04-06-2014, 07:25 AM
100 dollars is the best price if you want high quality and efficiency. 50 dollars is a decent price too, but I'd recommend you all to invest some more.
rracz89 Wrote:I heard you can get a good vape pen for about 35 dollars for everything. Although I am really new, I'm not sure 100 dollars is a good price. I would think that's way expensive unless its some crazy good one. Then again the reason I am here is to learn about them and to see which are best for me. Hope you find what you're looking for.
cerebral79 Wrote:If you want to get away from the vape pen and move into the mod/tank side of things 200 bucks is a nice budget but you can get a whole set up for 50 to 100 dollars (a full vape pen setup if a lot less).Did you actually build it like you build a PC? Wow, this is interesting. I applaud you for doing it and thanks for sharing the products too.
I just went to my favorite vape e-shop and priced out a few good items and it came out to just under $180. I will post the links below.
Batteries - These are currently the most recommened for safety as far as the vaping community is concerned
Here is the flat top ones
For vape pen kits, I used this one which has lots of color options and is adjustable so i could run at anywhere from 3 ish volts up to like 4.8
The whole kit starts at $69.95 on sale.
This one, made by Innokin might be another good vape pen kit, it's listed at $56.81
In the end I would recommend an actual mod like the one listed at the top of the post because with those you can change your batteries out instead of buying a whole new vape pen body, additionally you can charge them on a safe charger (wheread the vape pens are charged via usb typically, and not all of them know when to stop charging).
Takedon Wrote:Did you actually build it like you build a PC? Wow, this is interesting. I applaud you for doing it and thanks for sharing the products too.
cerebral79 Wrote:Wow, this is really interesting. But does it have any other advantage except the pleasure of collecting pieces? Is it actually cheaper?Takedon Wrote:Did you actually build it like you build a PC? Wow, this is interesting. I applaud you for doing it and thanks for sharing the products too.
Sorry for the late reply. Yep I kinds looked at it like I was building a new pc. I went for the different parts I thought would work best, based on reviews that I read.
Unfortunately, that lead to me wanting to try other devices and parts so I kinda started collecting lol.
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