Recently, I purchased a Storm Tank from Stormy’s Vapor Cellar. As the name hints, the Storm Tank is what’s known as a “tank mod” with a little extra feature. Tank mods are modified CE2 cartomizer in which the internal workings of the cartomizer are removed and stuffed into a different tube. The original mods used a 3ml BD syringe which happens to fit the CE2 guts perfectly. Bigger tubes eventually replaced the syringes and the tank mod was born.
|Not an ashtray? Ok, these are not cigarettes!|
No, I’m not talking about myself here. I am talking about my favorite electronic cigarette battery, the eGo. While the eGo is far from the most glamorous electronic cigarette in the world, I think of it as the workhorse of personal vaporizers.
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The G4 cartomizer is an interesting addition to the “clearomizer” world. The G4 a clear, fillerless cartomizer that features the heating element located at the bottom part of the tube where the battery connector is. This configuration makes the G4 much more similar to a traditional atomizer and cartridge or tank setup. Additionally, the G4 features super simple filling as there is no gasket at the top of the tube requiring a syringe to fill the tube with eliquid.
The things I’ll do for a little better throat hit! My quest begins with a bottle of ejuice I picked up recently, Ruby Relaxer from VaporRenu. The flavor on this eliquid is fantastic, but it has one major shortcoming: absolutely no throat hit. VaporRenu actually lets you customize the throat hit on their juices and I selected medium, but there’s nothing there, zero, nada, zip.
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I wanted to kick things off with a few words about what is the current workhorse in my stable of PV hardware. This big fella is the new and improved Giantomizer, which is branded as the Maximizer and sold by GotVapes.com. I believe this unit, like its smaller siblings is produced by Royal Smokers.