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.
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.
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.
I was contacted by Rolling Papers Express to see if I would be interested in reviewing their store and a couple of e-juices. I checked out the site to see if they were legit and they are so I gladly accepted the offer.
I picked out two e-liquids; Cosmic Fog’s “Milk and Honey” and Five Pawns “Castle Long.” This review will focus on Milk and Honey.
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.
Update: Gearbest sent me a coupon code! Get $47 off the eVic VT 60W with coupon code “techeVic”
Gearbest.com sent me the eVic VT to review and I wanted to do a first impressions video before giving it a full review. I think this first impressions video should give you a pretty good idea of what someone would expect using a vaporizer like this right of the box.
I’ve been using it for a week since recording my first impressions, so this blog post will have some additional thoughts not included in the video.
I loved Cap’n Crunch cereal as a kid, but I especially loved the crunch berries. I would always save all of the crunch berries for last. Mmm, it makes my mouth water just thinking about eating a bowl full of softened crunch berries and drinking the delicious milk at the end. When I saw that VapeWild carried Crunch Berry e-liquid, I had to try it. I ordered VapeWild’s Crunch Berry e-juice in 9mg nicotine in a 65vg / 35pg blend.
When I first got into advanced vaping back in January I knew I would eventually get into dripping and rebuildable atomizers. It took me about a month of research and watching videos before I felt ready to start building my own coils. Grimm Green was one of the first expert vapers that I started following on YouTube and as I was going through his older videos I came across his review of the Caterpillar RDA, which was what drove me to buying one.
Check out the following blog post after the video for additional thoughts not included in the video review.
Why I Bought the iStick 50w
Right now I only own the 20w iStick and the Aspire CF VV. I wanted another box mod that was more powerful and something that could fire sub-ohm atomizers.
I looked at a few other popular devices, such as the Seigeli 100w and 150w, the 70w iPV mini II, the 150w ipv3, and the ipv4 (which wasn’t out yet when I recorded my video review).
I went with the iStick 50w mostly because it’s so consumer-friendly. It has a built-in battery, has all of the safety protections I might need, and 50 watts is plenty for me right now. I’ll probably upgrade to something a little more advanced a few months down the road.