View Poll Results: Do you think eGo should be suggested starter kit

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  • No, its too large, start with a 510

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Thread: probably the best newbie advice.. imho

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    probably the best newbie advice.. imho

    taken from PaporPlas off ECF,
    probably imho the best advise for someone that is starting off.. (like me)

    DON'T UNDERSPEND
    DON'T UNDERESTIMATE
    DON'T UNDERSTOCK

    DO GET THE BEST PERSONAL VAPE SYSTEM
    DO EXPECT EXPECT TO QUIT ANALOGS - FOREVER
    DO PURCHASE MORE THAN ENOUGH FROM THE BEGINNING

    If youre looking to quit smoking by jumping in on Vaping, this makes perfect sense. You would want to be armed with the best gear you can afford (that works for you) and loaded with as much liquid as you possibly can.. combine that with a positive determined attitude, I think this leaves you with very little chance of possible failure.
    Last edited by cruzmiguel; 10-02-12 at 09:57 PM.

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    Can we add keep away from Ego products on that list too? It's good advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neofelis View Post
    Can we add keep away from Ego products on that list too? It's good advice.
    ??? What's wrong with Egos?

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    meh, I don't agree with that. Ego batteries are good.

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    eGo is the mainstay. Whats wrong with them for starting off? I may learn something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neofelis View Post
    Can we add keep away from Ego products on that list too? It's good advice.
    at times, you appear to be a master of some of the shittest advice I have seen.
    the ego is the big one btw, not the 510 battery you where telling some noob was an ego.
    In order of useful: Provari V2 and V1, vamo, eGo twist, Katana v3, Hex, Orion v2, LavaTube, eGo x 6, VMAX, 510N, Tick V2, Tick V1, noEgo 18650, noEgo 14650 , Indulgence x 2, 905 6v mod, KR808D



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    There's absolutely nothing wrong with them! After vaping for just over 2 years, I am still buying and using Egos, regardless of having mods.
    I certainly hope no new vapers take on board Neofelis' advice - they would be doing themselves a great injustice.

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    eGo's are a mainstay for most vaper's I would think.......most of us will have a couple of eGo batteries in our collection......."THE FOG" is built with the eGo in mind and that's my all day pv........thirsty but awesome vapor production, and on a 1000mah passthru.......well, say no more




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    I havent tried the eGo, but considering its popularity, I would assume its a good effective device.
    then again im a new vaper so, plenty of time to try one ..

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    Ego batteries are good nothing wrong with them

 

 
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