Bought the Npro, but looking for another piece.
First time posting but I have been frequenting these boards for a few weeks now, gathering information. I finally decided to buy the Npro, and while I like it, I am looking for something more "bigger and better" if that makes any sense.
Granted, I have nothing to compare my Npro to considering this is my first Ecig, but I do like it a lot.
While nearly content with my current piece, I am looking for something with a longer battery life, longer cartridge life, and something with a bigger throat kick.
One other thing that is a must, is easier dripping. I always get juice in my mouth after dripping w/ the Npro due to the cartridges.
Also, another criteria would be: No screwdrivers or penstyles, as I am not a big fan of them.
I am in the 80-100 range, so getting a starter kit w/ a few cartridge packs for that price would be great.
Thanks in advance!
I am can relate to your situation. I too started with the NPRO and just wanted something a little "bigger and better." I do like my Npro through, for the record. I got a DSE 901(mini) from puresmoker.com. (Great experience by the way) The 901 is just a little longer than the RN4081(Npro) and it does have a bigger throat hit. I haven't been able to drip with it yet because I am still waiting on some e-liquid from Totally Wicked, so I'm not much help there. I will say this though, while the 901 gives a better throat hit, I had noticed that vapor production is about the same. However, the 901's atomizer isn't broken in yet and I have only used the carts that it came with so it's not a fair comparison. I can recommend picking up a USB passthrough though. A more consistent power source should give you a more powerful experience. Good luck!!!
Thanks for the reply!
I actually decided to go for the Janty Dura-C and see how that goes. Janty is still waiting on their arrivle, but I figured I'd try something completely different than the super-mini, and you cant really get any different than that then a manual switch janty without compromising style, imo.
Hopefully I made a good choice, I assume it'll be difficult getting used to a manual switch for a few days though, especially with my memory