule of thumb, don't buy wire or wick from websites that sell mostly juice or hardware, it will almost always be overpriced.

If you want to get REALLY cheap and don't mind waiting, go check out Fasttech

u/cognitivegear · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

From what I've heard, a Lemo should be fine. A couple of alternatives though - I use a Kayfun Lite Plus on my MVP2 with excellent results. Also I heard that the Kayfun v4 was just cloned, that might be another option soon. I wouldn't use the Billow on a MVP2, or if so just use a single coil build - dual coil isn't going to work so well.

Regardless of what RTA you use, I'd suggest a 30 gauge wire at 1.7 ohm (6 wraps on a 3/32" drill bit) - this works fantastically on the MVP2. I go with small gauge wire (30 or 32) because of the lower amp limit on the MVP2 for a lower heat capacity (less time to heat up.)

Also, since you are new to building, also take a look at getting some Japanese Cotton to start out with. Take a look at this one, $7.50 and free shipping (if you order over $35, not hard to do this time of year :) ).

To answer your other question, you probably won't have to change your juice. I haven't noticed a ton of difference in that regard on my RTA compared to the Nautilus, at least if you are using the BVC coils. It does however provide much better flavor (at least on the Kayfun Lite Plus, can't speak about the Lemo.) With a RDA (dripper) you would have to think about that, but probably not on a RTA unless you are also getting a battery that can push a lot more wattage.

Also, I'd suggest you take a look at steam-engine. It is fantastic for getting started on building coils.

Edit Ninja edit for more info

u/lext · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I too am looking for an RDA so I have none to recommend. However, I thought you might be aided knowing what else you will need to know and buy when for an RDA:

u/brucethehoon · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I can at least chime in and say that prior to switching to Labo cotton, my break in time for new builds sometimes ran into days. Since I switched, there are builds where there is literally no break in time at all, and I'm hitting with unadulterated flavor on the first puff (which seems impossible but I'm glad to have!)

My kayfun builds started going dramatically better when I switched!

Also: it's OBSCENELY cheap compared to other options. One $8 bag has lasted me 6 months, and I have only used 15 of the 200 pads!

Cotton Labo ORGANIC Cotton Puff Size M (200pc)

u/wulfguitar · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

There are a few options:

  • You can buy bags of organic cotton balls from your local drug store or Whole Foods for around $4.50 for an 80 count
  • You can purchase Silica Wick (kinda unpopular)
  • You can purchase Koh Gen Do or puff cotton (This is what most people swear by)
  • There's also Rayon, which I prefer to use due to its price and availability
  • And finally, some vapers are starting to use Hemp Wicks, which offer a slightly woody taste

    Hope this helps!
u/kindground · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/goatnapper · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
  1. Grab a tank with an RBA. Wire is $6.50 for 100 feet on Amazon, and you can get 200 cotton pads for $6. That's 300+ rebuilds for $12.50, and you never buy coils again.

  2. Make your own juice. You can easily make below $0.05/ml with even a small kit. The initial investment is the same as buying a several bottles of juice at a B&M, and it's not hard. Check out /r/diy_ejuice and read the side bar.
u/Lucas_WitDa_LidOff · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I like these so far.

u/Binsky89 · 2 pointsr/DIY_eJuice

Get puff organic cotton pads off of Amazon. They're the same price as the fasttech ones, but won't take 1+ weeks to get to you. The bag I bought has lasted over 2 years, and I'm only halfway through it.

Edit: If there is a Sally's near you, their Cellucotton rayon is really good too.

u/I_Plunder_Booty · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

If you chose to go the rebuilding route this is what you need, and some atty suggestions at the end.

You need- wire-

cotton- either balls or pads

drill bit set-

Tweezers- any pharmacy

Disposable butane torch- any gas station

ohm reader-
(most regulated mods have a built in one, but a reliable and exact external ohm meter is very good to have)

rebuildables- tanks- kayfun (google some kayfun build tutorial videos, stay under 20 watts while vaping on it)

drippers- magma

(both of those drippers are a good start because you can block 1 air intake and make single coils untill you are comfortable enough to build dual coils)

I own these drippers and that tank. They are the cheapest clones on the market but all work great. Shipping takes 3 weeks, chose first class china e-packet as shipping option

OPTIONAL- coil jig, no need for drill bits, MAKES COIL BUILDING EASY (I've honestly never tried this, but I recently ordered one to try out, should have it in 2 weeks)

u/unicorn-beard · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I received the same exact note. Those puffs are great, a $12 bag will last you forever. I'm assuming you got these ?

u/SomeKindOfOctopus · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I got mine here

Yeah, much easier to get a consistent roll going.

