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Does anyone happen to know if there is a model that has some sort of on/off safety switch and not just going every time you happen to push the button?

I have one but I keep burning out the elements when it is in my pocket and I'm walking round.

I'd ask in the shop but they will just try to sell me the most expensive one (as would I).

I don't want to pay an extra $100 for some stupid digital read out.

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I use Cool Fire IV, but with the 25-35w cools.
https://www.innokin.com/vaporizers/cool-fire-iv/

I use nicotine in my tank, so burning higher than 30w can be a bit rough
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Dark wrote:Does anyone happen to know if there is a model that has some sort of on/off safety switch and not just going every time you happen to push the button?

I have one but I keep burning out the elements when it is in my pocket and I'm walking round.

I'd ask in the shop but they will just try to sell me the most expensive one (as would I).

I don't want to pay an extra $100 for some stupid digital read out.

Cheers
Unless you have a really cheap piece of shit they should all have that.

You usually need to press the fire button 3-5 times in rapid succession. Have you tried that?
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I use an aspire device. Click it rapidly 5 times on or off which means you can't accidentally turn it on.
Works for me

Edit, as long as you remember to turn it off. I've only forgotten once, never again!!!!

For reference, mine cost under £50
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I think I have the same as HH but I only used it for one day when I bought it 3 months or more ago. :x

HH, what nicotine strength are you using?
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RuggaBugga wrote:
Dark wrote:Does anyone happen to know if there is a model that has some sort of on/off safety switch and not just going every time you happen to push the button?

I have one but I keep burning out the elements when it is in my pocket and I'm walking round.

I'd ask in the shop but they will just try to sell me the most expensive one (as would I).

I don't want to pay an extra $100 for some stupid digital read out.

Cheers
Unless you have a really cheap piece of shit they should all have that.

You usually need to press the fire button 3-5 times in rapid succession. Have you tried that?
It is indeed a cheap piece of shit
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happyhooker wrote:I use an aspire device. Click it rapidly 5 times on or off which means you can't accidentally turn it on.
Works for me

Edit, as long as you remember to turn it off. I've only forgotten once, never again!!!!

For reference, mine cost under £50
Actually looking at those they are the same price as the one I brought

Is it one of these https://thevapingkiwi.co.nz/aspire-zelos-kit
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Dark wrote:
happyhooker wrote:I use an aspire device. Click it rapidly 5 times on or off which means you can't accidentally turn it on.
Works for me

Edit, as long as you remember to turn it off. I've only forgotten once, never again!!!!

For reference, mine cost under £50
Actually looking at those they are the same price as the one I brought

Is it one of these https://thevapingkiwi.co.nz/aspire-zelos-kit
Aspire would def have a safety function:

Edit here you go

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhAmDthAsCk
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This sort of thing. And fatcat, 6mg.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=aspir ... kFRGC0XWgM:
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I use the Arc Mini which can also be switched off with the 5 x rapid clicks, not that I ever do turn it off mind...
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:thumbup:
RuggaBugga wrote:
Dark wrote:
happyhooker wrote:I use an aspire device. Click it rapidly 5 times on or off which means you can't accidentally turn it on.
Works for me

Edit, as long as you remember to turn it off. I've only forgotten once, never again!!!!

For reference, mine cost under £50
Actually looking at those they are the same price as the one I brought

Is it one of these https://thevapingkiwi.co.nz/aspire-zelos-kit
Aspire would def have a safety function:

Edit here you go

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhAmDthAsCk
:thumbup:

Cheers. That looks really cool
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Dark wrote::thumbup:
RuggaBugga wrote:
Dark wrote:
happyhooker wrote:I use an aspire device. Click it rapidly 5 times on or off which means you can't accidentally turn it on.
Works for me

Edit, as long as you remember to turn it off. I've only forgotten once, never again!!!!

For reference, mine cost under £50
Actually looking at those they are the same price as the one I brought

Is it one of these https://thevapingkiwi.co.nz/aspire-zelos-kit
Aspire would def have a safety function:

Edit here you go

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhAmDthAsCk
:thumbup:

Cheers. That looks really cool
The tank is the shit too if you like mtl vaping. So much flavour
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happyhooker wrote:This sort of thing. And fatcat, 6mg.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=aspir ... kFRGC0XWgM:
Cheers dude.
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Smok Gx2/4.

https://www.ukecigstore.com/smok-gx2-4-vape-kit.html

Absolute beaut. Not at that price though. Got it for about 25 with a tank in a sale. It's a beast, and perfect for locking. Who can be arsed to go through 5 clicks every time you take a puff? Nothing worse than realising you've blown another coil and f**ked your tank and juice, not to mention the smell of a pocket hit.
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aitch@wasps wrote:I use the Arc Mini which can also be switched off with the 5 x rapid clicks, not that I ever do turn it off mind...
Unsurprisingly, every regulated vape ever made can be switched off...
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RodneyRegis wrote:Smok Gx2/4.

https://www.ukecigstore.com/smok-gx2-4-vape-kit.html

Absolute beaut. Not at that price though. Got it for about 25 with a tank in a sale. It's a beast, and perfect for locking. Who can be arsed to go through 5 clicks every time you take a puff? Nothing worse than realising you've blown another coil and f**ked your tank and juice, not to mention the smell of a pocket hit.
It's not everytime you take a puff. Also it takes all of 0.5s
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I always buy the models that don't have inbuilt batteries, as I used to get annoyed having to bin an expensive mod box every time the batteries were fooked.

Currently using a Kangertech Kbox200. Been going strong for 2+ years, and several battery replacements. It holds two 18650 batteries, so can cram in about 6000mAh, and you can just replace them when they stop holding a decent charge. In the UK you can pick them up for £25 to £30 sans batteries.
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RodneyRegis wrote:
aitch@wasps wrote:I use the Arc Mini which can also be switched off with the 5 x rapid clicks, not that I ever do turn it off mind...
Unsurprisingly, every regulated vape ever made can be switched off...
Believe me

Unless I'm even thicker than I realise I am a Kiffer Smoka doesn't
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Sandstorm wrote:Image
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Ok

I'm am even thicker than I thought I was

I just actually read the instruction card

You push it three times to turn it off

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