Oh, well that would be a problem then. Sorry, I tried to help.
LOL KevN....that was a little while ago. I've learned a great deal more about the Mods, Tanks, etc.. so I much more confident. But I still think I would take my regulars out with me...and save the tanks for sitting on the couch watching a movie.
It's only been 2-3 weeks, but I'm already thinking of a mod. I believe once I get the tank conquered, I should be good to go. I'm pretty much chain vaping while near my puter, so that would cut down on filling, changing cartos.
:lol::lol::lol::lol: There is a certain irony to the OP's post.
+1 KevN Reply #13
When it comes to the best KR808s on the market, Vapor4Life wins hand down. These are great PVs for those just making the transition away from analogs and veteran vapers as well. Easy to use, they address the familiar tactile sensation associated with an analog. Perfect for the novice it doesn't get any easier then placing the battery on a recharger, screwing on a cartomizer and vaping.
Eventually all new Vapers will graduate to one Mod or another. Soon many new Vapers here won't be so new, you will become more knowledgeable, more curious, more willing to try new things. Many Mods do provide longer battery life, optimum flavor, throat hit, and vapor production...there is no doubt about that.
But there is one thing no Mod can replace and that is the size and feel of an analog. And now that you can use a tank with the Vapor4Life KRs, the only real missing factor a Mod can provide is longer battery life.
I have helped many folks buy there first Mod and tell everyone of them, don't get rid of your KR batteries. After the new Mod honeymoon is over (about a month) you will be using your KR batteries again. I have yet to be wrong on this, because the fact is they perform well, are inexpensive, and extremely portable.
I don't recommend most new Vapers jump into a Mod right away, there is a lot to learn, many crappy Mods, and most importantly the chance that they may return to analogs. After 3 months or so of fully transitioning to vaping, most new Vapers will start considering a Mod as a secondary device. Just remember.....keep those KR's.....I promise you will be using them again daily.
+1000 to what Snow sir said. Have an unmentionable that's used at work and for long car rides where the xm takes priority. Unless testing, the king diamond and stealths are my main pv. :)