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For Trading February 6th

For Trading February 6th PELETON MISS, DIS & QCOM BEAT
Even ENERGY Recovers
ISM better than expected.
Today’s market was off to the races from the start on the third day of China manufacturing money it does not have to buoy their markets (a move that never works long term) and after telling the world things were better, they spilled the beans that it just isn’t true. While it helped BABA trade up to $230 premarket, by 10:30 -11:00 it was $217.54 and while it did regain a bit, it still finished $22.22, well off the highs, same thing for BIDU about $5 off its high. We closed at new highs in NASDAQ and S&P 500, while the DJIA missed by a bit, but did close near the high of + 501 with a finish of +483.22 (1.68%), NASDAQ +40.71 (.43%), S&P 500 +37.10 (1.13%), the Russell +25.16 (1.52%) and the DJ Transports +145 .81 (1.35%). Market internals were strong, but not excessive at 3:1 on NYSE and 2:1 on the NAZ. The DJIA was 4:1 with the big losers, DIS -23 and MRK -17 DPs while we had the biggest winner, UNH +100DP’s, BA +79, IBM +49 and MMM +35. All in all, a very strong day. Questionable news, but the result positive. Energy, healthcare and financials were higher and real estate and communication services were lower.
Just a quote I happened to come across in what I call “beach reading” by James Patterson, that really hit home in this current political season, by Plato, “One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.”
Our “open forum” on Discord, which allows me to interact with subscribers and others to allow direct questions and chart opinions on just about any stock, continues to grow with more participants every day. It is informative and allows me to share insights as the market is open and moving. The link is: and I will be there and active from before the open and all day. It’s a great place to share ideas and gain some insights.
SECTORS: Other names in the news: The big news the initial lies from China, later admitted to, that yesterday was the biggest number of new cases of just over 3,100. Today, as it turns out is +2900 or so, and an admitted death number of just under 600. Really? I’m not a believer. The number is still 10X what they admit.
DIS had great numbers last night even with the closure of both Shanghai and Hong Kong, the big surprise was the number of participants in Disney’s streaming service. The original estimate was for 30 million by 2024, and the actual number is already 28.6 million. The stock had been up just under $135 a week ago, but it also had 3 gaps higher, and as I mentioned when we shorted RAD, that is almost always an “exhaustion” and causes a pullback. I don’t think we can compare RAD and DIS, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the selloff from $147.30 to a low of $138.57 will give us a reasonable entry point. IRBT reported a soft Q4 but a great year and the stock rallied from a close of $49.11 to hit $60.90 before falling back to $50.34 + 1.23. Peloton (PTON) beat on revenues but missed on earnings. The company’s attitude of growth “at all costs” is not something that Wall Street is tolerant of these days and the stock, which fell from its IPO to a low of $20.46 and then moved back $37 had closed $32.70 fell to $27.30 and is currently $30.10 -2.60. On the IPO front, Casper (mattress) CSPR, was originally to be priced from $17-19, and lowered to $12–13 was priced @$12, and will start trading tomorrow. One of the biggest gainers was BIIB, who won its case with MYL over the patent for Tecfidera, its blockbuster MS drug, which produced revenues of $4.4Billion in 2019. Also on the schedule for FDA approval is Aducanumab, their investigative Alzheimer’s treatment. The stock was $332.87 +49.58 (17.5%) after trading as high as $374.99 during the day.
BIOPHARMA: was HIGHER with BIIB +49.96 (see above), ABBV +2.74, REGN +16, ISRG +2.49, MYL +.65, TEVA +.03, VRTX +1.90, BHC +.24, INCY + 2.12, ICPT +.31, LABU +4.02 and IBB $122.25 +3.70 (3.12%).
CANNABIS: stocks were MIXED TO LOWER with TLRY -.52, CGC -.88, CRON -.15, GWPH +.56, ACB -.03, PYX -.13, APHA -.14, NBEV +.08, ACRGF -.09, CURLF -.20, KERN +.10 and MJ $16.72 -.24 (1.42%).
DEFENSE: was HIGHER with LMT +4.41, RTN +2.43, GD +4.44, TXT +.03, UTX +2.63, NOC +5.99, BWXT +.98, TDY +1.82, and ITA $234.89 +3.78 (1.64%).
