• A6 Atomizer Review

    Author BandWidth

    I've had this one sitting around for awhile and I finally decided to post something on it. This is a tricky little atomizer to talk about because it has some good points and some bad points, and it's upside is also it's downside. We'll get to that in a minute here, but first off let's get to what it is. It is a tiny little dripping atomizer that is set up for dual coils. It has 3 posts (one positive and two negative) and dual air holes in the cap. The air holes are a little small, but as I have done here they can be easily drilled out. The atomizer is available in Stainless Steel (the one used in this review) or aluminum. It is basically the diameter of an eGo battery at 14.25 mm.

  • An Open Letter To My Ex

    An Open Letter To My Ex

    Author BandWidth

    Dear Ex, I know I'm the last person you want to hear from. It's been years since we were an item, and you have a new life now. Let me assure you that I am not trying to change that. I'm writing you because of some bad treatment that my brother has reported suffering at your hands. First let me say that I understand that I am not a very good guy. To complicate matters, I was absolutely terrible for you. That having been said, it is not fair to punish him for the bad things that I did to you. You have successfully driven me out of your life, and even got many of your friends and family to abandon me as well. Fair enough, I probably deserve that. My brother does not.

  • iTaste MVP 2.0 Review

    iTaste MVP 2.0 Review

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    At some point in time, most vapers have owned an eGo or an Evod. Chances are they will advance to a twist or a spinner. While these are a step up, there are still some serious limitations to these devices. If you find yourself at this point and you are ready to move on, the iTaste MVP is a reasonably priced option that you might want to look into. Recently I won one of these devices in a contest over at Dirty Heathens, so I decided to do a quick review on it to get a feel for what it is all about and see if it is the next logical step in vaping. With both variable voltage and variable wattage, it has what most vapers are looking for in a device, but is it worth the money? First let's look at the specs on this device.

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    EonSmoke Eternity Kit Review

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    Awhile back the folks over at EonSmoke asked me to review their 808 starter kit and disposable e-cigs. Since I started out with a similar kit myself I was happy to do the review. Recently they came back for another round asking me to review their new line of e-liquids. While I was happy to do so, I was unaware that they had come out with a new starter kit to go with these liquids. They included an EonSmoke Eternity kit in the package they sent me, so we will take a look at this new kit and 5 flavors from their new line of e-liquids in this review. The kit includes 1 battery, a clearomizer, and a charger. This sure beats the hell out of refilling cartomizers so let's take a look at it.

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    Stigx Electronic Cigarette Review

    Author BandWidth

    This electronic cigarette was sent to me by the folks over at Stigx. They are a company based out of the Netherlands and offer a line of eliquids and the electronic cigarette featured in this review. They advertise free shipping on all orders over $25 (I'm not sure that that applies to international shipments) and from my experience, their shipping time to the U.S. is about 5 days. The e-cig is available in black, silver, and white and the one sent to me for purposes of review is the white model. The clearomizer is eGo threaded and will not work with a standard 510 connection but the battery has both eGo and 510 threading, so standard 510 threaded devices will work with the battery.

BOLT Into The New Year

on Tuesday, 20 November 2012. Views: 143119 Posted in Intermediate

We're giving away a Smoktech Bolt to help you start vaping right in 2013.

BOLT Into The New Year

One of the most common frustrations of people who are attempting to switch from analog cigarettes to the electronic ones is battery life. Unless you have a passthrough or a personal charging case, it can be difficult to keep a fresh battery around when you are on the go. And of course, if you run out of batteries when you are out and about, you will be very tempted to stop and pick up a pack of smokes. Recently, I was able to get one heck of a deal on a Smoktech Bolt, and since I already have my preferred vaping devices, I decided to pass it along to one of our lucky readers. If you are a vaper that is frustrated with short battery life, than perhaps this is the device for you.

First off, let's start with how you win. Because this contest will be held in conjunction with VaperSpace.com, you will need to be a member of that site to enter the contest. Once you have joined up, you will need to submit a picture of yourself with your current e-cig in this forum post. If you are shy, no worries. Just post a pic of your device. If you have not yet made the switch to electronic cigarettes, that is fine too. Just post a picture of you with your analog cigarette.

