Trouble shooting guide

G6

  • Unlike Triton batteries, the G6 batteries do not need to be turned on.
  • Automatic Batteries: The LED tip will light up during inhale.
  • Manual Batteries: The LED tip will light up when the button is held down.
  • BATTERY NEEDS TO BE CHARGED -The LED tip will blink multiple times in succession during inhale to indicate it needs to be charged. You may also notice a decrease in vapor productions as your battery approaches a drained state .

*The G6 battery will typically take 2 to 3 hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

  • USER ERROR
  • Manual Batteries: Confirm that the customer is holding down the button while taking a drag.
  • Automatic Batteries:Confirm that the customer is taking 2 short drags followed by 1 long drag. This method is known as “primer puffs”.
  • DEAD BATTERY –The LED tip will blink multiple times in succession during inhale. You may also notice a decrease in vapor as your battery approaches a drained state .
  • CARTOMIZER / TANK IS FILLED
  • Cartomizer: About 15 to 20 drops will fill each cartomizer.
  • Minitank:Fill the tank to the .9ml.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE –The e-liquid being used will play a role in the vapor production. While 3rdparty juices will work, they are not supported.
  • DISPERSE JUICE THROUGHOUT –There are times when the juice may settle towards the top of the polyfill. Using a pointy like object such as a toothpick can be used to move around the white polyfill. This will allow the juice to disperse throughout the cartomizer making it usable.
  • COIL LIFE –How old is the cartomizer / tank? Once the coil burns out, low to no vapor will be produced.
  • Cartomizer: Each can be refilled 7 to 10 times before needing to be replaced.
  • Minitank: Typically each minitankwill last up to two weeks.
  • SWAP
  • Try a different cartomizer on the battery
  • Try the cartomizer/tank on another battery
  • CONNECTION AREA –Cleaning the connection areas about once a week is highly recommended. Gunkedup connection areas will caused performance and charging issues.
  • PG not VG –VG Juices are thicker, therefore are not recommended with the G6 and Triton units. Thicker juices will gunk up in the coil area.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –If the customer is looking for more vapor production, they may want to try the low resistance cartomizers.
  • G6 BATTERY –Confirm the customer is using a G6 Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE –3rdparty juices are not supported.
  • FILLED TANK/CARTOMIZER –We recommend keeping the tanks/cartos at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low will eventually burn out the coil.
  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –Is the customer using Low Resistance Cartomizers? If so, you should suggest they use the standard cartomizers or mini tanks.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. If this is the first time trying this nicotine level, the customer maywant to try a lower level.
  • CHAIN VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.
  • MINITANK INSTEAD OF CARTOMIZER –If the customer is not happy with the taste of cartomizers, you may want to suggest they try minitanks. Minitankswill give off a purer flavor over the polyfillcartomizers.
  • TEMPERATURE CHANGE –The flavor of the juice will change as the juice is heated and re-heated.
  • CONNECTION AREA –Cleaning the connection areas about once a week is highly recommended. If juice and debris builds up on the battery connection area it could play a role in the taste of the juice.
  • COIL LIFE –How old is the cartomizer / tank? Once the coil burns out, low to no vapor will be produced.
  • Cartomizer: Each can be refilled 7 to 10 times before needing to be replaced.

Minitank: Typically each minitankwill last up to two weeks.

HALO / EVO JUICE –The use of 3rdparty juices may cause the coils to burn much quicker which would result in leaking. High acidic juices have also been known to crack plastic e-cig tanks.

DO NOT OVERFILL

  • Cartomizer: About 15 to 20 drops will fill each cartomizer.
  • Minitank:Fill the tank to the .9ml.

RUBBER STOPPER / BUNG

  • Mini Tank –Ensure that the rubber stopper is in place. If missing, juice will come up into the mouthpiece.
  • Cartomizer-Confirm that the rubber bung located inside the cartomizer is in place. If missing, juice can make its way into ones mouth.

Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds.  Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporized quick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.

E-CIG POSITIONING –If tilted upwards, you may run a risk of juice entering the mouthpiece area.

BURNT COIL –How old is the cartomizer / tank?  Leaking will occur once the coil has burnt out.

  • Cartomizer: Each can be refilled 7 to 10 times before needing to be replaced.
  • Minitank: Typically each minitankwill last up to two weeks before needing to be replaced.

WASHING –Washing the tanks is not recommended. Doing so can damage them making them unusable.

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • The LED tip will blink multiple times in succession during inhale. You may also notice a decrease in vapor as your battery approaches a drained state .

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

  • G6 USB Adapter Only
  • It is very important to use only the G6 USB adapter for charging G6 Batteries. Using the Triton USB adapter or USB adapters from other manufacturers may cause irreversible damage to your G6 battery due to voltage differences.
  • Mini Wall Plug or Standard Wall Plug Only
  • 3RDParty Wall Plugs Not Supported

CLEAN CONNEACTION AREA –During normal use, especially if any e-liquid has leaked onto the battery, the connection area can become “gunkedup”. On a regular basis, about once a week, please use a Q-Tip and some rubbing alcohol to clean the contacts on the e-cigarette battery. You can also use an old toothbrush to get into the grooves of the battery connection area.

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

  • Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
  • Try charging from a different wall outlet.
  • Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film. Wear and Tear can also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.
  • Hot Tank / Cartomizer –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the G6 battery along with the G6 MiniTankand G6 Cartomizers. Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • To remove excess juice, remove the carto/tank from the battery. Fold the paper towel several times and hold it against the end of the tank/cartomizer. Blow gently through the drip tip until the atomizer stops gurgling.
  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or cartomizers?
  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Original Triton

  • USER ERROR -To turn on your Triton battery, without the tank attached, click the firing button on the side of the battery five to seven times in rapid succession. Once turned on, the LED button will remain lit while being pressed.
  • BATTERY NEEDS TO BE CHARGED

Standard Triton Battery

  • The Triton USB adapter will show a solid Blue light once the battery has been fully charged. LED button will blink multiple times when first connected to the charger and then again when removed from charging.

Variable Voltage Battery

  • The Triton USB adapter will show a solid Blue light once the battery has been fully charged. LED button will blink multiple times when first connected then will stay lit while the battery is connected to the charger.

PassThruBattery

  • The charging port on the Triton Pass-through battery with remain lit while the battery is being charged and will turn off once it has been fully charged.

*Charging time for the Triton battery should be about 2 to 3 hours depending the capacity of the battery.

