NRobo disposable cigars
I apologize if this is in the wrong area - just wanted to share there are some disposable cigars that will be available for the holidays!
They come fully charged in low or no nic, and in vanilla or cherry. Good for 1500-1800 puffs.
They are 5 and a half inch long.
They are still in production but can be ordered now.
Is anyone else carrying a disposable?
These are probably a good way for people to sample.
Great video. Link to the cigar, though, would be nice.
Originally Posted by e-girl
Also, NJoy may be an American company, but they purchase their products from China like all the other brand name companies do. This being said, you may want to browse the boards and find some better deals as NJoy is a bit of a rip off, as is most of the branded named e-cigs. Happy vaping!
EDIT: Found the cigar - not worth the money, even with the coupon code. So, do you work for them or something?
Last edited by Dr. Russell Fell; 11-17-2008 at 08:31 PM.
Hi Dr. Fell!
Originally Posted by Dr. Russell Fell
I help distribute for them. No matter what, I wouldn't order foreign. I just had a friend who ordered out of the country and lost out on product and lost her money. I prefer a safe purchase process and knowing it's going to show up no matter what and I can send something back quickly if I don't like it.
Anyway, I'm here to just let others know there is this disposable cigar now, and get your thoughts.
Can you tell me why you don't think the disposable is worth it? Have you found disposables from other countries that are cheaper or do you have quality of another disposable brand to compare it to?
Sorry to go off topic, but I LOVE THE AVATAR!
I wonder if anyone else remembers the "I'd rather fight than switch" tarryton (SP?) ads?
black eye and all. They had charcoal in the filters if I remember right....
There have been disposable cigars for some time. Yesterday, my Ruyan Vegas disposable cigar (from JantyUSA) gave up the battery after a month of use after supper each evening. I'm not a puff counter, but it certainly lasted a long time and is the first e-smoking device I've recommended for retail sale to my tobacco shop chain owner.
A flawless device, excellent construction and nice vapor taste. Not for constant puffing, however. This should be used exactly as a real cigar is.
Your post really belongs in the supplier section, BTW. Suppliers are free to post shameless promotions there. The main sections are "group think," not "sales talk."
Hi Bob, good to see you again. I've been out of the loop for a while. I'd like to stay on the topic of the disposables here. Thanks for the Janty reference, I'll look them up. Not looking for the shameless plug - just wanted to bring up the topic of the NRobo as I just got the information about it.
Originally Posted by TropicalBob
While it seems like "fun" I'm honestly into rechargeable batteries.
Bob, I know you've used a lot of these devices - why did you try the disposable? Which are you partial to - rechargeable or disposable?
Apparently, you can still get them...
"Declining sales led to an end of advertising the brand, and Tareyton cigarettes slowly left store shelves, although they can still be purchased online."
How is this 44 dollar disposable cigar better than the ruyan, which I can buy for 25?