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.
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When I ordered VapeWild’s Bubble Yum Yum, I wasn’t looking for an “all day vape.” I’m not really a big fan of traditional bubble gum flavor, so I knew what I was getting into. I just thought it would be a fun flavor to try. The bottle I reviewed was 9mg nicotine and 65vg/35pg.
Clouper is about to release their new Z5 tank and they sent me a bunch of photos that show what this tank is all about. It looks like a cool tank from what I can tell. I did some research on this tank and I’ve learned that the Z5 coils will not work in the Z4, in case you’re wondering.
The Clouper Z5 is not out yet, but Clouper says it will be released in the next few days.
Check out those coils. Pretty interesting!
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.
I don’t get a lot of vape gear sent to me for review, so a lot of the stuff I review is either purchased with my own money or I win it in a giveaway. I wouldn’t say that I win often, but I have won a few great prizes throughout this past year. See that image above? I won the Aromamizer tank from a giveaway that Metal Gear Vaper did. Subscribe to his channel!
Giveaways are a great way to get new gear but as you probably know, the odds of winning are low. The nice thing about vape giveaways is that there are a ton of them happening all the time, so the more you enter, the more you’re likely to win.
With that in mind, I want to help my readers win new gear so I’ve decided to start adding giveaways that aren’t my own to my vape giveaway page. I’ll also be adding tips on winning giveaways and a list of places where you can find more giveaways.
If you know of any giveaways that I haven’t listed, please send me an email and I’ll add it.
As vaping becomes more and more commonplace and its days as a fringe trend come to an end, hundreds of thousands of people are starting to explore vape products, find their favorite e-liquids and accessories, and enjoy life as non-smoking vapers. Many have a favorite online source for supplies, but brick and mortar vape stores also hold a fond place in the hearts of the vaping community. Vape stores and vape bars are great places to try out new products and chat with other vapers.
Not too long ago MightySkins, a company that makes e-cigarette and vape wraps and has developed relationships with vape store owners around the country, asks some of those owners to tell them more about the business of selling vaping accessories and just who it is that’s buying them. They’ve shared some of the information they gathered in the graphic below. Check it out.
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I love Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups but my wife goes absolutely crazy for them. It’s probably her favorite candy ever, after Ferrero Rocher. She doesn’t vape (or smoke) but I picked up VapeWild’s Peanut Butter Cup E-Liquid mostly so that she could try it. I wanted to try it too of course. I ordered it in 9 mg nicotine and in a 65vg / 35pg ratio.
Electric Tobacconist reached out to me to do a review for any e-liquid they sell and the GWAR line looked the most interesting so I told them to surprise me with anything from that line. They sent SPEW. Yum!
Ok, first just to give you a quick look at Electric Tobacconist. They serve both the US and the UK and have been around since 2013. They have a great price match guarantee, so if you find a product they sell on another website for cheaper, they’ll match it and give you 10% off.
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!
Gearbest.com sent me the SMOK X Cube II for the purpose of doing a review.
It’s a 160 watt, temperature control device that supports nickel, titanium, and stainless steel coils.
It has Bluetooth capability so that it can connect to your phone. It has a large and easy-to-use firing bar. It has a magnetic battery door cover. The firing bar lights up with any color you want. And has tons of advanced features.