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    this is good for injured vets and people without hands or who have nerve damage or genetic mutations that make holding certain mods difficult. although it seems rare, there are a lot of smokers out there that with these problems, a draw-activated mod would be perfect. one of my classmates doesnt have fingers. he wouldnt be able to use certain mods i guess. cigs are easier for people with this problem because you only need the cigarette in your mouth and an old school flip-light zippo lighter to light once and your set.

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    Really cool of Alice in Vapeland to provide a bottle of White Rabbit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madqatter View Post
    Really cool of Alice in Vapeland to provide a bottle of White Rabbit.
    sometimes all it takes is a good name!

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    well...hands free/automatic is good for driving also...but mostly vaping with button-fire mods interferes with typing or answering phones...the bigger ones like Vamo (even with only one 18350 installed) is pretty heavy, so it would be nice if I can switch up (which I do with my Evods)

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    I think the idea of a Cig-A-Like with an auto battery is probably best, as mentioned by some others.

    I personally like the Magma kit from Volcano just for warranty purposes (1 year warranty on the batteries)... They use standard 510 threading as well so you can put anything on the battery and vape away... This gives you the flexibility of buying your choice of 510 threaded cartomizers and filling your own, rather than buying pre-filled.

    I also like the M-Pack charging unit you get with the kit... It's nice and sturdy, and the internal battery, once charged, is able to recharge the auto-batteries fairly quick, and quite a few times before it needs to be recharged itself. One M-Pack and 2 auto batteries will easilly last you a couple of days without having to recharge the M-Pack...

    Worth checking out if you need a hands free option.
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    madqatter i just hope that was no nic juice!! Great vid. As far as hands free i have a small v2 with a pressure switch that might work but it is still a little heavy to hold comfortably in my mouth.
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    I have not used them myself, but the White Cloud Fling mini disposable is supposed to be as light weight as the njoy. Definately cheaper.

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    a auto pass threw battery taped to a hands free head set
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    Use an auto battery and a fish tank air pump and a foot switch
    Hook air pump to battery and an oxygen line in you nose hit foot switch and your good to go
    Happy vaping

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    How about the joyetech eRoll? It's the smallest and lightest cig-a-like I've owned. The downside is the juice capacity, the cartridge holds about 0.6ml. I just brought a few with me. And it also comes with a pcc to charge them (it comes with 2 batteries) on the go.
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