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Best disposable cigalike?

Discussion in 'Ask the Veterans' started by Donna, Nov 17, 2016.

  1. Donna

    Donna Senior Member

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    Hi All,

    Looking for recommendations on the best disposable cigalike that can successfully be imported into Australia. Must be high nicotine because the person smokes up to 100 rollies a day. The person cannot be relied upon to recharge batteries and fill tanks etc.

    Any help appreciated.
     
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  2. Pippi

    Pippi Admin Moderator

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  3. Wanda

    Wanda Senior Member

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    Social light ones aren't to bad they where better than what i expected, i got the kit where you charge up the pack and pop in your batteries to charge,
    they have a few options available from disposable free sample for new customers to single rechargeable ones to rechargeable packs and they have a wide range of flavors now and even the option of refillable ones
     
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  4. emu

    emu Banned

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    I'd be surprised if a cigalike would satisfy a hundred a day smoker
     
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  5. Wanda

    Wanda Senior Member

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    Heres some pics
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  6. Donna

    Donna Senior Member

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    Yes, and she absolutely loves smoking. Throat hit, watching the smoke, the rolling etc. etc. In saying that she enjoyed vaping too on an AIO but just couldn't get her head around refilling and charging etc. Everyone is worth a try if they are willing to try.
     
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  7. Wanda

    Wanda Senior Member

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    Forgot to add to there is the option to ues them with little tank as well to get a bit more vaper if need be i have one of these as well there quite handy
     
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  8. emu

    emu Banned

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    Wouldn't take her long to learn and the filling and charging might be a good substitute for rolling and playing with her hands, I'd try getting her interest then get her on a Nautilus mini and 40 watt iStick or something and pre-nic juice :nod:
    At least it would kill the nicotine cravings and have more chance of success in the long run, she is worth the extra effort and encouragement.
     
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  9. Jaz

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    gee I had an attempt a few years back on the Halo 6. It just didn't cut it for me. Seriously it's so not hard to refill and change a coil on some of the new mods. She probably would benefit heaps from a hands on tutorial. Any chance of getting her to a B & M store?
     
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  12. Flea

    Flea Senior Member

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    Well done, Dman.

    That's a great line up. :clap2:
     
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  13. James P

    James P Senior Member

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    Personally I'm really uncomfortable by the thought of a disposable ecigarette, especially the battery part. Most single use batteries go in long use devices, but an ecig would only last a day at best. That's a lot of batteries to dispose of, assuming people are doing it in the right and legal way and not just chucking them in the landfill bins.

    I get that there are smokers out there who have trouble with rechargeable tech, eg mentally ill and some elderly, but going disposable isn't the answer. I wouldn't recommend any product.

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