Electronic Cigarette with USB charger & 10 refills, just £3.07 at focal price. Save a load of money, and save your life!
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Electronic Cigarette with USB charger & 10 refills, just £3.07 at focal price. Save a load of money, and save your life!

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Found 18th Mar 2012
## To get it for £3.07, select \us dollars as the currency and buy through paypal. Selecting GBP as the currency brings it up at £3.12 ##

rbanksy- using code giveawaytrain gives a further 7% off

A few of my friends that have been smoking for years tried this and have given up smoking. They paid a hell of a lot more than this, so I think this is a pretty good deal.

There are a couple of cheaper prices, but this is the cheapest from a reputable retailer with a USB charger, where the description is written in proper English! Also, there are loads of reviews on this site for this product (plus pics and vids) and they are really positive.

At the end of the day, it's 3 quid that could save you a hell of a lot of money in the long run (if you stop buying proper death sticks) and might also save your life. I'm buying one as a gift for someone, but if I smoked I'd def get it for myself. My mates that have tried id swear by them. They hate the taste of proper cigs now, plus you can use these in pubs etc.

Couple of other options here, but as I said i think the above is the best bet

focalprice.com/HJC…tml (£2.68, 3 refills)

1firstsupermarket.com/pro…605 (£2.07, website looks bloody dodgy though)

focalprice.com/HJC…GBP (comes in a Molboro box, however no USB charger, and not sure if it comes with a UK charger)

amazon.co.uk/Ele…-25 (£40, 20 refills)
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An electronic cigarette is eco-friendly, no burning, no tar, no cancerous substances, no ashtray, no horrible smell, and no air pollution. It is a great and healthy way to quit smoking.
Ecofriendly, power saving
No burning, no tar, no cancerous substances, no ashtray, no horrible smell, no air polluting
The same taste as a real cigarette
Protects the health of your family from tobacco smoke
Great helper for those who want to give up smoking
Comes with 10pcs long life span cartridges for replacement
Can charge the electronic cigarette via USB interface
Easy to clean and convenient to use
hot
smokin' deal
even with the positive reviews i would be very cautious, who regulates the contents of the cartridges??
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Just ordered a couple of Ecigs and some juice from DX a couple of weeks back, still waiting for them to turn up.
Although i am a bit concerned about this......

cbsnews.com/830…es/
Load of rubbish that won't last a week.
Pay £30 for a decent, reliable starter kit.
£3.07 for me
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Mikey1610

Load of rubbish that won't last a week.Pay £30 for a decent, reliable … Load of rubbish that won't last a week.Pay £30 for a decent, reliable starter kit.



Have you bought one? Look at the reviews, 4.5 out of 5 from 89 reviews. Worth a pop at 10% of the price that you are saying go for surely?
Mikey1610

Load of rubbish that won't last a week.Pay £30 for a decent, reliable … Load of rubbish that won't last a week.Pay £30 for a decent, reliable starter kit.



I ordered the cheap ones just to see how i get on with them.... if i think they'll possible help me quit, or at least make me cut down the smokes, then i'll order an expensive kit from a UK supplier.
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phillred

£3.07 for me



Voucher code? Want to share it? I couldn't see one but I'd like to update the post with it if there is one?
Worth a try - Thanks
totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/

Is much better, Reasons below, but do cost more. I would rather know my kit was safe and regulated

better kit made by joyetech
better liquid regulated by UK company

UK pharmaceutical nicotine from Ireland the same as used in NRT products produced for pharmaceutical companies

in house Dr for flavourings and testing, made in the uk with all UK sourced liquids and bottles with more coming soon to phase out the use of Chinese made liquids but these are tested and regulated at present by Totally wicked in the UK.

One device being made in the UK by a UK university

There is only one company that provides this with all the safety features like protected batteries and venting holes or plugs that act as a safety device just like those in mobile phones or laptop lithium ion batteries in the abolute worst case scenario.


Edited by: "Kenneth131" 18th Mar 2012
Its £3.07 for me as well.No code nothing .Exchange rate must have changed but wouldnt have thought so on a Sunday
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patti

Its £3.07 for me as well.No code nothing .Exchange rate must have changed … Its £3.07 for me as well.No code nothing .Exchange rate must have changed but wouldnt have thought so on a Sunday



Weird, still coming up at £3.12 for me. Ah well only 5p
I did pay with Paypal if that makes any difference

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Edited by: "patti" 18th Mar 2012
Are cartridges pretty much universal? can anyone recommend refillable ones and a good propyl glycol based juice?
yep £3.07 paid thru paypal
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## To get it for £3.07, select \us dollars as the currency and buy through paypal. Selecting GBP as the currency brings it up at £3.12 ##
SunTzu

even with the positive reviews i would be very cautious, who regulates … even with the positive reviews i would be very cautious, who regulates the contents of the cartridges??



