1. I'm so glad I saw your contest thread on the ECF today! I love reading honest, well-thought-out reviews, and your site fits that mold quite well.

    I'll definitely bookmark your site, and keep coming back for more. ^_^

    1. Author

      Thank you for the kind words! I'm thrilled that you like the site. Be sure to leave a comment on the contest post if you haven't already so you get your entry in for that method too!


  2. Hi, any chance of a followup review? I am finding that longevity and ruggedness are values which are not being reported on, and having amassed a drawer full of broken vaping hardware, I am beginning to think that toughness and simplicity are going to have to be pre-requisites for my next vaping device.

    1. Author

      That's a good idea, and I've pondered kind of long-term test drives off and on. I might look into it, but I tend to go through a lot of gear, which also means I mix things up on a daily basis with new stuff. So, it's a little tricky to get, say, a couple solid months of use out of a specific device.

      1. Do you still use the bolt though? I ordered one yesterday, suppose I'll find out how tough it is soon enough :)

        1. Author

          I dig it out every now and again the last real everyday use it saw was when I did the Kick review. It seems to have held up ok, I did drop it a few times if that helps, I drop almost everything at some point :)

  3. I have a problem with my bolt. There seems to be a problem with atomizer connector. The spring under battery becomes really hot and the atomizer wont fire up. Does anyone know how to replace the atomizer connector?? Thanks

  4. Im new to the bolt…just used the first time tonight. Im curious how to clean the tank when I want to change the liquid that is in there. The one I put in I really dont care for and want to try another flavor but want to remove the old liquid completely first…any suggestions? Please email me …[email removed to protect privacy -sk]

    1. Author

      Honestly, it depends on the cartomizer. Some can be cleaned fairly easily using an ultrasonic cleaner, or using the "dry burn" method (or both). But, sometimes there's a flavor you just can't seem to shake.

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