RETAIL was HIGHER with M +.98 (on new store closings), JWN +2.16, DDS +2.42, KSS +2.78, JCP +.01, WMT +1.68, TGT +2.35, TJX -.94, RL -1.17, UAA -.06, LULU -3.50, TPR +1.19, CPRI +2.55, and XRT $44.86 +1.03 (2.35%).
FAANG and Big Cap: were MIXED with GOOGL +.64, AMZN -8.67, AAPL +2.95, FB +.27, NFLX +.29, NVDA +3.67, TSLA -156.07 (17.59%), BABA -1.63, BIDU -.61, IBM +6.89, DIS -3.37, BA +11.06, CAT +3.93 and XLK $99.80 +.68 (.69%).
FINANCIALS were HIGHER with rates and GS +2.91, JPM +2.33, BAC +1.09, MS +1.08, C +2.32, PNC +3.13, AIG +1.83, TRV +4.20, AXP +2.08, and XLF $31.09 +.63 (2.07%).
OIL, $50.75 + 1.14. Today’s action was a rally off the lows below $50, closing near the highs. The stocks were HIGHER with the oil market, even XOM +2.79, and XLE $55.21 +2.28 (4.31%).
METALS, GOLD: $1,562.80 +7.30 after breaking out and tried overnight to make it back over $1,600, but failed and closed near the low of the day. We ran into some excessive supply at $1,598.50 and turning prices back today. We bought the GLD 2/149 calls @ $1.10 and got stopped out yesterday @ $ .55 on the 50% Down Rule.
BITCOIN: closed $9,830 +575. We broke to the upside last week and managed a close on the highs and continue today, touching $9,995. We are back into the supply around the round number @ $10,000. We own 750 GBTC with an average of $8.89. GBTC closed $11.51 + .97 today.
Tomorrow is another day.
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Observations by Singaporean(s) at Oxford


The Ultimate Encyclopaedia of Singaporean Students at Oxford
  1. The Triple Threat: Chinese, Christian, Government Scholarship holder. Ultra-anglicized scions of the colonial bureaucracy. Grew up in Bukit Timah with multiple generations of family members having attended mission schools before heading to the Raffles or Anglo-Chinese School finishing schools. Knows more Latin than local dialect. Highly familiar with western classical music and literature. Quickly learns upon arrival that you don’t make friends with contemporary Brits by dropping Jane Eyre references and quickly masters Zadie Smith and trap. Learns to distinguish the right kind of woke (environmental charities and effective altruism) from the wrong kind (Rhodes Must Fall) and shuts up about the latter while running to be the face of diversity initiatives. Typically the only students of Asian ethnicity involved in incredibly white shit like choir (not rowing, because these types are either very skinny or quite fat). Graduates from Oxford with a solid First, and returns to rise quickly in a government that gives them extraordinary latitude to impose their versions of Plato’s Republic on the socially-housed denizens of Singapore. No qualms because deep down inside, they know they are born to rule.
  2. The Trapped Intellectual: ultra-brainy middle-class kid who couldn’t have afforded Oxford if not for a civil-service scholarship. Really should have studied locally and then gone straight for a PhD. Probably the most brilliant student in JC and definitely took Knowledge and Inquiry (KI) as an A level subject. Realises upon arrival at Oxford that it is hardly an intellectual nirvana at the undergraduate level and starts to regret the decision. A true, dyed in wool liberal, a soul fitted for the life of the mind but forced into government. Frustrated intellectual ambitions will be coped with by writing copious amounts of poetry - some of which will turn out to be quite good - while a middling civil servant, thus fulfilling to a tee the archetype of the Tang Dynasty Bureaucrat-Poet.
  3. The Scientist: Schooled all the way through in Hwa Chong, RVHS, Dunman. Almost always middle class, but once in a blue moon you get someone descended from a rubbetin/finance/real estate billionaire clan. Partially conversant in the Confucian Classics and semi-competitive in games like Chess and Go. Can always be relied on last minute to play Dota but still hands in problem sets on time. Unfailingly turns up CNY event for cheap and good food. Probably bought few thousand dollars worth of Bitcoin in 2015. Will go on to do a PhD in the sciences, and have lots well-remunerated and intellectually fulfilling career options. Aside from the occasional sexist remark about women in STEM, there's really not much else you can hold against them. Attributes their high-functioning, well-adjusted nature to the strong cultivating aspects of their classic education, grounded in 5,000 years of Chinese Wisdom which they, as true heirs to the Chinese Civilisation, helped safeguard from Evil Communists.
