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  •  Didn't have any success with these (7+ / 0-)

    until I bought a Joyetech Ego-T dual set with two Vision CE5 clearomizers.  The clearomizers need to be cleaned about every 4-7 days. It is always good to buy a third just in case you lose one, or it goes bad.  They must be filled with eliquid which can be purchased online as well. This penstyle ecig is several times better than anything in the stores.  It produces alot more vapor for one thing. Unfortunately you must order them online.

    The initial purchase is expensive but you save relative to real cigs or cheap store bought ecigs because eliquid is much cheaper than real cigs or the prefilled cartridges, on the cheap cigarette style ecigs.   I was a two pack a day smoker and I spend about 30 dollars every two weeks on eliquid.   I buy a new clearomizer once a month 5 dollars and new ecig stems every 4 months 30 dollars.  Compare that two 10 dollars a day smoking real cigs or cheap store bought ecigs.

    •  The only big downside is that (7+ / 0-)

      I let my cousin try them. She already has chronic bronchitis, technically copd.  She had a scary breathing attack from trying it. I would not recommend ecigs for people who already have lung issues, or are sensitive in anyway. I am nagging her to use the patch or gum.

      I can't believe how well I breath now that I use them, so if you don't have any issues already a good quality ecig is a good thing.

    •  It can take some thrashing (5+ / 0-)

      to find what will work for you!  I started with a cigarette look-alike, detested them very quickly (although they certainly did help me move toward severe reduction), and went with the Smokeless Image Volt X2.

      I also favor the Vision Spinner and have a host of incidental items like the vGo VV, VAMO, a mechanical Bolt, and an eGo VV mod.

      I tend to like the Kanger T3...well, it's kind of a tank-omizer, really.  2.5 ml capacity but the base of a cleartomizer.  Replace the base every 3 to 5 weeks, and I keep 8 in cycle.

      Mom loves her CE5 cleartos, one cousin uses the Kanger T3 as well, another likes cartomizers.  One actually atty drips.

      (-6.38, -7.03) Moderate left, moderate libertarian

      by Lonely Liberal in PA on Thu Jun 27, 2013 at 03:05:28 PM PDT

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      •  the local vape shop called me and my ProTank (1+ / 0-)
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        is in.....I'll probably get one from them but I am switching to online as they can be much cheaper the protank is 21 bucks plus tax....Vapor beast has the same unit for 14.50 with free shipping...actually they have free shipping on everything....the juice I'm still going through rtsvapes as it's  American made and U.S.P. listed so medicinal quality.....

        Now I want the Innoken I Clear 30....I like the moveable mouthpiece but they will not take standard drip tips....

        Vaya con Dios Don Alejo
        I want to die a slave to principles. Not to men.
        Emiliano Zapata

        by buddabelly on Fri Jun 28, 2013 at 04:44:11 PM PDT

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