u/Depressing_lasershow · 2 pointsr/Vaping
u/crookedhead · 2 pointsr/Vaping101

What coils? I use the Joyetech 1ohm CLR coils. I solved the gurgling by re-wicking them with a thicker piece of cotton. I like to make a wick that is just able to squeeze into the coil, it should be a tight fit. I find that a looser fitting, thinner wick is what causes the popping and gurgle problems for me. When I re-wick it becomes a very smooth even pull. I use this cotton to make my wicks.

u/Treefeddy · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

what you need:

  • A mod
  • A dripper
  • A battery (Sony VTC3, MNKE 20A, LG HE2, Samsung 25R are all good)
  • A smart battery charger (one that stops charging at 4.2v) I use a Nitecore D2 which is very good
  • Some kanthal to build your coil 28g is a good place to start
  • Some good cotton to use as your wick
  • An ohm reader so you don't overdraw your battery
  • Small screwdrivers

    stuff that is useful:

  • Wire cutters to cut your kanthal
  • Needlenose pliers for a whole bunch of stuff
  • Allen wrenches (small ones) or drill bits (small ones) to wrap your coils around
  • Scissors to trim your cotton
  • A magnifying glass with a stand (I find this incredibly useful for getting coils right the first time, rather than having to play with them a ton once they're in your dripper)

    >making me fear I'm going to explode my face with a poorly built coil or something.

    So long as you check your resistance using that ohm meter (just screw the dripper in and turn it on, it'll tell you the resistance), you wont overdraw your battery.

    >Also, is this stingray x a good product to start with?

    Yep, the stingray is a great mod.

    Basically once you get everything watch some tutorials on coil building, wrap your first coil, pop it in your dripper, check the resistance, if everything checks out put it on your mod, wick it, drip it, and vape away.
u/Tabboo · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette


A lifetime supply. No boiling

u/DefinitionOfAwesome · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Has anyone here used Cotton Labo ORGANIC Cotton Puff?

u/DeezjaVu · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Stay away from any "vaping cotton", especially if it has "premium" and or "competition" slammed all over it.

Grab some Muji or Puff organic cotton from Amazon or any other store that has it for dirt cheap.

u/redbic · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Best wire to make coils? I'm a fan of Lightning Vapes. If I'm not mistaken it's like $3-5 for 50' of most wire and they (at least used to, I haven't had to place an order in a while so I can't be sure) have free shipping on everything. For cotton just go w/ any unbleached organic cotton. I've been on a Rayon kick for quite some time, but if you'd prefer cotton definitely go with Japanese Cotton. I've used this for the past 2 years or so and it's the tits. Exponentially more product than you'd get from "Cotton Bacon" or any of those other shitty resellers that just repackage this stuff. And probably cheaper than the shitty small packs they sell you.

u/R3xz · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Ko Gen Do is just one brand, you can find Japanese facial cotton in other brands as well, and as long as they're 100% organic cotton it's good to go. One brand that I find easier to find and purchase is Shiseido, and it's very similar to Ko Gen Do, the sheet is thiner and the fiber is even more uniform (plus it doesn't have the seed fragments in the sheet).

u/sabledrakon · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

You kidding? I use Puff. 6-7$ per bag off Amazon, and it's a big ass bag at that.

u/add144 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

The Coil Master V3 jig/wrapping kit/tool/thing is really great. I've thoroughly enjoyed mine. MyVaporStore has it for only $12; great shop, ordered from them plenty and never had a problem. No need for trying to size out random screwdrivers; it has 1.5mm to 4.0mm posts ready to go.

Any little wire snips from the local hardware store should be fine (fingernail clippers can be used in a pinch). Also some ceramic tweezers are really useful for heating and testing your coils. Most vape shops online sell tweezers.

26 gauge has always seemed like a good go-to wire size for most applications

This cotton is cheap on Amazon and you get a bunch.

u/YaGottadoWhatYaGotta · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

More a money saver and better vape then fun tbh, look at it this way. You can buy a pack of premade coils, say 5 for 10 bucks, or buy a 50-100 ft roll on SS wire and a bag of cotton for 10-15 dollars and make 100's of coils.


Cotton pads or cotton bacon(My preference for ease of use).

All you need besides that really is a screw driver like this and a pair of nail clippers.

You can get an ohm meter but I always just check it on the device, some people are against this but ehh...never had an issue in 2 years of building, just make sure it's in your devices ohm range.

u/Pyhr0 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I use these:*Version*=1&*entries*=0

I don't know if it can be your issue, but I quickly found that if I don't leave the bag sealed well, the cotton would taste absolutely horrible for a good little bit. I wouldn't say it tasted salty, but it definitely tasted wretched.

u/wes_MLV · 2 pointsr/Vaping

>When buying premade coils is there any you can suggest that are best for flavor?

