I just received the Vision Clearomizer from Vapor Alley and I have decided that it is my new favorite toy. Unlike other clearomizers, I find that it is quite well made, gives good vapor and has (for a clearomizer) surprisingly good flavor. For more information, please stop by Rick’s VaporAlley.com and click on the clearomizer tab. In fact, I just ordered several more so that I can change flavors throughout the day. Actually, most of the time, I am even using the Vision at home rather than a cartomizer as it is just so convenient and the flavor is so surprisingly good. BTW-I have found that you should stay under 4.3 volts as it is only a 2 ohm unit and higher voltages tend to burn the e-juice.
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While the previous version of the eGo Tank left much to be desired, I am very impressed with the new eGo C tank system with an inexpensive replaceable atty. While the earlier version had problems with the wick getting clogged, the new version is easily cleaned and if an atty does go bad, it is less than 5 bucks at Vapor Alley to get a replacement. I have to tell you that I enjoy having a large fluid capacity like the eGo W and the eGo C with either the type A or B tank. To me, when I am out and about, it is simply a pain to have to top off a carto and these tank systems not only make it easy, they also look good. The eGo C with the type B tank carries over 2 ml of juice and that is about enough to last me all day.
If you get one of these beauties, remember to prime the wick so that it does not burn and I have found that the juice that Vapor Alley stocks is the 75 PV 25 VG juice that I found works very well in the eGo C.
While I strongly promote Vapor Alley because of their extensive range of products and absolutely great customer service, not everyone wants all that they have to offer and that is why I am introducing the Luci Electronic Cigarette. If you are just looking for a simple and easy to use E-Cig then, Luci may be your choice. Not only is it as easy to use as lighting up a traditional cancer stick, but it has received 5 star ratings for quality construction, flavor and vapor production from virtually every electronic cigarette review website. Not only that but, it has a life-time warranty on the atomizer-the most common failure point on any E-Cig.
With the Luci you just keep the battery charged and replace the juice cartridges when necessary and all that you need to do is take a drag on it just like a regular cigarette but without the tar and carcinogens that you get with a cancer stick. If you are looking for ease of use in a high quality electronic cigarette, consider the Luci E-Cig.
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Hi Stan, here from http://HowToE-Cig.com and I am doing a new review of the eGo W Clearomizer because after a week of use, the flavor has actually gotten better. After a week of use, I usually throw out a cartomizer but the eGo W actually improves with age and I am now getting great flavor and vapor. I looks like this eGo W unit is going to last quite some time and it just seems to get better and better.
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Hi Stan here from http://HowToE-Cig.com with a review of the CE3 XL Clearomizer Wow, this is my new favorite e-cig accessory. Although this carto is available in low res 2 ohms, the one I tested was 3 ohms and still put out a ton of full flavor vapor. It comes in a 5 pack which is currently (March 2012) on sale under $10 dollars at Vapor Alley. Stop by my site for a direct link. One of the things that I really like is that you don’t have any wasted juice like you get with a standard cartomizer and it holds enough juice that even a heavy vaper will be happy.
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Just wanted to send you a short news item. Rick from Vapor Alley has just finished his brand new website and it is fantastic. Please use this new link to visit the New Vapor Alley: CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE ALL NEW VAPOR ALLEY Please notes that the old links to Vapor Alley no longer work.
Not only is the site a beauty to look at, it is easy to navigate and find all your vaping needs. In the next day or so, I will create a new video to show off the new Vapor Alley site.
Stan here from http://HowToE-Cig.com and I wanted to show you my latest little toy-the eGo W Clearomizer. I find this to be very convenient when I am away from home. At home, I use the low res dual coil carto but I find that I need to top it off way too often to keep from scorching the carto filler. The eGo W has a large fluid reservoir so I can vape for a long time without refilling which is great when I am away from home. One thing I did not mention in the video is that you will need to get either a blunt tip 20 guage needle or a needle-tip top for your juice bottle to fill the clearomizer. As usual, I get the eGo W from Rick’s Vapor Alley.
Stan here from http://HowToE-Cig.com and while the E-Cig is an incredible invention-a state of the art alternative to traditional cigarettes, there is one area that concerns me-Chinese made E-Juice. I only use American made E-Juice because of the high quality control standards in the U.S. No way I will put some Chinese made E-Juice into my body. The term quality control means virtually nothing in China, so I will not put some unknown possibly dangerous substance into my body. When shopping for E-Juice, look for the highest possible quality product. Even the very best American made juices are still inexpensive and no way am I going to save a few pennies on some Chinese made trash
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Hi Stan here from http://HowToE-Cig.com and I absolutely love the dual-coil cartomizer that I get from Vapor Alley. With two 3ohm coils it puts out plenty of heat to get a massive vape and because the coils are 3 ohms, you can use either 3.7 or 6 volts without fear of burning up the atty. Not only that but if you really want to go all out, Rick has a tank setup to use with pre-punched dual cartos that hold a ton of liquid-no more refilling all the time-just load it and go. The dual-coil carto uses the standard 510 fitting.
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