What ecig do you use??? (Regular ecigs vs. Mods.)

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  1. Frank from Chicago

    Frank from Chicago Full Member

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    Just curious what everyone is using. I bought a blu cig kit as my first, to help quit smoking. After over a year, I ordered a Precise 18650 from Super T Manufacturing. What is your setup like?
     
  2. Rikaroo

    Rikaroo Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Joye 510 with a pcc. First kit I tried 6wks ago from cignot and vapes so good I see no reason to try anything else. If someone has some info on something better that puts out better than this I think it would probably choke me out LOL.
    Got 2 bats and atties with the kit and have dropped the atties in a cup of microwaved boiling water one time and they still put out serious vapor as good as they were when I got em outta the mailbox. Blow em out bout every other day.
     
  3. rachumjay

    rachumjay Moved On

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    well, I used to smoke the eGo, but now, i am using the missy wetbox 3.5v.
    i absolutely love it. its so much more convenient. not having to constantly keep dripping. this way, the juice is right there. i love it, and highly recommend it. :)
     
  4. xg4bx

    xg4bx Moved On ECF Veteran

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    I've been using an auto smoketip 808 for the past 4 months or so. No complaints and I have no interest in upgrading.
     
  5. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hubby uses the ProVari with a MAP tank.

    I use 4 Buzz's, 2 Infinities, a GGTB with a Terminator, the Megalodon, Prodigy V3.1 with a Terminator, Icon, and EXO 14500 all loaded with MAP tanks.

    Terminators make high voltage devices adjustable. Notcigs used to carry them but quit.

    All MAP tanks have a different flavor in them. They can be bought at cloudsofvapor when Bigbuyer gets them in.

    I left proprietary batteries a long time ago after my first Buzz arrived. I have nothing against them but I love to tune in my juice.
     
  6. CarrieM

    CarrieM Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I started with a Riva 510 style, then hubby made a couple of flashlight 18650 3.7 mods. Then I won a Saber touch VV mod, I have a 14500 3.7 box mod and just recently got an Ego-T tank system with 1000 mah battery. I use the Riva/Ego-t when I go out, but at home I use my flashlight mod the most..I can go 3 days on the flashlight mod before I need to charge the battery back up.
     
  7. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Oh forgot to add: CloudBurst also sells tank mods. Click Here!
     
  8. toddos

    toddos Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I went kr8 -> kr8 passthroughs -> kr8 big battery -> eGo-T -> Reo mini in the span of 2 months. Now I'm spending money on trying different atties and longer-lasting 14500 batteries and will probably end up getting a Reo Grand in a couple of months.
     
  9. FatBill

    FatBill Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Holy cow... Um... I vape a Riva 510. Ok... I'm going now.
     
  10. Krisb

    Krisb Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Started with a lux (like an ego), then a handmade 5v box to a ggtb and just rcvd a Darwin. I have a reg. Map on the Darwin which is all I take out now (woo-hoo, no more batteries) and a vapemate on the way.

    *Droid
     
  11. mfraz25

    mfraz25 ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I started out on a regular 510 starter kit and loved it! until I was changing the battery every 2 hours

    Then I tried and fell in love with a 901 auto-kit, from HC and then the batteries started lasting two hours.

    I was referred to the CHUCK by a friend and now I have two :D I love them. Little masterpieces. I can get 3 days of one battery
     
  12. hairball

    hairball ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    LOL...don't worry...you'll get your buying addiction like the rest of us. It's not just vaping in general, it's a hobby. I told myself when I started ecigs, that I wouldn't be one of the people that would buy all of this stuff...yeah right! I've finally found my favorites for right now, listed above, and will probably buy more in the future as they come out. You will eventually too. Everyone always looks for the ultimate vape. It's there and you will experiment in the world of mods before too much longer.
     
  13. dormouse

    dormouse ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    I started on M402 manual then bought the longer M401 manual batteries and by the end of the month was curious

    So I bought 1 battery setups of KR808D-1 (Vapor4Life) and 510 to try

    Now I vape KR808D-1 (manual w/ carto) and 510 or 510 mega (manual w/ carto) and stills set up the M401 at home with oRYental 4 so I can pick it up when I want a sweet vape. I also use a Joye 306 atty on the 510 w/ drip tip or occasionally w/ cart that has a flavor I like to vape once in a while
     
  14. WomanOfHeart

    WomanOfHeart Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    I started with Green Smoke (crap) then got a Riva, which was infinitely better. I've since moved up to a Chameleon and an Indulgence. I keep eyeballing the ProVari, but haven't been able to pull the trigger.