If you plan to buy a tank, you can only buy the coils that are made for that tank. Smok and Pico would be fine. If you want to try building or having a show show you how to build, you can buy premade Clapton's coils. Doesn't really matter too much what brand. Pay attention to the suggested Wattage though, as different sizes will mean different sweet spots.

>Also what cotton is the best and/or cheapest?

The best is Japanese cotton. They're actually cotton pads that other people use for makeup removal and other skincare stuff. The kind you want is unbleached. This is a common one. This will last you months, if not years.

Something a little pricier is Cotton Bacon, a brand specifically made for building vapes with. I have no idea if it's worth it, but good vape stores will carry it.

>Sorry for all the also's but also would you recommend buying online or in a shop? I tend to be pretty impatient.

Stores: Pros: Are able to offer lots of juice suggestions, and you don't have to wait. They have weekly deals and membership programs. Cons: More expensive, don't always carry what you want.

Online: Pros: Don't have to leave your house, are much cheaper, have more variety. Cons: They have to check your age, which can be a pain online. It takes a few days to a few months depending on where the store is located (check shipping times).

If you buy a tank, just buy the coils online because you don't need to choose different coils. It will be the same one every time, so just buy a lot.

u/pint07 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

If you're rebuilding, you can go about a month on a single coil if you like it. Just replace the cotton. Basically, you build a coil (wrap a piece of kanthal around a tiny screwdriver, screw in the leads, then twist a piece of organic cotton at one end, slide it through. It's MUCH cheaper. 100ft of kanthal is $5-8, and you can buy enough cotton to last you quite a while here:

Watch this to see how to build and wick a coil for the subtank:

u/JaboodyGrapefruit · 1 pointr/ecigclassifieds

Don't take any of the shitty offers these people are giving you, look on amazon, I think the pack I saw was 200 sheets for about 6 bucks
Edit: found it

u/pyro487 · 1 pointr/Vaping101
u/pairate_ · 1 pointr/Canadian_ecigarette

If you are from montreal you have Vaptronic on Joliette (not far from the metro station) that has the tobeco clones :)

If you are not from around here, talk to them I am sure they figure out a way to send it to you.

Also, if you need wire, they sell Lightning vapes wire at very affordable prices :D as for cotton, they cotton bacon and also some regular cotton pads. If you can wait, I highly suggest you to get this from amazon.

u/JayFML · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

id suggest cotton....

i have the same tweezers, mkws wire, i4 charger, thrum scissors (they work ok.. but u dont ever want to bend em out of shape or it wont cut well anymore....

a little warning on the flush cutters.... use safety glasses... i saw pictures of someones that broke while cutting and metal flew into their eye... i have no experience with them tho... i use nail clippers for my wire cutting

u/inrespekkt · 1 pointr/ECR_UK

Koh Gen Do, Muji and Puff are all pretty much the same.

If you choose amazon, make sure the order is "fulfilled by amazon".
Take a look and scroll down
You will pay a tad more but you will get it much sooner.

Also you can get unbleached Muji Cotton directly via Muji

u/subbr1 · 1 pointr/ecr_eu

Actually, it was only 6,89€. Oh yeah and that package is huge, this will last for years even if you rewick every single day, wasn't expecting that. And it really is so much better than the standard cotton I had been vaping before. Not a single dry hit on my Kayfun so far, even though I was really struggling with it before.

u/kaje · 1 pointr/Canadian_ecigarette

I buy Labo Organic Cotton from Amazon. If you go down the list until you find the one that's Prime eligible, it ships straight out of an Amazon warehouse in Canada. You can have it delivered in a couple of days.

u/DoesntGetWhatIronyIs · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette .com/ORGANIC-Cotton-Makeup-Puff-Medium/dp/B000TCD51A .com/Graham-Professional-Cellucotton-Beauty-Rayon/dp/B00PBGJT5A

These are what I personally use. As for RDAs, I’ve used the recurve, bonza and the hadaly clone I own and a few other non note worthy ones. The recurve and the hadaly (Clone) are absolutely killer for flavor, however I have heard if you’re going to be swiomking that you should use the entheon with the hadeon cap instead of the hadaly as it’s better for squonking. You can easily get a cheap sxk entheon clone and buy an authentic hadeon cap for an experience. Or if you want an authentic RDA the recurve is absolutely killer. I’ve also heard amazing things about the Drop RDA

u/rOOb85 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I ordered these:

If you read the reviews and questions these are popular with vapors. Non bleached, not from a area with radiation. They work very well as wicks for me

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u/alextheawsm · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

They're $12 now right here, but I would just go into a fancy makeup store in a mall or something. You can find similar or better organic japanese cotton pads for the same price without having to wait 3 weeks for it to get here from Japan.

u/bigheadonreddit · 1 pointr/Canadian_ecigarette

I bought puffs from Amazon. Organic, not bleached and taste great.

