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how to find a hardware and e-juice for a now comer?

Discussion in 'General Requests' started by NineNine, Oct 16, 2017.

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  1. NineNine

    NineNine Bronze Contributor Unlisted Vendor

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    hi, all, before starting the vaping journey, i wonder what equipment as well as ejuice to choose. Good luck.
     
  2. Khassy

    Khassy Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    Do a lot of research and reading. There's all sorts of information on this site alone.
     
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    ChrisL VU Donator Silver Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Check out your local vape shop and get your hands on some hardware. See if they carry some juice flavors that peek your interest. Like Khassy said, research will pay off. Stick to a budget.
     
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    Definitely, do the research but I know you came for a recommendation. I'd recommend a subvod starter kit, 30 bucks and you got everything you need but the juice. Not the most powerful set up but I vaped off one and its what I would describe as satisfying.
    http://www.myvaporstore.com/Kangertech-SUBVOD-Mega-TC-Starter-Kit-p/krsv30.htm

    Ejuice is a harder one because tastes are different and price points differ wildly. Going to a b&m that would let you sample stuff is a good idea if you have the luxury, other than that go to youtube and look for reviews plenty of reviews in the ejuice sections of this forum. Drip Club does mystery boxes to try stuff out, zample box will randomly send you juices based on your flavor preferences. Good luck if you have any questions feel free to hit me up.

    *Not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned.
     
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    May be you can contact a vape wire coil manufacture.
     
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    MyMagicMist Gold Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    I might suggest ECblends for a means to explore various flavors of juice. They offer sample 5 ml bottles for around $2.50 USD. This lets you get enough to taste and use the juice to see if you'll want more from them of that flavor.

    This forum has a listing of vendors for hardware. Vaping is very subjective, meaning it is to each person's tastes. It's difficult to guide folks adequately at times. Most of the vendors do offer highly functional and decent starter kit options for fair prices.

    Hope I've helped without coming across as a stand off.
     
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    Are they trying to quit smoking or just want to be a COOL kid and blow big clouds?

    If smoking I would suggest they pick any regulated mod of 100watts or less and and atomizer capable of vaping from around 10 watts to the max of the mod. As for juice Depends on question number one..... If a smoker, I would start with UNFLAVORED, as there taste buds will be screwed up for a few weeks anyway. Nic level? Kinda atty and wattage dependent. Under 25watts I would go 15mg/ml or higher OVER 12 or lower.
     
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    IMHO, Wismec cb-60 is a nice affordable starter kit for introducing you to the world of digital, then you can upgrade to a rebuildable RTA/RDA from there.
     

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