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    I am pretty new to vaping and the use of PVs. I have used various ecigs in the past from friends including 501s and egos. I have been wanting one for the past year but always forgot about it when I had extra money to spend.

    I am disgusted by my smoking habit but could not quit no matter how hard I tried. I am bipolar and my body reacts positivly to nicotine so I knew ecigs were the right choice for me.

    It all started last friday. I was in my buddy's car for a 6 hour trip and we stopped at Pilot to fuel up. He doesn't allow smoking in his car. I went inside for a drink, snacks, and of course, good old fashioned cowboy killers. As the cashier was ringing me up I noticed a Mistic ecig display. $7.99 for a battery and cartomizer which they claimed was equal to a pack of smokes. I bought it and went outside to quickly smoke a red. Back in the car, I opened up the box and screwed the carto onto the battery. I took a drag and thought it tasted pretty good.

    I continued to use the Mistic during the 6 hours or so down to the ocean. I was drinking all night so I chain smoked reds like usual. The next afternoon we drove home and I used the Mistic during the trip. I was surprised that the battery was still going let alone the cartomizer.

    Back home I went back to Pilot and bought $14.99 kit which I am reviewing now.


    It appears to be an 808 but I'm not sure. A marb red is used for size refference. The packaging is a flip-top box just like cancer sticks.


    It includes a battery, a usb charger, and two 18mg traditional flavor cartos.

    My original cartomizer from Friday just died today and I have been vaping every hour or so. When I smoked, I went through a pack every day and a half on average. The battery lasted me almost 3 days before I had to charge it. The battery charges in a few hours so it's best to do so overnight but since I have a spare fully charged, I never have to worry and these batteries out perform my expectations. I had consistant taste and vapor the entire way through the carto. You can pop the tops off and refill these easily and I plan to do so. There are channels visible on the led cap where air can be drawn through, if you plug them up you can't vape.

    I wish I knew what model this is and no one seems to be sure. This is a great little product and I am very happy with it until I get around to purchasing an ego. The build quality is excellent and the flavor is nice. I get nice thick clouds and a great throat hit.

    All in all, is this the best ecig out there? No. It is great to start out with and it I don't personally see a need to upgrade quickly. I am beyond impressed and would reccomend this to anyone new to ecigs or someone wanting a backup. Mistic ecigs hit the nail on the head when it comes to quality and price. I have 3 cigs that I havent touched and hopefully it will stay that way. Thanks Mistic for breaking the.gas station ecig stereotype!!!
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    Sams Club here in Washington state is carrying the Mistic cigs and kits now. Good price too looks like.
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    Thanks for that info Seattle40 and nice review Simba

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle40 View Post
    Sams Club here in Washington state is carrying the Mistic cigs and kits now. Good price too looks like.
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    I did a search using their name and they do have a web site that you can purchase direct from them. Prices aren't bad and it does look like an 808 setup. Can't really see the threading in the pics.

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    It could very well be a 808.

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    I have one. The threading is a little bit longer than an 808. You can use 808 cartos on it, but there will be a small gap inbetween the carto and the battery. It doesn't seem to be a problem when vaping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jejune43 View Post
    I have one. The threading is a little bit longer than an 808. You can use 808 cartos on it, but there will be a small gap inbetween the carto and the battery. It doesn't seem to be a problem when vaping.
    Tks JeJune, Interested to know if this is an 808D2/E9 setup.
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    It's a 808D-2 or E9. 808D-1 carts fit fine with a small gap and work great. These carts will not work on a D1.

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    I have been using the Mistic for a couple months now and I am impressed with the battery life so far. The carto definitely is not an E9/KR808D2. As you mention the 808D-1 carto will screw onto the battery with a gap and is usable. Still trying to find out what design this is but it does work great for me cleaning and refilling the cartos that come with the Mistic.

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    Now that most Walmarts nation wide will start carrying the Mistic, obtaining the hardware, (ie: batteries, cartos, kits) will be much easier to obtain. No more 45 minute drives just to pick up a carto refill pack or single carto/battery unit. I will now be able to concentrate on available eliquid and DIY. )
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    Just saw Mistic in Walmart last week, have been using V2's for quite some time. But after seeing great reviews here for this product, I decided to give it a try.

    The battery life on these things is something else. They are at least equal to the 'long' 380ma V2's I've been using. The reg flavor cart is pretty good, but I find the menthol a bit "chalky" in taste.

    All in all, a great product. :-)

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