I first bought shiseido pads from shoppers but found that the puffs lose the cotton taste much quicker than shiseido pads did.

u/Ephemeral_Halcyon · 1 pointr/Vaping

They're fine. Give them a try and if they work for you, great. There's also these pads sold on Amazon. I personally think the pads are easier to work with. They don't tear apart as easily as unrolled cotton balls.

u/AmaterasuHS · 1 pointr/ecr_eu

As for wicking, I am using Japanese Cotton but I got recently informed that Extra Large Baby Pads from Boots works great as well!

u/vh1atomicpunk · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Hey thanks for letting me know. It's doing quite well with some of those Japanese cotton pads ( everyone raves about. As far as the quality of the clone goes in my (limited) experience, it's very good. Not having the deck options is my only complaint so far. Congrats on picking up an authentic! Too rich for my blood unfortunately.

u/Whoaitsrae · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Ordered these based on a suggestion here and they work great. Cheap and it'll last you a long time.

u/ShoutingAtToday · 1 pointr/Vaping

Lightning Vapes for the 24 gauge Kanthal (coupon code is ohmsweetohm for 17% off). These cotton pads from Amazon are dirt cheap and work wonders for myself and many others around here.

u/GGALLIN1776 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Just thought of something after reading the comments on amazon,any worries about how close its grown to fukishima? Wouldnt want blown nuke reactor lungs lol

Btw is this the 2 puffs one you're talking about?

u/koukiecutter · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette


Zero complaints, still have a fuckton and don’t need to worry about wasting any pads.

u/discnvape · 1 pointr/Vaping

Not likely. You should definitely scrounge up some organic/untreated cotton somewhere.

u/Jam3z_C · 1 pointr/RBA

Pretty much everything has already been said, I love this stuff though. I'm using the Labo organic Japanese cotton (as it was cheaper) and it's working great. I don't think I'll ever be going back to regular ole organic cotton. And the pads are extremely easy to work with.

Here's a link to where I bought mine, in case anyone is interested:

u/SulphuricJuice · 1 pointr/ecr_eu

Dual 5 wrap 24g kanthal. That's good for 50w. It shouldn't get that hot. Will come out anywhere between .23 - .27 around a 3mm piece (so allow a bit higer for 3.5) and it shouldn't be eating up cotton man, a non sugary juice and ill rock that for a 3 or 5 days no problem.

Besides, if you're worried about chewing though cotton, you're buying the wrong stuff. Look here one of the few things vape-related I'll buy from amazon. Lasted me about 10 months so far.

u/PowderDiamonds · 1 pointr/Vaping

You could also buy a pack of premade coils for $10 and cotton for $5, and then you wouldn't even need any tools.

Coils -

Cotton -

u/iTzSocrates · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Go on Amazon get 200 squares of Japanese cotton for like $8 shipped.
Edit with link

u/JackStickley · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I like this

Cotton Labo organic cotton squares $6.70

and this

Lightning Vapes $6.99

I think 26 gauge wire is easier to work with for beginner coil makers and more useful in the long run.

u/k9kkc · 1 pointr/Vaping101

1a. Maybe start off on 28? I started off there and have tried 24 gauge, but I prefer the 28 because its easier to coil and build. (If you're daring I suggest trying a twisted 28. Good flavor, decent clouds, and juice is easier to deal with since I've found single coil to waste juice a lot more).

1b. Cotton is a little trickier since its your first time building, but I suggest looking around on some videos for tutorials and what not. I suggest Japanese organic cotton, don't have to boil, just wick and wet and you'll be ready. Here's what I use.

1c. This is a great tutorial about ohms and building.

2. Juice is really up to you and how you want it. I've heard that the best for the mini is 50/50? Could be wrong, but look around on /r/electronic_cigarette and there should be some stuff that answer your questions.

3. I suggest starting off on a RDA before you start building for the mini. Get something like the Dark Horse or Plume Veil. (again personal preference)

4. Buy yourself a charger with some batteries that will fit for your istick. Its a lot easier to just interchange the batteries rather than wait until the battery dies and then having to wait for it to charge.

