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u/azurekiwi · 2 pointsr/Vaping

> For batteries, I'm using some efest IMR 18650s, do you think a different battery would make a noticeable difference?

eFests and mechs do not go well together, that being said hopefully you have one of the 20 amp rated ones, but it's still likely a poor choice for a mechanical device. Before buying the mod or at the same time you should have bought at least two of these, which currently is the cheapest price out of the three known trustworthy vendors for authentic cells.

You should read more into mechanical mods if questions like this are ones you need to ask, not meaning to be rude. Using an ohms law calculator at 4.2v you're going over 1a of what hopefully is the rating of your battery (if you have the 12a then this is actually not safe) but your mod will be pulling less with voltage drop. You should be calculating for 4.2 though to give yourself some headroom for safety. Especially if you threw an efest into a mech. I apologize if I come off condescending, it's not my goal at all, it's just with mechanical mods the battery is possibly one of the most important things to know how many amps you have to work with and you should never use rewraps in a mech. There's other batteries with lower ratings people use but honestly, I don't see any reason to when the VTC5a exists, is available, and possibly the all around best battery for vaporizers in general. In regulated devices you can sacrifice that extra cdr for some more battery life but in this situation the CDR is going to be a major determining factor in building safely and knowing what is safe and isn't as you need this for ohms law calculation.

Use the 510 pin cap for now because the more safety involved currently the better. Also if you didn't already know make sure to religiously check your battery wraps for any nicks or tears. With your mod you do have the delrin insulation I believe, but honestly if there's a tear or any damage to the wrap just rewrap it to be safe, you really don't want a short to happen and I don't want to see you on the news.

If there's any other questions that you're hesitant to ask, you may as well, because I'd rather help clear some things up or show you areas in which to read more so you know how to use what you have as safe as possible, and with efest batteries it worries me that there may be some things you may have missed.

Tldr: order these and don't use the efests. 2 of them should be fine unless you plan on using it as a main device in which 4 may be a safer bet, but 2 should be fine. Plus you're still learning some things it seems to there's no reason to use a potentially risky rewrap with false ratings when something like that is so cheap, and performs so well.

edit: I use Mothers Mag & Aluminum Polish for my mech mods, they're copper but I want to say that works well for brass too. Theres videos on how to properly polish if you are unsure. You want to wash it off after you use that though so you prevent potential damage to your device by leaving some of it behind. Pick up battery wraps and insulators as well, you're going to need these if you vape regardless and with mechanical mods you should have some ready to go as soon as any damage to the wrap happens. They're dirt cheap and it's easy to do, again there's youtube videos that show how to rewrap 18650s. Don't get them mixed up with other batteries though afterwards, as you don't want to throw a 15a battery into that thinking it's 25a and pulling too much power from it than the cell can handle.

Hybrid mode is more conductive but at this stage in the game I would use the topcap with the 510 pin instead. You likely won't notice a dramatic difference and it's safer for now.

Also you will probably have better luck with simple round wire builds than things like claptons simply due to ramp up time. Especially since at the moment if you continue to use that without the batteries I linked, you want to pulse it as little as possible. I am erring on the side of caution but if I am aiming for what's safest for you right now and until you learn all you should have known before buying a mech, you probably should too. Either way though, I find simple round wire builds are better in the builds I have tried compared to the fused claptons I gave a shot once. I don't like ramp up time though and even if you look at a lot of way people who are "sponsored" build you will see half the time they are still using basic round wire builds too. They just work and are simple.

u/stylefish · 1 pointr/Vaping

For starting off, I'd recommend a Tobeco Velocity clone as it's cheap and easy to build on. The two-post design (Velocity-style) has been copied by pretty much everyone else so you'll be familiar with the deck when you fall further down the rabbit hole.

A coil jig (Coilmaster, Youde, etc.) is very nice to have. The kits are usually a good value as they include an ohm reader, the jig, ceramic tweezers, and flush wire cutters, among other things and all in a handy carrying case. The ohm reader is especially important for your safety so you can tell if a build is shorted before putting it on your mod. The ceramic tweezers are nice because you can play with the coil to get even heating (for contact coils like Kanthal builds) while pulsing it without fear of shorting it or getting a shock.

