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Traveling for a month.... High end shops?

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  1. bubbadreier

    bubbadreier Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 14, 2012
    Hey everyone! I am headed to Athens, Rome, Florence, Venice, and Paris, are there any high end or regular vape shops I should check out?

    Or is there any information I should know about vaping in these cities? Thanks in advance!!
  2. TFlyer86

    TFlyer86 Full Member

    Aug 5, 2013
    Denver, CO, USA
    On an off shoot, I'm curious are you flying around or using trains? I fly for a living and have tested a multitude of products. Everything from atomizers to clearomizers, coil tanks, and cartos with and without tanks. I don't known what you are running, but I've found that cartos work best in the drastic changing air pressure of the aircraft. If you use tanks, top them off prior to flying as any air in the tank will expand rapidly and cause flooding. Keep bottles and tanks upright AT ALL TIMES!!!! I usually have them in a case, sitting in a bag that hold them facing upwards at all times and I rarely have issues. Don't know of any shops in the area but good luck and good vaping!

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  3. teps75

    teps75 Full Member Verified Member

    Jul 16, 2013
    Paris, France
    It might be too late but for somebody else... No high end shops in Paris :-( At best, you can find good juices but mostly low end ego...
    Best shop: Cigatec in Brest (quite far from Paris).
  4. dutch onsea

    dutch onsea Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 14, 2013
    Athens? that`s GG-country. Shops? Only the best in the world. E-smoke-guru Titanide products are made in saint etienne in the loire department in France. Bitfumo in Rome...
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