After I ordered my V2cig starter kit, and before I even got it and used it, I pretty much had decided I wanted to use e-juice and fill my own cart's because its cheaper and In a pinch I can buy juice locally so don't have to wait or pay for shipping on an an internet order. So far I am having problems with determining when my V2 cartos are "spent". I got menthol and chocolate for my flavors in the starter kit and one of the menthol ones I could definitely taste the "burnt" taste but the rest I could not. So far I've only had 1 where it just COMPLETELY stopped producing vapor (NOT prematurely, and the battery WAS charged) the other ones, including the burnt tasting one still produced vapor (although not as much) when I stopped using them.
This, has led me to wanting to use clearomizers.... plus they just look cool too. Anyways... Been reading some reviews and have been getting alot of opposing views, so I would like to hear from some more people.. So far I am mostly considering the Fluxomizers (the newer ones with indestructable tube) and the Vortex 2.0's. I would love to hear from anyone who has used either of those, especially if you've used both.
I had been leaning towards the Vortex 2.0's. But I'm wondering about the compatability as far as the OHM's are concerned. Keep in mind, my V2 batteries are the newere 4.2v ones. the vortex's only come in 2.4ohm and 3.5ohm. I was thinking that 3.5 would be too high, yes/no? I'd think the vapor production wouldn't be as great... on the other hand I've heard others say that 2.4ohm is too low for 4.2v. I don't wanna be struggling to get a good hit, but on the other hand, I want my batteries to last too (meaning holding charge, NOT how long an individual charge lasts). Where as the fluxos are available in a range of OHM's including 2.6-2.8.
any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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