whats the best method to allow customers to sample many flavors of ejuice?

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  1. transamspirit

    transamspirit Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Simple enough question.

    Direct drip? And if so which one for an ego style battery?
     
  2. zapped

    zapped Registered Supplier Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Id just buy dripping atties and some drip tips. Just bear in midn that you might get some returned juice that way. Changing your juice delivery system from say a carto tank to a vivi nova can cause a drastic change in some flavors.

    Sell or give them small 6ml sample bottles so they can try it with their own systems.
     
  3. Baditude

    Baditude ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    Dripping is a favorite of many to test flavors here.

    I personally never enjoyed it. I have a couple of ce3's at my disposal should I want to test out a new flavor. Same liquid capacity as a cartomizer (1 ml) but unlike a carto it has no polyfill to retain previous flavors used. ce3's are reusable, just remove one flavor and either rinse it with some water or simply add another one. Same price range as a pack of cartomizers - $9 for a pack of 5.

    The Phoenix and Fluxomizer sold by Got Vapes are essentially the same thing and called ce2's. These all use a fine needle/syringe to fill. The Nano is a no-needle, pop off the top to fill device that could be used to sample flavors, too.

    CE3's.jpg ce2.jpg phoenix.jpg ce2-1.jpg nanocarto.jpg
     
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