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“There have been a number of reported instances of children being accidentally poisoned by improperly packaged e-cigarette <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquids,” says Rich Sica, Vice President of Business Development at Comar. “Once children take off the easy-to-remove cap and smell the sweet aroma, they are tempted to taste the contents.”

Available from Comar, SecureCap® Child-Resistant Closure Packages are ideal for securely packaging e-cigarette <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquids. The closure has a unique, patented two-piece push and turn technology that provides maximum security and meets CPSC Protocol Title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1700.2 (Child Resistance Testing).

Comar SecureCap® closures are not only fully child resistant but senior friendly as well. Made of tough, durable polypropylene, they are compatible with most e-cigarette cartridges.

The SecureCap® 15mm closure fits Boston Round bottles: 10mL, 15mL and 30mL. Comar also supplies bottles and tips molded of low density polyethylene (LDPE) for squeezability and maximum flexibility. In addition to its traditional tips, Comar is introducing an E-<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid tip that is long and narrow, designed specifically for use in filling and refilling e-cigarette cartridges.

SecureCap® closures are available in seven distinctive colors: white, red, yellow, green, blue, orange and black. Designed to mimic existing closure systems, the closures do not require downward force to engage their inner and outer components during application of the closure to the bottle. In most cases, the closure can be applied utilizing existing capping equipment.

SecureCap® closures accommodate industry standard bottle finishes and are also available in custom sizes and configurations. In many cases, the design allows for the use of existing materials, minimizing the need for additional testing of packaging stability. For additional information, contact 856-507-5409 or marketing@comar.com.

About Comar, LLC

Comar, LLC is a market leading designer and manufacturer of innovative packaging solutions and <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid dispensing products, serving Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Personal Care, Clinical Diagnostics and related market segments. The company is a primary packaging supplier offering manufacturing services for pharmaceutical and Class 1 medical device molding of dosage delivery systems. Comar is devoted to safely and accurately delivering medications to everyone, and currently has manufacturing locations in North America and Latin America. Visit our website at http://www.comar.com.

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Vaping Properly

Hello, i’m using 16mg nicotine in my Kanger Tech Evod battery and tank, I notice I lose my headbuzz probably after 2-3 hits, then I usually just enjoy the flavor after that, but is there anyway to hold on to that headbuzz longer? Is there a certain method to vaping that I might not be understanding?

 

I usually just take long drags or draw the vapor in then suck really hard, then exhale slowly.

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Visit Dr. Brent Miller of Blackman Grove Dental in Murfressboro, TN for an Oral Cancer Screening

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Oral cancer rates in the United States are growing each year. More than 40,000 people will be diagnosed with around 8,000 dying from this disease. Most who are diagnosed with oral cancer do not live longer than five years after being diagnosed. It has one of the highest death rates among the most common cancers such as thyroid, cervical, or skin cancer. This high death rate can be attributed to fact that oral cancer goes undiagnosed in its early stages. When caught in the later advanced stages, the cancer has normally spread to other parts of the body.

Of course there is no way to know who will get oral cancer but the best way to help protect yourself is to seek out your dentist and have a screening. However, there are a few potential causes that one should be aware of and may help patients minimize ones chances of developing oral cancer.

    Age (most patients diagnosed with oral cancer are over the age of 40; however, there are now a high rise in cases in those under 30)
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Where Is It?

Today, according to my counter, it’s been 500 days since I started vaping full time.  YO! Anyway I was staring wonderingly at the counter thinking I just don’t believe I don’t smoke anymore.  500 days ago, I wouldn’t have thought that possible.  I thought back to my first purchase of cigarettes on 20 November, 1964. I remember the date because it was my grandparent’s 50th wedding anniversary and they’d flown the entire family to Florida to celebrate.  The old folks were doing their typical old folk stuff and I was totally bored so I snuck down to a pier in Ft. Lauderdale and spied a cig machine.  Price? 35 cents.  I casually walked by, and snuck in a quarter and continued walking, not wanting anyone to catch me.  I strolled back and slipped in a dime and walked on.  I turned back and pulled a lever.  Out dropped a pack.  I slipped it into my pants and ran back to the hotel.  My choice?  Kent. Why? because the label on the machine said “King Size” so I thought they would be bigger and I’d get a bigger bang for my 35cents.  What do 12 year olds know.  Sheesh!  Anyway, on the big airliner back to Connecticut, with the piston engines belching blue flames, I was daydreaming about exactly which grove of trees I’d go to smoke them and who I would invite to share. 

 

But back to the counter and today….. I also noted that my counter said I’d saved well over $10,000!  Well that’s not exactly honest because I enter the figures in Rinngit Malaysia which are worth about 3 to the US dollar.  Cigs cost RM 13 here so a bit over $4, but that’s still over $3000!  So I looked in my wallet and guess what? no RM 10,000.  So where did it all go?  I’ve no bloody idea?  I haven’t changed anything else, my salary isn’t any different, and I think I drink less beer, because since I stopped smoking, 1 beer seems to have the effect of 1.5 beers when I was smoking.  So where’s the money?

Any ideas?   I was looking to buy a toy for myself to celebrate being smoke free and that US $3000 would make a great down payment on a beautiful 1964 Imperial LeBaron by Chrysler I’ve had my eye on lately but I can’t find it.  I’ve really only spent about 500 bucks on vaping stuff since I started, so it’s not that.

Resistance inquiry

Okay, I know there’s oodles of info here somewhere, but I’ve done searches for ‘coils’, ‘resistance’, and ‘ohms’, but the ‘loading’ process goes on for hours, so I give up.

 

So, can someone give me some links to discussions about ‘coil resistance’?  I’m trying to figure which one I should be using with standard 3.7 batts. I think I’m using 1.8 ohms, and the only thing that seems to give me a decent pull is the one VV batt I have when cranked up.

 

Anyway, just looking to read some old threads if I can locate them.

 

Thanks.

 

BTW, still have the last unopened pack of analogs I purchased on July 1, 2013. I still love looking at it and thinking ‘uck’.