Hope this helps!

u/mcerk02 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

pads are easier to work with, simply cut a strip and thread it through he coil, a pack like this will last you forever....

u/dmgros · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I bought it on amazon for like 8 bucks for a lifetimes worth basically.

u/rlvampire · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Super cheap, between 400 - 600 rewicks for under 10bucks if you get free shipping? I dont trust anything that says "Organic" alone because the name is far too broad and does not guarantee it is free from other kinds of treatment. Getting a good quality package of rayon or japanese cotton will do wonders for your builds. It makes my Mini shine and never get any burnt hits; in my RDAs if I dry hit on accident it seems to hold firmly and doesnt burn as readily. The break in is noticeably less than cotton too, so while it MIGHT be safe to vape with it or might not it just seems more logical to do it with better wicking materials.

u/sabortoothsloth2 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Ive nvr used or heard of it b4, but from the looks of it seems like high grade cotton. Though Im a bit concerned about that Japanese cotton u have there, it looks very white and i c no seeds. I use this stuff and love it!

u/SirTimmyTimbit · 1 pointr/Canadian_ecigarette

It's not scented. But I like these unbleached ones way better.

It's far thicker than Shiseido so I don't have to roll it. I feel that it wicks faster too.

u/_monad · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Or you can buy 200 pads for $8, who the fuck is going to pay over 3x the price of Japanese Organic cotton? All you're doing is buying Japanese Cotton for $8 and dividing it up and selling them for triple the worth using plastic ziplock bags.

Nice try though.

u/Callamanda · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I'm using this cotton, which seems to be very well liked. Unfortunately I don't have any straight VG hanging around, but I can say that when I re-wick and use solely the 'nana cream there is definitely no hint of chalkiness. Thanks for the suggestions nevertheless, though!

u/LRM77 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

is this the right kind? cause that's a pretty decent price.

u/Iktorne · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Thanks for the insight! I'm wondering if I should pick up some Organic Cotton to go with my Cellucotton, might make things easier.

u/Chuuno · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Word! There’s definitely a bit of a learning curve with building RTA’s (at least there was for me), but they lead to a fantastic and more cost effective vaping experience in the long run. These cotton pads on amazon are awesome for rewicking and one package should last you a lifetime. My favorite coils for single coil builds are product # 9646622 on fasttech; they’re SS316 so you can use TC if that’s your jam, and they’re dead cheap, one package has 100 coils!

I’d love to hear how the Krylin treats you, I do love me a single coil RTA.

u/baade89 · 1 pointr/Vaping
u/Xasdfghjkx · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Sounds pretty straight forward and like a practice makes perfect type of thing. Are there certain tools needed to rewick/rebuild? I see organic cotton and wire on Amazon for like $7 each, would these work?

u/vapingcarrie · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Just pick up some off Amazon. They are only $7 and will get to you within a couple of days

u/Targren · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

The Cotton, I can help with.

I don't do TC so can't make any recommendations on wire.

u/dick_in_CORN · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Here ya go

Edit: $7.69 and its easily more than a years worth the cotton.

u/420stoner666 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Definitely grab the endless Japanese cotton sheet bag. Like 6 bucks on Amazon. Labo puff cotton.

u/vanityrex · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Geez, $111?! I think I paid $21 for mine on ebay but it does seem to have gone up in price.

I like Muji's cut cotton for lotion masks, but right now I'm using these random ones I got from amazon:
I wouldn't worry too much about peeling off 5 layers. Depending on how much wetness I'm willing to put up with, I'll either just use the whole square or tear it in half.

u/so_sic_of_it · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Sounds like it might be Selena or Labo. Does it look like this or this?

u/VapingLiterateWolf · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Organic Cotton Puff by Labo. Good Japanese cotton pads and very affordable on Amazon as well. Ships from Japan though.

u/PierGarrettinni · 1 pointr/Vaping

its been chemically treated and bleached, so not the best option. These are good

u/pandaxrage · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette


This stuff is great, have been wicking with it for the last month without issues and awesome flavor.

u/TrojanGoldfish · 1 pointr/ecr_eu

Picked up one of these for cotton. Don't think I'll need to reorder for a while:p

u/Lulzorr · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

here's some cheap japanese pad cotton :

tastes like any other japanese cotton. that is, not at all after your 3rd drip or 1/4th through the tank. that bag will last at least a year even with daily rewicking.

wire's important, too. if he's going to tinker with it beyond simple coils you'll want a lot of it.

stainless steel 316 is good because it can be used in both temp mode and power modes. i found this pack of 100ft rolls of differing gauges.. might actually get this myself:

u/sadosmurf · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Cotton, $5.27 with free shipping:

50 ft of kanthal, $4.99 with free shipping:

Ebay and Amazon are usually a terrible place to look for vape stuff, but wick, wire, and tools are exceptions.

u/senorchip · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

buy this cotton
buy wire directly from it is cheapers to buy direct. ohmsweetohm for 17% off

u/Wo0d643 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Its fine. Dont boil it. Use what you need to while you wait on some organic cotton sheets to come in from amazon.

u/dlhotrod23 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Any one who was late to this post just use what I use. You will have so much for so little.

u/Manse_ · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

The necessities are:

  • Precision screwdriver set (to use as mandrels)
  • Organic Cotton Pads (easier to work with than ball cotton)
  • Kanthal (in assorted gauges)
  • Ohm Reader (EDIT--added per V's reminder. There may be a better sauce for these, though).

