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RE: new to vaping...
FastTech's name is a misnomer... They should be called SlowTech. Takes a few weeks to get the stuff to you. I'm still waiting on a package that I ordered January 3rd. Tracking says it's in Chicago, so it should get to me in a few days, which means it will have taken almost three weeks. I've heard of people having longer waits if something is out of stock when they order, lucky for me everything I needed was in stock. 
17-01-2015 04:34 AM
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Please help, can  anyone recommend a place to buy coils online that ships from the us?  I don't mind paying a little more for faster shipping...
17-01-2015 10:21 PM
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You could try these guys

https://vaporhq.com/kanger-replacement-h...k-evod-5pk
19-01-2015 02:43 PM
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and the wait continues.....not happy at all according to the tracking its now in china....a placed the order on the 15th.....dontnthink ill be ordering from there anymore...sure its free shipping but I think they strapped my order to a snail...Scratch_one-s_head
21-01-2015 03:42 AM
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RE: new to vaping...
My recommendation would be to find a reputable local vaping shop to get your supplies.  These shops will carry a wide variety of products from Ego style to advanced digital and mech mods.  If you feel you're overpaying for any products, take the time to look them up online to get the MSRP.  Even if a shop isn't close, it's usually worth the drive to a good shop where they will let you try to a battery/mod and juices before you buy them.  My early experiences with some of the local shops where I live were...unfortunate.

As far as specifics...I'd suggest upgrading to a variable voltage battery such as the Aspire CF-VV 1600 battery.  And for a tank, I'd recommend the Aspire Nautilus.  I recommend the Nautilus tanks because it has variable airflow that is easy to change with a twist of the airflow ring.  The Aspire CF-VV batteries run from 3.8volts to 4.8 volts and change easily with an adjustment ring on the end.

This setup will give you nice robust flavors from your juices, and vision hindering clouds of thick vapor.  The batteries run $30-35 each and the tank is about the same price.  I only use the batteries as backups for my digital mod, but I still use all 3 of my nautilus tanks to handle the plethora of juices I keep on hand.
27-01-2015 11:03 PM
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(27-01-2015 11:03 PM)Nihilum Wrote:  My recommendation would be to find a reputable local vaping shop to get your supplies.  These shops will carry a wide variety of products from Ego style to advanced digital and mech mods.  If you feel you're overpaying for any products, take the time to look them up online to get the MSRP.  Even if a shop isn't close, it's usually worth the drive to a good shop where they will let you try to a battery/mod and juices before you buy them.  My early experiences with some of the local shops where I live were...unfortunate.

As far as specifics...I'd suggest upgrading to a variable voltage battery such as the Aspire CF-VV 1600 battery.  And for a tank, I'd recommend the Aspire Nautilus.  I recommend the Nautilus tanks because it has variable airflow that is easy to change with a twist of the airflow ring.  The Aspire CF-VV batteries run from 3.8volts to 4.8 volts and change easily with an adjustment ring on the end.

This setup will give you nice robust flavors from your juices, and vision hindering clouds of thick vapor.  The batteries run $30-35 each and the tank is about the same price.  I only use the batteries as backups for my digital mod, but I still use all 3 of my nautilus tanks to handle the plethora of juices I keep on hand.
Thanks for the advise,  honestly I want to wait till I find a  brand that I feel confortable with and gain more knowledge.  right now im trying out new wicks I got from fastech and im really disappointed. (New to  vaping).  im just not ready to go all out.
31-01-2015 08:04 PM
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There are several good brands that you can work with. Innokin, Aspire, Kangertech are all some favorites of mine. If you decide to go all out later, Sigelei is great for VV/VW mods, and there are a few good clone companies for RBAs and mech mods.
01-02-2015 03:25 AM
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