Quik Trip is now selling E-Cigs.

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  1. Applecracker

    Applecracker Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    They have ads posted for it, but I couldn't get a good look. I believe they are disposable and cost $9.99, look to be a slim style. What is that a 302? Maybe, just maybe a disposable 510? I have my set up working pretty well so didn't want to waste $10 on curiosity. I mean, I did just give them $60 for gas!

    Either way, it looks like we are one step closer to the mainstream!
     
  2. Dwindacatcher

    Dwindacatcher Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Speedways in Midwest have been selling them a few months too. When they start selling attys (buy 6 get the 7th free!) I'll care a lot more.
     
  3. fray

    fray Registered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I miss quick trip. Summer time cheap fountain drinks. $.59 for a 44oz last time I was at a QP. I lived off of their taquitos and hot dogs for a long time.
     
  4. want to quit

    want to quit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    HAHA me too Fray my last 4 years of college I went there almost daily for a $1 hot dog and a $.59 slurpy or whatever this stuff is called you just can't beat it even though I don't want to know what's in it.

    Most gas stations sell the disposable 808s? at least here in Ga in my neck of the woods they do.
     
  5. Dwindacatcher

    Dwindacatcher Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    59 cent? Damn. And to think I'm happy about speeday 89 cent 44oz fountain.
     
  6. Uncle Willie

    Uncle Willie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    QT is great, but I try and watch my taquito and hot dog intake .. it's easy to overindulge .. and the fresh donuts .. don't get me started ..
     
  7. Mr. Buttflakes

    Mr. Buttflakes Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    the smoke shop here sells them also and so does mobile but cheap ones.
     
  8. JD1

    JD1 Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    lol. :laugh: :vapor:
     
  9. MitchellBeans

    MitchellBeans Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Ifthey are the same disposables that Pilot is selling, its just going to make those who try them never try again. Horrible.
     
  10. want to quit

    want to quit Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I was at the mall the other day and once again I saw this guy selling starter kits Kr808 cheap crap from China and it was $190 laughed my *** off.
     
  11. Iffy

    Iffy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I know they can't be good for me, 'cause they're so good! [​IMG]
     
  12. Applecracker

    Applecracker Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    The QT one's were a brand I had never heard of. 7-11 has them, but for some reason it doesn't feel as "fancy" as QT. When Wal-Mart starts selling... then we're in for it!
     
  13. Sandrita

    Sandrita Registered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I was at a petrol station in rural Ireland recently and they were selling Intellicig on the counter!
     
  14. ElectroDude

    ElectroDude Unregistered Supplier

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    There are also a lot of companies selling cheap stuff in retail / convenience stores. This is bad for the e-cig market. E-Cigarettes are a great thing and if you get the right one (a decent kit with good performance at least) you will fall in love with vaping, but if you get a cheap - low quality one you won't be using another PV ever again.
     
  15. Uncle Willie

    Uncle Willie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Agreed .. however, I see no company yet attempting to advertise a superior product .. and until they do, it's buyer beware ..
     
  16. Levitas

    Levitas Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Before they started selling the clear cups, my moronic friends used to go up there and stuff the cups with taquitos, so that they could get like 5-6 taquitos for the price of one soda :laugh: The good ole days...

    That is neat though, no doubt e-cigs are becoming more and more well known and this can only help in the long run :) Of course, there is the notion that these products might be crap and it might turn people off to using the product, but then again, it might cause some to further research the product and in turn, save their life. Every life saved is definitely worth it!
     
  17. Uncle Willie

    Uncle Willie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Think that might be why they went to clear cups .. ?? That's really a pretty inventive idea .. :toast:
     
  18. Applecracker

    Applecracker Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    It goes both ways... you either get bad tools and it makes you curious enough to find the good stuff (and learn how badly you were ripped off) or it turns you off to the idea of vaping altogether.

    It was a mall kiosk that got me interested. I thought that $200 sounded okay, you know, it's an investment, but still not that bad over the long term. Then I researched and learned that Smoke51 was a rip off and there was much better out there cheaper!!! That was 2 years ago and I WISH I only spent 200 on vaping hahaha!! But I am sure all my gear that I have bought over the years has been better than those mall kiosk one's were going to be!
     
  19. Levitas

    Levitas Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    We used to always joke around as say that was the reason. But really, it could've been! Not just my friends, but I am sure others did it with all types of QT merchandise.
     
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