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Electronic cigarettes, which brand?

(12 Posts)
kate2mum Tue 28-Aug-12 20:23:54

Hi, time I stopped. I have a VIP e-cig, but I thinking there might be better ones. The forums on vaping are so vast it is hard to know what is the best.

Also some people choose e-liquid instead of the pre-filled filters... hmmm

UmmOfUmbridge Tue 28-Aug-12 20:28:03

Watching with interest ad I'm currently using nicolites disposable ones as they were on sale in garage. It's been over 3 weeks and I haven't smoked a single proper cigarette so looking to 'upgrade' to refillable type ones.

MadameCastafiore Tue 28-Aug-12 20:43:18

Green smoke are. Supposed to be really good, have researched it quite a bit, am having teeth bleached once orthodontic treatment over and don't want to still smoke then, although only have between 3 and 5 a day, the cartridges last as long as 75 cigarettes apparently so seem good value too.

elladaisy12 Sat 03-Nov-12 10:38:59

I got an e-cig from a company called vapourtine. I haven't smoked for over 3 weeks now and neither has my partner. Its called a ce4 and you get 2 for £33. I tried using one of the cigs that take the cartridges and they are not good. The ce4 uses liquid that you pour in. Its much cheaper this way and it really mimics the smoking feeling. With the liquid versions you can cut down on the nicotine milligrams in the liquid until you get to 0. Thats what im trying to do.

elladaisy12 Sat 03-Nov-12 10:39:30

ooopps i forgot to put a link in....

Flippityjig Sun 04-Nov-12 15:09:39

My husband has been smoking the ones from Smokers Angel website ( I think they are Halo) since April, they last ages and are much much cheaper than cigarettes.

MegGriffin Sun 04-Nov-12 19:19:49

My db uses . There are lots of different flavours apparently and he hasnt smoked a cigarette for over a year.

jay4wayne Wed 08-Jan-14 22:56:38

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AmIIndecisive Sun 19-Jan-14 00:59:49

Vapestick is awesome, worked for me - good luck!

MissHobart Mon 20-Jan-14 11:26:18

Nu-Cig - - lots of choice, same size as a real cigarette, I have a black one with blue led tip so doesn't look like a real cigarette.

AmIIndecisive Mon 20-Jan-14 15:23:41

Sorry forgot link has blue tip too and they do "cig alike" ones or buy in tesco pharmacy

jencarol31 Mon 17-Mar-14 21:50:36

This is a slightly old thread.. but I'll post this just in case people are still reading. I've tried a few brands but I really like E-Lites - they've been around quite a while. They have a really nice taste and aren't too expensive. Whatever you do it's worth sticking with the well known brands as they tend to be the most reliable and safe.

I was recommended the E-Lites brand by this site It's been quite a useful resource and gave some info on other brands too.

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