The Freemax Mesh Pro Subohm tank was sent to me for review from BuyBest.com. Get it here (affiliate). Freemax claims that this is the world’s first double, triple, and quad mesh coil sub-ohm tank on the market. It’s been out for a few months now so they aren’t the only ones on the market with a tank like this today, but this one is worth checking out.
I’ll cut right to the chase – HeavenGift’s launched a new YouTube channel and they let me know that they plan to run a bunch of giveaways soon. So you’ll want to subscribe 😉
They are also doing demonstrations of their newest products, which is a great way to stay up to date with what’s hitting the market. I’ve found that HeavenGifts.com usually has the latest products before most other vendors, so it’s a good way to get ahead of the game.
Heaven Gifts has been a great partner to work with so I wanted to help them spread the word. Check out their channel here.
- $17.99 – 60ml
- 0, 3, and 6mg nicotine
- VG/PG ratio – unknown
Some of the topics discussed include:
- Let’s Talk History: What Is RY4 E-Juice
- Why Does The Vape Community Hate Weed Smokers?
- Voluntary Safety Recall on the Vuse Vibe
- Schools Removing Bathroom Stall Doors To Prevent Vaping and Smoking
- Juul Announces a Plan to Combat Underage Use
- Old School Vape Review: IJOY Tornado Nano
Links to everything I talk about are below.
Have you all seen the video that went viral a few days ago of a girl vaping and blowing the vapor out of her ears? How many of you can do it? If you can’t do it, don’t bother practicing because it’s not a trick that can be learned or perfected.
The reason some people can blow vapor or smoke out of their ears is due to perforated eardrums. There’s a tube that connects your nasal cavity to your ear, but there’s a membrane that blocks anything from going through either side of it. According to Dr. Gary Larson, the only way vapor can come through the membrane is if there’s a hole in it.
So if anything, blowing vapor through your ear could be a good test to find out if you need to go to the doctor to get your eardrum fixed, which you should do because a hole in your eardrum can cause increased ear infections and hearing loss.