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    Default Where is the best place to buy 510 cartos?

    Looking for the best deal on Joye 510 cartos and a syringe.

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    I got my 510 cartos from Litecigusa.net.

    They are on sale for 7.95 for 5, not sure what shipping would be. I placed my order on Thursday evening, got my shipment Monday afternoon(weekends suck). It was quick and I got everything I ordered.

    This is my first kit and purchase, but I would say I am VERY happy with my first experience and I will gladly purchase from Litecigusa.net again.

    You can pick up syringes from the drug store, if I am not mistaken; I don't think you even need a prescription. Someone clarify if I am wrong, though.

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    Litecigusa also sells syringes. I've got some on order along with my carto order from them (having been politely refused some from my friendly pharmacist--YMMV).



    By the way, you don't have to use the word "analogs."


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    I get mine from LF. Same price but PRIORITY mail shipping is only $2 something. Don't buy there syringes, they don't come with needles, (SAYS IT DOES but does not) just a plastic nub

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    I know that FSUSA sells the Joye 510 cartos. $8 for a 5 pack. They also sell syringes of various sizes.

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    Liquidxpress

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    Is liquidxpress soft or hard tip?

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    I get my syringes and needles from my local veterinarian. They have a good range of needles as they need different sizes for different animals. Last time I 20g needles they cost me 20cents each. And they don't ask what its for. I guess they assume you are just treating a pet or a least favourite auntie.

    Why would anyone buy cartomizers with the hard caps which are glued in. I don't understand. Is there something I'm missing, and are they better somehow.

    Seems to me easier access to the insides with the soft removable rubber plugs is the way to go but I am willing to learn different.
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    Strictly e juice has no shipping fee if order is over $10, which I believe 5 cartos and 3ml of juice is. They have the rubber ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arjay55 View Post
    I get my syringes and needles from my local veterinarian. They have a good range of needles as they need different sizes for different animals. Last time I 20g needles they cost me 20cents each. And they don't ask what its for. I guess they assume you are just treating a pet or a least favourite auntie.

    Why would anyone buy cartomizers with the hard caps which are glued in. I don't understand. Is there something I'm missing, and are they better somehow.

    Seems to me easier access to the insides with the soft removable rubber plugs is the way to go but I am willing to learn different.
    What brand has hard caps glued on? I only use genuine Joye 510 cartos, which have removable mouthpiece caps. They just pop right off with a paperclip or anything small enough to fit in the hole. I don't even bother with the syringe anymore. It's a lot easier to just drip straight from the bottle into the metal tip.

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