Building and wicking your RTA can be a pain but the benefits are worth it. I love my Goliath V2 and I use it every day. I like it because I can save money on coils and change my wicks as often as I like. I also use a build that gives me just the right amount of airflow, never leaks and never gives me a dry hit, even with intense chain vaping. Today I’m going to show you my everyday build for my favorite RTA.
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We were somewhere around Mesa, on the edge of the desert when the nicotine began to take hold. I remember saying something like, “I need to rewick, maybe you should drive.” We had four mods, three tanks, two RDAs, a spool of wire, a bag of cotton, a dozen coils, 200mls of juice, eight batteries, high nic, low nic…and also a charger and a rebuild kit. Not that we needed all that for the trip, but once you get locked into a serious vape collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can.
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Last October, we ran a blog about battery safety and marrying your dual battery mods which I recommend if you’d like to learn more about the most important part of your device. Due to the popularity of the Reuleaux and the RX-200, we’re going to touch on the subject again today with regards to 3 battery devices.
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Sometimes it’s just flat-out difficult to decide what kind of atomizer you want to try next. Do you want to go with the convenience of a tank, or the performance of an RDA? This is one of the decisions that can drive a vape completely insane. Luckily, there is a device that provides the best of both worlds: the Rebuildable Tank Atomizer (or RTA).
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If you keep up on the most current hardware, you may have seen something new starting this year. Touchscreen Mods are a thing, and they’re coming to a store near you. The indisputable question is, “Do we even need that?” Well, today we’re going to take a look at the pros and cons of such a feature and you can decide for yourself.
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Mt. Baker Vapor has plenty of serious vape-hobbyists in our workforce. Among them, mixologist Dale Cournoyer has prepared a blog exploring the subtleties and evolution of building coils:
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As some of you might know, ceramic isn’t a new material to the vape world. It is coming back in a big way, with new innovations. We’ve seen the Vapin’ Donuts that never really caught on. We’ve also seen it used as a wicking material with the original Atlantis coil in a powdery, pressed form. Today, we’re going to look at two new products from some unusual suspects looking to bring ceramic back into the limelight.
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Hey there, vape fans! Nickel is becoming very popular in the industry, to the point where even starter kits come with nickel coils. Sometimes with nickel as your very first coil. It is important to know the difference between nickel and kanthal. Today we are going to talk about just that.
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One of the biggest challenges for vapers is finding their ADV. That stands for All Day Vape. It’s a term people use to describe a flavor that they can enjoy for weeks or even months on end. For some people this comes quickly. For others it can be an expensive and often disappointing journey. Today, I’ll give you a few tips to help you along the way. Combined with our Black Friday Sale of 20% off all e-juice (promo code black2015), there’s never been a better time to find your ADV!
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Long ago, RDA’s ruled the land. Simple CE5 clearomizers and cartomizers tried to take the crown. To the user that prefered convenience over all else, they were king. However, when it came to power, flavor and experience, nothing came close to a good old RDA. Fast forward to today: Tanks are gaining major ground with the advent of sub-ohm tanks featuring large airflow, top fill and huge capacities. The lines have become blurred. Many of the advantages that users once cited for RDA superiority have become null points. Today, we’ll look at some of the things that still set them apart, and you can decide for yourself which crown you hold allegiance to.
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