Totally vapor usa

Discussion in 'New Members Forum' started by icemanfred, May 30, 2011.

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  1. icemanfred

    icemanfred Full Member

    anyone have this?
    I tried one in the mall.
    thought it was pretty good. but only had a couple puffs.
    and only one other e cig to compare it to...the nuvo. which was pretty disappointing.
  2. WomanOfHeart

    WomanOfHeart Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    What were they selling and how much were they charging?
  3. dormouse

    dormouse ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    If you buy a model and you don't know what model number it is then you will be locked into that company for parts. I do not recommend that at all.

    Also, do they have manual batteries? Most people here use and recommend manual. It is less prone to damage from refilling cartos etc.

    OK looking at the web

    They do sell Ego - that is a good model w/ long battery life and can optionally use hotter cartos/attys


    Joye 510 (short battery life but good model IF they offer it with manual batteries). The manual batteries are totally sealed on the end so safe for the two most popular methods of vaping (cartomizers and dripping)

    Yes either of those is fine.
  4. icemanfred

    icemanfred Full Member

    where did you see the ego and joye?
    on the totallyvaporusa site I think what I used was the raptor pcc.
    but its hard to tell cause it didnt look like the big picture. more like the tiny pic (they were musti colored and came with a case) but that pic is hard to see.
  5. dormouse

    dormouse ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Ah I was looking at Totally Vapor. I wouldn;t buy there. They charge too much., if you click the 20% off on front page, is $10-20 cheaper.
    Totally Vapor

    OMG Totally Vapor USA? What a ripoff! $25 for a 510 atomizer (should cost $7). $160 for an Ego clone that should cost $40. $24 for $20ml juice. $20 for a $5 USB cable.
    Do you mean here??? I don't see a raptor PCC

    In any case, Totally Vapor is not an ecig model number. They did not make anything. They slapped their name on some Chinese model number. If you don't know what it is then I recommend you not buy it. When you buy an e-cigarette you should know what model, is it a good model, how much should it cost, and where else can you get parts and supplies for it.

    EDIT - OK I saw the Raptor PCC best I could with that tiny little photo. Whateevr it is, it should not cost $129. A PCC should cost more like $29. I cannot really tell what that PCC looks like.
  6. icemanfred

    icemanfred Full Member

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