    I'd recommend 26, 28, and 0.8x0.1 ribbon to start. That gives you a lot of options for building. You'll notice the first two links are add-on items on Amazon, so you'll have to buy $25 worth of wire, wire cutters, tweezers, or just add it to some other amazon order you're making.
u/InvaderDJ · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I use Japanese cotton. I'm not the best at wicking, but I find it easier to work with than cotton balls or rayon, but not that great. Be careful with price, Japanese cotton especially has jumped in price and a lot of B&Ms will rip you off. If you're paying more than $10 for a crap ton of cotton (crap ton meaning more than 100 pads, close to a lifetime if you use it only for wicking), you're paying too much.

This is what I'm using currently. Amazon link:

u/weender · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Honestly, the bacon is just rolled out cotton balls. Go to Amazon and search Japanese cotton. Grab a bag of that. YouTube videos can show you how to do it. I would link you to everything but I'm on mobile dropping a Duke.


u/karmapopsicle · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Depends on whether they're set up for rebuilding or not already. If they are, the only bit missing is a nice charger. I like the Nitecore D2, which can be purchased on Lightning Vapes with the batteries.

If they're not setup for rebuilding however, there's a few more things you'll need in addition to the charger. Those would be:

  • Kanthal resistance wire - If you're only going to buy a single spool, I'd probably suggest 100ft of 27ga. It's only $6 because it's not nearly as popular as other sizes. If you're open to buying a couple spools, especially if they might end up picking up some more rebuildables, I'd suggest 100ft each of 26ga and 28ga.

  • Cotton for wicking. Link goes to a big pack of Japanese cotton pads on Amazon. Generally one of the best wicks around these days.

  • Flush cutters - An indispensable building tool. Makes snipping off leads easy as pie.

  • Tweezers. For pinching/adjusting coils, etc.

  • Kuro Coiler set. Totally optional, but for someone who is just getting into rebuilding these things are absolutely fantastic. Makes wrapping perfect microcoils as simple as can be.

  • Nice sharp pair of scissors.

  • Micro screwdriver set. Nice to have around for filling atomizers, wrapping coils around, etc.

  • Small butane torch. Use it to torch wire before wrapping so it holds its shape better.
u/IsABot · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Buy the cotton on amazon, costs a few more dollars gets you 50 times what you are getting in that order.

If you are getting just kanthanl, not prewrap (those are crap btw), then get yourself a cheap coil jig as well. It'll make wrapping a lot easier for a beginner. And you'll need an ohm reader.

u/LanjaSunrise · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette



Its both in euros btw.

u/mo_bozzy · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

After some tests with different cotton brands, koh gen do tastes/performs similar to the ones from puff Amazon link
and the ones from the Muji shop.

Discussed a lot in german vape forums; some say its performs exactly the same - some even think the muji performs better, plus they are cheaper and have a couple of local shops across the word.

u/project_twenty5oh1 · 1 pointr/ExperiencedVapers

cotton squares. The cotton is combed so they all face the same way.

Here's amazon prime for a generic brand I know a lot of people use with great success:

u/CryptoVaper · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

No, if you add this cotton to your cart, it won't let you proceed to checkout until there's $25 worth of stuff in there.

u/BDK235 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette
u/Purpletech · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I think you're looking for Japanese cotton (unless the Chinese are hiding insanely awesome cotton from us)

This might suit you:

u/nmmnp · 1 pointr/Coilporn

I got mine HERE. I think I've used 2 pads in the last 3 weeks and I've re-wicked a lot of builds.

u/Smlz · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I would suggest the SJMY CSMNT clone to try it out. It is 1:1 and the ONLY difference I could find was the non-gold plated deck (SS) and the top cap was much more snug than the authentic. Except that, it was the same vape experience.

Cotton, I use Cotton Bacon but also PUFF cotton pads as backup.

u/Ejacu1337 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I was literally just looking at that. Seemed so cheap for 200pc.

u/DustForVomit · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Koh Gen Do pads are awesome, but are practically impossible to find right now. I have a pack of 'Cotton Labo Organic cotton puffs' that I'm loving right now. Get them for pretty cheap on amazon.

u/wump · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I've been using this and I really like it.

u/13th_floor · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I have the nylon tweezers but the stainless would work just as well. It's the ceramic tips that are important. Ceramic absorbs heat really well so if you use them on hot coils they won't melt or leach metal onto the coil.

