Regular Atty Drippers (A Dying Breed?)

Discussion in 'Atomizers and Cartridges' started by Mr.Mann, Apr 16, 2013.

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  1. LouisLeBeau

    LouisLeBeau Shenaniganery Jedi! Too naughty for Sin Bin ECF Veteran

    Jul 23, 2013
    I think it's simple, unfortunately. They know their market is people like us, and I think that they believe that decreasing the price will only let us horde at the expense of future sales. It won't attract new buyers, nor make us use them significantly more than we already do.

    You know I LOVE the HH, but I haven't bought a new one in a very long time. It rapes my sensibilities to pay $20 for a simple drip atty, when I can (and did) buy things like Aromamizer Supremes for $5. I can put a higher ohm build in that device, choke the air, and get a vape that is 90%+ similar, again and again. Same holds true for smaller deck, tight draw RDA's like the NarDa clones.

    The only reason that would compel me is nostalgia, and by the time I run out of the ones I already have, and get around to feeling $20 worth of nostalgia, they'll probably be gone. :(

    Totally feel ya, Mr. Mann. I was waiting and wondering the same thing for quite awhile before I arrived at the conclusion I have.
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  2. LouisLeBeau

    LouisLeBeau Shenaniganery Jedi! Too naughty for Sin Bin ECF Veteran

    Jul 23, 2013
    OH, but Hey! They DO have 306 atty's on special for $8. I dunno what they were before, but I NEED some of those! My (our ;) ) source ran out of the $1 taster 306's a long time ago. Thanks for making me look!

    Never tried a Cisco 306! My E-Pipe and Caravela Latina's REQUIRE 306's. Now I'm excited... :)
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  3. cags

    cags Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 27, 2011
    east TN
    I'm always surprised that some stores aren't heavily discounting the old and now unpopular stuff. I'm stubborn and I will not pay 2011 prices on products that are no longer popular! have you tried calling them and asking for a discount on a large quantity?
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  4. Mr.Mann

    Mr.Mann Visit the PIF Sub-Forum Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Dec 30, 2011
    Detroit, Mi
    Yeap. Too large a quantity. Too low of a discount on that large quantity. Which brings me here to post about that frustration. Damnit! LOL

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