New products, especially ones which have the potential to attract customers away from powerful, established providers, usually generate a certain amount of controversy, whether justified or not. Electronic cigarettes will seriously affect the profits of both the tobacco and pharmaceutical manufacturers, along with the “public health” groups these industries fund, and the politicians who have come to depend on their contributions before the next election.
The introduction of a
My first purchase was a kit from a kisok at the Anchorage Diamond Mall, April 2010. I think its a KR808. New Nature Cigarette. Of course it was way over priced at the mall, even more that on the website, but I didn't know any better then.
It did get me interested in ecigs and I cut down my analog use. When the cartos ran out I refilled them with some Liberty-Flights 18mg menthol. The menthol was way better than the crap that was in the prefilled cartos.
Weeks later I found
Meh.. my one-year subscription as a supporting member is about to run out.. and I can't afford to renew. Hopefully after graduation and getting a full-time job I can do so again. This site has been (and continues to be) extremely informative about all things e-ciggy.
I'm very grateful that I'll still be able to continue as an unpaid member.
Ok so the cartos experiment worked reasonably well - I do find they pack a big TH though so I've shelved them for everyday use - too much TH is too much as they say (well they might say that if they roamed the 'Net long enough lol) but they certainly have their place in my arsenal now :)
And so to - the eGo!
I took another plunge this week and finally got one - omg its so much more TINY than I thought! About the length of a cartomizer, and not much thicker. Its pretty cute actually :)
This is a great introductory guide to vaping from National Vapers Club:
HowtoVape.com - Learning how to use an e-cigarette