I get my cotton from Amazon and prefer cotton pads. It's a much better deal compared to Fasttech and you know what kind of cotton you are getting.

Either of these.

u/AnythingBacon · 1 pointr/OasisVape

Hit up Amazon.. Way cheap for way more than ecig vendors will offer... Example but not the end-all-be-all:

u/BillW50 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Can you [order these] ( from Brazil (they ship from Japan)? Very inexpensive here in the states.

u/Maddoktor2 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I use Puffs. Cheap and reliable pure JOC, no marketing lies.

u/PassMeTheWine · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I like the sapor. I suck at building (or rather just hate it) and it's easy and quick.

Lightning vapes for wire.

This is the cotton I have

u/saintgutsfree · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

For an affordable first mech mod setup I would suggest a Stingray, Penny, Akuma or Nemesis clone for your mod.

Nemesis Clone link

Stingray Clone link

Penny Clone link

As for you atty there are some decent clones out there but one that has been getting popular and is an affordable authentic is the Mutation X.
It's got a deep well and awesome adjustable airflow.

Mutation X Link

Otherwise you could get a clone rda of a plume veil, tugboat, tobh, or patriot.

Then a very important part you need is the battery. Can't go wrong with Sony VTC-5s but they are kind of hard to find nowadays. You may be able to find some but be careful. There are a lot of fakes going around. Some other viable batteries are the Samsung 25R and LG HE2.

and of course you will need kanthal wire (prob 26 or 28) Link, some jewelry sized tools (pliers wire cutters, screwdrivers) Link, organic/Japanese cotton Link, an ohm reader Link and a battery charger Link.

If you have anymore questions I would check out the thread on "What I wish I knew about rebuildables". Here is a Link

u/PeezySC · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Cotton Labo @ Amazon

I use this, and so far I have been pretty happy with it. It's actually cheaper now. I think I paid $11-12 for my bag.

u/Soap-ster · 1 pointr/Coilporn

What is chados cotton? Looks like generic Japanese cotton to me. 200 pieces for $8.

I would position the coils closer to each other. You want your air flow to go over the coils. If they are spread out like that, you won't get direct air-to-coil contact on all of the coils... Unless your RDA can do that, which the DH doesn't IIRC. Otherwise, it looks fine to me.

u/draconianRegiment · 1 pointr/vaporents

I bought (this)[ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium] for ecig vaping and never managed to run out. It ships from Japan but is well worth it.

u/Jwiley92 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I'd recommend grabbing this. Should be a year or two's worth of cotton.

How often you rewick depends on your vaping habits, it can be anywhere between every couple of days and every couple of weeks. Coils can last a while if cleaned when rewicking. I normally end up wanting to try a new build before my coil actually has to be changed.

u/_-Arthur-_Vaper · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette


Price is almost double for the same item from the US site ( says the price = $10 USD), but still a good deal for a quality product, works well, and has no break-in period or 'off' taste:

Also, if it matters, the famous Daniel from DJLSB uses this cotton as well, but rarely mentions it in his videos.

I like Daniel's vids too. :)

u/CozyAsian · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

You could try this stuff.You just cut strips off and apply gentle pressure to make the piece circular. Regardless, you really need to change the way you're wicking. You can't even see the coils, how do you think air is going to pass by them to create vapor?

u/stylefish · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Labo/Puff, MUJI, and KGD are all basically the same thing just at different prices. A package of Labo/Puff lasts me about a year and a half.

u/ToxicThought · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

koh gen do is the preferred brand. I ordered this brand from Amazon because Koh gen do is sold out in most places.

u/Treeefort · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Just got an order of Japanese Cotton in the mail. I was using regular cotton before and after eagerly throwing it on my Stillare I can instantly see what the hype is all about. It's made a world of difference in the couple hours I've been using it. I've even tasted some notes in my juices I've never noticed before.

u/makescakes · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Amazon has Japanese cotton which is really cheap for how much you get. I'd say it's around 10 6 dollars for a 100 pieces. Or vapewild has $0.99 cent for 4 pieces if amazon is sold out

u/Frankyp42 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I've seen a number of people talk about these cotton pads and they seem dirt cheap. I haven't had the opportunity to use them yet as I still have a bunch of ko gen do cotton that I paid too much for.

u/wiiv · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Cotton Bacon is cheap, give it a shot, but order some of this as well :

The puff cotton is really easy to work with and SUPER cheap. That one $6 bag has 200 pads in it, even if you're scottish rolling dual coils and you replace cotton once a week, you've got about 4 years of cotton there.

