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    Clearo's

    Hi Guys

    I am vaping with the eGO K it's alright but I was wondering if any other clearo will fit onto it to vape a bit better?

    Also I don't want to get into all the shiny stuff but what would be the next step up from this setup for vaping.

    Wayno

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    Vape only BCC, EVOD BCC and Protank Mini are all good clearos and available locally
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    What Domo said plus probably step up to something like a vamo for variable wattage and voltage. As you move along you will one day get curious about rebuilding coils and the Vamo will allow you to measure resistance as well. It will also allow you the option of 18350 for a shorter over all length or 18650 batteries for longer battery life. The best part is the price they are cheap as chips you can get one for around $50 including batteries and a charger.
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    What has already been said, plus a Vision Spinner or a Joyetech Twist is a similar format to what you have, but allows you set the voltage depending on the device, resistance, juice, and your preferences.

    If you want something more sophisticated but still with a very small form factor the iTaste VW V3 is well worth a look. It has variable wattage and an ohmmeter: $39.54 iTaste VW V3.0 7-in-1 Variable Voltage Rechargeable 800mAh Electronic Cigarettes Set - vv-3.0 at FastTech - Worldwide Free Shipping

    All of the devices mentioned have 510 and ego type threading.
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    you've been given great advice about your setup from clearo's to mods/batteries.

    the next level up from an ego k is probably some sort of battery that will allow you to change the power output. you've had some good options offered in that regard.

    something i've experienced, i wasn't get the throat hit i needed and i upgraded all my equipment....YES i love shiny new toys, YES i think i prefer what i'm doing now (dripping with a rebuildable dripper)...but the answer to "could i have saved money for a year vaping the way i WAS but adding cheap menthol concentrate to fix my problems?" is also YES.

    Some good advice given to me was that, you don't have to spend a fortune to get a good enough vape...there's heaps of time in the future for experimenting.

    Find a good vape and stick with it. Save some money and learn about stuff.



    I don't need squat for ages, i just went shopping.
    $1800.61 Spent on Vaping so far, stocked up for 2 years @ 8ml/per day.

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    My 2 cents is go with what satisfies your habit. Think about what you need vaping to do. It is not necessary to step up if you have gear that satisfies head, heart and wallet.
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