  • USER ERROR
  • Confirm that the battery has been turned on and that the customer is holding down the button while taking a drag.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE
  • While 3rdparty juice may work, we cannot guarantee performance issues such as low to no vapor production.
  • FILLED TANK –We recommend keeping the tanks at least ¾ full while vaping
  • COIL & TANK CONNECTION
  • A coil that is either too loose or too tight can cause a blinking button and/or low to no vapor production.
  • Also, if the tank itself is on the battery too tight, no vapor will be produced. Loosening the tank slightly can resolve thisissue.
  • INCREASE VOLTAGE (VV Only) -If set too low, no vapor will be produced.
  • CHANGE IN COIL RESISTANCE –Check to see if the customer has changed coil resistance. Lower coil resistance will burn the juice at a hotter temperature resulting a more vapor.
  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits.
  • CONNECTION AREA –Cleaning the connection areas about once a week is highly recommended. Gunkedup connection areas will caused performance and charging issues.
  • PG not VG –VG Juices are thicker, therefore are not recommended with the G6 and Triton units. Thicker juices will gunk up in the coil area.
  • BATTERY LIFE –The Triton battery (except for the VV) is an unregulated battery. What this means is, as the battery loses its charge, the output voltage will decrease. This wouldn’t be considered a “defective” issue. Recommend the variable voltage battery If the customer is looking forsteady output voltage.
  • NEW TO FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. Recommend lowering the niclevel if this is the first time the customer is trying this level of nicotine.
  • TRITON BATTERY & TANK –3RDParty Hardware is supported.
  • DID THEY WAIT TO VAPE
  • When using new coils, it is recommended to fill the tank and let it sit for about 15 to 20 minutes before vaping. Doing so will allow the wicks to absorb the juice up into the coil area. Firing the battery with a dry wick will almost always cause it the wicks to burn.
  • FILLED TANK –The tank must be filled in order to vape. We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE –While 3rdparty juice may work, we cannot guarantee performance issues such as flavor complaints.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –The lower the coil resistance, the harsher the taste will be. Recommend a higher resistance coil such as 2.6 –2.8 or 3.0 –3.2 ohm.
  • TEMPERATURE CHANGE –The flavor of the juice will change as the juice is heated and re-heated.
  • Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporized quick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.
  • VARIABLE VOLTAGE –Use lower settings on the VV or a higher resistance coil.
  • CONNECTION AREA –Cleaning the connection areas about once a week is highly recommended. If juice and debris builds up on the battery connection area it could play a role in the taste of the juice.
  • BATTERY LIFE –The Triton battery (excluding the VV) is an unregulated battery. What this means is, as the battery loses its charge, the output voltage will decrease. A freshly charged battery will produce more vapor and burn the juice at a higher temperature resulting in what some may feel is a burning or harsh like taste.

Where is the tank leaking from?

Triton Tip (check the following)

  • Halo / eVoJuice being used
  • Confirm tip & coil are properly connected
  • Clear rubber coil sleeve is in place and flush with the top of the coil post. This will help for a batter seal between the tip and coil post.
  • E-cig position while vaping
  • If tilted, any unburnt juice will come up into the mouthpiece.
  • Holding down the button without vaping
  • Chain Vaping
  • Chain vaping will not allow the juice to burn quickly enough causing it to come up into the mouthpiece and down the coil post.
  • Burnt Coil
  • Once a coil burns out, juice will enter the coil post causing it to go up into the mouthpiece or down the center hole of the tank.

Tank Gurgling

Juice has flooded the coil post which may cause the tank to get extremely hot. This will also result in leaking from the mouthpiece and the center hole located on the bottom of the tank.

This can be caused by the following:

Chain Vaping

Improper filling

Loose Coil

Burnt Coil

3rdParty Juice

Center Hole Bottom of Tank

  • Halo / eVoJuice
  • Confirm tip & coil are properly connected
  • Coil may loosen when removing the tip.
  • Clear rubber coil sleeve is in place and flush with the top of the coil post
  • Holding down the button without vaping
  • E-cig position while vaping
  • If tilted, any unburnt juice will come up into the mouthpiece
  • Chain Vaping
  • Chain vaping will not allow the juice to burn quickly enough. This will cause the juice to flood the post.
  • Burnt Coil
  • Once a coil burns out, juice will enter the coil post causing it to go up into the mouthpiece or down the center hole of the tank.

Seams

  • 3RDParty Juice
  • Washing of the tank
  • Leaving it in hot temperatures such as a car can cause the glue to weaken causing it to separate from the tank
  • Physical damage
  • Air Pressure (carrying it on plane or high altitudes)

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • Your Triton battery needs to be recharged when the LED button blinks multiple times in succession during inhale. You may alsonotice a slight decrease in vapor production as your battery approaches this drained state. Once the blinking occurs, or vapoproduction stops completely.
  • A coil or tank that is either on too loose or too tight may cause the button to blink as well.
  • Also, to ensure the tank and battery have a proper connection, it is important to make sure the connection area is clean.

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

  • Triton USB Adapter Only
  • It is very important to use only the Triton USB adapter for charging Triton Batteries. Using the G6 USB adapter or USB adapters from other manufacturers may cause irreversible damage to your Triton battery due to voltage differences.
  • Mini Wall Plug or Standard Wall Plug Only
  • 3RDParty Wall Plugs Not Supported

CLEAN CONNEACTION AREA –During normal use, especially if any e-liquid has leaked onto the battery, the connection area can become “gunkedup”. On a regular basis, about once a week, please use a Q-Tip and some rubbing alcohol to clean the contacts on the e-cigarette battery. You can also use an old toothbrush to get into the grooves of the battery connection area.

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

  • Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
  • Try charging from a different wall outlet.
  • Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film. Wear and Tear can also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.
  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the Triton battery along with the correct coils. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly. Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Triton II

  • USER ERROR -To turn on your TRITON II battery, click the firing button on the side of the battery five to seventtimes in rapid succession. The button’s backlight will blink five times to indicate the TRITON II has been successfully turned “on.”
  • CHARGED BATTERY
  • Your TRITON II battery needs to be recharged when the LED button blinks multiple times in succession during inhalation. You may also notice a slight decrease in vapor production as your battery approaches this drained state. Once the blinking occurs, orvapor production stops completely, you should recharge the TRITON II battery. To turn on your TRITON II battery, click the firing button on the side of the battery five times in rapid succession. The button’s backlight will blink five times to indicate the TRITON II has been successfully turned “on.”

*During normal charging, your TRITON II battery should remain plugged in for 1-2 hours, depending on the capacity of the battery. The light on the USB adapter will turn from red to green when the TRITON II battery is fully charged and ready for use.

  • USER ERROR
  • Confirm that the battery has been turned on and that the customer is holding down the button while taking a drag.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE
  • While 3rdparty juice may work, we cannot guarantee performance issues such as low to no vapor production.
  • FILLED TANK –The tank must be filled in order to vape. We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor
  • COIL & TANK CONNECTION –Check these connections to ensure they are not loose.
  • CHANGE IN COIL RESISTANCE –Check the customers account to see if they have changed the coil resistance. Lower coil resistance will burn the juice at a higher temperature resulting a more vapor production.
  • BURNT COIL –Triton coils are designed to last up to a month before needing to be replaced. A blinking button and/or low to no vapor are indicators that the coil has burnt out.
  • BATTERY LIFE –The Triton II battery is an unregulated battery. What this means is, as the battery loses its charge, the output voltage willdecrease. This wouldn’t be considered a “defective” issue.
  • TRITON II BATTERY-Confirm the customer is using a Triton II Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE –3RDparty juices are not supported.
  • TANK FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor
  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.
  • NEW TO COIL RESISTANCE –Unlike the original Triton, the Triton II comes with sub ohm coils. Customers transitioning from the original Triton may findthat the .75 ohm coils are too harsh for them. Recommend they try a higher coil resistance such as the 1.5 ohm coils.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Being that the Triton II uses lower resistance coils. it’s recommended that customers start with a lower nicotine level than they would normally use with the G6 and original Triton models.
  • WAIT TO VAPE –It is very important to wait about 10 minutes or so after filling tank that has a new coil installed. Vaping immediately after filling the tank will almost always cause for a very strong unpleasant burnt taste.
  • CHAIN VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.
  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits.
  • BATTERY LIFE –The Triton II battery is an unregulated battery. What this means is, as the battery loses its charge, the output voltage will decrease. A freshly charged battery will produce more vapor and burn the juice at a higher temperature resulting in what some may feel is a burning or harsh like taste.

Where is the tank leaking from?

Triton Tip (check the following)

  • Halo / eVoJuice being used
  • Confirm tip & coil are properly connected
  • E-cig position while vaping
  • If tilted, any unburnt juice will come up into the mouthpiece.
  • Chain vaping will not allow the juice to burn quickly enough causing it to come up into the mouthpiece and out the air vents.
  • Burnt Coil
  • Once a coil burns out, juice will enter the coil post causing it to go up into the mouthpiece or out the air vents.

