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    Quote Originally Posted by Whosback View Post
    Probably not something that experienced vapers would not touch except for reviewers or the curious. I would not expect much from them. But lots of first time vapers might try um. I just hope the crap quality will not keep people from exploring the better vamping options.
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    I agree with Warhawk. It's just another disposable and won't even come close to delivering the experience we're capable of getting out of our devices.

    We're not the target market for the Vuse, the Blu, NJoy King, Mistic or Fin. That's why we're disappointed in the performance and battery life of these things. Current smokers are the target market. More specifically, RJR's target market are smokers who use their own as well as their competitors' analogs.

    A smoker will pick up one of these things and try to vape it like he/she smokes. Maybe 10-12 drags and put it down. Come back an hour or two later, do it again. In that usage scenario, they're really not bad. But once you really cross over to the Vape Side and and begin expecting the Vuse to perform like a well paired Ego/Evod setup, they fail and fail miserably.
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    why would you suggest anyone even try it?

    RJR is actively spreading lobbying money around congress to limit online sales, "loose juice" and other vaping options

    do not give you money to the enemy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galactic Stone View Post
    Now now, let's not be too hard on the Marlboro man. He's so rugged and all-American. You can trust him. LOL.
    pretty sure the Marlboro Man from the commercials died from lung cancer. if I remember correctly, while on a shoot he was surprised to find none of the execs were smokers themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_vape_nerd View Post
    why would you suggest anyone even try it?

    RJR is actively spreading lobbying money around congress to limit online sales, "loose juice" and other vaping options

    do not give you money to the enemy
    There is an advantage of putting it head to head with other cigalikes not owned by the scum might help smokers who try them know there are better things out there. Might get ones who do like them explore other options and give their money to the legit vaping companies not to BIgT. A lot of vapers still start with cigalikes letting them know the gas station ones are a joke still serves a purpose, the best way to do that is lay it all out in the light of day.

    But outside of that no Big T is an enemy and we should not freely give them any money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_vape_nerd View Post
    why would you suggest anyone even try it?

    RJR is actively spreading lobbying money around congress to limit online sales, "loose juice" and other vaping options

    do not give you money to the enemy
    While I agree not to give money to the enemy, I believe they can't only ban ecigs from one provider.
    The BT corporations jumping on the ecig bandwagon may help us in the long run. If BT is doing it and getting its nut, and the government/ FDA isn't stepping in, it might be a stepping stone to an overall acceptance.
    I understand this could backfire, and create a monopoly of BT ecig products, but it could help as well!


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    I have not and like many have said already I wont either: I donít want to hand over any more money to a company that kill people.
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    My stupidity drove me to smoke for 20 years, not tobacco companies. I have no problem taking personal responsibility for what I did. I wasn't tricked or fooled into smoking or continuing to smoke. They provided a product I enjoyed and probably still would enjoy, if it weren't dangerous.
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    Hope to see a teardown video of it soon. I'm curious as to what's contained in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch!pDasRipp3r View Post
    While I agree not to give money to the enemy, I believe they can't only ban ecigs from one provider.
    The BT corporations jumping on the ecig bandwagon may help us in the long run. If BT is doing it and getting its nut, and the government/ FDA isn't stepping in, it might be a stepping stone to an overall acceptance.
    I understand this could backfire, and create a monopoly of BT ecig products, but it could help as well!
    Careful newbie, that kind of talk can really upset some people. I spoke like this (actually still do sometimes) when I first joined and I think one member still has me on ignore, lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by stevegmu View Post
    My stupidity drove me to smoke for 20 years, not tobacco companies. I have no problem taking personal responsibility for what I did. I wasn't tricked or fooled into smoking or continuing to smoke. They provided a product I enjoyed and probably still would enjoy, if it weren't dangerous.
    Rational talk is not fitting for the internet, lol.

    Okay, being serious - I have tried a few disposables and I don't expect the vuse to be any different except the proprietary connection on the "system". Imagine if the big tobacco companies released a cigarette that would only work with a special lighter they sell. That product would fail quick.
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