  4. ​The Hipster Undergrad: Usually female. Excited to come to do History, Literature or Geography, but shit goes downhill after not getting into anything for Spring Week. Takes good photos in Eastern Europe though. If finds a rich white person to marry during undergrad, will go on to work in a media job in London. If that fails, heads to America on Daddy’s coin to do a masters’ degree in another hipster subject, writes sad research paper coining terms like "Decolonial Aesthesis” to rationalise failed attempts to assimilate into British High Culture.
  5. The Careerist: Law, E&M or PPE (without scholarship). Strong minority. Came here because they knew exactly what they wanted to do - which is that they had no idea what they actually wanted to do aside from getting into the most prestigious internships/universities/jobs possible. Makes CNY and Formal Dinners tedious once critical mass of them exceeds a certain proportion.
  6. The Philosopher King: Related by blood to Lee Kuan Yew, and living embodiment of the triumvirate of Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Becomes Best Speaker In the World while winning the Gibbs Prize easily, and tops the MPhil in Economics while supported by a Clarendon. Gets into Harvard and then pursues research in Mechanism Design, the hardest, truest and purest branch of microeconomic theory. Tries not to be involved in family feuds but has to step in when the Democracy of the Republic is at stake.
  7. The Debater: PPEist has always aspired to be 6 but with mixed success due to lack of 166 IQ royal blood.
  8. The FOB Postgrad: Spends way too long being initially over-awed by Oxford and taking embarrassing pictures. Glad they finally made it to this hallowed institution of Singaporean elite culture, but a bit insecure that they didn’t do so for undergrad. However, their confidence grows from strength to strength as they start make contributions to the sum of human knowledge and learn how to use the Manual setting on the DSLR.
  9. The Aesthete Postgrad: Doing a DPhil in History, Literature or Oriental Studies. Plays multiple instruments, some of them very obscure. Comes to Oxford already skilled in hipstercraft such as film photography, bicycle repair and tea brewing, even though literally no one does this back home. Generally liked by everyone, but quite reclusive. Underestimated how Conservative the humanities and social sciences departments at Oxford are, and sometimes fantasise about having gone to Cambridge or SOAS instead. Marries a native brit to secure residence while pursuing their low-income, dead-end careers. Happiness and overall sense of well-being and life progress in their 20s bought from wilful ignorance of how brutal the academic job markets in their fields actually are.
  10. ​The International School Kid: hello
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Some believe that blockchains today are comparable to the Internet of the 1990s. I think we are actually much closer to the 70s and 80s in terms of utilization and adoption. But just as we find ourselves in a swelling informational singularity - soon we will be contributors to a financial one.

This is both good and bad. It's torturous because while I know that some of us can see the eventual global dominance that blockchain tech will hold over the financial system, we groan when we think of the mountain of hard work (and time) that lie between us and that destination.
The good news is that because it is still early we have a chance to truly aid this technology in its infancy, and play a significant role in an arena that will be eventually remembered as one of the significant turning points in human history.
For your consideration:
"Colossal Cave Adventure, created in 1975 by Will Crowther on a DEC PDP-10 computer, was the first widely used adventure game. The game was significantly expanded in 1976 by Don Woods. Also called Adventure, it contained many D&D features and references, including a computer controlled dungeon master.[15][16]
Numerous graphical MUDs were created on the PLATO system at the University of Illinois and other American universities that used PLATO, beginning in 1975. Among them were "pedit5," "oubliette," "moria," "avathar," "krozair," "dungeon," "dnd," "crypt," and "drygulch." By 1978-79, PLATO MUDs were heavily in use on various PLATO systems, and exhibited a marked increase in sophistication in terms of 3D graphics, storytelling, user involvement, team play, and depth of objects and monsters in the dungeons. PLATO MUDs are often ignored by historians and by the creators of other MUDs whose work came later."
Why does that matter? MUDs represented one of the first 'fun' ways of using this new internet technology in an intuitive way that made sense to most normie nerds of the day. It was hard at the time to truly grasp the power of a decentralized informational network ('don't we already have TV?') but the application of being able to contribute to a shared fantasy environment, even if you had to use your imagination heavily, was easy to understand. People of the day would have been forgiven for imagining that this was the ultimate application of this odd new network, but in truth this was but a small representation of the eventual global dominance of this emerging technology.
