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inferno vaping

Postby alizechaser » Thu Jun 23, 2011 11:14 am

I would like to start vaping with an inferno. Im not gonna buy the starter kit. I would like to do the drip method. Could someone please tell me everything i would need to do this? thank you very much.

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Re: inferno vaping

Postby Spliner » Thu Jun 23, 2011 11:25 am

If it were me...

I'd buy 1 650mAH USB Inferno (any color)
1 Inferno cone (matching color for the 650 USB inferno)
1 USB cable for the inferno
1 Wall wart USB adapter (in case your computer's usb ports can't charge it)
1 drip tip (any color)
2 Magma attys
2 LR Magma attys (or are they Inferno attys now?)
1 or more bottles of liquid.

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The reason I choose the USB versions is because they are versatile. You can charge them from any computer with a USB port, and even if they are run down you can charge them while you vape. They also hold a good charge and I have no problem taking one with me for over half a day to vape on, hell most of mine last me all day at work, then I charge or swap them out at home with a fully charged one.

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Re: inferno vaping

Postby Artist Boy » Thu Jun 23, 2011 11:36 am

There is a drippers Inferno kit you can bu that has everything you would need to get started. The only thing in th ekit you really dont need it the second battery, but it is always good to have spares/back-ups. Which leads me to also recommend picking up a spare Atomizer.
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby BMBteke397 » Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:35 pm

I have to agree with AB, getting the drip tip starter kit with a spare magma atty and a second bottle of juice is the way to go. I would recommend starting with the magma attys, and go to the Low Res atty after you get your feet on the ground in the vaping world.
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby rawrrrdino » Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:38 pm

BMBteke397 wrote:I have to agree with AB, getting the drip tip starter kit with a spare magma atty and a second bottle of juice is the way to go. I would recommend starting with the magma attys, and go to the Low Res atty after you get your feet on the ground in the vaping world.


the inferno drip kit comes with an LR atty ;)

I would consider picking up a standard magma atty just in case you should not care for the LR atty that comes in the kit.
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby PyroTaz » Fri Aug 19, 2011 1:28 pm

I started with the inferno T but quickly add a DT a couple atties and a cone for dripping. Love the tank setup for being mobile and the drip when at home. I should have just bought the dual kit to begin with. The LR atties I added have worked just great. Both setups are great.
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby manysteps » Fri Aug 19, 2011 4:26 pm

In my experience... First of all, buy a kit... it's way cheaper. Just do the math (I did)

If you know you're okay with the "inconvenience" of dripping, then go ahead and save the 15 bucks on the tanks. (I've yet to use mine... and dripping is so much better)

If you're new to vaping, skip the LR attys unless you're willing to go through some during the learning process. (I'm still learning... but the vapor is sooo good!)

Regardless of LR or no-LR, pick up some spare attys... you just never know.
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby AlteredAlice » Tue Oct 02, 2012 8:14 pm

I just got my Inferno and ordered an atomizer along with it. Someone here said that it's a good idea to get an atomizer but I'm not sure why. lol Anyway, how do you use it? Or is there a page that explains general details about the Inferno for people like me who don't know a heck of a lot? I know I found one once but I can't seem to find it now.
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby Artist Boy » Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:14 pm

Here you go dripping instructions can be found in the old kit instructions: inferno-kit-instructions-tankomizer-and-dripping-t9224.html
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Re: inferno vaping

Postby AlteredAlice » Tue Oct 02, 2012 9:18 pm

Oh, thanks Artist Boy! :)
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