Q&A: What is the best e cigarette for the money?

Question by rvjayoung@yahoo.com: What is the best e cigarette for the money?
I am wanting to start using the e cigarette and need to know which brand puts out enough vapor for a heavy smoker, is rechargeable, doesn’t have a cord hanging down from it, has inexpensive refills, ect.

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Answer by Sarah
NONE!! dont buy any cigeretts of any kind! give up! Everything is so expencive but if you insist then use ecigarettschoice.com

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  1. your a SMOKER
    bad you:(
    bad you:(

  2. My girlfriend is a heavy smoker, and she uses a JOYE510 with high-strength nicotine cartridges (she prefers menthol solution rated about 16mg, but they go higher I think…). She shopped for a while and chose this one because it was a good mid-quality, more affordable brand.

    No cords or cables, just a battery, atomizer and cartridge that are about the same size a conventional 100 cigarette when all three parts are assembled.

    The common JOYE510 dual-atomizer starter kits have two rechargeable batteries, two atomizers, a charger unit, and a 5-pack of cartridges of varying strengths. (There are several different kinds of starter kits, so when you buy, check out the itemized list of what’s in it so you know what you’re getting.

    A charged joye510 battery will give you about 150 puffs, according to the manufacturer. (I confess I’ve never asked my girl how many puffs she actually gets before she has to recharge.)

    The starter kits run about $ 50, and you can get a 5-pack of refill cartridges for about 5 or 6 bucks. Each cartridge is about the same nicotine as 15 to 20 regular cigs, so you’re paying about $ 1.25 per pack, give or take.

    If you don’t mind doing a little work, you can even order empty cartridges and bottles of liquid and fill them yourself; this is by far the cheapest way to refill, and you can drain and refill your cartridge every day if you want.

    The quality of the liquid (sometimes called “e-juice” or “e-liquid”) varies greatly, so you might need to do some trial and error to find one that you like. But there are extra-high-strength juices appearing out there now, so if you want maximum nicotine this might be the way to go.

    My girl uses the pre-filled replacement cartridges and says they’re better…no muss, no fuss, good vapor…just swap out the empty one and keep puffing.

    The JOYE510 was my girl’s first e-cig, and it seems to be a good starter brand, no matter how much you smoke. There are other more expensive models out there, but the JOYE is good easy to use, generates good vapor, and you don’t have to spend $ 100 to get into one.

    Hope that helps.

  3. Look, if you just want to substitute conventional cigarettes with electronic ones because the last don’t contain tar, it’s ok. But if you consider e-cigarettes to be a healthy alternative to the standard smoking, I am not sure this is a good choice.
    Do you know that FDA and WHO (World Health Organization) don’t accept e-cigarettes as safe and effective smoking cessation aid. Just read the article about prof and cons of e-cigarettes.

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