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Are there any e-cigar models besides the Greencig and 4062?

Discussion in 'E-Cigar models' started by satoshi, May 5, 2010.

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  1. satoshi

    satoshi Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Are these the only two existing e-cigars, that aren't disposables?

    If so, are there any mods in cigar form factor?
     
  2. tinstar15

    tinstar15 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    There is the DSE701 which looks pretty much the same as the RN4062 and has a different internal design.

    As far as designs that look cigar-ish, the closest one that I've tried is the Janty Ego/TW Tornado.

    I've modified a Ego cone cover by cutting it down to allow it to slide over an 801 atty w/ 510>801 battery adapter. Works great and looks cigar-ish but its not particulary elegant. I'm waiting to see if Janty comes out with the Baby J.
     
  3. Twan013

    Twan013 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    epuffer.com has the "cohita" cigars, you get two cigars in the starter kit (two batteries, and two carts, USB charger, so you could vape with a buddy if you wanted), and you can buy different flavored carts from them too. Unfortunately, I don't know anything about the quality of the cigars. I'm on a mission to find out if their pipes are good quality or if its just a re-boxed DSE601. I know that's not cigar related, but if it IS just a re-box, then it should give us an idea of the rest of their products. Once I start working again, I may have to take one for the team and just order a kit and post the review on here..
     
  4. Para

    Para Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Has anyone done a mod on the Cigar or Pipe cart?

    Thanks
     
  5. salliezoo

    salliezoo Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    the one at epuffer is really expensive and looks like a sort of ripoff site to me. I'd try the one at litecigusa. Its about $45 for a kit with 2 batts...lots of flavor choices too. I don't own or use one myself, but I was looking for someone else and found litecig.
     
  6. Cool_Breeze

    Cool_Breeze Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    ...any updates here? ...looking for an 808 cigar model.

    Thanks!
     
  7. tinstar15

    tinstar15 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Azsmokefree.com has a 510 carto cigar that is basically a modified dse701. The cartos are longer than standard size but shorter than the XL types. I'm just guessing here, but I suppose you could put a 510>808 adapter on the carto and put it in the cigar. Might work.

    Since the cigar doesn't really look like a cigar, and it runs on 10440 batts, I'd probably pass. Only advantage I can see over any of the 10440 size mods is the auto switch, which may not be all that much of an advantage per se.
     
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