For wire, 24g or 26g Kanthal is a good place to start for wattage builds. A common build is a single coil 6 wrap 24g Kanthal around a 2.5mm giving a resistance of about 0.5 ohms. The Velocity can handle single coil builds by having the coil set in between the posts as opposed to on one side of the posts. Alternatively, a dual coil 6 wrap 26g Kanthal around 2.5mm gives about 0.37 ohms and is another simple and effective build.

If you delve into temperature control, I'd recommend SS316L if your mod can handle it or has a TCR setting. It's easier to work with than Ni and Ti and you can dry burn it if you want without any harmful effects. It also works in both temperature control and wattage modes in case you feel like switching it up without building new coils. I like to shoot for 0.4 ohms with SS316L, so a single coil 6 wrap 26g SS316L around 2.5mm works perfectly. You can explore other gauges and wire materials once you get a handle for how temperature control works.

For those more exotic wires, twisted and claptons are fairly easy to make if you like to DIY. Otherwise, there are some manufacturers that have premade twisted and claptons on rolls and some have premade exotic coils if you just want to try some of those out. I stick to the simple builds because I mainly run temperature control, but will occasionally throw a clapton into my RDAs for fun.

As for purchasing things, you should be able to find RDAs and coil kits from your favorite vendors. Lightning Vapes is a good place to go for wire. The one thing is most of the wicking sold by vendors are a bit overpriced, considering you can get the same stuff in 150-200 piece packs for like $7-15 on Amazon (Labo/Puff, KGD, and MUJI cotton pads), so keep that in mind.

For resources on building, Steam Engine has nice tools (Ohm's Law, Coil Wrapping, and Wire Wizard) that can help take the guesswork out of coil building. You can play around with the settings to figure out how to build something that meets your needs.

Also, consider watching some Youtube videos and reviews of whatever RDA you choose to get a general idea on how to build and wick it, as each RDA or RTA or whatever may have its own quirks.

tl;dr - Get a coiling kit from your favorite vendor, it'll have everything you need to get started. Pick a wire and use Steam Engine to get the ball rolling. Watch videos specific to whatever RDA you choose for a quick start. Don't worry about the nuances and extreme variety as you'll eventually come across those in time.

u/Chreeeees · 6 pointsr/Vaping

Using Amazon links only...

My favorite RDA right now (although I own the authentic, this should be good enough, as I've never really had issues with clone RDAs): Also look at TOBH Atty v2.5, Plumeveil, and Mephisto. All good clone atomizers!

As for mods, it pretty much comes down the which one you find aesthetically pleasing. Some off the top of my head you can look for are Nemesis, Stingray, Stingray X, Caravela, 4Nine... They often come in varying finishes (stainless being the most common, but you'll also see gold, copper, black). Nemesis and 4Nine tend to be on the cheaper side, but I found this Caravela for only $21.99 on Amazon for you:

Then I would recommend picking up one or two 18650 batteries, either Sony VTC4 or Samsung 25r (I own and use both). Rolled organic cotton from CVS pharmacy (will last you years), kanthal wire for rebuilding your coils (I use Temco: ), and an ohm meter to ensure safe builds:

Hope this helps! Btw, Youtube is your FRIEND! How I learned everything, just watched videos for whatever I was looking to do.

u/binsu · 2 pointsr/Vaping

Not bad at all but you will eventually get another set of batteries so you might as well invest into a 4-bay charger for like an extra $5. Those batteries are good but you can save on that as well. Lastly, your mod is great but I stand by the RX200 with the quality and battery life.




Saved you a few bucks and still getting top of the line stuff. Difference in those three items save you $10, not much but adequate.

u/GlassKingsWild · 2 pointsr/Vaping

You can buy packs of them from amazon like these or perhaps these. Just get ones that fit your tank. 21-22mm will usually stretch and fit well on bubble glass, for straight glass they'll stay but are too easily moved around, imo. So I'd look for something a bit smaller for that tank like these 18mm ones. The width of the band is also measured in mm, and thicker is almost always going to be better. I wouldn't bother with the super thin ones like the SMOK ones that are only 2-3mm tall, cuz they dont protect for crap unless you use a bunch. For reference, 6mm = 1/4", 12mm = 1/2".

