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Discussion in 'JantyWorld' started by Ludo, May 9, 2009.

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  1. Ludo

    Ludo Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

  2. ZambucaLu

    ZambucaLu ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Hey Ludo....I've got a problem. I can't get my battery out...it's stuck! In the video, it seems to just slide out but mine does not and I can't get a grip on it to pull it out. I've tried shaking it out too...it's not budging. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!

    Lu
     
  3. dumwaldo

    dumwaldo Super Member ECF Veteran

    Given the price points I think I will opt for this instead of the Prodigy. It looks very nice.

    I am starting to think I should link my checking account to jorth1's pay pal account, not my own.:D

    DW
     
  4. ZambucaLu

    ZambucaLu ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Update to my previous post: I shook and shook until a part of the top of the battery came out and I was able to pull it out. I see what the problem is...the top of the battery compartment is a little tighter than the rest of it. I have it charging now....but I'm afraid to put it back in now....LOL

    Lu
     
  5. franklyspeaking

    franklyspeaking Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    It gets looser with time. Mine was like that in the beginning but now slides out easily. Still vapeing like a champ. Dollar for dollar I think this may be the best value out there. I've been updating all of the people I have turned onto vapeing or am in the process of turning and the Janty Stick is now my primary recommendation. Cheap 360mah batteries that charge in an hour, built-in usb passthrough, cheap atomizers, pen-style cart capacity, excellent vapor, stylish compact form-factor. Does it get better than that?
     
  6. Coffee Addict

    Coffee Addict Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    If all this is true.....why are so many seem to be raving about the Prodigy and not the stick.
    The stick is the first mod I have ordered (hope I did the right thing)
     
  7. DisMan

    DisMan Super Member ECF Veteran

    Because people usually buy *either* the prodigy *or* the stick.

    Not everyone has $250.00 to burn for both.

    I'm still standing by the Dura-C. Judging from the looks of the smoke from the Janty Stick, it's the same. BUT, the stick has a design...so, I would think that, if people are looking for design, the stick is appealing. Just don't like the price tag it's currently at.
     
  8. kaeo773

    kaeo773 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    for me I think the stick is a much better choice over the Prodigy. There is no way in hell I would vape the Prodigy in public. I really like the sleek modern look, and it is nice and small.
     
  9. Ludo

    Ludo Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    The JANTY STICK will sell for 79.95 USD/59.59 EURO and this is what you get for that price:

    1 x JANTY STICK BODY
    1 x classic atomizer under warranty
    2 x E-CIGAR BATTERIES
    1 x Mini USB cable for charging AND vaping through computer/car/power outlet
    5 x Free Classic carts
    1 x Unique designed leather carrying pouch

    We will also provide TAWA (Janty Throw away atomizers at an unbeatable price as optional accessory!)

    JANTYSTICK - a set on Flickr

    STAY TUNED FOR PRE-SALES SETS at 69.95 USD for a limited time!
     
  10. QueenInNC

    QueenInNC Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Does the Janty Stick only use the 801 atomizer or will there be an option of a 901? Thanks!
     
  11. kaeo773

    kaeo773 Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    I am all over that pre-sale - can't wait
     
  12. arv

    arv Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Wasn't there going to be a standard battery charger as well?

    Btw, does it work on usb power without a battery inside?

    OMG, I just can't stand waiting for it..... :D
     
  13. Ludo

    Ludo Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Charger only came for free in the Limited Edition Set. You can order the charger as a separate accessory in our shops :)
     
  14. arv

    arv Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Can't find it on jantyshop.com... Did I go blind or is it not there yet? ;)
    Should I place an order and add the charger later?

    Btw, if I want extra batteries I should get the "E-CIGAR BATTERIES" for €1.95, right?
     
  15. Ludo

    Ludo Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    correct ARV, and charger will be available soon on jantyshop.com too
     
  16. Kit

    Kit Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    The scredriver is still the one to own,going of other janty products the screwdriver is more resilient to a flight of stairs,plus i dont fancy vaping a mobile phone :D
     
  17. Ludo

    Ludo Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Many people don't fancy sucking on an overpriced flashlight mod :D
     
  18. fenez

    fenez Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    ohhhhh touche
     
  19. JustJulie

    JustJulie CASAA Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I think the excitement about the Prodigy is primarily that the device itself is made in the USA. I think some folks in the USA like the idea of buying a product manufactured in the USA and also think it might solve some of the customs seizure problems. Also, the Prodigy will be able to be used with different styles of atomizers by purchasing an adapter. And truthfully, I think so many folks are excited because they like the PureSmoker folks and want to see them succeed since they seem to be pinning everything on this new model.

    For me, I like the form of the JantyStick. I like the movement away from a cylinder into something that doesn't even remotely resemble an analog. I also like how the atomizer is recessed into the body of the JantyStick, decreasing the overall size of the device.

    I also like supporting innovation, and the JantyStick is innovative. And frankly, I love my Dura-C and my Kissbox, and so I expect I'll love my JantyStick. :wub:
     
  20. dumwaldo

    dumwaldo Super Member ECF Veteran

    It would be VERY NICE if it shipped with pre-charged batteries. Is there any possibility of this?
     
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