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INNOKIN Blue Endura T22 Vaporiser/ Ecig/ Eshisha Starter Kit £20.31 Sold by and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£20.31 @ Amazon
Never seen this so cheap. I've bought lots of cheap vaporisers and this is by far the best for this price point - good battery, lots of vapour, convenient micro-usb charging. £26.96 in black, in fa… Read More
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Never seen this so cheap. I've bought lots of cheap vaporisers and this is by far the best for this price point - good battery, lots of vapour, convenient micro-usb charging.

£26.96 in black, in fact even the Innokin T18 (smaller battery) is more expensive.

*Free delivery for Prime members*
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#1
Adjustable voltage?
1 Like #2
coventgamer
Adjustable voltage?

Unfortunately not. Good for new starters and those (like me) who want simplicity.
1 Like #3
imranio
Without adjustable power its pretty useless

What makes you say that? There are a lot of people out there (including myself) that want an ecig to simply replace smoking - I just want a device I can pick up and vape from, rather than the hassle of finding the correct voltage to produce huge amounts of vapour etc. Am I missing something?
3 Likes #4
imranio
Without adjustable power its pretty useless


You have no idea what you're saying
4 Likes #5
I've been vaping for three years and tbh I've seen it all. I fell out of love with sub ohming 6 months ago and bought a T18. That thing never let me down: top fill, pass through, never leaked, battery lasted a few days.

I reckon I'm one of the few who actually fell back from sub ohming but take it from me the T18 (and presumably the T22) are good devices.
You really don't need variable watts with a 1.5o coil
1 Like #6
SamTL
imranio
Without adjustable power its pretty useless

What makes you say that? There are a lot of people out there (including myself) that want an ecig to simply replace smoking - I just want a device I can pick up and vape from, rather than the hassle of finding the correct voltage to produce huge amounts of vapour etc. Am I missing something?


'but I wanna make clouds' :{ ) :p
#7
BraddersJ
I've been vaping for three years and tbh I've seen it all. I fell out of love with sub ohming 6 months ago and bought a T18. That thing never let me down: top fill, pass through, never leaked, battery lasted a few days.
I reckon I'm one of the few who actually fell back from sub ohming but take it from me the T18 (and presumably the T22) are good devices.
You really don't need variable watts with a 1.5o coil

Agree completely. I'm now using a T18 and it's by far the best bit of kit I've had - thoroughly recommend it. Assume that the T22 is equally good (just don't need another one just now :()

Heated.
#8
6mts on this and the battery still going strong. Had issues with the coils so Changed top to an aspire mini nautilus and uses far less fluid.
#9
Hi all, I'm totally new to vaping. I badly want to give up the ciggies. I noticed on the coils they say no nicotine. If i want to use nicotine will i need to use different coils. Thanks :)
#10
bebeamour
Hi all, I'm totally new to vaping. I badly want to give up the ciggies. I noticed on the coils they say no nicotine. If i want to use nicotine will i need to use different coils. Thanks :)

I've been using nicotine in my ejuice with no problems! Think this is a great starter pack and definitely a good ecigarette considering the price!
2 Likes #11
bebeamour
Hi all, I'm totally new to vaping. I badly want to give up the ciggies. I noticed on the coils they say no nicotine. If i want to use nicotine will i need to use different coils. Thanks :)


The coils have nothing to do with nicotine. The eliquids contain the nicotine. You can get different strengths of nicotine in the eliquid.
#12
thanks for helping me there. I'm going to get this one with all the positive things you guys have had to say about it :)
1 Like #13
bebeamour
thanks for helping me there. I'm going to get this one with all the positive things you guys have had to say about it :)


Good luck quitting :) come back here and ask if you have any issues!
#14
Thankyou so much, that's very kind of you. I know I'll need some guidance at some point. :D
#15
Anybody else gotten ill off these things?
#16
123batman321
Anybody else gotten ill off these things?