Tank Gurgling

Juice has flooded the coil post which may cause the tank to get extremely hot. This will also result in leaking from the mouthpiece and the center hole located on the bottom of the tank.

This can be caused by the following:

Chain Vaping

Improper filling

Loose Coil

Burnt Coil

3rdParty Juice

Airflow of Tank

  • Halo / eVoJuice
  • Confirm tip & coil are properly connected
  • Holding down the button without vaping
  • E-cig position while vaping
  • If tilted, any unburnt juice will come up into the mouthpiece
  • Chain Vaping
  • Chain vaping will not allow the juice to burn quickly enough. This will cause the juice to flood the post.
  • Storage
  • When not in use, it’s best to store the tank upside down. Doing so will prevent the juice from seeping thru the cotton and out the air vents.
  • Burnt Coil
  • Once a coil burns out, juice will enter the coil post causing it to go up into the mouthpiece or out the air vents.

Seams

  • 3RDParty Juice
  • Washing of the tank
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings
  • Physical damage
  • Air Pressure (carrying it on plane or high altitudes)

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • Your TRITON II battery needs to be recharged when the LED button blinks multiple times in succession during inhalation. You may also notice a slight decrease in vapor production as your battery approaches this drained state. Once the blinking occurs, orvapor production stops completely, you should recharge the TRITON II battery.
  • A coil or tank that is either on too loose or too tight may cause the button to blink as well.

HOW TO RECHARGE –Attach the small connector of the USB cable into the charging port of the TRITON II battery. The larger end of the cable should then be inserted into a computer or other USB compatible power source, or can be used in conjunction with the TRITON II wall charger. Once connected to a power source, the charge indicator at the bottom of the unit will glow red. When the unit is fully charged, the red light will turn green.

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

  • Micro USB Cable
  • Wall Plug

The use of any third-party charging accessories may lead to malfunction and/or damage of this product

CLEAN CONNEACTION AREA –During normal use, especially if any e-liquid has leaked onto the battery, the connection area can become “gunkedup”. On a regular basis, about once a week, please use a Q-Tip and some rubbing alcohol to clean the contacts on the e-cigarette battery. You can also use an old toothbrush to get into the grooves of the battery connection area.

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

  • Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
  • Try charging from a different wall outlet.

  • Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film. Wear and Tear can also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.
  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the Triton battery along with the correct coil type. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly. Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • Auto Firing (battery is firing while button is not in the down position) Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Reactor Series

Variable Wattage   50wMiniShortyMega

  • The wattage can be adjusted by pressing the “up” or “down” power adjustment buttons until the desired level is reached. An increase in wattage will translate to an increase in power. It is recommended to start with lower levels and slowly increase the wattage.

Bypass   ShortyMega

  • The device can support a coil with a resistance level within the range of 0.1 ohms -3.5 ohms. Direct voltage output system is applied in this mode. Therefore, the higher the battery level, the higher the voltage output.

TC Mode   Mini Shorty Mega

  • Advanced temperature control (TC) functionality, allows users to set a maximum coil temperature. This is often used to maintain a consistent flavor profile while preventing “dry hits.” Other advantages are more flavor, decrease in juice consumption and increase battery life. When a TC compatible coil is attached to the battery, the corresponding mode must be selected for the functionality to work properly.

TCR   MiniShortyMega

  • TCR (Temperature Coefficient of Resistance) mode allows the user to manually adjust the TCR values for different types of wire to further improve on the accuracy of the device’s ability to limit and sense an atomizer coil’s temperature. There are three storage slots available (M1,M2,M3), each of which can store a user defined TCR value.

Smart Mode   Mega

  • The wattage can be adjusted from 1W to 80W by pressing the up button or down button only when an atomizer is installed on the device. The Smart Mode will save one output power setting for each resistance value and can totally save 10 groups of such profiles. Once you change the output power setting for a resistance, it will resave the changed setting automatically. When the Smart Mode has already remembered 10 profiles and you want to add another new resistance, the first saved profile will be deleted. When set in this mode, the device can support a coil whose resistance is within the range of 0.1-3.5 ohms.

Kanthal: Allow specifically created for stable resistance at varying temps. Designed for use in Variable Wattage, Bypass and Smart Modes.

Compatible Modes: Variable Wattage, Bypass and Smart Mode

Ni200 (TC): Ni200 pure nickel. It has high temperature coefficient, which means that when it gets hot, its resistance changes rapidly. This coil should be used in Temperature Control Mode because it predictably changes resistance with the change in temperature.

Compatible Modes: TC & TCR Modes

Clapton: This type of coil adds flavor due to the increased surface are allowing more juice becomes trapped on the coil. Clapton coils are designed to slow down the ramp up time which decreases dry hits and allows more juice to be absorbed by the cotton before the coil gets to hot.

Compatible Modes: Variable Wattage, Bypass and Smart Mode

Stainless Steel (TC): Naturally low in resistance. The benefit of this coil is that it has almost no amp up time, which means as soon as you begin to vape it fired right up.

 

What is Coil Resistance Locking? Resistance Locking allows the device to maintain the same “base resistance” even though the coil resistance may increase due to a rise in temperature. When locked, the device will remember the last resistance used after a coil is removed and then put back on.

In Resistance Unlock Mode, the resistance will be checked each time a new coil is attached. After removing a coil, the screen will display “New coil up same down” to check if the same coil is being re-attached. If the same coil is being re-attached, press the down button and if it is a new coil, press the up button.

When should you lock the Coil Resistance? The mod controls temperature by measuring the resistance of your coil. As temperature increases, so does resistance. Locking the coil resistance at room temperature gives the mod a baseline to measure the resistance against, and this provides more accurate TC. If you attempt to lock the resistance when the coil is hot, then the mod will end up running too hot.

Can I use resistance locking in Variable Wattage, Bypass and Smart Modes?  No, Resistance Locking can only be used in TC and TCR Modes.

 

How to Lock/Un-clock coil resistance? 

Mini: While in TC or TCR Modes, hold down the fire button and the left arrow button closes to the LED screen

simultaneously for 2 seconds to lock or unlock the resistance.

Shorty: While in TC or TCR Modes, hold down the fire button and up button

simultaneously for 2 seconds to lock or unlock the resistance.

Mega: While in TC or TCR Modes, hold down the fire button and up button

simultaneously for 2 seconds to lock or unlock the resistance.

Temp Protection:  In TC modes, when the actual temperature of the coil reaches the set temperature, the screen will display ‘Temp Protection”.

Atomizer Low: When the resistance of the coil is lower than .1 ohm in VW/Bypass mode or lower than .05 ohm in TC modes, the screen will display “Atomizer Low”.

Weak Battery Alert: Occurs when voltage of the cell drops below 2.9v

New Coil Up / Same Coil Down: Click Here: In Resistance Unlock Mode, the resistance will be checked each time a new coil is attached. After removing a coil, the screen will display “New coil up same down” to check if the same coil is being re-attached. If the same coil is being re-attached, press the down button and if it is a new coil, press the up button. This message will ONLY display when the battery is in TC or TCR modes.

Click Here for more info on Resistance Locking.

Temp Protection: The REACTOR battery is equipped with overheat protection

which will automatically deactivate the device should its temperature rise above 158°Fahrenheit (70°Celsius). If a temperature above 158°F is detected, the REACTOR battery will lock and the LED screen will display “temp protection” for the next five seconds. After this time, the device will unlock, the display will return to normal, and you may resume vaping.

Reactor 50w

REACTOR 50W: Does Not Turn On

USER ERROR -To turn on your REACTOR, without the tank attached, press the firing button on the side of the battery five times in rapid succession. Once the battery is turned on, the digital LED screen will become visible.

