Both my dad and my step father smoke quite a lot. Both have been receptive to me buying them a Vapor4Life setup for Christmas. I've been very close to pulling the trigger a few times so far but I always find an alternative or a different way of looking at it for them and end up zeroing out the cart. I still have a little time and I want to get this right. I have the feeling that if I don't get them something they like, they will never use it nor will they be inclined to try it again.
1) is there a normal progression on how vaping kit? Meaning when you start, you want something that looks/feels like analog but then after you get used to vaping you then migrate to tanks or large carts?
2) my father is retired so he's at home and can charge and refill a bit more often whereas my step father works and has more limitations. I've thought about going with the EGO for both just so they would be the same (both smoke menthol 100s) but I see there is no replacement batteries and the carts for it seem a bit pricey. Is there something on that I'm just missing or is it just a more expensive way to vape?
3) As far as juice, I'm sure this runs the gambit, but again, is there a progression on this? Meaning they both smoke menthols now, should I focus on that for them? I guess the question is do smokers like the taste of what they are smoking or generally it is about the nicotine and I should just buy them flavors they enjoy eating/drinking?
4) how much juice/carts should I buy with the kits so that they can get a feel for it before having to spend their own money on refills?
I'm having a hard time visualizing a lot of this and since I'm not a smoker, some of the things that have been mentioned in other posts don't mean much to me. A coworker/friend of mine lead me to Vapor4Life as it really worked for him and his wife. He recommends one of the original vk kits but I think that is primarily because it is what he's most used to. He said battery quality is everything on vaping and he's had better luck with those than anything else.
I appreciate any/all feedback.