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  1. TomCei

    TomCei Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey Shawn or whomever else,

    I've been getting products from LiteCigUSA since I was in college. I started with the rechargeables then went to the mod side with a Joyetech e-cab and then later an e-vic. But to be honest, I'm getting fed up with all the maintenance. I need to change the atomizer every week (this goes for the e-vic with a kanger tank/innokin tank/vivi nova) then wash everything out. It's just getting tedious after doing this for years. I really do enjoy vaping, but I guess I'm looking for something a little more hands off. Because I highly respect your advice and experience, what can you recommend me? I've had the rechargeable 901's and 510's in the past (3 years ago?), so I know what they used to be, I can see there probably has been some innovation with the workings of them.

    Overall I'm just looking for something easy to use i.e. charge the battery (coming with a recharging pack) and replace with a pre-filled carto. I've been looking on the site, but there are so many choices and so many reviews that I cannot keep any products to stick in my brain. I've been trying disposable e-cigs from gas stations and walgreen (yes...the horrible Blu, ugh never again) just to try something different, but I'm too heavy a vapor for those I guess (die out in a few hours).

    Or if something can go along with the e-vic that I can "plug and play" essentially. Don't know how efficient it would be, but I am looking for a more portable solution.

    Thanks ahead of time!
    -Tom
     
  2. shawnp1

    shawnp1 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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  3. TomCei

    TomCei Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Sounds good I'll do that. Thanks Shawn.
     
  4. shawnp1

    shawnp1 Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

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    You are welcome.
     
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