 

  • CHARGED BATTERY-The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged atany time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.

*The REACTOR battery will typically take five hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

USER ERROR –Confirm the battery is turned on and that the customer is holding down the firing button while taking a drag.

 

  • TANK IS FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –The e-liquid being used will play a role in the vapor production. While 3rdparty juices will work, they are not supported.

 

  • PG or VG –It is important that VG juice is being used when using coils under 1.5ohms.

 

  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • COIL RESISTANCE –What coil is the customer using? Lower coil resistances will produce more vapor.
  • INCREASE VOLTAGE –If set too low, no vapor will be produced.

 

  • COIL & TANK CONNECTIONS –Ensure that these components are not loose.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits. Low to no vapor is an indicator that the coil may have burnt out.

 

  • REPLACE COIL –If the battery turns on and the above steps did not resolve the issue, we would then need to have the customer replace the coil.

REACTOR 50W BATTERY –Confirm the customer is using a 50 w Reactor Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.

 

  • CORRECT TYPE –What type of coil is the customer using? The 50w Reactor is NOT Temperature Controlled battery. Customers should not be usingthe TC coils with this model. While the coil will work, it is not designed for non TC batteries and can play a role in the taste of the e-liquid.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –We will not support any 3rdparty juices.

 

  • TANK FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.

 

  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • VOLTAGE SETTINGS –Setting the voltage too high will play a role in the taste.

 

  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.

 

  • COIL RESISTANCE –The lower the coil resistance, the harsher the taste will be.

 

  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. 6mg or 1/3 of your normal nicotine level is recommended with mod batteries.

 

  • CHAIN VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.

 

  • WAIT TO VAPE –It is very important to wait about 5 minutes or so after filling tank that has a new coil installed. Vaping immediately afterfilling the tank will almost always cause for a very strong unpleasant burnt taste.
  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits.

MOUTHPIECE

  • VG Juice
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil
  • Chain Vaping
  • Flooding Coil
  • Missing O Ring
  • E-Cig Positioning while Vaping
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Loose Coil or Missing O Ring Coil –Remove the coil, confirm the O Ring is in place and securely connect it to the base of the tank.
  • VG Juice –Ensure that the customer isn’t using PG Juice. PG Juice is thinner in consistency which may cause for excessive leaking.
  • Flooding Coil –Holding down the firing button without taking a drag will cause the coil to flood resulting in juice coming out the air vents.
  • Storage –When not in use, it’s best to store the tank upside down. Doing so will prevent the juice from seeping thru the cotton and out the air vents.
  • Missing or Damaged O Ring Tanks
  • Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporizedquick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.
  • Correct Battery Setting with Coil Type
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.
  • Air Pressure (Top Fill Tanks Only) Air Pressure will be created anytime the Top Cap is removed then re-attached. It is very important to close the airflow vents before removing the top cap. After securing the cap back on to the tank, turn the tank upside down, then open the airflow vents. This will release any air pressure that has built up inside the tank. **Important: If excess leaking has occurred, the customer should replace the coil before trying the top fill steps as the cotton was likely oversaturated.

 

  • SEAMS
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil or Tank
  • Cracked Glass
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged at any time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.

HOW TO RECHARGE –Without the tank attached, attach the small connector of the USB cable into the charging port of the REACTOR battery. The larger end of the cable should then be inserted into a computer or other USB compatible power source, or can be used in conjunction with the REACTOR wall charger. Once connected to a power source, the battery level indicator on the LED screen will flash until fully charged. Once fully charged, the battery level indicator will stop blinking, shine for 10 seconds and go out.

The REACTOR battery will typically take five hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

  • Micro USB Cable
  • Wall Plug

The use of any third-party charging accessories may lead to malfunction and/or damage of this product

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

  • Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
  • Try charging from a different wall outlet.

Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film.  Wear and Tear can  also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.

 

  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is the Reactor 50w battery along with the correct coil type. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly. Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.

 

  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Is the customer using PG Juice instead of VG? If using PG Juice, are they using the 1.5 ohm coils?
  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Power On/Off

  • Press the firing button 5 times in rapid succession.

 

Change Voltage / Wattage Mode

  • Click the firing button three times in succession. The LED screen will reflect the current mode of the battery.

 

Check Battery Temperature

  • With no tank attached, press the firing button 10 times in rapidly.

 

Lock  / Unlock

  • While the battery is turned on, hold down the up and down buttons for about 3 seconds.

 

Reactor Mini

USER ERROR -To turn on your REACTOR, without the tank attached, press the firing button on the side of the battery five to seven times in rapid succession. Once the battery is turned on, the digital LED screen will become visible.

  • STEALTH MODE-Confirm the battery is not in stealth mode.
  • Hold the firing button and down button for about 3 seconds turn on and off Stealth Mode.

 

  • BATTERY IS CHARGED -The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged atany time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuinguse.

*The REACTOR battery will typically take five hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

USER ERROR –Confirm the battery is turned on and that the customer is holding down the firing button while taking a drag.

 

  • TANK IS FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –The e-liquid being used will play a role in the vapor production. While 3rdparty juices will work, they are not supported.

 

  • PG or VG –It is important that VG juice is being used when using coils under 1.5ohms.

 

  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • COIL RESISTANCE –What coil is the customer using? Lower coil resistances will produce more vapor.
  • BATTERY SETTINGS –Confirm the customer is using the correct setting with their coil.
  • Stainless Steel and Nickel Coils should onlybe used in TC and TCR Modes
  • Kanthaland Clapton coils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.
  • INCREASE SETTINGS –If set too low, no vapor will be produced.
  • Ni & SS Modes the voltage should be pre-set to 40W.

 

  • COIL & TANK CONNECTIONS –Ensure that these components are not loose.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits.

 

  • REPLACE COIL –If the above steps did not resolve the issue, we would then need to have the customer replace the coil.

REACTOR MINI –Confirm the customer is using a MINI Reactor Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.

 

  • CORRECT COIL TYPE –What type of coil is the customer using?
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –We will not support any 3rdparty juices.
  • TANK FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • VOLTAGE SETTINGS –Setting the voltage too high will play a role in the taste.
  • Ni & SS Modes the voltage should be pre-set to 40W.

 

  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.

 

  • COIL TYPE –Because the Reactor Mini can be used in either Variable Wattage or Temperature Control setting it is important for the user to select the coil that meets their vaping preference.
  • Nickel –This coils is best used in TC and TCR mode because of the rapid changing resistance when the coil gets hot.
  • Stainless Steel -SS are naturally low in resistance. They have almost no ramp up time, which means as soon as you being to vapeit fires right up.
  • Clapton -This coil add flavor due to the increase surface area. These coils are designed to slow down the ramp up time which decreased dry hits.
  • Kanthal-High resistance coil which is created for stable resistance at varying wattage settings.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –The lower the coil resistance, the harsher the taste will be.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. 6mg or 1/3 of your normal nicotine level is recommended with mod batteries.
  • CHAIN VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits. Low to no vapor is an indicator that the coil may have burnt out.

MOUTHPIECE

  • VG Juice
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil
  • Chain Vaping
  • Flooding Coil
  • Missing O Ring
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Loose Coil or Missing O Ring Coil –Remove the coil, confirm the O Ring is in place and securely connect it to the base of the tank.
  • VG Juice –Ensure that the customer isn’t using PG Juice. PG Juice is thinner in consistency which may cause for excessive leaking.
  • Flooding Coil –Holding down the firing button without taking a drag will cause the coil to flood resulting in juice coming out the air vents.
  • Storage –When not in use, it’s best to store the tank upside down. Doing so will prevent the juice from seeping thru the cotton and out the air vents.
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings
  • Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporized quick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.
  • Correct Battery Setting with Coil Type
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.
  • Air Pressure (Top Fill Tanks Only) Air Pressure will be created anytime the Top Cap is removed then re-attached. It is very important to close the airflow vents before removing the top cap. After securing the cap back on to the tank, turn the tank upside down, thenopen the airflow vents. This will release any air pressure that has built up inside the tank. **Important: If excess leaking has occurred, the customer should replace the coil before trying the top fill steps as the cotton was likely oversaturated.

