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    Vaping gear for newbies as gift?

    Hi everyone,
    Almost all of my friend are chain smoker and my uncle. So when I will go back to my country for holidays I want to some vaping gear as gift for them. What will be suitable for them? Any suggestions.
    I am personally started with vamo and kanger genitank 2 but I think that will be too much for them.

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    It's hard to go past an EVOD starter kit for newbies. They work, they're simple and consumables are quite cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    It's hard to go past an EVOD starter kit for newbies. They work, they're simple and consumables are quite cheap.
    +1. Did you catch that Sleepy?
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    Yep I did. Question is whether to buy cheaper version from HealthCabin or trust the local vendors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepy View Post
    Yep I did. Question is whether to buy cheaper version from HealthCabin or trust the local vendors
    Not saying anything against HC, but local vendor = have any problem and they'll fix replace for you. AND get full after sales service, in hours or days

    Charge it, fill it, press button and stick in yer gob = vaping bliss
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    Not saying anything against HC, but local vendor = have any problem and they'll fix replace for you. AND get full after sales service, in hours or days
    And your batteries won't take three weeks to get here.

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    Ok thanks, I will research the local vendors then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepy View Post
    Ok thanks, I will research the local vendors then.
    House of Vape have them.http://houseofvape.com.au/vape/start...od-double-kit/
    LIVE AND LET VAPE
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    Now, before you go spending your hard-earned on crap or quality, have you er.. asked them if they even want to have a go?
    I found it quite a costly exercise to do something similar. Lesson learned.

    The other thing is that using a vendor that will replace faulty gear is all very nice, but is it worth the hassle if issues arise overseas?
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