Am I wrong for wanting the Vaporesso X-Mini to stand on end? It absolutely should and it totally doesn’t and that is crazy obnoxious IMO. The coil heads themselves (X35 Coil) vape really very nice IMO. The airflow kinda overall sucks, but I dig hard on the flavor. Not much else to love about the X-Mini except maybe the battery life.
I’m actually not sure if I said this in the video, but the VooPoo Argus POD is giving me strong V-THRU / V-Mate vibes. Seriously though, this thing vapes awesome. I was only using a 50/50 liquid mix in it, I should have said that in the video. I don’t know right now how well this will hold up to a much thicker juice. The V-Thru / V-Mate pods did, so I have no reason to believe this wouldn’t.
Welcome back to TBN: Industry news, advocacy, and information. Today’s topic is Azim Chowdhury “The Vape Lawyer” is here to discuss all things FDA, CDC, PMTA, and Synthetic Nicotine. We also discuss our new head of the CTP Brian King, it’s not great. We are Danielle-less today so it’s just me holding down the fort.
Thanks for being here and thanks for being down for the cause, any links I mention in the stream will be down below.
In my Suorin Drop 2 video, I told a whole story about the life of these coil heads and how they start super crispy, then quickly become “fine” and just kinda keep going on being “fine”. These Suorin Air Mini coils do the EXACT SAME THING. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it is a consistent thing.
LOVE the style and handfeel of the Suorin Air Mini, feels very “apple” and I like that. Science and education down below.
Ceramic coil heads have been one in the past a bunch, for “cloud chasing” they could never compare with traditional cotton coil heads, then mesh came along and took it even further. BP Mods is trying the ceramic coil heads again with the Pioneer S Tank and man they have come a long way.
The MTL is still kinda less than awesome. Ungodly amounts of liquid are required to prime this thing. The 0.5 restricted lung is absolutely incredible, the airflow gets sharp, but the flavor bangs… it bangs for days and keeps going and bangs harder.
My State Of The Channel Address from last night’s VLOG. Like I said I’m not sure if / when I will get it back for the ReplayCrew. ONWARD!
Sudden Tuesday Build ‘n Chill!! After my recent love affair with some RDTas like the Artemis and the Kumo RDTA and the B-01 for boro, I decided I just wanna try a whole mess of RDTAs! Build em, vape em ( with round wire most likely ), compare em, and discuss why they are suddenly awesome now haha.
Gate is open, come on in, let’s build ‘n chill with some RDTAs fam.
The Suorin Drop 2 does just keep chuggin along. As I said in the video, the initial joy and excitement of a new crispy coil head will slowly fade off into a very ( still good ) fine vape. Airflow is stiff, very stiff, honestly feels more stiff than a few disposables on my desk. 70% VG seems to take down the coil faster than a 50% VG.
Well Hello and Welcome!! Time for some hot vape VLOG DAY action. Much to discuss tonight. YouTube might not actually be a feasible option anymore for vapers. I’m going to stick it out, but the rules are almost un-follow-able. What you SAY in a video can now be used against you.
Retro vape for sure, liquid tasting for sure, beer for sure ( low ABV lol ). Got some news about the American Heart Association, they just continue to lie and lie and lie and lie.
In this video I’m only comparing the Veepon TITA AIO with the DOT AIO V1. I know there is a V2, but I have not tried it yet. Now on to the TITA AIO. As the title says, it’s better than fine, it’s just not amazing.
The handfeel / button placement is great, honestly just like the DOT AIO. The screen is very DNA-ish and is nice and responsive. The TITA AIO does offer a bigger wattage adjustment range than the DOT V1, but the DOT V2 ( which I haven’t tried yet ) does have a screen.