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    Explain the "spare heads." Is that the tip? a part of the tank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nacon View Post
    bummed I missed out on Pluid!
    Yeah, saw this on Liberty Flights and it looked really interesting. Sorry I also missed it.

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    Explain the "spare heads." Is that the tip? a part of the tank?

    It's the replaceable part of the base that contains the coil.

    These:

    Kanger ProTank Coil Head Replacement (new 2013 model) - electronic cigarette retailer The ecigforlife Team

    Normally they are sold individually as here.

    Expect one to last 1 to 2 weeks constant use with the same juice if you don't burn it, but if you're changing juices you might want to be able to swap them out quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by br0kns0l View Post
    Hey all,

    I last tried vaping 2 years ago, and don't think the technology was where it needed to be for me at that time. I'm back and I'm ready to try again.

    I'm sitting here with all the hardware I THINK i'm going to need in a shopping basket. Just waiting to proceed to checkout.

    Currently in the basket: 2 1000 twist batteries, 2 Kanger pro tanks, charger, wall adapter

    I'm THINKING this might be a good jumping off point, but I'm not sure on the Pro Tanks.

    Anyone with advice on the hardware setup?

    Juice recomendations are also welcome.

    Thanks folks!
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    Where are you waiting to check out from? I'm thinking about price. I cruise vendor sites all the time looking for deals.
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    Adding:

    Protanks work fine on an eGo, but they are top heavy - more due to weight than appearance. Think of a mace. You could do some serious damage if you hit someone with that combo - although that might be a plus should your house be in da 'hood.



    I'm sure this has already been suggested, but you might consider an EVOD at this point. It's also a BCC, but doesn't weigh nearly as much.
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    Welcome to the forum, the twist is a great choice and the pro-tank is very popular, tanks and cartomizers are very subjective and you will get lots of opinions on everyone's favorites (that's what I love about the forum). The juice is also very subjective.....I would suggest that you buy lots of sample sizes until you find your preferences, I found it really surprising on what I like and what I don't. Also be sure to drink plenty of water as Vaping is dehydrating. Enjoy your Vape.

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    The more I read the more I think I'm getting buyers remorse. I really hope these work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by br0kns0l View Post
    The more I read the more I think I'm getting buyers remorse. I really hope these work out.
    I have two twists that I bought months ago. They still get nearly daily use because it's what I take to work or when I go out. They're lighter and thinner than a mod, but will run the Protanks fine. I also like the Evods because they are smaller and lighter but I've been using the Protank on the twists for a lot longer.

    Relax, you've done fine.
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    Here it is. Neat, right?

    twistPT.jpg
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    That's pretty cool. I got mine in green. I know wierd for a favorite color.
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