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    Default Accidental Vaper

    About 4 months ago, my wife purchased a disposable e-cig manual. I took a couple hits on that thing and announced "that is rank". Three weeks ago my wife handed me two more e-cigs she had gotten. These were automatics, one from V2 and the other actually an e-cigar, Swisher Sweet smooth.

    I have cut down on smoking cigarettes the past couple years, so after smoking for the best part of 60 years, I was only smoking about 24 per day. Back to the e-cig saga. After two days with these contraptions in my hands, I realized I had only smoked 10 cigarettes per day. On the third day, I ordered a Volt starter kit from Smokeless Image.

    My accidental journey into vaping began.

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    Congrats on finding out what vaping really is. You will be totally off the stinkys in no time.


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    Welcome to the ECF, good luck. I smoked for 66 years before I discovered vaping, better late than never.

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    Hello and welcome
    Hope you will enjoy trip down the vaper trail lol
    I have

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    Thanks for the welcome. After 2 weeks I am down to 7 per day and this is without even planning or thinking about quitting, I gave up on that idea after a hundred failed attempts over the years. Now the idea of being smoke free has been renewed.

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    Congrats and Welcome to ECF!

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    Greetings!

    Head on over to the library, there is a 6 part pictorial walkthru on the "new" stuff that is out there that makes the cigalikes look like toys! (EVERYONE starts on cigalikes unless someone introduces them to something a bit more "workhorse")

    The ECF Library

    I successfully quit smoking all together after 20 years! Tried everything and got me a cheap intro "budget" personal vaper called a Vamo V3...as you see my sig below...haven't touched one in almost 3 months and counting!

    Welcome and Vape On!!!

    "An error does not become a mistake until you refuse to correct it"
    "A vaper without a multi-meter, is like a Mechanic without a wrench"

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    You're well on your way.... keep it up!! Welcome to ECF!!

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    Thanks for the encouragement, I really believe I am going to make it this time and so far it seems easy.

    WarHawk, Thanks for the recommendation. I began with the Volt and cartomizers this past week and have moved on to using the clearomizers as well as juice from a couple vendors. Will be checking out the "new stuff".

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    Culmination of technologies so far has led to the MVP2, box form factor, VV/VW, resistance meter, internal battery, USB passthru (charge while using [no need for external batteries or charger]) even can be used as a portable power pack...and it won't break the bank!

    Innokin iTaste MVP V 2.0 Brief Introduction

    do your homework though...before you plunk down your hard earned cash on something you may or may not like!

    I will say this..payday I WILL be ordering me one though!
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    "An error does not become a mistake until you refuse to correct it"
    "A vaper without a multi-meter, is like a Mechanic without a wrench"

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