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Joyetech EKEE with ProCore Motor Review

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Recently Joyetech released a new e-cigarette called “EKEE with ProCore Motor” (interesting name :)). The starter kit comes with a well-designed mod – which has been inspired by a smart automobile key. Also included in the kit is Joyetechs popular ProC  e liquid (click here) Tank. The kit is available in five different colors – dark silver, red, yellow, blue and green.

Let’s have a closer look:

What’s included in the EKEE ProCore Motor kit?

  • 1 x EKEE Mod
  • 1 x ProC Motor Tank
  • 1 x ProC1 0.4 Ohm Coil
  • 1 x Pro1-C 0.25 Ohm Coil
  • 1 x QC USB Cable
  • Manual
  • Warranty Card
  • Warning Card

What are the specifications?

Specification

Measurements

: 27 x 47.5 x 117.5 mm

Battery

: 2000mAh

Material

: Metal

Output voltage

: Max. 9V

Output

: 1-80W

Available coils

: 0.05 – 1.5 Ohm – 0.1 – 3.5 Ohm

Modes

: Temperature, Power/Bypass

Tank capacity

: 2ml & 4.5ml

Thread

: 510

The EKEE Mod

We really like the touch and feel of the EKEE Mod! It’s something special and very well designed. A really nice feature is the 1.3-inch color display which shows you all necessary information – like battery life, coil resistance, wattage output and also a clock (while in the standby mode).

The mod is very handy – especially the fire button which is located just under the tank on the left-hand side. Output wattage can be changed on the right-side by clicking on the +/- button.  The 80W max output is totally sufficient in combination with the ProC tank. The inbuilt battery with 2000mAh can be charged with a standard mini-USB cable. Another really nice feature is the fast charging function. The EKEE Mod can be charged within only 2 hours (please note, that you will need the Avatar quick charger – which is sold separately).

The ProC Tank

Procore Tank

Personally, I’m a big fan of the ProC Tank. I like the flavor and the vapor amount it produces. The tank is super easy refilled thanks to the flip top-fill design. The read more

SMOK Micro One 80W TC Micro TFV4 Starter Kit Review

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The Micro One 80W TC TFV4 is a very popular starter kit by chinese manufacturer SMOK that provides everything you need to buy vape liquid uk and start vaping on a streamlined, easy to use yet very powerful box mod. A remake of SMOK’s old M80 with added temperature control mode combined with a micro version of the extremely popular TFV4 sub-ohm tank makes for a very promising full kit at a bargain price of $59.99.

SMOK Micro One 80W TC Micro TFV4 specs and build quality

The SMOK Micro One R80 is very similar in appearance to the old M80 model. A tiny mod in a practical rectangular shaped chassis build of high quality zinc alloy. However, we did notice the buttons rattling a tiny bit here and there which can be annoying. The mod comes in several different colors with a rubberized surface for improved grip.

The specs of this tiny box mod are surely an eye catcher: Up to 80W maximum output and temperature control mode supporting nickel, titanium as well as stainless steel coils backed up by a powerful 4000 mAh integrated battery that allows for several vaping sessions before needing to be recharged. Our R80 charged from zero to full in just about an hour putting it right up there with the best of the best in terms of battery lifetime. The two line OLED display shows you everything that’s going on inside this little powerhouse, though we really would have liked the screen to be a tiny bit bigger.
The Micro TFV4 tank is exactly what the name suggests, a micro version of the highly popular and very versatile TFV4 tank, maintaining read more

4 Apps That Make You Money

Ibotta. This app has a list of items that give you cash back from your local retailers. Simply tap the store that you are shopping at and see if any of the items on your grocery list have cash back offers. To redeem an offer you will need to scan your store receipt and the product barcode.

Receipt Hog. This is an excellent app for anybody who shops at grocery and convenience stores. All you have to do is scan your receipts and you will earn points which can be redeemed for cash. Receipt information is used for market research.

Panel App. This is a simple app you can download to your phone. It uses WiFi to track where you go and at what time. You will earn points which can be redeemed for cash. The data that’s gathered is used for market research so if you are concerned about privacy you may not want to use this app.

Checkpoints. This app is similar to Ibotta however you earn points while shopping which can be redeemed for gift cards.

Tortilla Based Sweet Dessert Dishes: Make Easy Tasty Dishes Using Wraps, Fresh Fruit and Flavoured Sugar

Sweet Tortilla Crisps

Serve these sweet crisps after a meal, or just as a snack throughout the day.

