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OK. Stupid question time about e-cigs / vape

I have a family member who is thinking about quiting smoking but wants to get into nic vapeing. He smokes 2 packs a day.

I have zero experience in this so I am looking for some recommendations. I dont even know all the parts needed to make a complete kit. Let alone vg/pg ratio 'needed' or nic level (how many is good but what is 'too good' and risks OD'ing).

Basically what is a good complete kit (with juice) to give to someone to get them off smokes and on to vape. I have no issue mixing and matching or even customization if it makes any difference.

I really have only four criteria that needs to be met (beyond being a complete kits worth of parts)

The parts / kit /etc1 doesnt suck2 doesnt cost a fortune3 will not blow up (ie is idiot proof)4 will not cause an OD.

Other than that what is a good vape and juice to make a good start pack / 'gift pack'. Recommendations on Canadian stores welcome too!

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To make things simple, I suggest these two kits for a new vaper.

http://thevaporist.org/Innokin-Endura-T18

or

http://thevaporist.org/Joyetech-eGo-AIO

Each come with 120ML of juice, and with those setups that should last at least a month, if not two. For the Innokin Endura T18 I suggest 18MG, and for the eGo AIO I'd suggest 12MG. The eGo AIO produces a tad bit more vaper, so there for more nicotine intake.For cheap ejuice afterwards I suggest vjuice ($11 for 60ML, $45 for 250ML) and bargainejuice ($15 for 120ML of juice). It's important to have them try a large variety of ejuice if they decide they don't like vaping, it took me months to find a setup and juice that helped me kick the cravings. Also, tobacco ejuices rarely, if ever taste like a real cigarette. It's more like sticking a cigarette in your mouth and chewing it.

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Yup, thats the only difference! I also suggest picking up a pack of coils, coils last around 1-3 weeks depending on the sugar content of the ejuice that's being used. These are for the T18/T22: https://www.vapornorth.com/collections/innokin-coils/products/endura-t18-coils-canada?variant=16432831175 (also called prism coils on other sites, thats the tank that comes with the T18/T22) and these are the coils for the AIO: https://www.vapornorth.com/collections/joyetech-coils/products/joyetech-cubis-coils-canada?variant=14475376391 I suggest the 1.0 or 1.5 ohm coils for the AIO to start with, the .5 ohm coils are more so for "clouds" and more vapor.

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Thanks! Will do. T22 it is.

Soooo a simple Cool Fire IV TC with Vortex atomo has peaked my interest in my search for a ecig kit for fam. Would this be a decent setup for someone more interested in diving more into the deep end and going right to sub-ohm, max vg, Direct Lung vaping? I'm not one for baby steps nor wasting money.

From what I have seen that innokin will work with basically all inno coils (2 to .1). Soooo if I really like sub-ohm I can go all the way to .1 Nickels or conversely go UP to 1.5 or 2s if I dont like it. Probably wont go below .5 as from what I have read that is when things can getdicey...and havent read of anyone really going up beyond 1 to 1.5 after trying lower ohm'ers.

Also really like the idea of Temp control instead of wattage control as the coils temps almost has to go up as they heat up at a given wattage (basic physics / elect engineering stuff) and I dont want burnt crap in my lungs.

Am I on the right track with my thinking? Ive only spent 20hours so far investigating so its a bit fuzzy still. Also for TC what would be a good starting point?

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So whats your take on the wismec reuleaux rx200 vs sigelei 213?

I know the rx200 is three 18650s and the sig is two but that to me doesnt matter.

Go with the more mature model or go for the new and shiny?

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