 

  • SEAMS
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil or Tank
  • Cracked Glass
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged at any time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.

 

HOW TO RECHARGE –Without the tank attached, attach the small connector of the USB cable into the charging port of the REACTOR battery. The larger end of the cable should then be inserted into a computer or other USB compatible power source, or can be used in conjunction with the REACTOR wall charger. Once connected to a power source, the battery level indicator on the LED screen will flash until fully charged. Once fully charged, the battery level indicator will stop blinking, shine for 10 seconds and go out.

The REACTOR battery will typically take five hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

  • Micro USB Cable
  • Wall Plug

 

The use of any third-party charging accessories may lead to malfunction and/or damage of this product

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

  • Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
  • Try charging from a different wall outlet.

Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film.  Wear and Tear can  also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.

 

  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the Mini Reactor battery along with the correctcoil type. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly.Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • Stainless Steel and Nickel Coils should onlybe used in TC and TCR Modes
  • Kanthaland Clapton coils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.
  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Is the customer using PG Juice instead of VG? If using PG Juice, are they using the 1.5 ohm coils?
  • Which battery settings was the customer using? Which coil type with the setting?
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Power On/Off

  • Press the firing button 5 times in rapid succession.

 

Stealth On/Off

  • Hold the fire and down button for about 3 seconds. In Stealth On mode, you can vape with the screen off and you can press the firing button one time to see current setting.

 

Switch Display Mode

  • Turn battery off, hold up and down arrow keys.

 

Check Battery Temperature

  • With no tank attached, press the firing button 10 times in rapidly.

 

Lock  / Unlock

  • While battery is turned on, hold down the up and down buttons for about 3 seconds.

 

Switch Vaping Modes

  • Hold down the menu button continuously until you get to the desired mode.

REACTOR MINI: O Ring Locations

Reactor Shorty

USER ERROR -To turn on your REACTOR, without the tank attached, press the firing button on the side of the battery five times in rapid succession. Once the battery is turned on, the digital LED screen will become visible.

  • STEALTH MODE-Confirm the battery is not in stealth mode.
  • Hold the firing button and –button for about 3 seconds turn on and off Stealth Mode.

 

  • CELL BATTERY –Confirm that the 1865 cell battery is inside the SHORTY Battery. If so, it may have been inserted incorrectly.
  • BATTERY IS CHARGED -The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged atany time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuinguse.

*The REACTOR battery will typically take three to four hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

USER ERROR –Confirm the battery is turned on and that the customer is holding down the firing button while taking a drag.

  • Confirm that the 1865 cell battery is inside the SHORTY Battery. If so, it may have been inserted incorrectly.

 

  • TANK IS FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –The e-liquid being used will play a role in the vapor production. While 3rdparty juices will work, they are not supported.

 

  • PG or VG –It is important that VG juice is being used when using coils under 1.5ohms.

 

  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • BATTERY SETTINGS –Confirm the customer is using the correct setting with their coil.
  • Stainless Steel and Nickel Coils should onlybe used in TC and TCR Modes
  • Kanthaland Clapton coils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode, Bypass Mode.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –What coil is the customer using? Lower coil resistances will produce more vapor.

 

  • INCREASE SETTINGS –If set too low, no vapor will be produced.
  • IMPORTANT: If set to Bypass Mode, the higher the battery level, the higher the output voltage which would result in more vapor production. Once the battery begins to lose charge, vapor production will decrease.
  • Ni & SS Modes the voltage should be pre-set to 80W.

 

  • COIL & TANK CONNECTIONS –Ensure that these components are not loose.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. Some end users may find that they can get a full month outof their coils while other end users may only get a couple of days. The time period really does come down to ones vaping habits. Low to no vapor is an indicator that the coil may have burnt out.

 

  • REPLACE COIL –If the above steps did not resolve the issue, we would then need to have the customer replace the coil.

REACTOR MINI –Confirm the customer is using a Shorty Reactor Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.

 

  • CORRECT TYPE –What type of coil is the customer using?
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –We will not support any 3rdparty juices.
  • TANK FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • VOLTAGE SETTINGS –Setting the voltage too high will play a role in the taste.
  • Ni & SS Modes the voltage should be pre-set to 75W.

 

  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.

 

  • COIL TYPE –Because the Reactor Mini can be used in either Variable Wattage or Temperature Control setting it is important for the user to select the coil that meets their vaping preference.
  • Nickel –This coils is best used in TC and TCR mode because of the rapid changing resistance when the coil gets hot.
  • Stainless Steel -SS are naturally low in resistance. They have almost no ramp up time, which means as soon as you being to vapeit fires right up.
  • Clapton -This coil add flavor due to the increase surface area. These coils are designed to slow down the ramp up time which decreased dry hits.
  • Kanthal-High resistance coil which is created for stable resistance at varying wattage settings.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –The lower the coil resistance, the harsher the taste will be.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. 6mg or 1/3 of your normal nicotine level is recommended with mod batteries.
  • CHAIN VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced.

MOUTHPIECE

  • VG Juice
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil
  • Chain Vaping
  • Flooding Coil
  • Missing O Ring
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Loose Coil or Missing O Ring Coil –Remove the coil, confirm the O Ring is in place and securely connect it to the base of the tank.
  • VG Juice –Ensure that the customer isn’t using PG Juice. PG Juice is thinner in consistency which may cause for excessive leaking.
  • Flooding Coil –Holding down the firing button without taking a drag will cause the coil to flood resulting in juice coming out the air vents.
  • Storage –When not in use, it’s best to store your tanks upside down.
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings
  • Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporized quick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.
  • Storage
  • When not in use, it’s best to store the tank upside down. Doing so will prevent the juice from seeping thru the cotton and out the air vents.
  • Correct Battery Setting with Coil Type
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.

 

  • SEAMS
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil or Tank
  • Cracked Glass
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged at any time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.

 

18650 CELL BATTERY

  • Confirm that the cell battery is inside of the Reactor Shorty and that it is inserted correctly.

 

HOW TO RECHARGE –Without the tank attached, attach the small connector of the USB cable into the charging port of the REACTOR battery. The larger end of the cable should then be inserted into a computer or other USB compatible power source, or can be used in conjunction with the REACTOR wall charger. Once connected to a power source, the battery level indicator on the LED screen will flash until fully charged. Once fully charged, the battery level indicator will stop blinking, shine for 10 seconds and go out.

The REACTOR battery will typically take three to four hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

  • Micro USB Cable
  • Wall Plug

 

The use of any third-party charging accessories may lead to malfunction and/or damage of this product

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

  • Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
  • Try charging from a different wall outlet.

Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film.  Wear and Tear can  also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.

 

  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the Mini Reactor battery along with the correctcoil type. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly.Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • Stainless Steel and Nickel Coils should onlybe used in TC and TCR Modes
  • Kanthaland Clapton coils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode and Bypass Mode.

 

  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Is the customer using PG Juice instead of VG? If using PG Juice, are they using the 1.5 ohm coils?
  • Which battery settings was the customer using? Which coil type with the setting?
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.

 

  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Power On/Off

  • Press the firing button 5 times in rapid succession.

