I’ve been wanting to buy an electronic hookah head for several months now, ever since learning that they exist. They’re so expensive though and I just wasn’t sure how well they would work. Not to mention that even if I did buy one, I would only be using my hookah on the rare occasions when I have friends over. For those reasons, I couldn’t justify paying $100 or more.
I know I’m a little late to the party on this one, considering how fast the vaping industry moves, but this is a seriously great device that I think will keep people happy for a long time. The Pioneer4You IPV4 is a 100-watt device that supports temperature control for nickel wire. It’s upgradeable to 120 watts and the upgrade adds support for titanium wire.
Gearbest.com sent me the Pioneer4You IPV4 for the purpose of doing a review and I’m really happy they did. I’ve been enjoying this one a lot. After reviewing the Smok Xcube II, I’m glad to get back to something that’s a little (or a lot) more basic.
NJOY reached out to me a few weeks ago about doing a product review for a couple of NJOYs new products, the Daily and the Convenience Vaping System. These are both targeted towards people who are new to vaping. Normally I would turn down a review for something like this, but in the email to me, the marketing person with NJOY said something in her email that convinced me to do it.
I understand that you are beyond disposable products, but our goal is to get as many people into vaping at whatever level and we feel like these new products are a major step up in the market and a true test for us is seeing how more serious vapors react and if they think it’s a big improvement from the original e-cig days.
That’s such a great mission!
Like I mentioned in my review of Cosmic Fog’s Milk and Honey, Rolling Papers Express sent me two e-liquids to review. This is the second one.
When I was deciding on the flavors I wanted to try, I was looking for something truly unique. I was tempted to go with something that I was sure I would like, like a sweet dessert or candy flavor, but I thought it would be more interesting to try something different. After some research online, Castle Long from Five Pawns looked like the answer.
When I first became interested in RDA’s, the Veritas kept coming up in discussions as one of the best RDAs on the market, especially for people interested in flavor, like myself.
The biggest drawback though is that it’s generally considered to be difficult to build on. Despite the warnings and despite the fact that I was a total noob with rebuildable atomizers, I picked up a clone of the Veritas anyway.