You're being quite vague, what do you mean ill? What was your usage like?
1 Like #17
Everyone needs to start with something but when do you stop I am doing 12ml a day or more dual coil limitless rdta flavour boss shots and nicotine from lucemill or Darkstar but the government has put a stop to that so making liquid will be loads more expensive yet another fad that will be smoking
1 Like #18
bebeamour
Hi all, I'm totally new to vaping. I badly want to give up the ciggies. I noticed on the coils they say no nicotine. If i want to use nicotine will i need to use different coils. Thanks :)
Amazon have been known to remove items from sellers with regards to nicotine content so sellers now say, 'no nicotine' to stop items being pulled. Theirs loads of ejuice available on Amazon but those will always be zero nicotine content.
2 Likes #19
bebeamour
Thankyou so much, that's very kind of you. I know I'll need some guidance at some point. :D
Go over to aaec uk forum, good beginners info on there, friendly bunch as well with no grammar police etc!

Edited By: dazsti on Mar 19, 2017 02:56
#20
lots of 1 star reviews so cancelled
1 Like #21
Bought the blue version very recently and was disappointed. The paint started to chip very quickly with normal use. The amount of vape produced was insufficient for me even for a direct lung hit. If this had been my first vape experience after ciggies I don't think I would have quit! There is so much choice out there it's hard to recommend one product but I stated with a Smok Ego Cloud which worked perfect for me. Not sure you can still buy these but Smok have plenty similar on the market and at the same price point as this.

My tip for kicking the ciggies is simply buy the tabacco flavoured vape juice. I've tried many different flavours but they all do nothing for me. If you've enjoyed smoking in the past your can't replace that by inhaling sherbet lemons or whatever. Try and get as close as possible to the flavour of a ciggie and you'll have a great chance of kicking the habit! Good luck to anyone who's trying!
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I've been vaping for nearly 5 years and keep up with all the latest gear. The T22 is a very good starter device. I use a Wotofo Serpant Mini, OBS Crius and a Wotofo Lush Plus RDA on a Joyetech Evic VTC Mini. I make all my own coils and I make my own eliquid to keep costs easy down. I've never had any ill effects from vaping in all these years whereas smoking on the other hand have me all sorts of ill effects!

I started with a Nicolites cigalike From Tesco and soon upgraded as I felt ecigs were the answer to giving up smoking, for me at least. I love vaping, it's more of a hobby now and the flavours are so good these days.

If you smoke and want to give up you won't go far wrong with a T22 to start off with.
1 Like #23
beardpunk
Bought the blue version very recently and was disappointed. The paint started to chip very quickly with normal use. The amount of vape produced was insufficient for me even for a direct lung hit. If this had been my first vape experience after ciggies I don't think I would have quit! There is so much choice out there it's hard to recommend one product but I stated with a Smok Ego Cloud which worked perfect for me. Not sure you can still buy these but Smok have plenty similar on the market and at the same price point as this.

My tip for kicking the ciggies is simply buy the tabacco flavoured vape juice. I've tried many different flavours but they all do nothing for me. If you've enjoyed smoking in the past your can't replace that by inhaling sherbet lemons or whatever. Try and get as close as possible to the flavour of a ciggie and you'll have a great chance of kicking the habit! Good luck to anyone who's trying!


High vg juice helps no end with the amount of vapour as do low ohm coils but then battery life decreases so it's swings and roundabouts.

As for flavours, taste is subjective. The best thing to do is buy several flavours to start with not just a tobacco one. Most tobacco juices are not great (for me anyway, subjective). I mostly vape diy Strawberry Milkshake, Apple Fuji (Flavourart) and Butterscotch Ripple (Flavorwest) and alternate between them throughout the day.

Don't be sucked into sub ohm vaping in the beginning as that's a minefield of gear, start with a mouth to lung device and go from there.
#24
This is a great forum which is the first vaping related forum in the UK. http://ukvapers.org/index.php
#25
simate
beardpunk
Bought the blue version very recently and was disappointed. The paint started to chip very quickly with normal use. The amount of vape produced was insufficient for me even for a direct lung hit. If this had been my first vape experience after ciggies I don't think I would have quit! There is so much choice out there it's hard to recommend one product but I stated with a Smok Ego Cloud which worked perfect for me. Not sure you can still buy these but Smok have plenty similar on the market and at the same price point as this.
My tip for kicking the ciggies is simply buy the tabacco flavoured vape juice. I've tried many different flavours but they all do nothing for me. If you've enjoyed smoking in the past your can't replace that by inhaling sherbet lemons or whatever. Try and get as close as possible to the flavour of a ciggie and you'll have a great chance of kicking the habit! Good luck to anyone who's trying!
High vg juice helps no end with the amount of vapour as do low ohm coils but then battery life decreases so it's swings and roundabouts.
As for flavours, taste is subjective. The best thing to do is buy several flavours to start with not just a tobacco one. Most tobacco juices are not great (for me anyway, subjective). I mostly vape diy Strawberry Milkshake, Apple Fuji (Flavourart) and Butterscotch Ripple (Flavorwest) and alternate between them throughout the day.
Don't be sucked into sub ohm vaping in the beginning as that's a minefield of gear, start with a mouth to lung device and go from there.

