Freemax Mesh Pro Subohm Tank Review

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.

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The Latest Vape News – The VapePassion Show Episode 100

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.

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E-Juice Review: Fruit Finale by Fresh Pressed Salts

Fruit Finale was sent to me for the purpose of review from CloudCounterVapor.com (get it here), which is both an online vape store and an Austin, TX brick and mortar shop with a big selection of new products.

So Fresh Pressed Salts comes from a company named California Grown E-liquids. ‘Fresh Pressed’ is their first line of what they are calling handcrafted e-juices. I’m not sure exactly what hand-crafted means, because isn’t all of it at first?

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E-Juice Review: Black Note Quartet

This was sent to me for free for the purpose of review from Blacknote.com. Get Blacknote’s Quartet here.

Description

A rare blend with a remarkable flavor, Syrian Latakia tobacco is sun-cured and then smoke-cured using aromatic herbs and fragrant woodsy plants in controlled fires. The result is a peppery, smoky taste that’s as robust as it is delicious.

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The HCigar VT75C Is Short-Circuiting With Some 26650 Batteries

Before releasing the VT75C device, HCigar didn’t seem to test the device with slightly longer 26650 batteries. It turns out that if you use these longer batteries, it can result in the battery short-circuiting and blowing up. Unlike 18650’s, 26650 batteries are not as standardized in size. Some can be up to 2mm longer. HCigar … Read more The HCigar VT75C Is Short-Circuiting With Some 26650 Batteries