The metaphor is applicable today. We are finally seeing the first true uses of blockchains for gaming, via the Counterparty (XCP) network on top of Bitcoin. Now to be honest, XCP is raw and rough, but it does what it set out to do - make abstract crypto-token implementation accessible to everyone and allow easy integration of these concepts in third party projects. Some of these are the grassroots Pepecash and Rare Pepe project ( and the more professional Bitcrystals and Spells of Genesis tokens ( Both of these are significant because they are the first MUD equivalents for blockchains. I realize here in the Monero community we have CryptoKingdom which was notable for being one of the first projects to actually incorporate XMR in a game environment, but because the servers and assets are still centralized it doesn't count as true blockchain integration yet. I do have faith though that a.) there will eventually exist a secondary asset layer to Monero and b.) CryptoKingdom and others will likely establish some sort of game presence in this future layer.
So in many respects we are much closer to 1975 in blockchain history than 1995.
"But what about Monero?" you may ask. Does that not prove we are on the cusp of a next generation network standard that will go mainstream? Well, this is a tricky question. While it's true that https standards didn't come about until 1994 ( we also have to recognize that much of the cryptography that enabled encrypted connections was in development during the early advent of the internet, not to mention was highly classified (
So we have to stir together many factors to make a quality estimate on where we are in the history of blockchains, but I personally propose we are solidly in the equivalent of the early 80s. It is also important to note that due to the exponential nature of technological progress, the history of blockchains will move more rapidly than the history of the Internet did, just as it progressed more rapidly than the rise of radio waves before it.
As well we should recognize that just as the Internet incorporated many new ideas in math and computer science as it grew (such as encryption) so too will blockchains eventually incorporate emerging ideas in fields such as AI and virtual reality. If Monero is our first quality "encrypted connection" standard, we should expect many more innovations along this road in coming years. I don't believe it will take decades.
To the contrary, I think that by the early 2020s we will be firmly approaching the dot-com boom period of the late 90s when the public's imagination became mass captivated by this new networking technology, and they imagined a flood of ways to capitalize on it. Of course it was too much and too soon, just as it will also be for us in a few years. As well, just as some hardcore wizards couldn't imagine advances like data-sharing via torrents a few years prior to their rise, we also should expect a few new twists and turns along the way.
To give you one potential example, perhaps you are fully vested in the future of AI and also enjoy blockchains, but have you envisioned an advanced network where an open-source AI judges the quality of your submissions and proposals and directs proportional resources into your address from transaction fees? Who ever said that UBI had to be socialist? Technocracy may be much closer than many realize. Or consider a virtual world where every square meter of its real estate is represented in colored blockchain tokens. We might call it the BitWorld standard.
My ultimate point is that it is still very early, and we are not adopters of this miraculous tech - we are pioneers in a brave new cypherpunk paradise. This is a journey that will take all of us further than even the most imaginative can dream, and similar to how most people find themselves shocked they can't answer the question of how this informational singularity known as the Internet came to exist, in distant decades they won't be able to say with certainty how the financial singularity they use every day came to exist either. But the answer is us, right now, doing what we are doing every day.
If you are read these words any time remotely near to when they were written, you can rest assured you are one of the most important humans that will ever live.
Or at least, you have the opportunity to be.
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[WTS] Temp Control Box Mods, Tanks, Ejuice, Batteries and more

Everybody who put in orders should have a short update in their emails
This round is closed
This listing will be open till August 17th and items should get to me around the 20th and I plan to ship everything out on Friday the 21st. Payments accepted will be Paypal and Bitcoin only. If using Paypal I'd prefer using friends and family but I have no problem using goods and services as long as you pay the 4% PP fee.
