Electronic Cigarettes

DDonnie

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Ok, so, at the Midwest meet a couple of you guys had e-cigs. Just wondering where you got them, how much they cost, where you get the flavors etc...
 

willn513

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Dec 4, 2011
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I am a dipper, not a smoker, but occasionally I like to have a quick smoke when at work at can't dip. I never buy them, I am that guy that's always bumming from my guys at work. I have about 5 different guys at work that I hit up regularly for cigs and I always buy each of them a carton at Christmastime. Anyway, one of the guys quit and switched to BLU menthol e-cigs. So he bought 1 for me also and I have to say, it's not bad at all. You can get all kinds of them now, but the easiest way to try them is to get a disposable BLU. Only about $10.00 and lasts 400 "puffs". They come in original "tobacco" and "menthol". I like the menthol better just because it feels like you are actually getting something from it.
 

DDonnie

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The ones that hatchet and Big Ed's girl (cant remember her username) had were bigger. I actually don't smoke (other than a few cigars a year), but you can get them without nicotine for just the flavor and had all kinds of sweet flavors.
 

Ryda55555

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Apr 11, 2013
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I bought one from the convience store a block away from my house, its rechargable and comes with refillable cartridges, cost $50
Theres no nicotine in it but its the most fun just blowing rings and french inhaling for the hell of it when you're at your desk working or bored
Mine is called a e-cigarette but i know a guy who just got a different one for $100 that you inject oil into and he has orange creamsicle flavor, He also puts weed/hash oil in it. Lool
 

Voymom

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Feb 3, 2012
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I have been using the e-cigs for a while now. I tried a few of the gas station one's before I upgraded. I get refillable tanks, and buy tons of the flavored nicotine juice and puff away. I haven't looked back, and was able to quit regular cigarette's cold turkey.

I have an Ego CE 650mAH battery with a CE4 clearomizer tank....I'm looking into a Pavari Mini or some type of mech mod down the road.

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Doing it this way is far cheaper than using the carto refills from the gas stations for the Blu's, Njoy's, and Lotus'. Plus they taste a million times better with flavors like Mountain Dew, cheesecake and so forth. I pay $4.99 for a 15ML bottle of juice which lasts me a good while. It's fun, and I feel so much better not smoking the other 4000 chemicals that are in cigarettes. I am working my way to 0 mg nicotine. I liked smoking a lot, so quitting was going to be hard, if not impossible. This way, I still get the act of smoking with none of the other crap that comes with smoking.

One thing to remember though, when using the e-cigs you have to drink a lot of water since the PG(Proplyene Glycol) is dehydrating. For more info for anyone who is interested, you can look at the forum i'm on at E-Cigarette Forum
 

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djthumper

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Nov 20, 2011
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Voymom said:
I have been using the e-cigs for a while now. I tried a few of the gas station one's before I upgraded. I get refillable tanks, and buy tons of the flavored nicotine juice and puff away. I haven't looked back, and was able to quit regular cigarette's cold turkey.

I have an Ego CE 650mAH battery with a CE4 clearomizer tank....I'm looking into a Pavari Mini or some type of mech mod down the road.

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That thing looks almost as high tech as that UV-3D back there.
 

TollKeeper

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Dec 3, 2011
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Another fan of eGo. I have the eGo-U 900mah. Love it, so many flavors, you actually feel it, refills are cheap as hell.. The battery lasts for a long time, and you get 2 units in the luxury box (which is what I bought). One in my shirt pocket, one in my center console just in case I leave it at home.

Here is where I got mine..

Vaporleaf - Denver, CO - Provider of Electronic Cigarettes, E Liquids and Accessories.

You can shop the different flavors, types, etc. there.
 

Voymom

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Feb 3, 2012
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djthumper said:
That thing looks almost as high tech as that UV-3D back there.

Just drip the juice in and put the mouth piece on, screw it on the battery push a button and your good to go. That little handheld is the Wouxon :biggrin: Best $100 bucks spent ever!!
 

djthumper

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Nov 20, 2011
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Voymom said:
Just drip the juice in and put the mouth piece on, screw it on the battery push a button and your good to go. That little handheld is the Wouxon :biggrin: Best $100 bucks spent ever!!

They are not bad little radios. The Baofengs are decent for $50.
 

Mark20

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Dec 6, 2011
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djthumper said:
That thing looks almost as high tech as that UV-3D back there.

Sharp eyes!
 

DDonnie

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Tami, where do you get the juices?
 

Voymom

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Feb 3, 2012
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DDonnie said:
Tami, where do you get the juices?

I like Mt. Baker Vapor

Best E Cigarette | Buy Electronic Cigarettes | E Cig Juice - MT Baker Vapor

MBV has the cheapest so far which is $4.99 for a 15ML bottle. I usually use 1 to 1-1/2 ML a day. You have to let the MBV juices steep for a week or so though or they don't taste right. Steeping is just removing the lid to the bottle and letting it sit in a dry dark cool place, and shake it a few times a day.

Rawr Juices is good too

Roar Vapor: Home page
 

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