I seem to one heckova lot more cautious re,. safety than the majotity of vapers on these forums: I’ve never, ever used a mech, mod , for example, and i never intend to use one. and it took me years before I dipped a cautious toe in sub -ohm waters.
There’s a specific reason for my caution , mind. My brain has pretty dramatic ups and downs, and on a bad day, i find i can be quite mind-bogglingly stupid: can’t get to grips with simple maths like Ohm’s Law (which is an absolute doddle on a good day) and, worse, can’t seem to get to grips with the solid, mechanical world…Perhaps the worst- and funniest example was when I once dopily tried to fill my kettle at the elecrical socket instread of the spout! (at least that totally cracked up my son, when he asked me why the kettle was out-of-commission? and he’s gone around telling all his friends)
So, I do try to make things idiot-proof.( And i always do my mixing on “good” days, of course)
I’ve generally bought throwaway mods with integrated batteries, in the past, though the waste grieves me. and i’ve very cautiously gone on to to try the other sort, just single celll ( i don’t need to go up to three figure wattage anyway) . What can go wrong? Well i’m not altogether certain I couldn’t findd a way to cock that up, but hey! they all seem to come with charging ports. So you don’t need to take the cell in and out any more often than they need changing do you? (and I can surely limit changing the battery to good days) And i do know how to store my spares sensibly.
So I think I’m finally sold on that kind of set-up. Do you guys think I’m right to draw a firm line here? Am I being over-cautious, do you think ? or, conversely, am i not being cautious enough?
Must say, I do tend to feel like a big baby when i read about the kit you other guys are using.