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  1. Turbo Slaab

    Turbo Slaab Full Member Verified Member

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    I suppose I'm done lurking now.

    My vaping journey started about a year and a half ago with the gas station specials. Like most that have tried them, it didn't last. About 6 months later I discovered a new B&M pop up locally and decided to give it another shot. Picked up an ego kit and haven't touched an analog since.

    Fast forward to today and I am the proud owner of many mods and atomizers. I have dived head first into this hobby since I started and have been loving every minute of it.

    I chose today to officially join because come tomorrow I'll have my first Reo and ECF being the Reo mecca, I figured I'd join the party. I just hope I'm accepted, being that I love my provari. Maybe I'll start a Reovari revolution. :)

    Anyway, Hi all!!!!!!!
     
  2. Wickeddeuce

    Wickeddeuce Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Reo? pardon my ignorance what is a reo?
     
  3. wharr

    wharr Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Welcome to the Forum.
    It appears we can gain a lot of valuable information from your vaping experiences. Please feel free to share your knowledge.

    Welcome and good Luck,
    Vape On!!!
     
  4. Yerf Dog

    Yerf Dog Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    reosmods.com
     
  5. Turbo Slaab

    Turbo Slaab Full Member Verified Member

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    Thanks Yerf Dog.

    Theres a pretty big sub-forum here as well, Wickeddeuce. Check it out!
     
  6. Turbo Slaab

    Turbo Slaab Full Member Verified Member

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    Thanks wharr. I came here to gain knowledge for me personally, however I am looking forward to sharing what I know as well with my fellow vapers. I hope my contributions can help grow the vaping community, even if a tiny bit.
     
  7. norf

    norf Full Member

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    Hi - right back to you.
     
  8. Jefe

    Jefe Full Member

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    Welcome.

    I'm also a new member. :)
     
  9. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Hello Turbo Slaab, welcome to ECF

    great story and glad to hear it !
    congratulations on your journey...

    good luck & Vape Happy ≈
     
  10. Wickeddeuce

    Wickeddeuce Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    thanks for the info... havent seen anything about it because im sticking with my ego vv2 mega for the foreseeable future. i enjoy my ego and from everything ive read im afraid to start branching out into mods and various batteries... i do really enjoy and love this but this is meant to save money not cost money... lol not to mention my wife will probably veto any big purchases... some days i hate living on a budget...
     
  11. Strongbeard

    Strongbeard Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Welcome.... :)
     
  12. Turbo Slaab

    Turbo Slaab Full Member Verified Member

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    Whatever helps you to stay off the analogs. I know a lot of people that are perfectly happy with their ego's. I love to tinker, so getting into rebuildables was a no brainer for me.
     
  13. ShariR

    ShariR Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    One of the things that is so nice about vaping is that there is a pretty affordable solution to smoking for most anyone's budget. I am quite happy with my spinners and evods. They do the job and do it well for me. It is nice to have higher end equipment, but a person does not need it to be successful. Now, on the other hand, a liquid that you enjoy vaping is key to success no matter what equipment you have. You can not make a bad juice taste good whatever equipment you have.
     
  14. Turbo Slaab

    Turbo Slaab Full Member Verified Member

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    100% agree. The hardest part for me was finding a liquid that fully satisfied my cravings.
     
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