Questions and Answers
I want to get an Ecig that produces a lot of smoke, but I don't know to much on what there is to know about what makes more smoke and about the battery, tank, so on and so on. Right now I have a Joye Evic and I don't know a lot about e cigs, and I want a mechanical mod and O need to know information on what's a good battery, or tank, and stuff about coil. If y'all could leave basic information on ecigs that'd be great and recommendations on mechanical mods. Thanks!
Ecigs do not produce smoke – they give off water vapor that carries the nicotine. Nicotine in quantity is a poison and modification probably will violate a couple of laws or certainly increase the risk, perhaps to people around you.
And ecigs are supposed to be for getting off of cigarettes, not for a new addiction.
I just converted to the ecigs but after I charge for a day the battery only lasts like 2 hours which is bad because this only defeats its purpose.
Do I have a badd battery or something ?
Small batteries don't last very long and the smaller the less well they work. Marketing hype is usually misleading too, it's common for claims to be made about battery and cartridge life that don't translate to real life use.
The latest bigger battery ecigs do work a lot better than the toy type ones. It's best to do a bit of research before buying, independent vaper forums are good for that.
Also, price does not reflect quality, you can get the best ones for under $90.
Just wondering. Thx.
The metal content in those devices will trip off the alarm. Just keep it stowed away in your carry-on. Ecigs is not a restricted item. (See below.)
From Http://www.tsa.gov ("Can I Bring My.." search tool.)
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Check or Carry-on
You may transport this item in carry-on baggage or in checked baggage. For items you wish to carry-on, you should check with the airline to ensure that the item will fit in the overhead bin or underneath the seat of the airplane.
Please be sure to wrap cords tightly around electronics items and pack your bag in neat layers (layer of clothes, layer of electronics, layer of clothes, layer of shoes, etc.) to help officers get a clear look at your bag.
Even if an item is generally permitted, it may be subject to additional screening or not allowed through the checkpoint if it triggers an alarm during the screening process, appears to have been tampered with, or poses other security concerns. The final decision rests with TSA on whether to allow any items on the plane.