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    Quote Originally Posted by msun30 View Post
    so never smoking the cigs/ecigs when posting on FI, i take it...
    It was the one time when the air was always clean.

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    I'm getting the On the Go kit, Silver with blue LED, Flavour: black blank whistle tip, with a Silver PCC.

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    Nice choice. Good luck with it M. If you have any questions about it once you get going, I'll try to provide answers. Otherwise, the forum is a great resource. There are cats there that seem to do nothing but deal with this stuff.

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    Oh, just to be sure you're aware - those are truly blank carts. You'll need to get some liquid elsewhere - again, recommend either the UK guys or vapables. HV doesn't sell the nicotine liquid, unfortunately.

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    BL. I smoke Drum tobacco with good papers. About two or three a day. And I zap the tobacco in my very sophisticated device which eliminates essentially all the phenols, chemmies, etc... in just about anything.

    But, despite all that preparation, it is still smoking. What the heck is this E thingy all about anyways. I am lazy, and I trust you to give me the version better than anything I will find on the net anyways.

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    i've always wanted to try Snuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msun30 View Post
    what the ****?
    you're an *******. i wasn't even participating in this thread.

    homo.

    ps, you REALLY ought to stop bitching about your shoulder to ME. man up, pussy.

    for all the times you have one upped me and left me sitting here tongue tied, you should let me have this one...

    and **** you, that shit kills. I haven't touched a weight in 2 months

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    Cold turkey is working pretty well for me. I think those e-cigs would just make me smoker more.

    I think eventually I'm going to take up real, honest to goodness, pipe smoking with high quality pipe tobacco.
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    It's been about nine months since I quit with Champix; no cravings, no relapses; drinking, toking, hanging out with smokers...nothing yet that has felt like I want to smoke.

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    Bumping this bad boy

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    How is this going, peeps? BL and Montana, you still using the e-cig? Finally got around to it this week, started 2 days ago and haven't had or even really wanted a cigarette since then. Of course, it's only been a couple of days and I will have to be vigilant for a while. Using an eGo with Vision Stardust. Massive learning curve at first but well worth it once you get up to speed.

    Can't ****ing believe it's been 3-4 years since this thread first went up. Wanted to try it even back then ....
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    Tried bumping Beleafer's thread from the past but I guess it's in the archive section now.

    How is this going, peeps? BL and Montana, you still using the e-cig? Finally got around to it this week, started 2 days ago and haven't had or even really wanted a cigarette since then. Of course, it's only been a couple of days and I will have to be vigilant for a while. Using an eGo with Vision Stardust. Massive learning curve at first but well worth it once you get up to speed.

    Can't ****ing believe it's been 3-4 years since that thread first went up. Wanted to try it even back then ....

    I highly recommend looking into the e-cig if you want to quit smoking.
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    Is there any taste with these things? They actually satisfy?

    yes I smoke.....the old fashioned combustible way.

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    Here's a link to BL's original thread. Been a couple of years so some of the tech has improved a fair bit since then, from what I understand.
    http://www.forumice.com/showthread.p...with-Zero-Pain

    This forum is a fantastic resource for information on this subject.
    http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/

    Yeah, it is actually quite satisfying. The general feeling from the e-cig is fairly similar to smoking, actually more of a throat hit than I was expecting when you use e-juice with nicotine in the Stardust. There are literally hundreds of flavours and quite a few accessories and attachments, so a person should be able to find something that will work for them with some trial and error.

    I've seen some threads on that site from people that smoked for 20, 30 years (even one guy who had been a smoker for 50 years) who love to vape and were able to make the transition fairly easily.
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    Yep, still using mine. Haven't touched a butt in over 3 years.

    Check out the zmax, if you haven't yet, axl. This thing is the bomb.

    http://www.happyvaper.com/Smoktech_Z.../smok-zmax.htm

    Full disclosure: the guy who owns HappyVaper is a good pal of mine.

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    Not sure where you get your liquid, but my favourite for quality and flavour these days is Halo. http://www.halocigs.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by northernlou View Post
    Is there any taste with these things? They actually satisfy?
    Fully satisfying for me. You can get just about any flavour you could imagine. I tend to stick with fairly mild tobacco flavours, but most vapers like to do all kinds of other things. You can get things like cotton candy, tooti fruti, peanut butter ... anything really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeLeafer View Post
    Not sure where you get your liquid, but my favourite for quality and flavour these days is Halo. http://www.halocigs.com/
    Heard Halo is good, I will try it soon. I only just started and have enough liquid to last probably a month (ordered some MLV), will try Halo and Jugheads after that.

    Pretty happy with the eGo and Stardust so far, have also heard very good things about the eGo Twist & Vivi Nova. Don't know much about the Zmax, but I will add it to the list.
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    Halo has a 15% discount on right now. They always run these and I only buy when the discounts are on.

    My current flavours from them that I use regularly: Smooh 8 (somewhat sweet tobaccy), Longhorn and Freedom juice.

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    What device are you using, axl?

    Edit: nevermind. The ego is great. Try it with the crystal carto (great combo) or the Smoktek dual coils.

    http://www.happyvaper.com/eGo_Crysta...l-tank-2ml.htm

    http://www.happyvaper.com/eGo_Mega_D...-dual-coil.htm

    The latter can hold a ton of liquid and gives a very voluminous vape.

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