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The easiest way to stop smoking
#1
I'm relatively new to vaping but after trying every method possible to stop smoking I'm
amazed at how easy it has been with electronic cigarettes.

I didn't have much success with the smaller cigarette type E-cigs so I was
doubtful when a friend recommended I should try the Ego kit. The Ego kit has
definitely been worth every penny and unlike the cigarette type E-cigs is saving
me money. The liquid is definitely a lot cheaper than buying packets of cartridges
then finding out some of them don't work or die after 20 minutes.

I actually intended using the Ego kit to try and cut down but so far I've only given
in and had the odd cigarette when I've had a few drinks. I think I've had 5 cigarettes
in 2 months which has to be a huge improvement after smoking a 20 pack every
day.

At the moment I'm loving trying different juices and the fact I can adjust the nicotine
level to suit my needs. I find I need a higher level nicotine juice in the morning or while I'm
at work and don't get much chance to vape. In the evenings I switch to a lower nicotine
so I can enjoy vaping without overdosing on nicotine.

I only have 2 Ego batteries and a few Vivi Nova tanks at the moment but I'm thinking
of upgrading to a variable voltage set up. I've been looking at the Ego type variable
voltage batteries but I'm also wondering if I should go for something like a Vamo or
Lavatube.

Has anyone any recommendations on what I should try for my next set up?
#2
You pretty much described my experience with ecigs, right down to the little cig a like thing lol.

Those worked for me for awhile but I needed more. I saw a guy using a Vision Spinner with a clearomizer tank and decided to try it out. It was night and day compared to the little ecigs.

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After awhile i saw someone on Twitch.tv vaping while streaming a game and asked in chat what device he was using, It was a Vamo with a Vivi Nova Tank. I ordered my Vamo 3 and Kanger Protank as well as a charger and a couple 18650 batteries and never looked back lol.

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Although my Vamo 3 has finally given out after almost a year of use by both myself and later my son as a hand me down, it was well worth the $50.

I like the advanced devices mainly because you can remove the batteries, and all the features that come with a higher end variable device.

If you have a decent sized vape budget this is a really nice one but its a little steep for me right now

http://www.myvaporstore.com/Sigelei_20Wa...ig-20w.htm

but the Vamo's are a very nice affordable option when moving from the eGo style devices, I have never owned a lava tube so i'm not sure about that one.

Some of my other variable devices and mechanical mods.

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