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Old 03-24-2014, 01:55 PM   #11
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I have been using the water vapor with nicotine since the first of October and have been lowering the nicotine on them each month. I am now down to the lowest form of the e-cig I am using (blucig) and have ordered the non-nicotine ones to begin using next month. I can go hours without even thinking about them, so I don't think it's going to make much difference now.
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Old 03-24-2014, 01:56 PM   #12
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I had the same problem with the iclear 30 until I changed the o-rings out and I have never had the problem again!

As far as the discussions on them you are able to get the juice with or without nicotine and in amounts that you choose. As far as harmful chemicals I don't believe that they have any the juice is only made up of 4 components (3 if you choose to not have nicotine) and none are harmful IMHO.
Could be - I don't use them,so I'm only saying what I've heard and read.

I do know for sure about some places banning them;at least in the DFW area.
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:03 PM   #13
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Some good reading is the casaa report
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:25 PM   #14
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Could be - I don't use them,so I'm only saying what I've heard and read.



I do know for sure about some places banning them;at least in the DFW area.

I have heard of some places banning them as well. I understand that they could make some people uncomfortable to look over and see a puff of what appears to be smoke. I completely understand banning them on school grounds because once you put the juice in the tank who is to say if there is nicotine in it or not? Even if you had the juice bottle labeled as zero nicotine who's to say you didn't make your own and just put it in that bottle? I am one that understands both sides of this debate but still in my book I couldn't be happier with them just for the simple fact that I do not smoke at all anymore! I don't even want one when I drink anymore! So they can be a great tool to help people like me actually quit for good! I am down to the lowest level of nicotine as well and could easily go to zero without hesitation. In fact my next bottles of juice will have zero!
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I have heard of some places banning them as well. I understand that they could make some people uncomfortable to look over and see a puff of what appears to be smoke. I completely understand banning them on school grounds because once you put the juice in the tank who is to say if there is nicotine in it or not? Even if you had the juice bottle labeled as zero nicotine who's to say you didn't make your own and just put it in that bottle? I am one that understands both sides of this debate but still in my book I couldn't be happier with them just for the simple fact that I do not smoke at all anymore! I don't even want one when I drink anymore! So they can be a great tool to help people like me actually quit for good! I am down to the lowest level of nicotine as well and could easily go to zero without hesitation. In fact my next bottles of juice will have zero!
I'm not sure I was correct when I said "schools" in my first post. I'm not an user of these devices,so I don't follow it too close. Is smoking even allowed in schools these days?

Anyways - congrats to you and others here who have been able to either quit smoking entirely or reduced their use of tobacco with the help of these devices.
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So what are some of the users of these favorite flavors? My favorites are watermelon, peach, cherry, and blueberry.
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:56 PM   #17
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Those seeking to ban them claim they're a "gateway" to regular cigarettes for the young.

I know that some parents are taking the "well if you're going to smoke anyway I'd prefer you go with the e-cigs" position.

No matter the reasons for "banning" it'll result in taxation. Take that to the bank.

I have no doubt that going to e-cigs has improved my breathing *greatly*, and I made it through this winter with *no* chest cold for the first time in years. I breathe easy and sleep better, and I can't even remember the last time I coughed a simple (non smoker's type) cough. I also stopped sneezing daily. Doc says I had formed an allergy to regular cigarettes, thus causing more mucus formation resulting in the small collapsed area in my right lung.

I've talked with my customers after they asked about what I was "smoking" and I found out last week that one has now been totally off regular cigarettes, cold turkey and on to an e-cig for a whole month.
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I don't care for the fruit flavors as they never really taste like the real thing. Same goes for crème soda, bubble gum and cotton candy flavors.

As stated earlier, my current faves are Blackberry Brandy, Butter Rum and Amaretto...all non alcohol of course.
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So what are some of the users of these favorite flavors? My favorites are watermelon, peach, cherry, and blueberry.

As stated before I don't use them,but after seeing some of the flavors listed here; i might be tempted to try. Some sound yummy.
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I've been through quite a few batteries, different brands and styles. I prefer the variable voltage batteries because some juices taste better at lower voltage, some taste better at higher voltage.

They come with a USB type charger that also plugs into a 110V charger which also comes with it. I joked with DH that my laptop looks like an octopus...cords hangin' off it like legs with batteries plugged in and chargin'.

Try to get the type "tank" (what the juice goes in) that allows you to change out components. The "core" with "wicks" gets old and a new core is only about $5.00 ea. Change out the core and it works like a brand new tank.
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