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  1. So it's two years to the day that I gave up my 30 year smoking habit and vaped instead. Go vaping!
  2. I bought a Joyetech eroll with charger case for about $65, mainly for when I'm walking about and want something discreet to vape with. It's a good device, simple to use, maintains its electric charge well and outputs decent volume. Not a mainstay though. The tanks are too small for regular use, and it runs hot if you chain vape, it's not the easiest draw, plus the battery drains too fast for casual vaping.
  3. I'm hooked on the iClear30 dual coil rotatable clearo by Elego right now. Coupled with a decent sized battery it's a great vape. Pity it's not suitable for public use.
    Can't get replacement clearos for V2cigs, so have gone off them. I supposed i can refill their cartos, but it's not quite satisfactory.
  4. Still with the V2cigs (long batteries) with Liquimax clearomisers. Possibly a little pricey at $30 a battery and $5 for a clearo, but they're worth it.
  5. Was at a party on the weekend and a woman asked me what brand of e-cig I was using. She said she worked for a tobacco company. I think she thought it was a Blu.
  6. 12 months vaping today, and a year since I gave up cigs.

    Have gotten into V2cigs (long batteries) with Liquimax clearomisers. Really impressive for the size, and they look pretty cool out in public. Still using the Ego-C for some of the citrus juices which I've heard can crack clearo plastics. Tried some Mount Baker citrus juices recently, key lime, pink lemonade, tidewater tobacco, all their citrus mixes are excellent. Don't recommend their tobacco ones at all though.
  7. 11 months vaping now. Still going with the 3 piece cone atomisers and eGo twists + eGo batterie mods. 18mg mix.

    Would like to find a good pipe setup for home use, but the technology doesn't look that good.
  8. 8 months vaping now. Have settled into a setup with eGo batteries with the 3 piece cone atomisers. Less experimentation nowadays, and saving lots of money now. Happy vaping with this setup.
  9. After watching some youtube vids, got the Joyetech 18650 Ego Battery Mod last week, and some of the new ego-c cones with removable atomisers and clear tanks.

    Extremely impressed with this set up. And cheap! The juices taste much more intense and whole vaping experience is the most rewarding I've had.

    My only gripe is remembering to get that click sound when you plug in the tank, have had some pocket leaks before I got used to that.

    Vmax is currently gathering dust.
  10. Loving the VMAX, but it's only for home vaping. Still on the ego Twists in public.

    Gone back to tanks with the vmax, and small 510 click in tanks for the Twist.
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About Pleski
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At at March 2015 I'm coming up to my 3rd year of vaping. I've saved around $22,000 in that time by not smoking and settling on a vaping setup I'm happy with. I haven't included all the health and dental benefits, and of course the lifestyle benefits. But I'm throwing that $22,000 into a world trip this year, so that's a big benefit. Go vaping.
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