 

Stealth On/Off

  • Hold the fire and –button down for about 3 seconds. In Stealth On mode, you can vape with the screen off and you can press the firing button one time to see current setting.

 

Switch Display Mode

  • Turn battery off, hold + and -arrow keys for about 5 seconds.

 

Check Battery Temperature

  • With no tank attached, press the firing button 10 times in rapidly.

 

Lock  / Unlock

  • While battery is turned on, hold down the + and –buttons for about 3 seconds.

 

Switch Vaping Modes

  • Click the firing button 3 times, then use the + and –buttons to scroll through.

REACTOR MINI: O Ring Locations

Reactor Mega

USER ERROR -To turn on your REACTOR, without the tank attached, press the firing button on the side of the battery five times in rapid succession. Once the battery is turned on, the digital LED screen will become visible.

  • STEALTH MODE-Confirm the battery is not in stealth mode.
  • Hold the firing button and down button for about 3 seconds turn on and off Stealth Mode.

 

  • BATTERY IS CHARGED -The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged atany time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuinguse.

*The REACTOR battery will typically take 6.5 hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

USER ERROR –Confirm the battery is turned on and that the customer is holding down the firing button while taking a drag.

 

  • TANK IS FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –The e-liquid being used will play a role in the vapor production. While 3rdparty juices will work, they are not supported.

 

  • PG or VG –It is important that VG juice is being used when using coils under 1.5ohms.

 

  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • BATTERY SETTINGS –Confirm the customer is using the correct setting with their coil.
  • Stainless Steel and Nickel Coils should onlybe used in TC and TCR Modes
  • Kanthaland Clapton coils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode, Bypass Mode and Smart Mode
  • COIL RESISTANCE –What coil is the customer using? Lower coil resistances will produce more vapor.

 

  • INCREASE SETTINGS –If set too low, no vapor will be produced.
  • IMPORTANT: If set to Bypass Mode, the higher the battery level, the higher the output voltage which would result in more vapor production. Once the battery begins to lose charge, vapor production will decrease.
  • Ni & SS Modes the voltage should be pre-set to 80W.

 

  • COIL & TANK CONNECTIONS –Ensure that these components are not loose.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Each coil is designed to last up to a month before needing to be replaced. Once the coil burns out, little to no vapor will be produced.

 

  • REPLACE COIL –If the above steps did not resolve the issue, we would then need to have the customer replace the coil.

REACTOR MINI –Confirm the customer is using a MEGA Reactor Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.

 

  • CORRECT TYPE –What type of coil is the customer using?
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.

 

  • HALO / EVO JUICE –We will not support any 3rdparty juices.
  • TANK FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor

 

  • VOLTAGE SETTINGS –Setting the voltage too high will play a role in the taste.
  • Ni & SS Modes the voltage should be pre-set to 80W.

 

  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.

 

  • COIL TYPE –Because the Reactor Mini can be used in either Variable Wattage or Temperature Control setting it is important for the user to select the coil that meets their vaping preference.
  • Nickel –This coils is best used in TC and TCR mode because of the rapid changing resistance when the coil gets hot.
  • Stainless Steel -SS are naturally low in resistance. They have almost no ramp up time, which means as soon as you being to vapeit fires right up.
  • Clapton -This coil add flavor due to the increase surface area. These coils are designed to slow down the ramp up time which decreased dry hits.
  • Kanthal-High resistance coil which is created for stable resistance at varying wattage settings.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –The lower the coil resistance, the harsher the taste will be.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. 6mg or 1/3 of your normal nicotine level is recommended with mod batteries.
  • CHAING VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.

 

  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced.

MOUTHPIECE

  • VG Juice
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil
  • Chain Vaping
  • Flooding Coil
  • Missing O Ring
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Loose Coil or Missing O Ring Coil –Remove the coil, confirm the O Ring is in place and securely connect it to the base of the tank.
  • VG Juice –Ensure that the customer isn’t using PG Juice. PG Juice is thinner in consistency which may cause for excessive leaking.
  • Flooding Coil –Holding down the firing button without taking a drag will cause the coil to flood resulting in juice coming out the air vents.
  • Storage –When not in use, it’s best to store the tank upside down. Doing so will prevent the juice from seeping thru the cotton and out the air vents.
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings
  • Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporizedquick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.
  • Correct Battery Setting with Coil Type
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode.

 

  • Air Pressure (Top Fill Tanks Only) Air Pressure will be created anytime the Top Cap is removed then re-attached. It is very important to close the airflow vents before removing the top cap. After securing the cap back on to the tank, turn the tank upside down, then open the airflow vents. This will release any air pressure that has built up inside the tank. **Important: If excess leaking has occurred, the customer should replace the coil before trying the top fill steps as the cotton was likely oversaturated.
  • Correct Battery Setting with Coil Type
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.
  • Clapton and KanthalCoils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode, Bypass Mode and Smart Mode.

 

  • SEAMS
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil or Tank
  • Cracked Glass
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

The battery level indicator on the LED screen will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged at any time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.

 

HOW TO RECHARGE –Without the tank attached, attach the small connector of the USB cable into the charging port of the REACTOR battery. The larger end of the cable should then be inserted into a computer or other USB compatible power source, or can be used in conjunction with the REACTOR wall charger. Once connected to a power source, the battery level indicator on the LED screen will flash until fully charged. Once fully charged, the battery level indicator will stop blinking, shine for 10 seconds and go out.

The REACTOR battery will typically take three to 6.5 hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.

PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES

Micro USB Cable

Wall Plug

 

The use of any third-party charging accessories may lead to malfunction and/or damage of this product

ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD

Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.

Try charging from a different wall outlet.

Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film.  Wear and Tear can  also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.

 

  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the Mega Reactor battery along with the correctcoil type. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly.Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • Stainless Steel and Nickel Coils should onlybe used in TC and TCR Modes
  • Kanthaland Clapton coils should only be used in Variable Wattage Mode, Bypass Mode and Smart Mode.

 

  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Is the customer using PG Juice instead of VG? If using PG Juice, are they using the 1.5 ohm coils?
  • Which battery settings was the customer using? Which coil type with the setting?
  • Nickel and Stainless Steel Coils should only be used in TC and TCR Modes.

 

  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Power On/Off

  • Press the firing button 5 times in rapid succession.

 

Stealth On/Off

  • Press the firing button and down button simultaneously while the device is powered on to switch between Stealth On and Stealth Off mode. In Stealth On mode, you can vape with the screen off and you can press the firing button one time to see current setting.

 

Switch Display Mode

  • Turn battery off, hold + and -arrow keys for about 5 seconds.

 

Check Battery Temperature

  • With no tank attached, press the firing button 10 times in rapidly.

 

Lock  / Unlock

  • While battery is turned on, hold down the + and –buttons for about 3 seconds.

 

Switch Vaping Modes

  • Hold down the Menu button until you get to the desired mode.

 

Adjust Voltage in Smart Mode

  • After attaching your tank, hold down the menu button until you get to “Smart Mode” then press the up and down arrows to adjust voltage.

REACTOR MINI: O Ring Locations

TRACER SERIES

  • USER ERROR -To turn on your TRACER battery, without the tank attached, click the firing button on the side of the battery five to seven times in rapid succession. The button’s backlight will blink five times to indicate the TRACER has been successfully turned “on.”
  • BATTERY IS CHARGED -The TRACER’S firing button backlight will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged at any time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.

*The TRACER battery takes three and a half hours to charge from its fully drained state.

