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    Thanks for your replies. I think I will try the SD keyring, I see they also do B&H flavour. Does anyone know a good vendor in the Coventry area for refills.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur James View Post
    Thanks for your replies. I think I will try the SD keyring, I see they also do B&H flavour. Does anyone know a good vendor in the Coventry area for refills.

    Thanks again.
    SD keyring is good. I wonder if the maxi version is still sold out?
    In regards to refills, the biggest problem will be finding a shop that does them. There are plenty of internet vendors (doing pre-filled) and most shops will sell blank cartomizers, but that involves refilling.

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    OK thanks for your advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur James View Post
    OK thanks for your advice.
    You know - I realise I come across as slightly mad and totally anti look-a-like ecigs, but I'm not really....just a few of the brands.

    My house is a sort of wasteland for small and mostly bad look-a-likes, mainly because my missus won't use an eGo battery, so we (she and I) have more or less tried everything on the market.

    She still smokes, I still use my eGo batteries and the odd "mod" e-cig. I hope this doesn't go on forever as she is sometimes very poorly from smoking.

    Good luck.

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    Hello Arthur, if it's just mini (realistic-looking) e cigarettes you're interested in I wouldn't recommend getting anything that requires you to keep buying millions of refills as this will cost you a lot of money in the long term. The JAC V1P PCC is a refillable mini ecig that is small and easy to refill, and vapes very nicely. A mini ecig that is mostly unheard of but which fares well and runs on fairly cheap refill cartomisers is the E Cigarette Web Tiger Coco and unlike the JAC, is an inexpensive first buy. I've done a brief mini ecigs top 5 here if this helps.

    If on the other hand you want a bigger device with more battery power and duration, I would try mixing and matching accessories to get the one you want. Personally I'm a big fan of the sleek RoK 512 eGo battery (which warns you when power is getting low!) together with a Ce8 mesh clearomiser (1.8 oHm) , which I find gives a nice, clean strong vape. You can get both of these from UK sellers ecigwizard and Rok universal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur James View Post
    Thanks for your replies. I think I will try the SD keyring, I see they also do B&H flavour. Does anyone know a good vendor in the Coventry area for refills.

    Thanks again.
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    Thanks for your help - I have a much better idea of whats available now.

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