How to Buy Your First Ecig
Are you looking for an alternative to smoking? Do you just want to try to cut back? Maybe you've never been a smoker and just want to try these new vaping gadgets. Should you go to that new vape store you saw pop up down the road? Should you go online and try to figure out what to buy? It doesn't matter what your reason, you're gonna want to know where to start and what to do.
The easiest way to learn the most all at one time would be to go to the vape store you've been eyeing. But what do you ask once you get in the vape shop? Hopefully if they have competent employees they will first ask you if you've ever tried vaping. When you say no they should then point you in the direction of the starter kits. Most vape stores will show you their starter kits which may contain one ego-style battery, a clearomizer, and a charger. With this kit they should also tell you about the ejuice they carry.
Here is where you may get confused. They may have twenty starter kits. Which one is right for you? While the ego starter kits are okay there are some things you may want to take into consideration. How much are they?
Most of the time you can get one for $29.99 or a kit with two for $49.99-$64.99. A kit should consist of a battery, tank and a charger. Sometimes you can get a better deal by buying these individually. If the store is selling them for more than this you should then say thank you very much and go home, get online and purchase the same exact one online for the price I just quoted. You may however, want to try the ejuice while you are there to see what you like. The average price for ejuice should be $8.99 to $11.99 for a 15ml bottle. The employees should be able to help you with what nicotine level to start with. It all depends on how much you smoked and how often.
What type of starter kit should I get? There are plenty of kits out there. The most basic would be a 650 mah battery (which would last 5 or 6 hours between charge) The basic ego style batteries are not variable voltage, meaning you can not turn the power up and down. There are good ego starter kits out there which will get you well on your way to a smoke-free life. One example of this would be the Halo Triton Starter Kit. (Video Review Is Up) The next step would be a larger battery ego kit.(1100-1300mah or higher) This will usually last all day without having to charge. Purchasing a double starter kit is a good idea because you always want a backup. You never want to be stuck away from home with a dead battery. After trying the ego style kit to see if vaping is right for you I would then recommend a variable voltage device. That way you can adjust the amount of vapor you are inhaling. The batteries you can't adjust are set at 3.7 volts and therefore you can only inhale a small amount at a time.
In the beginner section of the website we have reviewed several starter kits on the market. These are the best in my opinion for someone starting out vaping. Of course when I started I tried everything under the moon. The regular ego batteries quickly got put on the backburner and exchanged for the joyetech ego-c twist. (my first variable voltage device) Several newer items which are out are the Itaste 1280 clk and the Itaste VV4. These are much better quality batteries which will last a long time and also give the you the power needed to quit the cigs. I then moved on to my first box mod, the itaste MVP 2.0 (even longer battery life and higher voltage) It will go up to 11 volts which is plenty to satisfy the beginner vaper.
If you are interested in which one of these you might like, go to our reviews section and scroll down to find the review for each of these devices. The itaste VV4 review will be up soon but any of these will help get you off the cigarettes. I am proof that it does work. As a pack a day smoker I have now been cigarette free for going on eight months. And... I haven't killed anyone in the process.