I will be using USPS Priority for shipping. Small flat rate is $6 and Medium is $13. Payment for the items will be due by the 17th and shipping costs will be due before I ship the items
Last Minute Additions Added iCloudCig FishBone RDA Plato Wire Cutter $5 Coil Master Stainless Steel / Ceramic Tweezers - Sharp White Tips $10 Coil Master 5 in 1 Kanthal Wire Jig $12 Available in Black, Blue, or Red Coil Master Tool Kit $40 The Coil Master tool kit is an all-in-one kit for rebuilders! Contents: Tool Case Flush Cut Pliers Ceramic Tweezers Stainless Steel Elbow Tweezers Pen-style Screwdriver Kit Plastic Box to store parts Stainless Steel Scissors Ohm Meter Coil Master Coiling Kit with Pouch
Batteries Aosibo 18650 1600mAh 30A Flat Top 2 pack $15 Aosibo 18650 2100mAh 40A Flat Top 2 pack $15 Aosibo 18650 2500mAh 35A Flat Top 2 pack $16 Aosibo 18650 2600mAh 60A Flat Top 2 pack $20 Aosibo 18650 2900mAh 35A Flat Top 2 pack $20 Aosibo 18650 3200mAh 20A Flat Top 2 pack $20 AWT 18650 2000mAh 30A 2 pack $18 AWT 18650 2500mAh 35A 2 Pack $18 AWT 18650 2600mAh 40A 2 Pack $20 AWT 18650 3000mAh 35A 2 pack $20 AWT 26650 4500mAh 75A 2 pack $25 AWT 26650 5200mAh 45A 2 pack $25 Efest Purple 26650 4200mAh 2 Pack $20 Efest Purple 18650 2800mah 2 Pack $17 Efest Purple 18650 3100mah 2 Pack $17 LG HG2 18650 20A 3000mah 2 pack $16 LG HB6 30A 18650 1500mAh Competition Battery 2 pack $12 LG HE4 20A 18650 2500mAh Battery 2 pack $14 MXJO IMR 18650 2800mah 2 pack $16 Samsung 25R 18650 2500mAh Teal 2 pack $14 Sony VTC4 18650 2100mah 2 pack $17 Sony VTC5 18650 2600mah 2 pack $20 VAMPED 18650 2300mAh 40A Black 2 pack $17 VAMPED 18650 2300mAh 40A Gold 2 pack $17 Vappower 18650 2000mAh 30A 2 pack $16 Vappower IMR 40A 26650 4200mAh High Drain Battery 2 pack $20.
Battery Cases Efest Silicone Single Battery Case - $1.25 - Available in Clear, Light Blue, Purple, Yellow, Green, Orange, Pink - 2 Pack - $1.50 - Available in Orange, Pink, Green, Blue, Light Blue, Gray, Clear - 4 Pack - $2.00 - Available in Clear - 6 Pack - $4.00 - Available in Purple and Clear -
Chargers Nitecore Intellicharger I2 - $13 Nitecore Intellicharger I4 - $17 Nitecore Digicharger D2 - $20 Nitecore Digicharger D4 - $24 Efest LUC 4 - $ 27
Authentic RDA's iCloudCig FishBone RDA $20 The Fishbone RDA is a Kennedy V2 style RDA with sleek glass tank acts as a window so you can watch your kick ass clouds being born. Wotofo Sapor RDA $24 Available in SS, Black Wotofo Troll RDA $22 Available in SS, Black, Green, Blue Wotofo Atty3 RDA $25 Available in Black, SS Authentic Infinite CLT v3 Mini $25 Available in Black, SS Authentic Bullet Mini RDA By Sparkle $25 Available in Black, SS, Pink, White Indulgence Mutation X V4 RDA $24 Available in Black, White, Blue, Green, Pink, Carbon Fiber Indulgence Mutation XS (V4 Mini) RDA $24 Available in Black, SS, White Authentic EHPro Nixon RDA $24 Available in SS, Black, Gold
Authentic RTA's Uwell Crown Subtank incl/3 coils $27 Uwell Crown Replacement coils 4 pack $12 Uwell Crown RBA Deck Kit $14 Smok TFV4 Sub-Ohm Tank $30 EHPro Billow V2 RTA $30 Horizon Tech Arctic Subtank $20 Sigelei Elite Tank V2 SubTank $20 Tesla Vortek SubOhm 80 Watt 7ML Tank $22 Sense Hydra Sub-ohm Tank $23 Kanger SubTank Nano Sub-Ohm Tank $25 Morpheus V2 SubOhm Tank 80W by Vapor Tech $25 Aspire Triton Sub-Ohm Tank $30 Replacement coils available for all tanks listed and others
Amigo Donner BVC Coils Available in Kanthal and Nickel Temp Control Coils $12/5 pack Compatible with:
The Amigo Donner BVC Coil in 0.3ohm and 0.5ohm are made with organic cotton surrounded by a surgical metal mesh that creates a capillary action that sucks the liquid into the coil keeping it cool. It prevents dry hits and allows for higher wattage usage, as well as spit-back while vaping. At 0.3ohms, it supports 40-100W usage. At 0.5ohms, it supports 15-50W usage.
