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    WTB budget starter, 20-75w box and a nautilus tank.

    Looking for something to start my lady taxi driving friend, she hasnt vaped before and i want to put her in the MTL way.

    A small box, old istick 20 or pico mini etc and perhaps a nautilus mini or X.

    Doesnt matter what the setup looks like, i can be pink, i just has to work and last her a shift.

    Cheers and thank you.

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    What's the budget?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.c View Post
    What's the budget?
    Cheap as possible Steve, my shout, she may not stick with it even though she has expressed her interest. $75 is too much although that aspire kit would be a good one i agree.

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by 666 View Post
    Cheap as possible Steve, my shout, she may not stick with it even though she has expressed her interest. $75 is too much although that aspire kit would be a good one i agree.

    Cheers
    No worries, but I've been down that road a few times. Id advise you give her a few links and some info and point her in the right direction, then Leave​ it up to her. Save your cash. The majority of people who want to vape, do their research and get on it. Buying them stuff Just doesn't work ime.
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    I have a much loved KBOX75 which was black now more bare metal as much of the paint has chipped off it and has a few dings and bangs on it. You could get a Vinyl wrap for it which would make it look much nicer. It looks rough but works well.

    I would be happy to PIF it if you can cover the postage $10?

    Let me know if your interested.
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    Health Cabin at the moment have quite a few EOL kits @ 90% off might be worth checking out if your not in a hurry.

    Also coupon code hcjoye extra 10% off
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_vaper View Post
    I have a much loved KBOX75 which was black now more bare metal as much of the paint has chipped off it and has a few dings and bangs on it. You could get a Vinyl wrap for it which would make it look much nicer. It looks rough but works well.

    I would be happy to PIF it if you can cover the postage $10?


    Let me know if your interested.
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    Thats a good place to start her at Chris, something nice and compact and capable. I'll get her a wrap if she's worried about the finish but thats not really the point anyway.

    Thanks for your kind offer, im keen, pm me your details.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_vaper View Post
    Health Cabin at the moment have quite a few EOL kits @ 90% off might be worth checking out if your not in a hurry.

    Also coupon code hcjoye extra 10% off
    These are good deals, i do like to start new vapers with nautilus tanks though, i think they need that nice tight flavoursome draw to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.c View Post
    No worries, but I've been down that road a few times. Id advise you give her a few links and some info and point her in the right direction, then Leave​ it up to her. Save your cash. The majority of people who want to vape, do their research and get on it. Buying them stuff Just doesn't work ime.
    I cant disagree, it is best if people to jump in on their own and spend their own hard earned's in a way. This lady doesnt have an internet account, so im going to purchase on her behalf and hopefully she will be away.

 

 
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