Watford Vape Shop or other advice please

(8 Posts)
Brindler Mon 13-Jun-16 22:35:33

Can anyone recommend a vaping shop in the watford area?? Need to get kitted out!

Alternatively can anyone tell me what to get and where from please?? Previously had a vapouriz fuse which just didn't quite cut it... So desperate to stop but it's all so confusing!!! 😕

PlentyOfPubeGardens Tue 14-Jun-16 19:09:19

Hello, I haven't been to Watford but it looks like you're quite well served for vape shops. It's worth going to a shop for your first purchase at least because you can ask to try different things, they can show you how to set it up and you can take it back for help if you are having problems.

This store looks like it has a good product range. They have a store at 17 Harwoods Road.

You've also got a Totally Wicked at 322 St Albans Road. TW are a chain who sell rebranded stuff at a markup but they are geared to newbies and carry a good range.

hollinhurst84 Wed 15-Jun-16 15:21:25

I tried in 2013 with a rubbish kit and it didn't work. Now been 2 weeks cig free. I started with a Kanger emow mega kit which worked. However I have new shiny stuff that came today and holy shit, the taste difference is insane!
I got an eleaf I stick 40w as the battery and for the tank a nautilus mini. Ordered online but you can get them from shops, I wish I had got this to start with

PlentyOfPubeGardens Wed 15-Jun-16 20:17:17

Well done hollin! starflowers How many fags have you not smoked?

Where did you get your kit online?

hollinhurst84 Wed 15-Jun-16 20:20:23

I haven't smoked 427 grin my app tells me. Ordered from that place you recommended online... Can't remember the name

PlentyOfPubeGardens Thu 16-Jun-16 17:41:18

Oh I just found it on the vaping vipers thread - gearbest?

eleaf istick

mini nautilus

427! That's brilliant!

hollinhurst84 Sun 19-Jun-16 21:49:02

Just seen your reply! Yes gearbest. I got the 40w istick and I'm up to 550 not smoked

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