The Amigo Donner BVC Nickel Coil in 0.2ohm is made with Nickel 200 wire and organic cotton that is surrounded by a surgical metal mesh. This creates a capillary action that sucks the liquid into the coil keeping it cool. It prevents dry hits and allows for higher wattage usage, as well as spit-back while vaping. * For use in temperature control devices only.
Tesla 200w Temp Control Box Mod Grey or Black Carbon Fiber $80 The Tesla 200W TC Box Mod is a polished, ultra powerful device that has an incredible output range up to 200 watts, powered by two 18650 high drain batteries. It features temperature control function, supporting Ni200 Nickel builds, and minimum atomizer resistance of 0.08 ohms, providing the perfect foundation and flexibility to power today's latest sub-ohm temperature controled tank. It is constructed with a high-grade aluminum body, carbon fiber finish, and a clear OLED Display for an elegant end product.
Tesla 160w Temp Control Mod - Available in Black or Grey Carbon Fiber Metal or Dark or Red Wood Finish $65
Tesla 120w Temp Control Mod Wood - Dark Wood or Red Wood - $60
Smok X Cube II 160W TC Box Mod - $65 Features:
Koopor Mini 60W TC Mod - $42
The Koopor Mini adopts a dual-circuit drive design inside, which can effectively control output while monitoring temperature of the atomizer. With the new monitor technology, HFDMR-Ni200 (High-Frequency Dynamic Monitoring Resistance of Ni200) , it can achieve the high accuracy of regulating and monitoring heating wire temperatures. The precision can reach 10 degrees Fahrenheit (about 5 degrees Celsius). Constructed from stainless steel with a zinc-alloy coating, it looks modern and feels comfortable. Magnet-held battery cover design makes sure that, with a gentle touch, you will simply slide it off and replace the battery in seconds! This compact mod takes one 18650 battery, and provides 60 watts of maximum output for enough power! You said you want real temperature control, and here is the KOOPOR mini.
The Koopor Mini has excellent buttons, and a very easy to use menu system on a bright OLED display. It can be used in wattage mode with any standard wire (nichrome, kanthal, or stainless), or temperature control mode with nickel or titanium. To operate in temperature control mode, select nickel or titanium, select temperature control mode, and then choose from 3 settings soft, standard, or hard to fine tune the performance.
Includes: * 1 Stainless Steel Koopor Mini 60W TC Mod * 1 Orange Koopor Silicone Case * 1 User Manual
IPV4S Black or Silver - $63
An update to the IPV4 Box Mod. This upgrade bumps the power up to 120 watts, 20 watts more than the previous version. This version supports firing both titanium and nickel wire for temperature control atomizer heads. This version does not the dedicated charging port, but still has the USB port for software updates. Features and Details:
Asmodus Snow Wolf 200W Limited Edition $98 Currently one of the most advanced temperature controlled devices on the market, Asmodus releases the Limited Edition Snow Wolf 200W Box Mod. It features the same temperature control mechanics, magnetic battery door, and 200W output power, but with a few aesthetic modifications.
The Limited Edition Snow Wolf has been designed with an updated chip, the GX200 V1.5, that has a locking feature, full gunmetal stainless steel frame, intuitive OLED screen, and metallic gold laser engravings. With only a limited run of 5000 pieces produced, this TC controlled device will go fast.
Sigelei 150w Temp Control Box Mod - $82 From Sigelei comes an update to their venerable 150w box mod, the 150w TC, now with temperature control. Featuring a two battery serial design, the 150w TC provides 150w of power, as well as temperature control functionality. The 150w TC also provides a magnetic battery door for easy access, spring loaded 510 to accommodate a wide variety of tanks and atomizers, as well as a 90 day warranty.