Ingredients

  • Some cooking oil
  • Some tortillas
  • Vanilla or cinnamon sugar

Method

  1. Cut the tortillas up into jaggy pieces, like tortilla chips
  2. Put the oil into a frying pan, so it covers the bottom
  3. Heat the oil
  4. Drop as many pieces of the tortilla chips into the frying pan as will fit
  5. Fry until they are golden brown
  6. Turn over and fry the other side until the chips are crispy
  7. Drain on a paper towel
  8. Sprinkle with the flavoured sugar on both sides and serve

Tortilla Fresh Fruit Bowl

An excellent refreshing dessert and you can use any fruit that’s in season at the time, and when the salad has been eaten, you can then eat the bowl! The bowls can be used for any fillings – fruit salad, ice cream, trifle, etc.

Ingredients

  • Tortillas – one per person
  • Fruit salad made with whatever combination of fresh fruits that’s pleasing and in season at the time
  • Ice cream or sauce

Method to make the bowls

  1. Heat the oven to 180 C
  2. Place each tortilla into a dessert bowl, or bowl of choice
  3. Press down firmly so the tortilla takes on the shape on the bowl
  4. If necessary,
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Tips for Finding Work as a Teacher in Thailand: ESL Thailand Can Offer Many Possibilities

Those interested in finding work as an English Teacher in Thailand will often make common mistakes that make the process more difficult than it should be. Here are some tips to help prospective teachers avoid these common mistakes and maximise their chances of finding work.

Why are People Interested in Finding Work as an English Teacher in Thailand?

Thailand is an exotic location and it is little wonder that so many people fall in love with the place during their vacation time. For many of these travelers the idea of returning to their home countries is too much and they look for ways to extend their holiday. Finding work as an English teacher can be one way to stay and to join a rewarding profession. Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) offers many possibilities.

Tips for Finding Work as an English Teacher in Thailand

If people want to make a success of teaching in Thailand they need to leave holiday mode as quickly as possible. A common mistake that new recruits make is to not act professionally and this means that they can’t get hired or lose any job they do manage to obtain.

It is recommended that applicants have at least a college degree if they plan to work as an English teacher in Thailand. People do manage to find work without this qualification but it tends to be lowly paid and of the illegal variety. If individuals want to get a Thai teacher’s license and work permit then a degree is often a must.

There are some good websites devoted to teaching English read more

Italian Wine Festival for the Elite: Sardinian Wine Tasting Event – ""Wine for LIfe"" Helps to Fight AIDS

Italian wine has long been popular worldwide but it’s the lesser known Sicilian wines such as Marsala and Moscato that are mainly used in the famous Italian cuisine. For an island with a history of more than four thousand years making wine it’s time the world took more notice.

Sicily is the largest and one of the most important island in the Mediterranean, it covers over 25,000 square kilometres of mainly mountainous terrain, one of its peaks and the highest peak in Europe (3,342 meters) is Mount Etma, Europe’s largest active volcano.

On this fertile land Sicily produces more than 1/6th of all Italian wines, but until recently most of it stayed on the island. Now the industry, thanks to some modern techniques, is out to show the world its produce.

The First Porto Cervo Wine Festival is due to take place fromm 26th-28th April 2020 in the 5* Cervo Hotel in Porto Cervo the festival will bring together wine experts and journalists from across the world.

Guest speakers will introduce the Sardinian wines of the local area, wine tastings and workshops are all designed to wet your palate. Famous chefs will also be on hand to create recipes that use local wines in their creation.

Organized by Starwood Hotels & Resorts in the beautiful Costa Smeralda this three-day event is donating the entrance fee profits to Wine For Life, the campaign to help fight AIDS in Africa.

This event is hoped to be the first of many to introduce to the world the fine wines that Sicily read more

Get a Healthy Organic Garden: 7 Steps to Create a Landscape Full of Big Flowers and Vegetables

Gardeners new to organic gardening can become frustrated when the natural methods they use on their flowers and vegetables fail. It is disappointing when insect soap kills everything except the garden pest, or when compost from carefully tended bins fails to give us the yields we expected.

Good organic gardening practices encompass more than just the best natural pest control spray or the newest plant variety. Gardeners must ensure that each piece of the puzzle is in place for a lush and vibrant organic garden.