Most online vape sites, surprisingly, don't sell them and when they do they're usually overpriced. Hence the Amazon links.

u/twisted_dick · 2 pointsr/Vaping

Hey man, I would love to help you quit smoking and didn't notice the first time I commented that you didn't have any experience with vaping. So I'm going to try to put together a list here of what you need to do to start vaping for very little money.

  1. A mod. I am suggesting this mod because it is very simple and fairly cheap.

    This is another option for you.

    I love my Icare, but you will need to use high (24-36) mg ejuice with it, whereas with the ego you would need 12-24 mg/ml.

  2. Eliquid making basics.

    OPTIONAL: flavoring. If you want flavoring just ask in a reply I'll let you know what to get based on your tastes, but it's not necessary and you're trying to go cheap.

    This is the recipe for making flavorless, 12 mg juice.

    You can make an account at that site and adapt that recipe to be higher or lower nicotine if you want.

    I know this seems a lot more expensive than the Ryo cigarettes, but trust me, this makes like a year or two worth of liquid and the mods I suggested have really cheap coils. Please believe me, this is worth every penny of the investment, you will never regret it. If you need help with mixing your first batch of eliquid, go to r/diy_ejuice and look at the new mixer thread in the sidebar. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask me, but comment it cause I don't get message notifications on my phone app.
u/wasomenes · 1 pointr/Vaping

If your in a pinch and need to charge on the go (say in your car or whatever) it works, but for best (and quicker) results. Charge enternally. Here is a link for an external charger.

Happy Vaping :)

u/vh1atomicpunk · 1 pointr/Vaping

It's a definite step up for sure! Since you got two re-buildable devices, you should really invest in some wire and wick. I highly recommend these, available inexpensively on Amazon:

Lightening Vapes 26 gauge Kanthal $4.50 -

Cotton Labo untreated organic cotton pads $8 -

I bought these alongside my first rebuildable 4 months ago and I'm still using both, this supply will last at least a year and you'll get way better results than using those cruddy fasttech pre-mades w/silica.

For ease of use (if you need it), there are plenty of tools out there for the rebuilder like coil jigs, flush wire cutters, screwdriver kits, etc.

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/darkDeluge · 2 pointsr/Vaping

I have that same bag of cotton. I've used cotton bacon and geek vape cotton, but this cotton works the best for me. It's really fluffy and wicks very nicely. Plus you get a shit ton for very inexpensive. $7 on amazon with prime
EDIT: Not available until January 7. Still an excellent deal.

u/SideTraKd · 2 pointsr/Vaping

Try the kit from Nicotine River. It is excellent. I just started, too, a couple of months ago. Like you, I was using the syringes.

Buy this scale and you definitely won't regret it!

I still save all of my recipes on LNW, but be careful with that, too, because if you modify one and save it, it will overwrite the first one, even if you give it a different name. I lost an original version of one of my recipes that way, and it turns out that the modifications I made to it weren't so great... lol

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/senorchip · 2 pointsr/Vaping

you should be good. the vg you use is usp grade which is the same that eliquid manufacturers use. if you want to use different vg i highly recommend essential depot vg. I use it for my diy eliquid & it is great

u/bazooked · 2 pointsr/Vaping

I think that review is mistaken. I just double checked with mine, and if you YouTube 'Mikevapes IPV5' he will confirm not USB chargeable. As far as charger I love my Nitecore I4, but there are a couple of great ones out there. Im just having a straight up brain fart on them (on little sleep this week).

u/I_Say_ · 7 pointsr/Vaping

Whatever you decide to do...make sure you brasso the shit out of it when your done to make it shine like new.

u/SirTimmyTimbit · 3 pointsr/Vaping

Muji has a few retail stores in New York and California. They'd sell it for the same price as online.

You can buy a pack from their online store for $2.50. Lowest shipping option is $5.90, so you're looking at $8.40 for a pack shipped.

Amazon sells a pack for $7.76 shipped, from Tokyo. So you'd be better off ordering from Amazon if one pack of cotton is all you need, and you don't mind waiting.

