A PBusardo Video – The Evolv/Innokin Collaboration
In this video we hear from Evolv (Brandon & John) and Innokin (George) over their collaboration in using Evolv electronics in the Innokin products.
My apologies for the background noise, but it was recorded in the working Evolv facility.
Hope you enjoy it and find it interesting!!
Someone, somewhere must have posted information about the Evoke and I’ve received about 30 emails asking me if I know about it. The answer is yes. I actually paid into the IndieGogo Early Bird campaign when I first heard about it with the hope of getting an early unit.
This device is being touted as…
The First Smart Vaporizer Powered By Induction
Bottom line, I’ll believe it when I vape it!
In the meantime, if you’re interested in reading more CLICK HERE!
Ok Gang, CASAA has issued their Fourth Call To Action. It’s time to submit the comments you’ve prepared. PLEASE take action and SHARE!!
Click THIS LINK for all the details and instructions.
In the first Call to Prepare, you created some comments that addressed several substantive points. This second Call to Prepare is your opportunity to add to that content. Instructions on actually filing your comment to the FDA will be contained in the Fourth Call to Action that will be issued tomorrow, July 24, 2014.
Click THIS LINK for additional details and instructions.
I’m happy to report that Carbon Method has contacted me regarding the switch issue on the Radix box. The news is good. Look for a follow-up on the follow-up soon.
For those of you who asked about the t-shirt, click the image below. It’s from All About Vapor!
A PBusardo Video – Wick Testing
In this video we take a look at 4 popular wick materials…
- Organic Cotton Balls
- Japanese Cotton Sheets (Koh Gen Do)
- CelluCotton (Rayon)
We talk about them, wick test them, burn them, taste them, vape them and talk all about them.
This is certainly not the end all, be all list of wicking materials, but it’s some I’ve been using to easily wick, remove, and re-wick my coils. Sorry I didn’t have the time to get “Cotton Bacon” in this round.
The Post Review Follow-up:
- 7/23/14 – Something not elaborated on in the video was ease of use. I thought they were all pretty easy to use when it came to wicking. The hemp bunched up at times when working it through the coil, but it wasn’t a big deal. Remember to cut the Japanese Cotton along the fibers. This will make it wick better and make it stronger for working it though your coil.
- 7/23/14 – I got a fair amount of “popping” from the Rayon, this usually tells me that not enough material was used. Since the Rayon doesn’t seem to expand as much, you may want to keep that in mind and be sure you have enough of it through your coil. Make sure it’s nice and snug in there.