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Is making the switch hard?
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RE: Is making the switch hard?
Must be that brand called patience - because mine just ran out!
01-03-2014 01:20 PM
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RE: Is making the switch hard?
(01-03-2014 03:16 AM)MarekSmoker Wrote:  
(22-02-2014 04:42 AM)madecov Wrote:  Started at age 16, I'm 55 now and have been Vaping for about 6 months. I have not had a cig since the day I started. Just really started to get into the mechanicals and now it's mostly about the flavor. Yes I vape more than I used to smoke but it's just so much better tasting. Started with Ego type devices then went with a Vamo. Now I'm running a King clone with a Kraken. In about 2 weeks I might have a Stingray and Kayfun lite as a second unit.
The taste is 100% better I agree. I have been trying to quit over the last week and It's been going well. Do you know any good resources to figure out why my e-cig isn't tasting as good as it was when I started using it? My cartridge is full, I really don't know what to do.

I read this as someone recommended, but it has no useful information.
http://www.daylo.com/why-your-e-cig-may-not-be-working/

Could be that as your sense of taste returns that you are not getting the full flavor from the juice. Could be your atomizer coil is worn out. People who intend to stick with vaping usually upgrade to a more advanced device and atomizer that delivers a better experience. Usually a good upgrade is a variable voltage-variable wattage device with a dual coil clearomizer. After that a mechanical mod is the next upgrade.

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RE: Is making the switch hard?
(21-02-2014 09:57 PM)MarekSmoker Wrote:  I have been a long term smoker for most of my life since my teenager years, I am 23 now and want to quit. Is switching from normal cigarettes to e-cigs difficult?
There was some info on this on this V2 Cigs site, but do you think that switching is harder than breaking a drug addiction for example?

I never thought I would be able to quit smoking since I smoked for  30 years, but I quit the same day I got my first kit. It was easy for me.  I thought of smoking a few times, but no bad cravings, since I could cape instead. 
05-03-2014 12:06 AM
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RE: Is making the switch hard?
Welcome to the forum dhock50, enjoy your stay here
05-03-2014 07:35 AM
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RE: Is making the switch hard?
Hi and welcome dhock50!

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RE: Is making the switch hard?
(21-02-2014 09:57 PM)MarekSmoker Wrote:  I have been a long term smoker for most of my life since my teenager years, I am 23 now and want to quit. Is switching from normal cigarettes to e-cigs difficult?
There was some info on this on this V2 Cigs site, but do you think that switching is harder than breaking a drug addiction for example?
I was 12 when I started using cigarettes, Im 60 now. Ive tried EVERYTHING to quit, from "cold Turkey" to $275.00 on Chantix. NOTHING worked, even ecigs when I was using the tobacco flavors. I loaded up a tank of Mango, and less then 24 hours later I was tobacco free. I tasted one cigarette 2 weeks after starting with my mango, and I took the first puff from the tobacco cig, and it was out the window, I will NEVER use tobacco again. I am taking steps to ensure that I will have vaping materials, once the government gets their greedy claws into it. All you need is a good battery and tank, the right flavors, and a true desire to leave tobacco behind. Trust me, its a wonderful world being free of tobacco!

Onward.. through the Fog!
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RE: Is making the switch hard?
For me it wasn't hard at all, because I was really tired of smoking, and I was having health issues from it. Someone gave me a cheap flea market e-cig, and I noticed that while it lasted I didn't need to smoke. It was a miserable device really, but it got the idea across to me that there was something in this. I started looking for a better way, and once I had a good reliable vape I was done with the cigarettes.

So I think if you want to quit and you find a vape that's satisfying the switch is really quite easy.
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(16-05-2014 10:09 PM)Gomtu Wrote:  For me it wasn't hard at all, because I was really tired of smoking, and I was having health issues from it. Someone gave me a cheap flea market e-cig, and I noticed that while it lasted I didn't need to smoke. It was a miserable device really, but it got the idea across to me that there was something in this. I started looking for a better way, and once I had a good reliable vape I was done with the cigarettes.

So I think if you want to quit and you find a vape that's satisfying the switch is really quite easy.

Similar for me, you're right too absolutely! with a little prior research and some help where it's needed to get the right vape from the start.. it really is painless to move away from Tobacco
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