Discussion in 'What are electronic cigarettes?' started by Emma Wilson, Jun 6, 2018.
Can anyone out there help me with the types of e-cigarette brands and its useful features?
I would have thought considering you keep linking a vape and wholesale website perhaps you can tell us?
"But, but, ... I don't like it. I won't eat it, I simply won't."
Out of curiosity & playing devil's advocate, why would I want to go back to an e-cigarette type of device if I use mech mods and a semi-mech mod like the Picco Squeeze?
Can an e-cigarette like device offer me better juice capacity, better battery capacity?
What advantages do such devices offer to me?
Do I have to stick with proprietary coils?
If so, how well do those coils fare?
Can I use my own wire to make fresh coils for such devices?
What do these devices use for wick material?
Will these devices improve my perceived status as a knowledgeable vaper?
Can one of these devices mysteriously act as a temporal transportation unit, allowing me to go into the future with ability to come back to 1985 in a Japanese village? ( I'm not able to recall which village presently, but one decided to remain in the year 1985 just to allow for temporal travelers to have a safe harbor. Or so, I thought I read tomorrow.)
Various electronic Cigarettes brands are there including Smok, Vaporesso, Geekvape etc.
Juul, V2 Cigs & my favorite White Cloud e-cig....Rest depends on your preference.
What brand of enemas do you carry? How about depends under-garments? Do your pads have wings? How about cock rings, do you carry those? How big is your selection of prophylactics? Do you recommend KY, baby oil or motor oil? How about fromunda cheese spatulas? Is the French tickler really worth the additional cost? Are all of these things available in a package deal?
I strongly recommend you some of popular brand in USA. they are flowermate which is a America brand, and Smiss which is Chinese Brand. Also , there are some famous e cig brand: RAW, Zob, ROOR, Hippy Trips, G Pen, Magnum Detox . hope it can help you.
first relevant post I've seen on this forum.
yeah the top brands would be
Too many to mention! There is something different for everyone. The over 60 crowd still has not taken to vaping in a major way. My mom as an example, I have given her a bunch of different types but she is still smoking cigarettes. I wonder if anyone will ever make a good cigalike for nic salts. That could be something for older smokers.
Not everyone will switch to vaping.
Even with cigalikes too much trouble for many to fool with.
Disposable cigalikes would be the closest to smoking as far as simplicity goes. But kinda expensive...
64 and a vaper for over 3.5 years. Was 40+ year smoker.
Famous? Maybe in your make-believe world they're famous, but I've never heard of a single one, and I've been vaping nearly 5 yrs.
You're wrong about that; there's a hellacious lot of over-60s around here, and I'm close myself (57) -- because we're the last generation who are still alive who started back when EVERYBODY smoked.
Some over-60s might be resistant because they tried "e-cigarettes" instead of ACTUAL VAPING, and "e-cigarettes" are mostly pretty lame and unsatisfying. And some over-60s might also be resistant to the internet, that new-fangled magic box thang they've heard of but don't trust. It's sadly true that as people age, they become less interested in modern technology, preferring to do things the way they've always done them... even, sadly, dying from smoke-related diseases.
If you find out from your mom exactly what it is she finds better in cigarettes than in e-cigarettes, you'll be well on your way to finding a VAPE that she might enjoy -- but forget the lame cigalikes, nobody likes them very much. I may be one of the very few who was able to get to the point of quitting while using a cigalike, BUT, I chose one which could be recharged and filled with my choice of ejuice. And even so, on the very day I claim as my first smoke-free day, I upgraded to a pen-style with variable wattage, and it made all the difference.
I figured G Pen to be a sex toy?
Heh. That's actually the only one I think I may have heard of... Wasn't that what snoop dawg used? Of course, he wasn't vaping nicotine ejuice.
Hey! We need people to know more about E-Cigarettes, they save lives! Juul is the most popular and favored brand, however there are many others like MYLE or KWIT. The only problem is that it is so hard to find them for sale outside of the USA, but I know a website that sells worldwide. You should check them out.
Their website is called podgod.us
I'm so lucky that a website like that exists, otherwise I have no idea where I would buy Juuls and Juul pods.
Anyways, happy vaping!
If you want to spam the forum, you need to register as a vendor.
The 2 on the left are what I started out vaping on. On my first full day smoke-free, I received the one on the right, and became a committed vaping non-smoker.
If someone insists on trying cigalikes, find the kind you can recharge and refill. But I gotta say, that 65mAh battery and .4ml "tank" was the biggest PITA you can imagine. Upgrading to 800mAh and 2.8ml felt amazing after that, plus the adjustable wattage meant the vape was always the same, not decreasing in intensity with every puff.
Still have a couple of iTaste's and some T3S's too.
Gave away all my cigalikes long ago. Seems like mine were 300 mah. Or so they claimed
I don't think my eRolls work anymore; I keep 'em strictly as historical artifacts -- got my original Njoy in the same drawer with 'em, though it was completely dead a long time ago.
3 of my 4 vv3s still work just fine, but I don't have any of those original bottom-coil clearos anymore. Still got all my Kayfuns, a couple of Prometeys, and a few other rebuildables hanging around, but they don't get used. Nor my squonk hardware, though that might change.