Originally Posted by Thrill
2/28/2012: the date I lit my last analog. Not my last analog. My LAST analog. Do I sound overly positive? I've been vaping for around three hours and I'm already convinced that I won't be buying a pack of cigarettes tomorrow morning on my way to work?!? Yep, I'm calling it now!
Although I was advised by my vapementor to avoid the kiosk in the mall, I went there tonight seeking juice, as my PV came in the mail today, yet I had nothing to use in it. They had juice and it was on
First review, try to bare with me ^_^
First thing you notice is the neat tin it all comes in, personally, I could think of a hundred things to do with it. It's just simply neat. The second thing you notice, apon opening it and pulling the plastic case everything sits in is this beastly slick shiny thing staring at you, this a actually made my jaw drop, even though I had already seen a picture of what I was getting I was still surprised. It is amazingly light weight, yet very sturdy
Updated 03-04-2012 at 04:12 PM by mekakeisei
I know I am late to the party- but Boba's Bounty... WOW.
I am not sure how long 30 ml is going to last me. I really like it so far 18mg/ml @3.7 on the Bolt. Tank with slightly opened up hole on one of the smoktech pre drilled cartos. Low throat hit.
The flavor is great for my evening vape. ALL EVENING. I need to get a big jug of this at a lower nic level. I have been chain vaping this since it hit the tank about an hour ago. WOW. I definitely get the raisin bran cereal
How time flies when you are vapin' good juice.
My DIY juice that seems to be an all day vape for me is a dark mega multi flavor number I am just calling "#1" right now. On the sweeter side and a new aspect always seems to pop out. It is just so darn dark I am thinking it is gonna kill the tank carto much sooner than my other juices will.
I currently share (gratis) with my vaping buddy and my brother who I just turned onto vaping. I gave him my 901/808 set up
There is an ocean of products out there. How do you know who to trust or where to even start. Let's face it we are the pioneers of an undiscovered country. There seems to be two choices: research research research or take the plunge and throw money at the problem until it goes away. If you are frugal like me then the latter is not an option. That is why I am posting this; to save you money in the war against your tobacco addiction.
But where do you start? It's all so confusing. I have
Updated 03-02-2012 at 04:59 AM by ShogaNinja