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Advice Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
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Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
im new to vaping if you can't already tell by the fact that I'm using a little ego pen lol but anyways I'm in my first month or so and I've become fascinated with being able to blow huge clouds.. I have a box mod on its way but in the meantime, any suggestions on getting huge boss ass clouds from my current device?
11-01-2016 03:14 PM
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RE: Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
From a ce4?? Not really, you could try different inhaling techniques or maybe drill out the airflow holes

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11-01-2016 03:32 PM
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RE: Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
I figured. Wishful thinking. I just love clouds though! Sounds so stupid when I actually say it though haha 
11-01-2016 04:37 PM
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RE: Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
I was basically you a few months ago. It's a steep learning curve but you learn quickly if you want to. I'd drop the thought of trying to improve your current setup. So what setup do you have on the way?
11-01-2016 05:28 PM
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RE: Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
(11-01-2016 05:28 PM) TinWhisker Wrote:  I was basically you a few months ago. It's a steep learning curve but you learn quickly if you want to. I'd drop the thought of trying to improve your current setup. So what setup do you have on order? 
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i ordered the kangertank sub box mini. Didn't really do much research on different brands or anything til after I ordered it but i think it will be just fine for the time being. Hopefully.. Lol 

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11-01-2016 07:09 PM
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RE: Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
Really wish I could get them to stop leaking through the middle part.. I have top and bottom coil atomizers for the ego and every single one leaks I've tried so many things to fix them but nothing seems to work. And I'm not talking a couple days before they start to gurgle again, I'm talking like 15 minutes. Or using it two different times on and off. 
11-01-2016 07:15 PM
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I think that will be a good second-starter kit, from what I've heard it is pretty reliable.
11-01-2016 07:30 PM
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RE: Basic ego-ce4 vaporizer
Flooding can happen when you take small puffs or fire it up without sucking on it. 
The coil heats up and displaces the juice in the wick but doesn't vaporise all of it, new juice is drawn in by capillary action, but because no/little air was drawn over the coil it still has juice on it, the result is excess juice and the gurgling. 
Once youve got rid of the gurgle, try sucking harder slightly before you press the button and slightly after you let it go, in my experience it should help. 

(The flooding principal is more obvious on my rta's Wink )

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11-01-2016 07:32 PM
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