  • USER ERROR –Confirm the battery is turned on and that the customer is holding down the firing button while taking a drag.
  • TANK IS FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE –The e-liquid being used will play a role in the vapor production. While 3rdparty juices will work, they are not supported.
  • PG or VG –It is important that VG juice is being used when using coils under 1.2 ohms.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor
  • COIL & TANK CONNECTIONS –Ensure that these components are not loose.
  • BATTERY SETTINGS (v2 ONLY) –The v2 Tracer battery has two built in modes which will play a role in the amount of vapor being produced.
  • Direct Output (White LED Button) The higher the battery level, the more vapor will be produced. As the battery charge begins to diminish, so will the vapor production. The output voltage range is 3.6v to 4.2v.
  • Constant Output (Red LED Button) This mode enables the battery to operate at a set voltage of 3.8 v until the battery can no longer produce that voltage.
  • ADJUST TWIST SETTINGS –Bypass Mode and Variable Wattage Mode
  • Bypass Mode –The higher the battery level, the more vapor will be produced. As the battery charge begins to diminish, so will the vapor production. The button LED will turn white to indicate that you’re under Variable Wattage mode.
  • Variable Wattage -User has the ability to select the desired wattage level between 5-30W. To adjust the wattage, simply rotate the bottom ring. The button LED will turn orange to indicate that you’re under Bypass mode.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –What coil is the customer using?
  • Lower coil resistances will produce more vapor.
  • Dual coils will produce more vapor than single coils.
  • BURNT COIL –Each coil is designed to last up to a month before needing to be replaced. Once the coil burns out, little to no vapor will be produced.
  • TRACER BATTERY –Confirm the customer is using a TRACER Battery. 3rdparty batteries are not supported.
  • HALO / EVO JUICE –We will not support any 3rdparty juices.
  • TANK FILLED –We recommend keeping it at least ¾ full while vaping. Allowing the juice to get too low could result in the coil burning out.
  • NEW TO THE FLAVOR –Has the customer ever tried this flavor before? If not, they simply may not be a fan of it.
  • NICOTINE LEVEL –Nicotine levels do play a role in the taste of the juice. 6mg or 1/3 of your normal nicotine level is recommended with mod batteries. It could be that the nicotine level is just too high.
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Less airflow -better for mouth to lung hits, more flavor, stronger throat hit, slightly warmer vapor
  • More airflow -better for lung hits, more vapor, less flavor intensity, less throat hit, slightly cooler vapor
  • BATTERY MODE –The v2 Tracer battery has two built in modes , Constant and Direct. Try having the customer change modes to see if that improves the taste.
  • ADJUST SETTINGS (TWIST BATTERY ONLY) –Recommend a lower wattage setting.
  • COIL TYPE –Single vs Dual. Dual coils tend to burn the juice at a higher temperature which would play a role in how the juice tastes.
  • COIL RESISTANCE –The lower the coil resistance, the harsher the taste will be.
  • CHAING VAPING –The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to enter the coil area quick enough which in turn will give off a burnt taste.
  • WAIT TO VAPE –It is very important to wait about 5 minutes or so after filling tank that has a new coil installed. Vaping immediately afterfilling the tank will almost always cause for a very strong unpleasant burnt taste.
  • BURNT COIL –Coils are designed to last up to month before needing to be replaced. A burnt like taste and leaking will occur once the coilhas burnt out. Replacing the juice inside the tank may be required when installing a new coil. The reason for this is burnt particles from the cotton may have fallen into the juice.
  • MOUTHPIECE
  • VG Juice
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil Connection
  • Chain Vaping
  • Flooding Coil
  • Missing O Ring
  • AIRFLOW VENT
  • Loose Coil or Missing O Ring Coil –Remove the coil, confirm the O Ring is in place and securely connect it to the base of the tank.
  • VG Juice –Ensure that the customer isn’t using PG Juice. PG Juice is thinner in consistency which may cause for excessive leaking.
  • Flooding Coil –Holding down the firing button without taking a drag will cause the coil to flood resulting in juice coming out the air vents.
  • Storage –When not in use, it’s best to store the tank upside down. Doing so will prevent the juice from seeping thru the cotton and out the air vents.
  • Air Pressure (Top Fill Tanks Only) Air Pressure will be created anytime the Top Cap is removed then re-attached. It is very important to close the airflow vents before removing the top cap. After securing the cap back on to the tank, turn the tank upside down, then open the airflow vents. This will release any air pressure that has built up inside the tank. **Important: If excess leaking has occurred, the customer should replace the coil before trying the top fill steps as the cotton was likely oversaturated.
  • Missing or Damaged Tank O Rings
  • Chain Vaping-The avg. drag should be about 3 seconds long, 1 drag every 30 seconds. Chain vaping will not allow the juice to be vaporizedquick enough resulting in juice coming up through the mouthpiece.
  • SEAMS
  • Improper Filling
  • Loose Coil or Tank Connections
  • Cracked Glass
  • Missing or Damaged O Rings

USER ERROR -Does the battery really need to be charged?

  • The TRACER firing button’s backlight will display the amount of battery life remaining. The battery can be charged at any time, regardless of the remaining charge. If the battery is completely drained, it will need to be charged before continuing use.


HOW TO RECHARGE -Without the tank attached, Attach the small connector of the USB cable into the charging port of the TRACER battery. The larger end of the cable should then be inserted into a computer or other USB compatible power source, or can be used in conjunction with the TRACER wall charger. Once connected to a power source, the charge indicator at the bottom of the unit will glow red. When the unit is fully charged, the red light will blink five times and then go out.
The Tracer battery will typically take three to 4 hours to obtain a full charge from its fully drained state.
PROPER CHARGING ACCESSORIES
•Micro USB Cable
•Wall Plug

The use of any third-party charging accessories may lead to malfunction and/or damage of this product
ALTERNATE CHARGING METHOD
•Try charging directly from a USB port on a computer.
•Try charging from a different wall outlet.

  • Stuck Button -A button that has become stuck in the down position is typically caused by leaking juice. Try taking a q-tipwith rubbing alcohol to remove any gunk like film. Wear and Tear can also cause the button to become stuck in the downward position, but this will happen overa long period of time.
  • Hot Tank –This is typically caused by a flooded coil. Ensure that the customer is using the Tracer battery along with the correct coil type. Recommend that the customer empty the tank, clean and dry it. Replace the coil in the tank, prime the coil and fill the tank properly. Provide them with tips on how to extend the life of the coil and advise them not to chain vape.
  • Auto Firing Hot w/ Charging Hot w/Vaping
  • First, advise the customer to discontinue use and remove the tank from the battery.
  • Second, confirm the following information with the customer and notify your manager.
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty charging accessories?
  • Has the customer ever used any 3rdparty tanks or coils?
  • Is the customer using PG Juice instead of VG?
  • What coil resistance was being used with the battery?
  • Has the battery ever been exposed to liquid?
  • Has the battery ever been physically damaged?

Tracer v1 Battery: Direct output voltage is applied in this mode. The higher the battery level, the higher the voltage yielded.

Tracer v2 Battery: 

  • Direct Output (White LED Button) : The higher the battery level, the higher the voltage yielded. The output voltage range is 4.2 to 3.6 volts.
  • Constant Output (RED LED Button) : This enables the battery to operate at a set voltage of 3.8 v until the battery can no longer produce that voltage.

Shift Between Modes: To shift between Direct Output Mode (white light) and Constant

Mode (orange light), simply hold down the power button while the battery is off.

When powered off, long press the fire button to shift between direct output mode (white light) and constant voltage output mode (red light). Release the fire button to choose the current mode.

Tracer Twist Battery:

  • Bypass Mode: Direct output voltage is applied in this mode. The higher the battery level, the higher the voltage yielded.
  • Variable Wattage: User has the ability to select the desired wattage level between 5-30W. To adjust the wattage, simply rotate the bottom ring.

