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Best E cig for a reasonable price?
I'm working on quitting cigarettes. Any of you guys have a brand you recommend? I guess the things that I am looking for are battery life, amount of vapor, and a decent selection of good flavors.
11-22-2014 03:46 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
(11-22-2014 03:46 AM)JoyStick Wrote:  I'm working on quitting cigarettes. Any of you guys have a brand you recommend? I guess the things that I am looking for are battery life, amount of vapor, and a decent selection of good flavors.

http://vapingzone.com/VZ-Click-CLK1280-V...-1997.html

This is a pretty affordable starter kit, and the ecig battery life will be good. Lots of e-liquid flavors to choose from. I am assuming you are in the US. This is place has the best prices shipping within the US that I have found. You can get a couple replacement coils for the atomizer here:

http://vapingzone.com/Kanger-V1-Dual-Coi...-1467.html

If you get more than one flavor, I'd suggest having more than one atomizer/clearomizer. One for each flavor. Many kinds are compatible that that e-cig, not just the one it comes with. You can even call these people up, they are helpful over the phone.

If you decide you like it, you might invest in a higher powered more expensive kind of ecig. I recommended you kind of a medium-level one. Not the cheapest or weakest, but certainly not the most powerful (largest and longest-lasting battery) kind.

E-liquid here:
http://vapingzone.com/E-Liquid-VZ-USA-Ec...-43-1.html

Since I am in Mexico, I have to buy from a company here because I don't want to bother with international shipping and customs.

I'd suggest one tobacco based flavor, one desert-type flavor, and one citrous flavor (like Mojito or something)
11-22-2014 10:08 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
Brand doesn't matter. They nearly all come from about 2-3 factories in China, just with different labels slapped on them.
11-22-2014 10:10 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
Not sure about best E-cig. I have a cheap one that I'm looking to upgrade eventually.

However Tasty Vapors sells the E-juice on the market. Just make sure you transfer it to glass bottles and keep it in the dark. If you don't they go bad eventually.

http://www.tastyvapor.us/#
11-22-2014 10:36 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
the kanger tech starter kit is a good one. you should get that. i have several vaporizers and am an advanced beginnger. this shit gets really complicated past a certain point. its electrical engineering and whatnot and i'm not that interested in it. i like the simple kits that work easily and consistently and KangerTech makes a good one.
11-22-2014 11:08 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
Not too complicated, same concept for all. V=IR... Your coil in the cartomizer is just a little resistor that vaporizes the juice with heat.

Best advice I can give is to get the Kanger as what was suggested above, and a bunch of backup batteries and coil units.

Try to get Domestic juice though, don't want to inhale Chinese shit. I only roll Strawberry!
11-22-2014 01:53 PM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
If you're willing to pay a bit more, I highly recommend Johnson Creek Smoke Juice. The tastiest stuff I've had, and I've tried a lot. Only USDA approved ingredients (although no e-liquid is USDA approved as a finished product).

Also Freedom Smoke only uses flavors from FlavourArt, an Italian company which only uses ingredients in the flavors that are approved by the EU version of the USDA. All of their desert flavors are awesome. Tobacco, not so much. You gotta go to the Chinese for any decent tobacco flavors that taste realistic, I've found.

The Johnson Creek tobacco flavors are delicious, but don't really taste anything like a cigarette or cigar.

I can vouch for KangerTech, I've got one of these in the arsenal. What you want is the "Twist" or variable voltage. That way if you have a burnt taste, you can dial it down. Each liquid and atomizer/clearomizer combo has a slightly different ideal voltage setting. The first one I recommended you is a variable voltage. You can get a Kanger at FreedomSmoke, if you want to get everything at one place.

I will admit, the VapingZone liquids can be very good and cheap, but I'm pretty sure they use flavorings from China because they are cheap.

https://www.johnsoncreeksmokejuice.com

https://freedomsmokeusa.com/
11-22-2014 02:16 PM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
I quit smoking 1.5 years ago with the help of e-cigs. The model i used is Joyetech E-roll. I tried many e-liquids and i think Dekang is the best.
11-24-2014 08:33 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
What I did...

Went to my local smoke/vap shop (they're all over). Bought the smallest battery (x2) and cartridge and the Turkish Tobacco flavor. I then just stop in when I want more liquid...or want to switch to menthol flavor.

If it were price effective I'd smoke the Blu or NJoy e cigs, they're WAAAYYYY more like real cigarettes because of shape weight and feel, which makes a huge difference ...but they're not price effective.

(11-22-2014 10:10 AM)Moto Wrote:  Brand doesn't matter. They nearly all come from about 2-3 factories in China, just with different labels slapped on them.

I would second this...not sure, but I'm guessing this is the case.

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
11-24-2014 10:18 AM
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RE: Best E cig for a reasonable price?
Be careful with that stuff bro. I bought a White Rhino pen to help me satisfy my urges and after a week or two I noticed my sweaty clothes smelled of ammonia after playing basketball. After another week or two off of it it went away. Really tripped me out. Now it's just sitting in my closet.
11-27-2014 05:02 AM
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