If you're ordering more than one pack or ordering something else along with it then buy straight from Muji. They have the same cotton in a larger size too. They have tons of cool stuff. Their shirts and bed sheets are really nice too.

u/Freighter109 · 2 pointsr/Vaping

$18.00 per gallon with an additional $9.00 for shipping. If you order two, its the same $9.00 shipping. So comes out to $22.50 each delivered to my door. I have found a few better deals on occasion but I like the square jugs and how they fit my shelves.

u/forwhombagels · 3 pointsr/Vaping

Here is the listing. It is very high quality, and is among the best tasting I've used. I bought it after very little drunken research, in a whim. I am very pleased with it so far.

u/RoseTopaz · 1 pointr/Vaping

I like it!!

Also they’re like silicone bands that protect your glass. I posted an rough example below

amazon link

u/Savens · 1 pointr/Vaping

Thanks for replying. Looking at this for an external charger since people are saying the RX200 USB charging isn't safe/great:

Also, since I'm going to be using the RX200 with Herakles Plus and LG HG2, effectively what settings would I have to change on the device?

  • Amps, Temperature Control, Watts? Anything else? & to what?
u/PressPlayVape · 1 pointr/Vaping

I always use the Puffs Japanese Organic Cotton, cheap and works well. You get like a lifetime supply for $5. You'll see most of the reviews are vapers haha.

u/hav0c15 · 1 pointr/Vaping

Hmm some of those things aren't really necessary and there isn't enough VG/PG to last a while. I would recommend you piece together yourself everything you need and mix by weight. At first I tried mixing by volume but that was inaccurate and my mixes sucked. Here are most of the supplies you'll need.



Nic - I use Vape Clarity nic myself but their warehouse is being rebuilt after a fire so they're not operational until the end of the month. Here's an alternative I saw in the DIY subreddit.

Scale - Make sure to get the 500g one so that it measures out to the hundredths place.

I use to get all the flavors I need in one place.

For bottles, I've just been rinsing out empty bottles my friends give me.

I don't bother with gloves but I use very diluted nic so that's not an issue for me (might want to use them if you have anything over 36mg/ml nic).

Here's the calculator I use and a tutorial.

u/Letskayfun · 1 pointr/Vaping

Muji Japanese cotton that I use and bought from amazon. I would ditch the tweezers and pick a pair up at the drug store. You can also get lightingvapes kanthal and nitecore charger from amazon if you want bundle it all up and save on shipping.

u/PresdentShinra · 2 pointsr/Vaping

If you vape very sweet juice, coil mileage will vary.

Also "vape brand cotton" is a racket. I currently use [this stuff] ( "Un-bleached organic" is what to look for.

Edit: I promise I'm not selling anything. That link is only to reinforce a point.

u/YeahLOLokay · 2 pointsr/Vaping

great charger or for a little bit more money this one . As far as tanks you get the best of both worlds with the iJoy Limitless RDTA Plus, it is rebuildable, and it has a tank. If you're into dripping you can take the cap off and drip instead of filling the tank.

u/MaengDude · 3 pointsr/Vaping

I've tried a few myself. I've settled for the giant bags of organic japanese cotton that you can get on Amazon. I dont notice a difference in taste. My wallet loves it too.


u/d4rch0n · 3 pointsr/Vaping

Make sure you have a charger that stops charging when it's complete:

Most people will probably tell you to just buy new batteries, but if it's just simple wrap damage:

Pretty easy to rewrap them. Plus, you can print out your own custom designs

u/ToriTheTortoise · 3 pointsr/Vaping

I use this: Very cheap and it works great. (Sorry about the link, I'm on mobile)

u/Sampson2612 · 2 pointsr/Vaping

Glad I'm not the only one who noticed this. I got these from Amazon for about $5

u/MistahTrouble · 1 pointr/Vaping

I heard some really good things about the TFV4. My batteries last me a good couple of hours maybe a day depends on your usage & I recently bought my battery charger from Amazon & it came in the mail today but I'm at work. I will let you know. This is the one I bought,

u/060steve · 1 pointr/Vaping

If you have the money, go for: mod batteries charger atomizer or find it here
If not, go for mod this has an in-built battery and is charged via micro usb, which I'm sure you already have a charging cable for that you use with your phone. Same atomiser recommended. I live in the UK, so finding this stuff on US sites was tricky. Let me know if you're looking for something else though :)
Also, this is a great atomiser and this is a great intermediate mod between the other two with 65W of power, but note its requires batteries as the sigelei does

u/adamcboyd · 1 pointr/Vaping

I have this charger...

