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Advice Mid-level vaping advice
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Question Mid-level vaping advice
Hi vapers!

New to forums, please go easy on me Smile...

I've been vaping with pens and ecigs for a couple of years but recently bought an eGo AIO from the local shop so that I could use their quality juices... And wow what a difference!

However, as I only vape outside, I've realised I'm a chain vaper and have been burning through 0.6 ohm coils at a ridiculous rate.  I felt I needed something a bit more robust whilst also keeping it fairly discrete. I'm guessing that an All In One isn't right for me as I'd prefer something where I can swap tanks too.

So I need some advice...
I'd like something in the same fat-cigar-shape.
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I want something robust - something that can handle 5 minutes of chain-vaping once every half hour, with a big hit from a 3mg juice and good clouds.

I've done a lot of research but people contradict each other A LOT on this subject, plus a lot of the mods/tanks I've looked at (on recommendation) have been discontinued, so up-to-date advice is what I really need!

Thanks in advance for your help.
EDIT - Taken out part of this post that has nothing to do with what this forum is all about.
15-08-2017 09:33 AM
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RE: Mid-level vaping advice
PS. I've been vaping Nasty Juice's Fat Boy.  Amazing flavour!!!
15-08-2017 09:34 AM
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RE: Mid-level vaping advice
Nasty juice is full of sweetener, I doubt any coil will last long using it!

Don't forget to apply for the freecycle section!
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15-08-2017 09:20 PM
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RE: Mid-level vaping advice
The Smok V8 has been getting a lot of decent reviews. I can't really give you any first hand advice on the stick type mods since I'm more into box mods.

Keep Calm and Vape On!
15-08-2017 10:26 PM
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RE: Mid-level vaping advice
Oh and welcome to TVF if I haven't said it already Smile

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15-08-2017 10:27 PM
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RE: Mid-level vaping advice
This is personal preference but here is my favorite combo. Eleaf iKonn 220 mod, Eleaf iJust S tank, Eleaf ECL 0.18ohm coil. Gives me the perfect balance of vapor and flavor at around 60 watts. As someone mentioned earlier, I vape a sweet juice which requires a coil change every few days. I have used the EC 0.25ohm Notch Coil which lasts longer than the ECL but it's more restrictive.
16-08-2017 04:09 AM
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RE: Mid-level vaping advice
have you thought about the many aio type mods, seems to be lots of sizes out there
13-09-2017 09:50 AM
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