I agree with your opinion.many people who have never used electronic cigarettes in Australia or who are making the switch from another e-cigs brand will opt for a starter kit. These starter kits range in price and features but generally contain all the items you need to get started. For example, a starter kit will include an instructional guide, providing you with advice on how to make the most out of your product in clear and concise language, a battery, and some form of charger. Other starter kits may include accessories or a carrying case, which can be a great way to keep your items safe and will make it easier if you need to look for your electronic cigarettes around the house.
Ive seen more than one person on here say negative things about the protank 3 and Im wondering what exactly turns people off of it? I have one and while I dont have the most experience with any other tanks I actually like mine. Full disclosure my only experience is with a cheap gas station pen and tank combo.:vapor: Loving the vaping lifestyle.
I’m in the market for a new kick, but there are so many that I don’t know what’s authentic and what’s a clone. Even if it’s a clone I don’t care as long as it’s good. What kind of kicks are you guys using and what do you think is best?
Anyone online that is sub ohming?
so I have to post 5 new threads or can I comment on other stuff. Will that count towards my 5 posts???
I am really digging this forum. Good to see locals on here!