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    Quote Originally Posted by shoggot View Post
    that's cool as hell, and even looks sweet. how log do the clearomizers last and do they sell replacements?

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    Most places have a discount on your first purchase. I've used Dicount Vapers and been very happy with them so haven't shopped around. However, I was so intent on getting that first order in, I missed the discount code, lol. There are also coupons on this site I think too. Now that I'm looking for them I can't find them. 20%-30% off a kit is worth it though. Good luck in your quest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarey View Post
    Ah, yeah, you're safe. Apollo is one of the suppliers endorsed by this forum.
    Okay , sorry for my soapbox speech to the OP then, I just loathe when people get scammed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichigo76 View Post
    i just came across a website that showed me how to get a disposable ecig for just $2.07 shipping. my problem is when it runs out where should i look for a quality starter kit for a reasonable price i.e. under $60 as i'm disabled and on SSI, so very low income.
    Please go to discountvapers.com, they are the cheapest in the USA, that I have found to date!!...you take care now

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    24 or 32mg juice; regarding kits, you'll probably want to get at least two batteries; if you're getting an ego-style setup (like what I linked to), the battery is already its own holder, and includes the connector to the tank/atomizer.

    Totally ideal would be if you could locate a nearby brick&mortar vendor and sample the juices they sell; I believe you mentioned disability, so this may not be practical. I'd note that there are several new-to-vaping pitfalls most fall into; getting cig-a-likes (thinking they should be using something that -looks- like a cigarette), and starting with tobacco-flavors (because they think that's what they like about smoking) - those are the two most common, I think.

    Barring the brick & mortar, searching fasttech - or whoever - for 'ego batteries' will get you a battery that will interchangeably work with pretty much anything you can throw on top of it. Get two of those, and a 'clearomizer', or 'bcc tank'. A usb or wall charging cable for 'em as well. That's the basic setup to be able to somewhat continuously vape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoggot View Post
    Amazon does - but the prices aren't great.
    I believe Amazon is trying to cull out everything related to e-cig, but if you search for a specific item, you often find what you are looking for. I recently searched for Vision Spinner. There was one (used) at $65.00, or thereabouts. That was a decidedly ungreat price. It was a battery fer crying out loud. A used battery.
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    Start with 18mg juice. Then make a decision after some use to go higher or lower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichigo76 View Post
    that's cool as hell, and even looks sweet. how log do the clearomizers last and do they sell replacements?
    Depends on use, but a month or a bit more. And yes, they do, generally in the 2-5$ range or so. Though, there's other alternatives - rba's, etc, more advanced things, that will last longer, but can be fiddly to deal with at first. The clearomizer is a plug & play, albeit semi-disposable, device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoggot View Post
    24 or 32mg juice; regarding kits, you'll probably want to get at least two batteries; if you're getting an ego-style setup (like what I linked to), the battery is already its own holder, and includes the connector to the tank/atomizer.

    Totally ideal would be if you could locate a nearby brick&mortar vendor and sample the juices they sell; I believe you mentioned disability, so this may not be practical. I'd note that there are several new-to-vaping pitfalls most fall into; getting cig-a-likes (thinking they should be using something that -looks- like a cigarette), and starting with tobacco-flavors (because they think that's what they like about smoking) - those are the two most common, I think.

    Barring the brick & mortar, searching fasttech - or whoever - for 'ego batteries' will get you a battery that will interchangeably work with pretty much anything you can throw on top of it. Get two of those, and a 'clearomizer', or 'bcc tank'. A usb or wall charging cable for 'em as well. That's the basic setup to be able to somewhat continuously vape.
    thanks i liked the one you linked too, but i've been checking out the site and i just can't seem to navigate right. i can't find kits just a bunch of different parts that make no sense to me at all. also haven't seen any ecigs stores just disposables in the local convenience and drug stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoggot View Post
    Depends on use, but a month or a bit more. And yes, they do, generally in the 2-5$ range or so. Though, there's other alternatives - rba's, etc, more advanced things, that will last longer, but can be fiddly to deal with at first. The clearomizer is a plug & play, albeit semi-disposable, device.
    sound like for about the price of a carton of smoke ( maybe a little bit more) i can get set up pretty quick and easy. then i just have to sample juices to see what i like.

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