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  1. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    Hello all, names VapinJazzy.

    I've been vaping for about a week now on my Puresmokers Ace, but I'm switching to a 3DOM. I'm too worried about the Polyester problem in the Cartomizers and I like the customizeability with 3 piece designs. I ordered some CASH liquid from puresmokers also, I know they're pretty legit.

    Question here is that I see no reviews for 3DOM. No video reviews also. As soon as I get my starter pack I will make a video. They offer the cheapest price I have ever found and I know other people will want to try them out, but there are no reviews to strengthen their judgement.

    The only review on here so far goes into no detail about the quality of the battery/atomizer/cartridge.

    Has anyone used these to a point where they can describe the parts and quality instead of just saying "these are good" or "ive tried these".

    Thanks,
    VapinJazzy
     
  2. laborer75

    laborer75 Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

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    Never seen or heard of it myself. Can you post a link to the 3dom please? Look forward to your feedback on it also.
     
  3. Happy Domino38

    Happy Domino38 Supplier Associate ECF Veteran

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    Sorry Jazzy, never heard of them..

    But, welcome to ECF and congrats on your new 'lifestyle'! :)
     
  4. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    its www 3domecigs com
     
  5. warlike36

    warlike36 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yes a link would be great. Im all for checking out new PV'S.
     
  6. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    well im new and cant post links yet, just type 3domecigs (dot) com into your address bar.
     
  7. warlike36

    warlike36 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  8. BradSmith

    BradSmith Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    Welcome and good luck. Looking at the site they make some pretty shady claims so that would really have me worried. Like their claims about cart per cig and smoking on planes etc. Plus the price seems high. But, if it works good that is all that really matters. Please let us know how it works out.
     
  9. AngusATAT

    AngusATAT Captain Tightpants Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Actually, they look to be on the expensive side. You can buy quality starter kits much cheaper than that.

    If I were you, I would ask the vaping community for recommendations of suppliers. They can point you to reputable places with more realistic prices.
     
  10. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    I haven't found a starter kit for $26 anywhere else.
     
  11. AJMoore

    AJMoore Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    I guess I don't "get it". Why would you pay $26 for a disposable set that will last a few days? For $39 you can get chargers, carts, batts, etc. and be good for months.

    It's easy for me to miss something.
     
  12. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    its one battery, one usb charger, 5 cartons, an atty, and a holder. Im going to buy a rechargeable pcc from them so ill end up spending $36 for the whole thing. plus i already have e liquid to refill them.
     
  13. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    and the $36 is after taxes and shipping, if someone sells a whole kit for $39 after taxes and shipping I'll buy from them.
     
  14. sanfordf

    sanfordf Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  15. AJMoore

    AJMoore Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    OK, I see. It looked like a disposable. Still, not tried and true on this forum. Many more possibilities from vendors that have a great reputation and products. Shop around a little, you may change your mind.
     
  16. sanfordf

    sanfordf Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Even better (IMO) : Hello-Disposable

    2 mega batteries, 2 510 atties, 4 cartridges and a charger. $20.00

    I personally have been using one of these for a month and a half.
     
  17. $hua

    $hua Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I highly recommend the 510 Mega Kit as a starter kit for ppl... its affordable,, considering the quality of the product, affordable isnt the best word for it....

    i bought mine from Madvapes.com

    510 Mega Kit with no Box


    and a slightly cheaper version featuring "automatic" battery style....

    510 Manual Battery Kit with Blue LED


    My personal experience with e-cigs this far... being cheap is a disaster.. and being cheap while trying to get off analogs is NOT the way to go... dont frustrate yourself with an inferior product just because its a bit lighter on the wallet... your likely to not to "take" to vaping if you get frustrated with it early...
     
  18. smokin n jokin

    smokin n jokin Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Just curious. How did you manage to find an e cig that nobody else has ever heard of?
     
  19. cliff5550

    cliff5550 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    What I think everyone is saying but not saying is, if you find no one on the forums knows of them or has ever heard of them, I would be concerned as to why that is. They may be perfectly fine but, there are so many known makes, models and styles that will likely serve you better and for approximately the same price.
    Any company can claim anything they want, but why spend the money on an unknown and the very real possibility you may have to spend the same amount or more again if these fail to do the job.
    Of course the decision is obviously yours to make. I'm merely speaking from my own experience and my sometimes poor decisions. I am sure we all just want to see you get a good deal on something that will serve you well.
     
  20. VapinJazzy

    VapinJazzy Full Member

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    I have skills and in no way did I go to google and type in "cheapest e cigarette"... no... definitely didn't do it. THEY TELL YOU LIES!:laugh:

    But in the last review I actually found someone said it was basically a BLUcig clone.

    I smoked a BLUcig as the first ecig I ever tried and it was the most horrible experience of my life. The flavor tasted like @$$ and I didn't know anything about ecigs.

    Btw, what is the best way to drip with an atty that you can see the big foil coil thing sticking out that goes inside the cartridge?
     
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