Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe
When I first got going and into vaping discussions over a year ago people were in the rave about the place while the name doesn't hold as much water as far as discounts. But I run into this commonly as various places will have only one or two things cheaper then someone else and higher prices on the rest! Take the Smok Aro Winder 2000mah battery I mentioned earlier for $24 at Misthub while they $33- for them.
For non variable eGo batteries I was getting those at another vendor Cighub or Nola V Pen(owner changed name of site after I had ordered a few times from them. Initially that one showed a pic of a starter kit with 1300mah eGo batteries and found when I ordered they were 1100 instead I complained about. Got a freebie third 1100 when deciding to order two more. One was passed along to someone to use rather then smoke lately)
Bing makes a great friend when it comes to shopping but won't always come up with the lowest prices all the time. It depends on what it is usually as some have revealed $10 tanks for $6 when I was finding the same on Bing for $8!
Quote: Originally Posted by Dude
I picked up the new kit today, same one in my link earlier . I'm playing with the voltage, have it at 4.0 right now. I went with Kentucky bourbon for the juice and like it. I started with the 18mg nic.
So far ( a whole hour and a half I have had it) it is way better than the vuze freebie I started with. I can get a really good hit off of it, and totally get what you mean by throat hit now.
At first I had a friend pick up a few disposables that didn't go over well at all. From there I looked around and ended up with Bloog starter kits I was handing out as holiday gifts to some still smoker friends. Those are some resistant to any change of habit by the way. Then came the SMOK Vamo V2 and a friend who had just quit a 4 pack a day habit starting up his own family run eliquid business and I then need refillable blanks from Bloog at first and then onto eGo batteries which later included a pair of eGo-C Twists(650mah for about $50 in leather eGo carrying case) and a Vision 1300mah Spinner.
The Vamo being powered by either 18350, 18500, or 18650 batteries used in led flashlight carried by security guards, police at times, etc. was not only larger(friend razed it was hookah which it is farthest from
) was variable wattage vs variable voltage while having both. The C-Ts and Spinner were alright for the time being when needing to turn something up while tasting a new flavor(for a period of time samples for each flavor would be sent to me to evaluate) but besides the somewhat awkwardness of the larger Vamo something was still missing. I was still lighting up for six months after the first disposables.
The C-Twists and Spinner ordered a year ago March plus Vamo by that time did break the ice for the 2013 New Year's res to quit within 2013! And then 3/30/13 came along six months after starting with me already down to only 3packs a week! Try 3packs daily 35yrs. ago when working long hours on night shift with longer then usual breaks at a time when no one had no smoking policies! since that place is smoke free even before the company was sold.
Along came Nov. 2013 and the need to look at other then top coiled 1.6ml clearomizers came about and I looked into the bcc tanks(Bottom Coil Clearomizer type tanks and clearomizers both). That was when the MVP2.0 came about to be followed by the iTaste V3.0s until the sight of the Smok Groove II(3800mah sealed battery) sa well as the VV/VW Mega batteries. What a difference since they prevent any fall back into that old nasty habit with ease!
It wasn't stepping up voltage but wattage that actually sees the taste change on what you are vaping! Since the MVP2.0 run 7w-11 or 12w I set everything to 7watts and found some flavors were still too sweet and turned those up to 10w(not too many since 10w warms the coils up!) You will have to experiment over time to get to that Ideal Satisfaction! But this is what most end up doing anyways.