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New to Vaping, Little advice needed Guys.

Didn't realize there was a section on here for this:) so seems the perfect place to get a little advice as I've looked through some of the threads and you guys seem to know your stuff:D.

Anyway A few weeks back I had a mild heart attack and obviously the inevitable came where I had to give up smoking, the thought of giving up never really bothered me but I really did enjoy having a cigarette, so I popped to boots to have a look at what they had on offer and picked up one of these.

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I've been using this for a few weeks but the little tank runs out very quickly and the battery ain't much better either.

There are quite a lot of vape shops around me but feel when I go in there they are only interested in selling me the highest priced items as I have no real clue on what's what.

Just wanted a little advice on what you guys thought would be a good next move for me.

Thanks in advance:thumbsup:
 
To be honest, I haven't got a clue what size the tank is, it's very small.

Cheers tho I shall give this one a look.
 

Timmy C

Distinguished Member
I've been vaping for years but stopped buying new kit a few years back when I found something that was reliable and I was happy with. In my case it was an istick pico with a Kanger protank 2. Not sure if you can still buy protanks but Eleaf still sell the istick with their own tank. The istick uses removable batteries so you would need to buy a couple of batts along with a charger but they do last a long time and it's handy to be able to carry a spare if going on a long journey.

Eleaf iStick Pico Resin E-cig Kit and E-liquid
 

ctoom

Novice Member
Juul or Myle maybe is better for starters
they use the nic-salt which is more like a real cigarette feeling.
 
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