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I want to quit smoking ! WHats the Best E Cig to buy ? Need Help ! Ty

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  1. GTB83

    GTB83 Full Member

    Apr 10, 2011
    Rhode Island
    What is the best starter kit to buy and what is the best site ? Ia m lost when it comes to this E Cig thing ! I want to be a better Dad and Stop smoking, I am on a tight budget what do you suggest ? Thanks Greg .
  2. DivisionMatrix

    DivisionMatrix Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 24, 2010
    Kissimmee, Florida
    A little more info would be helpful, do you care if it looks like a cigarette? or are you more interested in performance and battery life? If the latter, I'd recommend a Riva 510 Lite bundle from LibertyFlights If you use the coupon code ECF you get 20% off. The big battery 510's are extremely popular so you can get lots of accessories and so on for them, and the battery life is quite good (750 mah vs 180 on a standard 510). For liquids, I would recommend,,, or you can always hit to get everything you need to make it yourself.
  3. mohawkx

    mohawkx Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 14, 2011
    I agree with Division Matrix. Get a riva 510 lite from liberty flights order some boge 510lr cartos from Nhaler and try Nhaler's USA Mix while you/re at it. Give this stuff a week, read a lot of threads here and then go juice shopping to fit your taste. Good luck.
  4. WalkerHound

    WalkerHound Full Member

    Apr 8, 2011
    Joye eGo 510, or Joye eGo-T. The 510 Riva is the same thing, as mentioned above, many people seem to really enjoy them too.
    Many different sites, check out the vendors listed on the forum. Make sure to read the reviews, they are very helpful.

    Good Luck, and this site has a wealth of knowledge to absorb.
  5. classwife

    classwife Admin
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    Congratulations on your decision to switch to vaping !!
    The suggestions above are good ones !
    Lots to read here, lots to learn....plenty of places to purchase from !!!
    Great luck to you !!!!
  6. technovapir

    technovapir Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 7, 2010
    Seattle, WA, USA
    I also agree that the Ego or Riva from Liberty Flights is a good starter. The Boge cartomizers will make your overall experience better too. If you want something slimmer - with pre-filled cartomizers, then Vapor for Life may be an option for you.
    There are lots of GREAT suppliers on this forum so it can be overwhelming to choose. I order e-juices from a few different wonderful places, and get batteries & cartomizers from others. My recommendation is to just jump in and be willing to try lots of new things.
    Best Luck to you!
  7. UKtarget

    UKtarget Super Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 12, 2010
    For an all-round starter kit the above from LF or tornado tank from TW is the place to start.
    You guys have a helluva lot of choice when it comes to juice flavours
    (yes I am a little jealous:oops:)
    Just browse the forum and if you have questions fire away as I'm sure someone can help.
    Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of gaping
  8. cmv

    cmv Full Member

    Dec 8, 2010
    You need a big battery that will last- Try the Vgo or the Ego!
  9. Ragman

    Ragman Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 19, 2009
    Hamlin, New York, USA
    Riva will do you fine. If you are concerned about the size (its a lil baseball bat shaped) then go with a Joye 510. Battery life isnt as good but its almost the same size as a typical 100 cigarette. You WILL eventually want something with a better battery life Im sure. I think you can get a RIVA kit (2 full ecigs and a charger) for around $40 shipped and a 510 for a lil more. Either way you cant go wrong.

    Good luck, and Im sure if you really want to quit smoking this will make it soooo much easier.

    Glad you found this place. Tons of great people and great info here.

    Oh and if you are strictly limited for money, check the classified after making a few more posts. But you should be able to find a single 510 kit for around $25 at one of the vendors listed here on the site.
  10. thecapz

    thecapz Full Member

    Sep 30, 2010
    brisbane aus
    I've tried a lot of e-cigs...I think the reo mod looks like it has the best potential. Altho I havent' tried it yet.
  11. GoAskAl

    GoAskAl Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 3, 2011
  12. MickeyRat

    MickeyRat Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 4, 2011
    Hickory, NC
    I haven't tried it but, I won't knock the go-go. However, someone new hasn't found their favorite juice and they haven't found the nic level they can tolerate. The go-go is, by all accounts, a great all day vape but, until it has a way to deal with the fact that someone new is likely to load it up with something they won't want to vape all day, IMO it's not for them.
  13. ajkron

    ajkron Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 16, 2011
    check out the classifieds when you make your mind up. there are some real great deals that will keep you within your budget.
    good luck with your new adventure. i tried everything to stop and the e cig was the only thing that worked. as soon as i got it i never picked up an analog again


    SMKNOMOR Super Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 6, 2011
    salem ma
    "Best" is subjective. first you need to find out what best means of you. ie.. low key looking/cigarette feel, battery life, two piece,three piece etc. Joyetech 510's(3 piece,cig feel) kr808's(Two piece,cig feel) and ego style (longer battery life,option to modify to a lower resistance atomizer/cartomizer[more vapor]) are standard starters for most. The best juices come from the juice specialty sites.For example: backwoodsbrew,freedomsmokeusa and alienvisionsejuice when you want to improve your vaping experience.

    Tip: what ever you get make sure its no less than 3.7 volt. some eGo style's are 3.2. I found that out the hard way.
  15. waylonjessi4ever

    waylonjessi4ever Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 6, 2011
    Northern California
    i just researched this site until i read enough to know that for ME ....( i wanted ease of use and minimal investment ..i went with the XL kr808d not doing all the extra stuff or messing with atomizers but thats just me .Battery and carts and refilling later ,thats it .Just research whole site .Youll find it and good luck to you !
  16. CoreTUNA

    CoreTUNA Full Member

    Dec 8, 2010
    I would also recommend what he said also, Though you might be looking for a smaller device. You could always choose to get a joye 510! Later on if you start liking PV's you can always start getting mods.
  17. jc112704

    jc112704 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 25, 2011
    Mt Top, PA
    I got a standard kit from I swear by it for ease of use and they're customer service is the best! Can't beat the lifetime warranty either... Use code "60961" for 15% off starter kits too! No matter what you decide, it's still better than smoking:)
  18. meeems

    meeems Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 4, 2011

    I just PM'D you, but if looks all garbled, pm me back and i'll give you my email and forward the email i sent to my sister, that way.
    i'd post it all here, but i dont think i'm alllowed to do email or links etc.
  19. CobraInDaNight

    CobraInDaNight Full Member

    Sep 3, 2010
    for me i love my 902 and my lux form modern vapor check em out
  20. GoAskAl

    GoAskAl Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 3, 2011
    I just said he should read the post and then decide. If he gets empty carts or an extra 5 pack of emptys he can experiment. I would have saved a ton of $$ if I had read that post first. all day on 1 cart and a battery that lasts 24 hours is just what I was looking for to quit my 2 PAD habit. Just my 2 penneys... It is a personal choice but a tough one for someone new. I remember :)
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