Berlin Stores

Discussion in 'Germany Forum' started by Marob, May 4, 2013.

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  1. Marob

    Marob Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Hey all,

    I've started to put together a map of E-Cig and liquid shops in Berlin as I've seen a couple of people asking around. There aren't so many decent places and so I thought it'd be a good idea.

    Some of these are dedicated e-cig shops, some focus on more "alternative" paraphernalia but also stock liquid or e-cigs. I can't vouch for most of them, just what I've tracked down online!

    E-Cig Stores in Berlin - Google Maps

  2. Barbara21

    Barbara21 Moved On

    Thanks for this. I was in Berlin for two weeks in January and had no idea where to look/how to find an ecig store. (Luckily I brought plenty of supplies with me but it would have been nice if I had known where to get stuff if necessary.) I'll be back in a couple of months so this list should come in handy.
  3. Marob

    Marob Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I hope it helps!
  4. konrad

    konrad Full Member

    Thanks very much for this! I'm in a funny situation: forgot my provari on a plane yesterday, and all I have left at home is my ego, but I can't seem to find the charger. These stores all seem to be closed on Sunday (I guess that's standard in Berlin). Do you by any chance know where I might be able to buy a USB charger for an ego on a Sunday?
  5. konrad

    konrad Full Member

    Just wanted to say that I found a charger, so you can disregard my previous post :) Which store is your favorite in Berlin?
  6. Nada Nix

    Nada Nix Full Member

    Hi all, glad I found this forum...

    I've been buying some stuff from the Steam Store, and I found another shop called High End Smoke, a few minutes walk from there: - die Berliner Lounge der Dresdner Dampfgeräte Manufaktur

    Their main shop is in Dresden, so look on that website to see what they carry:

    Joyetech eGo-C + eVic Liquid - alle eZigaretten

    It's a small shop, so you might want to call ahead to see if they have what you want in stock, or if they have to get it sent up from Dresden.
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