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Looking for a replacement for a V1 Lava Tube
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RE: Looking for a replacement for a V1 Lava Tube
(06-12-2013 10:27 AM)Don Wrote:  It won't take any of my protected cells and I'm really not happy with blue and grey Trustfires that close to my face. I only have about 4 cells that will actually fit in the thing. I was ┬áthinking a Vamo V3 or 5 - probably in stainless steel. I don't think I'm interested in mech ones at the moment but are there other (costing no more than a Vamo) VW devices worth looking at?
I know this is an old post, but I saw it, and as I raise this lavatube to my lips and enjoy yet another very satisfying vape... I thank you.. Again.Good

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RE: Looking for a replacement for a V1 Lava Tube
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26-07-2014 07:45 AM
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