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Discussion in 'General Requests' started by Youngvapor, Jun 16, 2017.

  1. Youngvapor

    Youngvapor Member For 1 Year

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    Ok so guys. I have some parents and family members that wish to quit smoking. However, they have tried my tfv12 but they dont find it satisfying because its to strong. Most of them have tried vaping pens, but they dont use them. Does anyone here know of a good device for long time smokers? Im thinking mouth to lung hit. Important that there is a good nicotine delivery. Also important that it is not big, just a little mini or some kind. Just s simple device where you use the same teqnique as smoking a cigarette important that it is seal proof!

    Forgot to say that the batteries needs to be replaceable (probably 18650). Also important that the hits contain fullness and power.( i had a kanger topbox that was way to weak)) maybe a dual battery device

    Reasonable coil pricing is also a +

    As for juice, i was thinking DIY 50/50vgpg 3mg nic for starter.
     
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  2. Crunchyblack

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    to be frank id probably snag them a simple 50W box with a battery built in...less chance for accidents with the battery, lower wattage will be a much easier smoke. I went right into direct lung a little over a month ago when i started vaping and quit smoking, however i wanted to stop smoking, and it was an awkward 3-5 days adjusting.

    Look up some of the lower power simpler smok boxes. I know they got a really small box thats like $50 with the baby beast tank 50W max, internal battery so no explosion potential. FYI i kicked cigs vaping at 45-50W (though i got some coils that vape at around 70W+ for bigger clouds and like them)

    some suggestions off the site im on now(may not be best price online):
    https://www.vapordna.com/SMOK-QBOX-50W-TC-and-TFV8-Baby-Full-Kit-p/smqbox.htm
    https://www.vapordna.com/SMOK-G150-TFV8-Big-Baby-Beast-Starter-Kit-p/smkg15.htm
    https://www.vapordna.com/Fuchai-Wildfox-All-In-One-System-p/fchwld.htm
    https://www.vapordna.com/Vaporesso-Tarot-Mini-80W-TC-Starter-Kit-p/vaptms.htm (one 18650 battery)
    https://www.vapordna.com/Eleaf-iStick-Pico-25-85W-TC-Starter-Kit-p/ispc25.htm
    https://www.vapordna.com/Wismec-Reuleaux-RX-Mini-80W-Starter-Kit-by-Jay-Bo-p/rxmink.htm
    https://www.vapordna.com/Innokin-Kroma-75W-TC-Vape-System-p/itkrvs.htm

    They all come with everything you need (except juice)
    looks for reviews on youtube before buying anything ofc.
     
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  3. AndriaD

    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Unless they're going to be subohming, 3mg won't be nearly enough for long-term smokers to make the switch -- I was unusual in that I couldn't use more than 6mg when I started, even with a cigalike, but most several-decades smokers are going to need probably around 12mg.

    And I highly DON'T recommend subohm vaping or direct-lung hitting for long-term smokers; their lungs can't handle it, and it will feel really weird -- they almost certainly don't huff their cigarettes, so why would they want to huff their vape? They need older tech, actually, and I don't know if any of it is even still available. Maybe a Nautilus? I didn't personally care for it, I dislike dual-coil anything, but I think those can be adjusted to a fairly tight draw. I'd suggest a Kayfun Lite Plus, but you said replaceable coils, and a Kayfun is a rebuildable... and I'm not sure KFL+'s can be found anymore.

    There used to be a lot of great options for smokers who wanted to switch to vaping, when I started out in 2014, but now it's all this cloud chasing subohm crap, which kinda leaves switchers out in the cold... seems very unfair to me, since quitting smoking is the whole point. The industry has run off and left smokers who want to switch completely out in the cold.

    Andria
     
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  4. f1r3b1rd

    f1r3b1rd Phantom Pilot Staff Member Senior Moderator VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    I was a 2 pack a day and 4 cigars a week smoker. When I quit the key things were draw and tobacco juice.
    I used a low wattage mod no longer made and a kayfun 3.1
    Today I recommend people use the innokin endura. Many have regarded it to mimic a cigarette draw closer than anything else they've used.
    http://www.myvaporstore.com/Innokin-Endura-T20-Starter-Kit-p/ink-end30.htm

    If you want something that can get them off smokes and then upgrade with I would look at the Nautilus 2 tank and a single battery regulated mod that you're comfortable showing then how to use.
    Keep in mind, the endura is extremely simple to use and most people want a new setup when they decided to upgrade anyway; which, is why I tend to focus on what will make the switch easiest for them to accomplish.
    Alot of people that are long time smokers are more than happy with mtl vaping, so when they upgrade they prefer things like the kayfun 3.1, kayfun mini 3, taifun and other long running mtl series of tanks with a 1 ohm build and less than 20w. Those of us that get into high power and low resistance builds are still the minority hobby vapor. I still like a good mtl vape at the end of the day despite vaping 100+w on low resistance all work day.
     
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    pulsevape Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I think I might direct a smoker into squonking nowdays.
     
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  6. jazzman

    jazzman VU Donator Silver Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    They just need a good basic starter kit. A box mod or a mech is not a starter kit. Something that is easy to use and that can be charged. Something with a replaceable coil that is simple. For e-liquid, either 18mg or 24mg because smokers are looking for the nic hit and throat hit. Just need to keep it simple. Just my 25 cents.
     
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    I quit 2 1/2 years ago using a Kanger Protank and Protank 3 using 1.5 to 1.8 ohm coils and 20mg/ml juice....... With EGO1100 batteries for first 3 months then a Mech........ Month 4 I upgraded Tanks to Kayfuns......... 6 months from 1-2 PAD to zero, without ever trying to quit.

    Today 3 years in I use 6mg/ml or so juice. I run just about any ohm between 0.1 and 3.0 at 25 watts or less. Still use the Kayfuns, but have added some others.

    IF I were to start today..... I would go a Kayfun and which ever regulated mod tickles my fancy..... as longs as it does 30watts or more I'm happy...
    IF I didnt want to build coils I get something using a nautilus coil....... I would want an atty geared to MTL but adjustable to a restricted lung draw. Something on the lines of a Eleaf Pico kit..... Doesn't really matter which one, I have 75watt.... the atty that comes with them not the best, loose draw. but is Ok with aftermarket MTL coils.
     
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  8. Alter

    Alter Bronze Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    Previous posts all have great suggestions. My addition is the K.I.S.S. method for new vapers until they get the hang of it and want something better. Giving a new vaper something complicated is a waste cause if they screw it up fiddling with it then they will back burner vaping cause its such a hassle to use.
     
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    Nice story, thx
     
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