    Sent from my Super Top Secret Android Device using an alien version of Tapatalk.
     
  15. Onehempcat

    Onehempcat Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I started with an NJoy, and it tasted like crap, but it got me off smokes. Now I use Bloog MAXX Fusion (KR808), and I LOVE it!!!!!
    I am getting a 510 in soon, lmao, and wanna order a reo mod. If I don't just build it myself ;)

    **talks to girl** NAH thats not another e-cig bill, YES they will be cheaper than smokes, AFTER I buy a crap load of stuffffs!!!!
     
  16. pixiedust

    pixiedust Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    started with KR-808, then went to Ego-T abandoned the tanks and use the Ego batteries with clearomizers, or occasionally I use a lr atty and drip. I just ordered a bottom feed mod from oldgoat.
     
  17. FatBill

    FatBill Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks Hairball, Yeah I know, I really started on a Joye 510 then moved to an Ego then mega attys, then LR mega atty, then an Riva 510 with a drip tip. My tackle box is full of juice..I mean jammed packed. And yes... I'm eyeing the Saber touch. I'm still new so I kinda get floored when others talk about all this stuff I have no idea what it is. I'm trying to keep up. BUYING ADDICTION??? I have a problem now already...... Bill
     
  18. NCC

    NCC Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Progression: Regular 510 > KR808D-1 > Janty Kissbox Classic > Carlos Juicebox > Tornado eGo-type > LR Attys > Black Silver Bullet > Cylinder Type B Attys > LR 306 Attys > Precise 18650 > MAP Tank > VapeMate (not in strict order and probably with omissions)
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    Current mainstays: Precise 18650 & Black Silver Bullet. Atomizers: LR 306 & LR 510.
    Current Easy carries: KR808D-1 & TorneGo.
    I mainly drip, but also use cartos a bit. Then, there's the MAP Tank, useful on road trips
    (a pleasure of mine).
    For dripping, the 1 dram glass dropper bottles have become an indispensible bit of equipment, I can't imagine dripping without them.
    I use syringes with 15 gauge blunt tip needles for filling those dropper bottles and for DIY mixing.
    I have several Kensington battery packs, which are used with passthroughs. And, 12VDC USB adapters for the car too.
    Pyrex, Super-T SS and Pawn drip tips kinda round out the hardware currently in use.
     
  19. BiancaMontgomery

    BiancaMontgomery SQUIRREL! Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I didn't think I'd try so many mods either, but yeah. After discovering that 5v's killed my cravings for cigarettes completely, I went in search of the perfect mod for me. I thought I wanted tiny and 5v, so I tried the Turbo, the Little Sister, the VyperSS. Then I figured out I needed more mAh, so I tried the Pearl, the Aloha, the VV Tekk, the Buzz, the Golddigger and the ProVari. I also wanted something tiny to take out with me that would have great mAh and be pocket friendly so I went with the Roughstack. I have bought, sold and traded my way through all of these and what I'm left with that fits my needs is the VV Tekk for back up (has VV and is USB charge with great mAh...if my wall charger for my mods dies, I've got PV until a new one can arrive, I can also charge it in my car w/ my GPS cable and my cig lighter...I might be paranoid about losing electricity), The Golddigger (to me it's beautiful, it hits great at fixed 5v and the batts last at least an entire day), the little 3.7v Roughstack (good mAh, tiny, easy to take out on errands, can shove it in my pocket with the top switch, hits great with a LR atty or carto on it, uses same batts as the Golddigger) and the ProVari...it's the ProVari...it does it all with all day and then some batt life, made of win. The other PV's were all good PV's, they just weren't the right fit for me...takes a little trial and error to get these things worked out, but worth it IMHO.
     
  20. noblas

    noblas Full Member

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    I've spent a lot on e-cig..

    Been on 84mm >> Titan 510 >> SDMKII >> Tornado Tank.

    But the most i like is I can use my 510 atty with 3 of my PV. not a waste at all..
     
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