And these batteries (three kinds) (a week old and not holding charge at all) (at least a year old)

and (probably about 7-10 months old)

I'm sure now this is all wrong and would love the explanation of what I did wrong so I can avoid it again and suggestions on what to buy to maximize my battery life. Even if that means going to a different coil resistance. I am not interested in rebuilding my own however. Thanks again for such quick replies.

u/xTheWind · 1 pointr/Vaping

It was 7 something when I ordered it. Now it's 8.39 (I think) took almost a month to get it but well worth the wait/price.
MUJI Makeup Facial Soft Cut Cotton Unbleached 60x50 mm 180pcs

u/descendus · 2 pointsr/Vaping

battery wise you'll hear a lot of different opinions from different people I have been using the same ones for a long time samsung 25 R. They come in blue and green. The type of battery they are is called an 18650 rechargeable vape battery. You will need a battery charger that works with the 18650's , I use a nitecore intellicharger , it charges all different sizes.

Now you will want at least 2 sets = 4 batteries , the mod uses 2 at a time. You can use one set while you charge the other set. If you have questions about anything else just let me know. Some other people might know where to get those items cheaper also , So , Keep your eye out.

u/soblind90 · 1 pointr/Vaping

This is what I use. I prefer the pads over the puffs. This is enough to last well over a year.

Selena Organic Cotton Puff Size M (200Pc) 2pcs Set

u/PierGarrettinni · 1 pointr/Vaping

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

u/tournant · 1 pointr/Vaping

Trustfire chargers are shite. Get a Nitecore i2 for $13.

u/Bevlar · 2 pointsr/Vaping


I know this doesn't help now but it's cheap and lasts for ages.

u/BigDabWolf · 1 pointr/Vaping

Mothers 05101 Mag & Aluminum Polish - plus a lil’ elbow grease

u/Modki · 1 pointr/Vaping

Here is what I get.

Here is the PG

I get my flavours from wizardlabs

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/Vaping


^That's ^why ^I'm ^here, ^I ^don't ^judge ^you. ^PM ^/u/xl0 ^if ^I'm ^causing ^any ^trouble. ^WUT?

u/kungfugrip99 · 1 pointr/Vaping

How much cheaper do you need to get? I'm not sure I would use anything under $10 when this is so much better.

Edit: Removed item description.

u/Rec0de · 1 pointr/Vaping

Here is my setup:

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/ripvannwinkler · 2 pointsr/Vaping

If you don't even know what the coils are made of, chances are you haven't been brought up to speed on coil resistance and battery safety. You don't mention what kind of mod you're using, but if it's a mech, get a vape shop to help you figure things out before you blow your face off.

That said, here are some things you will need eventually:

u/MrFibs · 2 pointsr/Vaping

Oh honey, no. Mix by weight. Don't be silly.
This scale has been hella dece for me, and I think it's recommended on /r/DIY_eJuice. Get yourself some griffin beakers, fuck graduated cylinders. And then get yourself one of these babies. I was a little skeptical about the milk frothers and the viscosity of VG, but no, the frothers can probably deal with liquids at least twice as viscous as VG. Works like a hot damn. For recipes and batch tracking, I use alltheflavors[.com] myself, I never have to do any sort of math. You can just find any old recipe people have shared on there, and then just buy the flavours you need and go to town.

u/dijoridont · 1 pointr/Vaping

You can find it cheaper elsewhere, but a single bay charger won't help you in your current situation. No pun intended

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/LMC_Production · 0 pointsr/Vaping

It's not ideal, but if you must then make sure you're not using a charger that's rated for more amps than your batteries can handle or you can cause long-term damage to the batteries.

Then again, it's charging 3 batteries at once so it may not make a difference with a usb charger since they rarely go above 2 amps. Maybe someone else can give more insight because it really depends on what's regulating that power input and I don't know a whole lot about it. Also, it's going to charge significantly slower than using an external charger pushing 1 amp through each of the 3 batteries at once than 1 or 2 amps split between them. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong!

Personally I use this.

30 bucks, does it's job and more. 2 years with this thing and I've never had a single issue.

u/video_descriptionbot · 1 pointr/Vaping

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