Images that are posted to the forum will then be posted by an administrator into our Smokey and the Bandwidth Facebook group. There, members will be able to "like" the pictures, and whichever picture has the most "likes" on January 1st 2013 will win the contest. In the event that there is a tie, we will use a random number generator to select the winner, and in the event of this happening pictures will be numbered in the order in which they were received.

Now, for what you will be winning. What we are giving away is...

  1. 1 Smoktech Bolt with extender cap
  2. 2 Protected Li Ion 2000 mah 18650 TrustFire batteries
  3. 1 single bay charger
  4. 1 Smoktech Screw Tank
  5. 1 510 atomizer
  6. 5 blank (empty) 510 SR Cartomizers
  7. 2 drip tips
  8. 1 small eGo style carrying case.

Here is the kit with all of its contents pictured below. This is the exact kit that the winner will be receiving, not a stock photo.

Smoktech Bolt Starter Kit

As you can see here, the device that we are offering is the Black Chrome or Gun Metal Black style. Everything in the kit is brand new and acquired specifically for this contest.

For those who are not familiar with this device, it is a very simple tube mod. It is simply a metal case for the battery with a button to activate the device. There are no lights, menus, or settings on it. It will vape at the voltage to which the battery inserted is charged. Thus, on a full charge it will vape at 4.2 volts and it will drop off from there down to as low as 3.5 volts before it needs to be charged. Because none of the battery power is wasted on led screens or lights, you will get a very long life out of these batteries before they need to be recharged. Moderate to heavy vapers can expect to get a day and a half to two days off of a single charge.

As always, users should familiarize themselves with Lithium Ion batteries before using them to ensure that they are aware of the potential hazards of these devices and how to safely use them. Furthermore, I would recommend that the winner of this device consider purchasing some IMR batteries when it comes time to replace these as they tend to be a safer battery. Of course, that is entirely up to the winner of the contest who will assume all risks of using the device. It should also be noted that this device is designed to be used along with a liquid that contains nicotine, and therefore you must be 18 yrs of age or older to enter and or win the contest. Furthermore, due to regulations on the international shipment of Li Ion batteries, this contest is only open to residents of the United States.

Comments (14)

  • AllenTN

    07 April 2013 at 14:17 |
    simply stopping by to say hello
  • xumwylzozu

    11 April 2013 at 02:44 |
    This looks like a nice kit, but it looks as if I am a little late.
    • BandWidth

      11 April 2013 at 03:40 |
      Late for this one and early for the next one. Stay tuned.
  • ltezywwycf

    11 April 2013 at 16:18 |
    Watching the Masters and vaping on my Bolt. Loving it.
  • ihytvavdmm

    23 April 2013 at 13:04 |
    I love playing sports, so I don't want to smoke and hurt my lungs. I decided to try out e-cigs so I read your post here. I decided to get one of these and I was surprised at how big it is. It works great around the house and stuff but it is too big to take out to the park or whatever. What do you recommend that is more portable?
  • evonoLexnum

    24 April 2013 at 03:06 |
    Are electronic cigarettes safe for pregnant women?
  • NodaEfinSpammer

    29 April 2013 at 12:03 |
    I'm not a spammer, but you never post my comments. Is it my links? These are my videos. It's starting to piss me off. If you don't want comments turn them off. I'm just trying to share my shit and reply to your stuff. Damn. Watch you post this one that has no insightful comments, and then I will curse you until the day I die. Seriously dood. Don't post this one, but quit spam blocking my shit. Ok?
  • Seipsceve

    13 May 2013 at 12:46 |
    My kid has asthma, so I had to do something. It was too late for me to enter this contest, but I followed your link to my vapor story and ordered one of these. I hope it works and I like it. They have a Pina Colada juice on their site. I just put the battery in, put the juice in the screw tank, and hit the button right? Cheers.
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    • BandWidth

      10 April 2014 at 20:45 |
      Here's a good starter. iTaste VTR with AW IMR batteries, 2.5 ohm SmokTech dual coil cartos, and a 19mm carto tank from IBTanked. Can't go wrong with that gear.
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