Vaping is such a personal experience, so obviously everyone's perfect kit will be different and we will need more info about you and your needs. This post is more aimed to those that are ready to move away from cig-a-likes and into the vaping world.
I have gone through the past year of lurking in this forum and what I have learned and tried to piece together to my best a good starter kit for cheap.
Are you ready to step away from the cigarette-look-a-likes? If so this
Updated 10-11-2014 at 03:42 AM by Shadav
My professional experience.
I attended the U.S. Army Signal School for the study of Electronics. I specialized in the MOS 31S10 Field General ComSec Repairer and 31S10x9 Depot Certification. This required 22 months of hands on electronic training. I attended electronics courses in high school and I have enough Upper Division units for my Bachelors of Science in Electronic Engineering. I worked in the Military on electronics for 11 years. I've since migrated to computers, it pays better.
Here's my review of the Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0. It has everything that was great about the original, with new features and physical improvements that make it current. Like last year's model, this is one of the best values in vaping. Full text review here.
Usually I'm not a heavy-on-the-berry type of gal, but I got this in a trade and I have to say it's pretty good. Not something I'd use as an every day vape by any means, but definitely a refreshing here-and-there
[QUOTE=nodpaige;10637375]I need help. Got my new vamo yesterday with a kanger protank. when I first put it on nothing then I figured out u cant tighten it. It works but I don't like the wobble any suggestions on what I should do:mad:[/QUOTE]