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    Looking for a cigalike

    Hi,
    I usually vape sub-ohm with high vg juice but I've been told not to vape when I'm working public because it looks dodgy to people who are not familiar with vaping.
    Has anyone tried cigalikes and if so have you been able to get empty catridges and made your own juice for it?

    Thanks

    Hobart, Tasmania

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    I can recommend:
    Eleaf iCare mini

    Was using mine in the shopping centre yesterday and no one even looked twice.
    Last edited by fabricator4; 20-11-16 at 10:24 PM.
    Chris: Tobacco free since 17:00 15th March 2013.

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    I've always wondered how those vaping pipes work out?

    Looks like a regular pipe, works like what?

    If I needed to be discrete, there are options and that icare would be top of the list. You need not 'fit in', discrete doesn't mean fitting in it just means staying off the radar.

    Stu.

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    There are some very small mods around now. Smaller than a bic lighter, but fatter to accommodate tanks.

    One of the mini mods with a nautilus mini or similar. High PG liquid and around 15 watts will satisfy better than a cigalike.

    High nic will help too.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Schtoo View Post
    I've always wondered how those vaping pipes work out?

    Looks like a regular pipe, works like what?

    If I needed to be discrete, there are options and that icare would be top of the list. You need not 'fit in', discrete doesn't mean fitting in it just means staying off the radar.

    Stu.
    Most of the pipes are small battery (18350, 16340) mechs. Provided your resistance is spec'd right they'll work fine.

    Hardly discreet though LOL

    Vape like a sir!
    Chris: Tobacco free since 17:00 15th March 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    Most of the pipes are small battery (18350, 16340) mechs. Provided your resistance is spec'd right they'll work fine.

    Hardly discreet though LOL

    Vape like a sir!


    If you're going to stand out, do it properly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by martybaker View Post
    Hi,
    I usually vape sub-ohm with high vg juice but I've been told not to vape when I'm working public because it looks dodgy to people who are not familiar with vaping.
    Has anyone tried cigalikes and if so have you been able to get empty catridges and made your own juice for it?

    Thanks

    Hobart, Tasmania
    Yes I have ages ago and did not like them.
    Reasons: The batteries were too weak and you had to forever charge them or carry a full packet of the darn things.
    The Caromisers for these are a pain in the butt to refil and if you are a nic user importing them is also rather slow and annoying.
    The best I have found are the Ego II 2200 mah batteries and using that say with a Kangartech T3d clearo I find this the best of a Ciggy look alike.



    This is what I am talking about although I use a non disposable clearo the Kangartech t3d

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    Most of the pipes are small battery (18350, 16340) mechs. Provided your resistance is spec'd right they'll work fine.

    Hardly discreet though LOL

    Vape like a sir!
    Not the Smok Guardian III TC I have one and its a terrific E-Pipe and cheaper too than all those fancy hand crafted ones. It uses an 18650 battery.

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