Shift Between Modes: To shift between Bypass Mode (orange light) and Variable

Wattage Mode (white light), simply rotate the bottom ring to the desired mode.

Battery Specifications

E-Liquid Descriptions

APPLE POM SMOOTHIE (PG) -Pomegranate with Granny Smith and Red Delicious Apple
HAZELNUT CAPPUCCINO (PG) -cappuccino and dried hazelnut
NUTTY CARAMEL (PG) -Baked pecans, roasted almonds, salted cashews and sweet caramel
SPICED APPLE (PG) -“Granny Smith” apples with  a hint of spice
BELGIAN COCOA (PG & VG) -dried cocoa and rich chocolate
CAFÉ MOCHA (PG) -Cappuccino with very subtle hints of mocha and hazelnut
COBALT CRUSH (PG & VG) -creamy blueberry pastry
COOKIE KARMA (PG & VG) -cookie crumbles and vanilla ice cream.
DEVLIN (PG&VG) -Rich caramel
INSOMNIA (PG & VG) -grape Energy Drink flavor
MADAGASCAR SUNRISE (VG) -grapes and sweet lychee.
MALIBU (PG&VG) -frozen Piña Colada twisted inside of a light menthol wrapper.
SHAMROCK (PG) -mint base, with semisweet chocolate notes
SOLAR SMASH (PG & VG) -fresh berry tart
SUGAR TWIST (PG&VG) -glazed doughnut blend
TOASTED RESERVE (VG) -fresh roasted peanuts ground into a smooth and salty butter
TURKISH TOBACCO (PG & VG) -mild tobacco flavor
TWISTED TURNOVER (PG & VG) -freshly baked apple strudel
VOODOO (PG) -mild tobacco with fiery cinnamon, smooth vanilla, black currant, grape and plum
APRICOTA (PG) -Turkish Apricots
BACKWOODS BLUEBERRY (PG) -smooth, natural blueberry flavor
CANTALOUPIA (PG) -crisp, sweet flavor of cantaloupe
COASTAL COLLIDER (PG & VG) -tropical fruit punch flavors.
CRYPTIC BLAST (PG & VG) -exotic, ripe and juicy berry flavors
FRUITA PALOOZA (PG) -Crisp cherries, ripe red grapes, a splash of tangy orange, and sweet lemon-lime flavors
FUZZY SUMMER (VG) -peaches topped with cream.
GOLDEN KIWI (PG) -freshly sliced Kiwi.
GRAPE VAPE (PG) -Grape Candy
LIMELIGHT (PG) -sweet, tart burst of Key lime flavor
PURE POMEGRANATE (PG) -Mediterranean pomegranate
TANGERINE SWIRL (PG) -ripe tangerines, creamy vanilla notes
TROPICAL PARADOX (VG) -pineapple, coconut, and sugarcane.
TURKISH TOBACCO (PG & VG) – mild tobacco flavor
VOODOO (PG) – mild tobacco with fiery cinnamon, smooth vanilla, black currant, grape and plum
BLACK CALICO (PG & VG) – Cavendish base, vanilla bean, sweet finish.
CORDOBA (PG) – woodsy tobacco notes with sweet caramel flavor
FREEDOM JUICE (PG) – mild tobacco taste with a sweet finish
LONGHORN (PG) – Bold, fire-cured Corojo and sweet Cavendish tobacco
MIDNIGHT APPLE (PG) – tobacco with a hint of Granny Smith apple
PIRATE’S CREED **FORMERLY CAPT. JACK** (PG)- cured Virginia & Oriental, with a dash of Latakia spice tobacco
PRIME 15 (PG&VG) – earthy, with hints of cocoa
TORQUE 56 (PG) – unfiltered tobacco flavor
TRIBECA (PG&VG) – smooth tobacco with vanilla and caramel undertones.
COOL MIST (PG) – subtle, sweet menthol experience
KRINGLE’S CURSE (PG & VG) – peppermint
MENTHOL ICE (PG) – consistently pure menthol flavor
MENTHOL V ***FORMERLY MENTHOL X*** (PG) – ultra-smooth tobacco with peppermint, menthol and eucalyptus
MYSTIC (PG) – Light, sweet mixed mint undertones, with no underlying tobacco taste.
PURPLE TUNDRA (PG & VG) – bone-chilling menthol with ripe concord grapes.
SPEARMINT (PG) – natural spearmint.
SUBZERO (PG&VG) – three times the cool mint effect of our other menthol E-liquid flavors

How to Fill a “Top Fill” Tank

When to Refill: Top Fill tanks perform best when filled with at least a ¾ of the way full of e-liquid continuously.  This ensures the heating element remains moist during use, and will extend the overall life of the coil head. It is recommended that tank be refilled once the e-liquid level drops below the top of the coil head. Air Pressure (Top Fill Tanks Only) – Air Pressure will be created anytime the Top Cap is removed then re-attached. It is very important to close the airflow vents before removing the top cap.

**Important: If excess leaking has occurred, the customer should replace the coil before trying the top fill steps as the cotton was likely oversaturated.

How to Refill:

  • First, unscrew the entire tank from the
  • Adjust airflow, twist the ring on the base of the hardware left or right to change the size of the air hole, and cover opening.
  • To fill, ensure the tank is oriented with the mouthpiece facing upright. With your thumb and index finger directly underneath the grooves of the mouthpiece, gently twist counter-clockwise to unscrew the tank’s Once the cap is removed, carefully pour e-liquid into either of the two bean shaped openings. The chamber should be filled ¾ of the way up.
  • Wipe off any excess juice from the cap area.
  • Once filled, re-attach the Reactor tank’s cap by lining up the threads and slowly twisting clockwise until snugly fastened.
  • Turn Tank Upside down (mouthpiece facing down) Adjust airflow, to the open position.
  • Allow a couple of minutes for the e-liquid to soak into the coil head at which time the tank will be ready to use.

Important Note: Air Pressure will be created anytime the Top Cap is removed then re-attached. It is very important to close the airflow vents before removing the top cap. After securing the cap back on to the tank, turn the tank upside down, then open the airflow vents. This will release any air pressure that has built up inside the tank.

JAG6 Tank

Which batteries are compatible with the JAG6 Tank?

  • Reactor 50w: Will work, but you will be limited in regard to Feedback has shown customers like the performance/taste when set between 40 and 70w, most of which cannot be tried on the 50w.
  • Reactor Mini: Looks kinda funny when connected on the Mini but will Again, this tank seems to work best at higher wattages.
  • Reactor Mega: Probably the best fit for the JAG6
  • Tracer v1 & v2: It will work, but only with the .50 ohm Vapor production may be a concern as the battery loses charge.
  • Tracer Twist: If going to be used on a Tracer, the Twist would be the best option because it will let you set the wattage to a consistent

30 watts, maximizing the vapor production.

*** The JAG6 Tank is larger in diameter than the Tracer batteries which will make it appear top heavy.

What are the benefits of using a ceramic coil?

  • Cool Vape
  • Excellent Airflow
  • Great Vapor Production
  • Short Ramp Time, Quick Start Time

What are the downsides of using ceramic coils?

  • More Juice consumption which is why it’s important to use VG Juice
  • .25-ohm Kanthal / Ceramic coil head needs a lot of power fire resulting in battery life draining

Do these coils work in TC or TCR Modes?

No, for best performance the JAG6 Tank should be used in Variable Wattage mode.

  • Smart Mode and Bypass Mode will work as

VG or PG? These coils are designed to use HIGH VG Juices only.

Will my other Reactor Coils work in the JAG6 Tank? No, different coil housing.

Will these JAG6 Ceramic Coils work in my other Reactor Tanks? No, different coil housing.