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Randy's E-cig?

Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by jbailey, Jul 20, 2010.

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  1. jbailey

    jbailey Full Member

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    Has anyone ever heard of a Randy's? A local smoke shop carrys them and im curious if they are any good at all and worth the buy but to be honest ive never even heard of them...:unsure:
     
  2. jbailey

    jbailey Full Member

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    i found a picture and it looks like this, found some info in another thread but seemed they were talking about another model
     
  3. TWolf

    TWolf Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Never heard of them. Some of the ecigs found in local venues turn out to be overpriced and cheaply made. Glad to see you're at least doing some research before purchasing those.
     
  4. jbailey

    jbailey Full Member

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    it kind of sucks they wouldnt let me try it out or anything before buying. . . but i do know the are not cartomizers
     
  5. cayoob

    cayoob New Member

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    My daughter sells the e Randy's at her store and was telling me about the tonight I am trying to find more info on them. She says they sell a lot and that the customers say that they have cut back or have quit smoking. She told me not to buy the expensive one's the one my daughter sells has two cigarette a wall charger, care charger, and a usb cable, all for charging the cigarette
     
  6. CooL_SpoT

    CooL_SpoT Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Sounds like a fairly standard starter kit. Shouldn't be more than $50-$70 for all of that (should be on the lower end, honestly).
     
  7. Randybu80

    Randybu80 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    ugh, to tell you the truth I know nothing about this brand/manufacturer but here is my experience... I've spent well over $200 trying to do it the cheaper way (funny how that worked for me) every thing from the brand 7-11 has to my local liquor store and smoke shop. I stopped searching when i found the 510 its the only way to go, i plan on getting a riva soon but its still the same idea just more bad ***. i hate to bad mouth any pv but really, stick with the tried and true you will be glad you did and your over all experience will be better
     
  8. oettinger

    oettinger Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Guarantee it is not of good quality, or as inexpensive as buying a 510 from Cignot. Truthfully, MANY of the kits they sell at smoke shops and gas stations can be purchased on Chinese bigbox websites for less than $15.00

    Cignot your Midwest Electronic Cigarette store.

    I would not buy from ANY vendor that as not registered here.
     
  9. oettinger

    oettinger Super Member ECF Veteran

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    ok, it is a rebranded Healty-cig. I found the information on another forum. Probably the same place you go the picture from.

    Just to give you an idea of the value of the kit in questioned. At least the one in the picture, which is indeed what is being talked about in the thread. They are $10.20 with free shipping from Deal Extreme.

    DealExtreme: $10.20 Electronic Cigarettes with Chargers and 10-Refills Set (110V~240V AC)

    PS I found them for sale on a website. The exact "randy's" e-cigarette with a "discount" price of $69.99
     
  10. cskent

    cskent Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    It looks like the Smoking Everywhere model I bought before I found this forum and got myself an edumacation on these here newfangled e-cigs. The SE was a RN 4081 and I quickly moved on to a better unit. It did, however, get me off the analogs so it wasn't a total waste.
     
  11. beachbaby

    beachbaby Full Member

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    This was the first e-cig I purchased and I can tell you from experience to save your money. The carts do not last very long - some of them I would only get 10 - 15 drags from before they would die. I felt like I was always charging the batteries. If you're in a bind and you need an e-cig to hold you over until the "good" stuff arrives then this will work but if you are looking for something permanent this is not what you want.
     
  12. warbdan

    warbdan Moved On ECF Veteran

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    Just get a 510 from cignot and don't look back.
     
  13. Wharf Rat

    Wharf Rat Registered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    i found them locally and they looked just like the XhaleO2 from 7-11
     
  14. manticore

    manticore New Member

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    I bought Randys e-cig from a local smoke shop. it was $50 with two ecigs, 10 cartridges, and a car and wall charger. I was a pack a day smoker and the cartridges last me about 2 days each. I've been using one of the two cigs for 6 days without any recharge - we have the other one charged up but my hubby didnt need his as much so it pretty much sits dormant :) I haven't had a "real" cigarette in 8 days and i'm doing well with it, it was well worth the $50 bucks imho (a carton would have cost me 40$ this past week otherwise anyway)
     
  15. KiTTy3000

    KiTTy3000 Full Member

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    It would appear to be branded by the company that sells the wired rolling papers.. "Randy's Wired Rolling Papers", I think they're called, they come in regular, hemp, and a few other varieties, and have a wire down the middle to facilitate easier handling once your, likely unfiltered, cigarette is at its end. The font in the name is quiet similar, but I haven't done any research to conclude whether or not the brands are in fact, one in the same.
     
  16. inkjet21

    inkjet21 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    if you buy cheap no name e-cigs it will cost you more in the long run, trust me i know , just get some form of the 510 and you will be happy you did, there are many many upgrades and spare part for the 510. i wasted about 130 buck on 2 cheaper no name kits that worked ok but i got my ego 510 last week and it is buy far the best one i have used,

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  17. manticore

    manticore New Member

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    from what i could tell from a few of the retailer sites i found they are indeed the same company - on said something along the lines of "from the makers of premium wired rolling papers"
     
  18. trmangel

    trmangel New Member

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    My husband bought this brand locally (last night) just to see what it's going to be like when we receive our order(diff brand) from another place. So far our experience with this brand hasn't been great. Considering this is our first experience the opinion may not be as validated as others who have been trying these out for awhile. To us this brand ( Randy's ) doesn't seem anything like what we have read and reviewed of other brands. Harder to draw from with little satisfaction and one cart doesn't last as long as is so seems. We are going to try the intellicig-usa brand and see if that is any better or worse. I'll come back and let ya all know how that pans out. But for the time being with this brand of Randy's, our opinion is don't waste your money and keep checking out the reviews for all the brands your interested in. Be careful of the hype that goes around though and read as many reviews as possible, that's the only way to actually get some real data besides spending loads of money figuring out what the best brand is to buy, cause most of the sites will say they are the best out there in one way shape or form ;) Good luck in finding the right brand that suits you!
     
  19. Olde One

    Olde One Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I ordered this through my place of employment. It didn't work. Got a replacement. Didn't work. They are, indeed, put out by the same brand as the wired rolling paper. That is why I was attracted to them, initially. Yeah.. 10-15 WEAK puffs is all you get from a pre-loaded cartridge. They're terrible. They're lame. They're a complete waste of time. They made my mall kiosk 808 look like the best model ever.

    I ended up sending the second one back, as well. I only got credit, so I ended up getting some Goloka Nag Champa incense in its place.

    I agree with some of the earlier posts.... just go to cignot.com. Buy a Joye Ego. I like the tank style, personally.
     
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