If you're rolling a smaller atomizer or not using scottish roll, you're probably looking at 8 or 10 years worth of cotton at least. I know when wicking my Subtank RBA I used about 1/10 of a pad.

u/osbornia · 1 pointr/Vaping

Obviously be wary when trying to side-step expensive gimmicks with vaping because sometimes expensive stuff is expensive for a reason but if you can source cheap stuff it feels good.

Cheap Jap Organic Cotton 1:

Cheap Jap Organic Cotton 2:

Cheap Kanthal 24gauge spool:

u/DrumsIntoSpace · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I'll save you the trouble of using the search bar - if you were to search, you would have found roughly 6,427,994 posts telling you to get LG HG2s, a Velocity clone from Tobeco, Bombies Nana Cream 3mg (thanks for the giveaway). We call this the Reddit-Hive-Mind-Starter-Kit.

Parts? None, other than wick and wire.

Since you will ask about wire and wick - here is 50% off wire through Lightning Vapes AND here is the cotton everyone has recommended in similar posts

Yes, the Cuboid can do TC with SS316L wire, so buy some from Lightning Vapes in 24 guage.

In the future, definitely check out the search bar. By asking these questions without checking previous discussions you will end up with the most generic replies from the hive.

Provide some background on what you know, what you want to know specifically and some signs that you have done some homework, and you will find people are much more willing to engage/offer assistance beyond standard issue Reddit replies.

u/paingawd · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Labo Puffs from Amazon I bought this pack about a year ago and I've gone through half a pack. Great stuff-there's no "new cotton" taste and holds up well.

u/Daamus · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

is this any different than this stuff?

u/tilbard · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette


200 sheets for 10 bucks, free shipping, and I get about 10-12 wicks per sheet. It does ship from Japan though, so it is a ~2 week wait. But they throw in free crazy ass Japanese candy!

u/because_guns · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette
u/LeakyfaucetNA · 1 pointr/Canadian_ecigarette

I'd suggest getting some Japanese organic cotton. Those are probably way overpriced. Something like this if you're ordering from Amazon. For ~$8 you'll have enough for quite some time.

As for the wicking, the bottom feed tanks like that can be a bit tricky. Not sure this works on the Avocado, try sticking a small allen wrench beside each wick into the tank to create an air space. Here is an example. He covers tanks of the general style.

u/DamnedYouths · 1 pointr/vaporents

That's a great idea, don't know how I didn't think of it. Do you mean these?

u/T_Mace · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

> shiseido or KGD

Are these the specific cotton you use?



100% safe?

u/AddictedToSpuds · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I second the Cruis 2. I and many others have had trouble getting the SMM right so I wouldn't recommend it to someone new to RTAs. The Crius 2 has been much more forgiving.

Get yourself a bag of japanese organic cotton pads on amazon, it's like $10 for a year+ supply. You're also going to need scissors and tweezers, and flush cutters if you're going to be building coils, or even just installing pre-made ones to clip the extra off the ends. This kit for example

You can look up reviews on youtube for specific tanks to see how to work with it. For the crius 2 for example: 1 2

u/Dimebag82 · 1 pointr/vaporents

[This](ORGANIC Cotton Makeup Puff, Medium will last you a lifetime

u/Bootyclapthunder · 0 pointsr/electronic_cigarette


It ships fast. 2-3 days to your door. It's Amazon.

u/TotooriaHelmold · 0 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

RDA Beginner's kit:

  • Precision Screw Drivers (Amazon)
  • 24 AWG Kanthal A1 (Amazon)
  • 26 AWG Kanthal (Amazon)
  • Japanese Cotton Pads (Amazon)
  • Needlenose Pliers (Amazon)
  • Wire Cutters (Amazon)

    Total at amazon: ~ £32

    RDA Options:

  • Velocity - this RDA is a darling in the reddit community and has a wide range of airflow from quite closed, to wide open. The mini clone is a beast and well worth the $18 USD
  • Sapor RDA - This top-airflow RDA removes worries of leaks, and is cheap to boot! The sapor has a 4 post deck making building nice and easy, and comes with both a wide-bore and standard 510 drip tip. The sapor usually goes for about $20 USD
  • Mutation XS / XV4 RDA - this RDA (ok, these RDAs) offerse a combination of side and top bottom airflow, and is great for some cloud chasing. It's cheap, but, it does have a significant propensity for leaking - so be wary. Usually goes for around $25 USD
u/MrCrapper · 0 pointsr/electronic_cigarette