Tesla Invader II Dual 18650 Mechanical Box Mod $35 Overview: The Invader 2 Box Mod is truly a natural beauty. With a body shaped to fit your hand, you won't find another quite like it except of course it's predecessor, the Invader Box Mod. With MOSFET internal protection, added 3pcs MOSFET, making the mod with low internal resistance & low loss & recoverable fuse. The improved support for lower resistance, you can't go wrong with this one. Features and Details:
Tesla Invader II Dual 26650 Mechanical Box Mod $35 Overview: This new take on the invader box mod features a sleek, modern, minimalist design that exudes elegance. If you're looking for a powerful box mod that you can just press a button and fire, this is the one for you. The Invader 26650 can fire atomizers with as low as 0.1 ohm resistance, allow for big clouds with sub-ohm atomizers. The aluminum body is durable and reliable. Features and Details:
2-Puffs Premium E-Juice $15ml - $10
Abek E-Juice 30ml - $18
Aisle 7 E-Liquid 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Beard Vape Co. E-Juice 15ml-$11 Available in 0, 3, 6mg
Boss Sauce E-Liquid 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Cerealogy E-Juice All flavors available in 0,3,6,9 mg 30ml $18
A premium line of breakfast cereal-flavored e-juices. Wake up in the morning with one of four delicously sweet and creamy cereal flavors.
Charlie's Chalk Dust E-Liquid 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
Charlie's Chalk Dust is one of the hottest e-juice lines to hit the market. With it's rich, sweet and fruity flavors and creative names, these liquids has quickly become certified fan favorites.
The Cloud Company E-Juice 30ml - $20 60ml - $38
From the makers of the world-renowned Suicide Bunny line of eliquids comes The Cloud Company, an ejuice line inspired by Pip the Bunny’s desire to craft a Max VG, high-performance line of eliquids that did not sacrifice flavor. The ejuice line was specifically designed for sub-ohming and dripping, but still maintains the exceptional flavor, quality, and complexity that has become synonymous with the Suicide Bunny e-liquid line. Flavors:
Cosmic Fog E-Juice 15ml $10 30ml $18
Cuttwood 15ml $10 30ml $18
Lost Fog by Cosmic Fog 30ml $18
Streak only available in 30ml bottles 0,3,6,12,18mg From the makers of one of the most popular e-liquids comes a brand new line. The Lost Fog Collection is a premium collection of juices hand crafted by the experts at Cosmic Fog.
Ethos Vapors 15ml - $11 Vape like a God! Ethos is a premium e-liquid line that uses rich flavors in carefully crafted juices that are worthy of the gods themselves. Flavors:
Glas E-Juice 15ml - $11 30ml - $18
HoldFast Vapors 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
An ultra premium, pirate themed ejuice line out of Orange County, California. Available in 30ml bottles Flavors:
King's Crown E-Juice 15ml - $12 30ml - $19 120ml - $65
Lost Art Liquids 15ml $10 30ml $18
All flavors available in 15 or 30 ml - 0,3,6,12,18mg
Monarch Premium E-Juice 15ml - $11
Flavors: * Citadel: A mix of fresh blueberries and bananas topped with a light scream. * The Prince: A bowl of your favorite fruitey cereal covered in sweet creamy milk. * The Warden: Juicy sweet strawberries balaced with a watermelon and kiwi tart.
Mystique Premium E-Liquid 30ml-$21
Nightmare On Vape Street E-Juice 30ml - $18 All of our premium e-liquids are pre steeped for a minimum of 30 days.
Nitro Labs E-Juice 30ml - $16
Obsession E-Juice 15ml - $9
From the same Orange County, California based e-liquid mixmasters that brought you Space Jam E-Juice. Flavors:
One Hit Wonder E-Juice 6oz - approx 180ml $58
Ruthless E-Juice 15ml $10 30ml $18
Available in 15ml and 30ml 0,3,6,12,18mg
La Dolce Vita by Ruthless E-Juice 20ml $12 Available in 0,3,6mg only
The newest flavor La Dolce Vita will come in a LIMITED EDITION 20ML bottle. It is a Vanilla Pistachio Italian Gelato. La Dolce Vita represents all the sweet things in life. So kick back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
The Schwartz E-Juice 15ml - $10 30ml - $18
The Schwartz is the innovative e-juice company based out of Torrence, California that introduced the vaping world to the yogurt flavor profile.
Seduce Juice 15ml - $8 30ml - $15
Space Jam E-Juice 15ml $10 30ml $18
All flavors except Solstice available in 0,3,6,12,18,24mg Solstice available in 0,1.5,3,6,12,18mg
Suicide Bunny E-Juice 15ml - $12 30ml - $19 120ml - $70
Taste Vape E-Juice 30ml - $15
Triumphant Platinum Label E-Juice