as opposed to **** to lung start at the bottom and work your way up
#26
Great piece of kit and highly recommended. Nice size tank as well.
#27
I've had one of these for 4 weeks now and it's great. These are usually about £27 so this price represents a good saving. I would recommend this product to a beginner.
#28
For those who are wondering, this delivers 14 Watts of power using the standard 1.5 ohm coil supplied, which equates to a 4.6 Volt battery delivering 3 amps, so a 'standard' 510 / eGo battery probably wouldn't be up to the job.
I must admit I'm tempted, though...
#29
BraddersJ
I've been vaping for three years and tbh I've seen it all. I fell out of love with sub ohming 6 months ago and bought a T18. That thing never let me down: top fill, pass through, never leaked, battery lasted a few days.

I reckon I'm one of the few who actually fell back from sub ohming but take it from me the T18 (and presumably the T22) are good devices.
You really don't need variable watts with a 1.5o coil


I tried sub ohming for about a month, just didn't get on with it. Replacing coils more often, using way more juice, way more battery, & what's worse, it's kinda anti social, not as much as ciggies, but still a bit rude vaping a huge cloud around other people.

I use an aspire plato with a 1.6 coil now. Was a bit pricey but the aspire coils have never leaked on me once, battery lasts a day & night & keeps a lot of juice on board.

To just chuck in the car I still use an extremely basic aspire K1 with a variable voltage kanger battery & a 1.2 coil.

This is a decent deal, but personally I'd go for the kanger & aspire K1 before this, same price or a few quid less & outstanding quality. I have three K1 tanks & the oldest is a year old & is still going strong with no leaks or problems.
#30
I have an MVP 2, I never go higher than lower settings, battery is now a day long only, would this equate? suitable replacement? cannot see any thread on how to replace the batteries on mine...
#31
I've got various Kangers and an Aspire Nautilus mini but I've not used anything apart from my T18 and T22s since last summer. Consistent flavour, never leaks and the coils are a decent price.
1 Like #32
tezray
Everyone needs to start with something but when do you stop I am doing 12ml a day or more dual coil limitless rdta flavour boss shots and nicotine from lucemill or Darkstar but the government has put a stop to that so making liquid will be loads more expensive yet another fad that will be smoking

Buy the 500ml base from dark star

Then the 500ml of nicotine and 1l of eliquid from lucemill

That's what I did, roughly costs £20 for 500ml of a very good liquid
#33
Also why are people still buying coils?

Check my deals posted

Coppervape kayfun clone is a beast but got voted cold: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/coppervape-kf-v5-rta-atomizer-silver-9-93-gearbest-2620913

FCK buying coils

Edited By: gap30 on Mar 19, 2017 19:46: add deal
#34
That is what I do but I buy 500ml boss shots from flavour boss need to stock up on more nicotine though time is running out
#37

Its not once you get used to it and will save you money
#38
123batman321
Anybody else gotten ill off these things?

Too much nicotine will make you feel rough as old boots. Other than that I don't think so..
#40
beardpunk
My tip for kicking the ciggies is simply buy the tabacco flavoured vape juice. I've tried many different flavours but they all do nothing for me. If you've enjoyed smoking in the past your can't replace that by inhaling sherbet lemons or whatever. Try and get as close as possible to the flavour of a ciggie and you'll have a great chance of kicking the habit! Good luck to anyone who's trying!

I'm not totally convinced by this. If you're trying to mimic exactly the same taste, throat hit and nicotine levels, what's going to be any different that makes them quit? To each their own. I prefer to vape for the various tastes and would not consider going back to rollups. I just haven't decided to quit yet, which is the all important thing.

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