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Good Starter kit
I am going to start working with a local shop to do product review videos and other general vape education videos. I want the first one to be "starter kits" but I don't want the starter kit to include the small plastic tanks and crap batteries (i.e what you can get at any gas station) I was thinking an entry kit would look something like this http://www.myvaporstore.com/Innokin-iTaste-CLK-Starter-Kit-p/ink-clkk.htm keeping in mind that I wouldn't want the starter kit to exceed $50 as it would be just to see if someone would prefer vaping to smoking. Now I started with an ego c twist and a kanger pro tank. I don't know much of the technical side of vaping I'm just happy to have a set up that I enjoy. Also keep in mind that this first video will not be for "enthusiasts" and just for people looking to quit smoking, and I would want 3 kits. A basic money saver, a middle of the road, then a "money is no object". I really appreciate any help. thank you! 
23-11-2015 04:42 PM
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RE: Good Starter kit
i suggest the new kanger nebox. sleek looking mod, convenient, not too shabby performance, have most of features that will give you up to the intermediate level of vaping and around $15 more from your budget. the only big setback is cleaning the tank is a bit cumbersome.
23-11-2015 05:56 PM
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RE: Good Starter kit
(23-11-2015 05:56 PM)forbigger Wrote:  i suggest the new kanger nebox. sleek looking mod, convenient, not too shabby performance, have most of features that will give you up to the intermediate level of vaping and around $15 more from your budget. the only big setback is cleaning the tank is a bit cumbersome.
and that one has a plastic tank right? So no cinnamon or mint flavors? Is the tank replaceable? I'm assuming that's the mod with the tank built in, right?
23-11-2015 06:03 PM
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(23-11-2015 04:42 PM)mlbryant Wrote:  I am going to start working with a local shop to do product review videos and other general vape education videos.

I don't know much of the technical side of vaping I'm just happy to have a set up that I enjoy.

You've got your work cut out then Wink

You have to include at least one of the pen style vapes!
Then something bigger, maybe istick 20 with a nautilus? 
Then maybe a subox kit? 
That'd be gradually building from small to powerful, cheap to expensive imo.
Hope that helpsSmile
23-11-2015 06:55 PM
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(23-11-2015 06:55 PM)gentlydoingit* Wrote:  
(23-11-2015 04:42 PM)mlbryant Wrote:  I am going to start working with a local shop to do product review videos and other general vape education videos.

I don't know much of the technical side of vaping I'm just happy to have a set up that I enjoy.

You've got your work cut out then Wink

You have to include at least one of the pen style vapes!
Then something bigger, maybe istick 20 with a nautilus? 
Then maybe a subox kit? 
That'd be gradually building from small to powerful, cheap to expensive imo.
Hope that helpsSmile
Yeah I figured I might need to include a pen style, the shop mentioned they only push those if they feel they have to. They like to push boxes a lot. For a pen style kit I might say a kanger pro with an ego c twist. Mid range I thought istick eleaf with an Arctic 2 which is what I had before I got my joytech vtc 
23-11-2015 07:03 PM
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RE: Good Starter kit
I like the pen style combo you mentioned but an Arctic v2 for a starter? Imo that's mid to advanced level. 

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GDI is right the Arctic v2 is a  non - starter for starting[Image: smile.gif].
23-11-2015 07:24 PM
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(23-11-2015 07:09 PM)gentlydoingit* Wrote:  I like the pen style combo you mentioned but an Arctic v2 for a starter? Imo that's mid to advanced level. 
I liked the price, I wan't a fan of my Atlantis and the Arcitc was $28USD which I felt was a good price for a dual coil tank. I've carried the Arctic through 2 mods now and have had no issues with it. 
23-11-2015 10:39 PM
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Very good atty, I wouldn't disagree... but a noob cooking up a full on storm front in their kitchen for the first vape?? Most newcomers to vaping just want to quit smoking, I'd break them in gently personally but it's your call.

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23-11-2015 10:55 PM
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RE: Good Starter kit
the evod mega with a 1.8 coil is a nice starting place . it will provide ample vape for a newbie , and lower resistance coils can be purchased if you decide you want more . best of all it is simple .

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24-11-2015 02:24 AM
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