I started vaping back in april 2010 (wow, 2 years already!). Started with a 510, then an eGo, and then a Bloog.
Back in september, stress was too high and my actual pv wasn't cuting it anymore (Bloog).
I went back to smoking...
Since then, I've been telling myself "it's my last pack" over and over again.
I bought another Bloog in december from HV, thinking it would help me quit for good one more time. It didn't.
I really enjoy its portability and everything, but it really doesn't suit my needs. I had to buy another one because the batteries from my first Bloog kit were completely dead. They wouldn't hold a charge anymore, and they were not satisfying at all.
I've been using my "new" Bloog since then, but I still buy cigarettes. Last week, my two batteries died (again!) for a simple reason: I use it too much. I use it all day at work, and all night at home. I have to recharge the batteries too often, so they die pretty quickly. Now, I don't have any working PV, I only have this stupid pack of cigarettes that I bought last night (and that i'm smoking at the moment).
I REALLY enjoy vaping a lot more than smoking (of course!).
Now, i'm in the market for a new PV. But there's one problem... budget. I'm on a really thight budget. I haven't been on the forum for a really long time so I lost track of all the new products out there.
I'd really love to be able to afford a ProVari but I can't right now, it's way too expensive for me. Maybe I could afford one in a month or two but right now, I can't.
I'm looking at the eGo, is it still worth it now? I also came across the lavatube, should I try to invest a little more and buy this one? I really don't know. I need something quickly, I'll probably order on wednesday night or on thursday. It's only been two days since my last battery died and I already miss vaping so much. I know this is a hard question, but if you guys have something to suggest me, that would be really appreciated. I'm looking for a warm vape and a good TH. I guess a variable voltage mod would be the best thing for me.
Thanks for your help!