Create Healthy Soil

Although gardeners may debate the value of various organic soil amendments, and may dabble in peat moss or vermiculite for problematic soils, conventional wisdom shares that compost is the number one soil builder for organic gardeners. Well-rotted compost helps the soil retain moisture, encourages beneficial microbes, adds nutrients to the soil, and normalizes pH. It’s almost impossible to add too much compost to the soil, so start a compost bin if you haven’t already to create a ready supply of this garden essential.

The Right Plant for the Location

If you’ve fallen in love with a plant you saw on vacation or in a garden catalog, ask yourself several questions before you subject it to a slow death in your landscape. Is this plant hardy in your growing zone? If not, it won’t survive the first winter. Does this plant need a boggy soil or lean sandy loam? Will the plant grow straggly in your shady lot, or will it wither in your relentless sun?

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Wine Festival in Logroño, Capital of Rioja's Wine Producing Area

Anyone heading to Logroño for the wine festival next year be warned. It’s not for those who can’t take late nights. At 2.00 a.m. Calle Laurel, the street of 100 tapas bars and barrels of wine, was heaving. Children played underfoot, grandparents gazed on benignly, and parents stood around, their arms on the barrels that served as tables outside the bars, the aroma of spicy chorizo oozing from the garlicky bread in their hands.

Logroño, Capital of Rioja and Centre of Wine Production

Logroño is the centre of Rioja wine production, a wine that holds a very special place in the collective memory of the locals. Even the paving stones have a grape and vine motif, and you are never far from cellars that invite you in to taste their wares. A glass of excellent Rioja at any one of the pavement cafés will cost under €2.

Get there early in the festival period for the colourful parades, the treading of the grapes by the last old couple to do so, and the arrival of the bulls. This is wine country, after all, and no fiesta would be fulfilled without a bull-fight. The “fountain of wine” in the Gran Via is initiated at the beginning of the week, spurting rich red Rioja – not really, it used to be, but now it’s coloured water.

The Wine Festival in Rioja

 

Throughout the day and evening, groups of musicians in colourful costume parade and play traditional tunes, followed by the usual line of little boys carrying flags. Sometimes the music clashes when a sombreroed Mariachi read more

Making Chinese Peanut Noodles – a Tastier, Healthier Version

Some of us have a love-hate relationship with whole wheat pasta. If you’re trying to introduce some healthier varieties of noodles into your diet, this recipe is a perfect and delicious way to sneak in to some nutrition. As a bonus, you will find the addition of healthy raw vegetable a delightfully crunchy foil to the creamy noodles.”Dan Dan”” is said to originate from an ancient Chinese vendor who carried noodles in one basket, and add-ins in another, carrying them on a pole across his shoulders.

Whole Wheat Grows Up

In the old days, whole wheat pasta tasted about as good as the box it came in. No longer. You know you’ve been meaning to add some whole grains into your diet. Here’s one recipe that is so delicious, even the biggest doubters in your house will thank you. Start with this one and see how it goes. Better to make one new dish they’ll enjoy with healthier pasta, than try to ban regular pasta and cause a revolt.

Two Ancient Grains

Buckwheat soba has been a staple of Japanese cuisine for centuries. It’s often enjoyed in the summer, chilled. Buckwheat is low in saturated fat, high in protein, is a good source of fiber and minerals such as magnesium, copper and manganese, iron. (Somen is also enjoyed this way.)

Einkorn is an ancient whole grain. The folks at Jovial pasta have worked with Italian artisans to produce a healthy pasta with none of that old cardboard taste and texture. It’s high in Thiamine, read more

Top 5 Apps for Back-To-School

These apps will help you get and stay organized, take notes, and also study better. Check them out.

App #1: myHomework

This is a great app that helps students stay very organized by creating an assignments calendar. It’ll also tell you when they’re due. It’s great for those of you who are overloaded with work. The best thing about this application is that- It’s Free!

App #2: Wikipedia

We all know the good old Wiki, but it’s pretty new to the app world. You can get a great research Free!

App #3: Evernote

I should have marked this on as #1, because you’ll love it too. Not only is it free, but you can do multiple things at once, like record and write notes, and even search notes with a picture! How cool is that?!!

App #4: Cram

This one might be the most expensive, but it will probably turn out as your most-used app. If you have a test coming up, you can use Cram to create flash cards, then turn it into a multiple choice test!!

App #5: Dictionary.com

This app is absolutely free too, and it’s great if you want a quick definition.