Yeah, for all you know they might put some kind of poison in them, like nicotine.
If anyone is looking for liquid to refill these then you can also check out totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/ like i mentioned earlier its all regulated with chip child safety caps as well. Liquids are high quality and very good service

Also no the threading on these ecigs will probably not be a standard sizing so you will have to buy their cartomizers. Standard ecig threading just now is either 901 or 510 but you should be able to refill these for a little while anyway
Edited by: "Kenneth131" 18th Mar 2012
voted hot may get one for my sis
Some links for people if you want to investigate more ....

e-cig-reviews.com/ind…tml

I went for this starter kit in the end

vapour-room.com/ele…htm

15% discount code ECR69

I would spend some time reading up on all the different types - went for refillable myself but will be trying out the different e-liquids - different flavours - different strengths of nicotine

:O)
The cheaper kits are great until you realise how good they are, then you'll want a decent quality vape, with a very good battery life & small convenient charging case in case you're out for more than a night with no plug.

I started out with a similar one, then got myself a V3 from JacVapour. They're also known as KR808D-1 battery's & cartomisers.
I have a totally wicked ecig, I have the tornado tank and titan tank. Can highly recommened them. Bought mine in July last year....and haven't smoked a real fag since.
sounds really complicated to me oO woman at work has to go outside to 'smoke' her e-cigarette - I wish I could give up but I have rubbish willpower - sounds lame but true ....
E-cigs are great ive not had a fag for 3 months now, but you need to spend more than 3 quid get a decent starter kit like the ego-t , boge cartomizers and some vermillion river juice and your never touch a fag again, do seem research people , theres alot of forums with a wealth of info
For juice i can recommend liberty flights website, my personal choice being vermillion river kentucky apple wood ! And use code am76 for 15% off!
We're crashes their servers for this deal
be like me wait until you get a triple bypass and new valve quit straightaway didnt cost a penny lol
Thank you, this is great.

I just got the cheap version to try after my visit to Alan Carr quit smoking clinic hasn't worked.

I was talking to an old lady last week who quit last June with one of these, she had smoked for 70 years!!!

Sorry but I have no idea of how you vote somebody's post as hot and I can't find any help section on this site.
The TECC Microlite is basically the best "real" sized e-cig to get and I'd strongly recommend it to beginners who don't want a big lump of an e-cig.

totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/pro…tml

I have a 901, Ego-T, a SmokelessImage Volt (which is awesome) and the Microlite.. and the Microlite is the one I use the most when out with friends or in town, etc.

I might get this to see what the cheapos are like. Worth a try, but if it turns out to be crap then it might put people off who haven't tried better ones. So, if you're considering going for it properly and quitting smoking, then the Microlite is the smoothest and most realistic transition to electric ones and performs pretty damm well even compared to the more expensive and bigger ones like Ego-T and 901 (I personally find it much better than the 901)
Edited by: "chris-afc" 18th Mar 2012
This does sound tempting? Are these still in anyway bad for you? I have been quit smoking for over two years now but sometimes when I drink I still smoke. I've been meaning to knock it on the head completely, but if these are completely and 100% healthy then I may switch to these while drinking.
samc

This does sound tempting? Are these still in anyway bad for you? I have … This does sound tempting? Are these still in anyway bad for you? I have been quit smoking for over two years now but sometimes when I drink I still smoke. I've been meaning to knock it on the head completely, but if these are completely and 100% healthy then I may switch to these while drinking.



Or stop drinking...
Banned
Personally I would urge all smokers to keep smoking.First of all it's their right too and secondly it may well help reduce the over population of this planet..........................Keep puffing people!
chris2010uk

The TECC Microlite is basically the best "real" sized e-cig to get and … The TECC Microlite is basically the best "real" sized e-cig to get and I'd strongly recommend it to beginners who don't want a big lump of an e-cig. http://www.totallywicked-eliquid.co.uk/products/tecc-branded-goods/microlite-ecig/tecc-microlite-cartomiser-kit-black-product.htmlI have a 901, Ego-T, a SmokelessImage Volt (which is awesome) and the Microlite.. and the Microlite is the one I use the most when out with friends or in town, etc.I might get this to see what the cheapos are like. Worth a try, but if it turns out to be crap then it might put people off who haven't tried better ones. So, if you're considering going for it properly and quitting smoking, then the Microlite is the smoothest and most realistic transition to electric ones and performs pretty damm well even compared to the more expensive and bigger ones like Ego-T and 901 (I personally find it much better than the 901)



Thanks I have bookmarked this page.
ha ha. in a few years there will be a big health scare to do with all these ecigs....
thecheekymonkey

ha ha. in a few years there will be a big health scare to do with all … ha ha. in a few years there will be a big health scare to do with all these ecigs....


You nostradamous now?















MUG!
Hot thanks
samc

This does sound tempting? Are these still in anyway bad for you? I have … This does sound tempting? Are these still in anyway bad for you? I have been quit smoking for over two years now but sometimes when I drink I still smoke. I've been meaning to knock it on the head completely, but if these are completely and 100% healthy then I may switch to these while drinking.


You're basically breathing in water... I think around 80% of most e-liquids are water. The other main ingredient is either propylene-glycol or vegetable-glycol. Both of these are consided "safe."

The truth is though, is that we don't know if there will be any effects from heavy use of this, and we won't know until a few more years down the line. There doesn't seem to be any indication that this is harmful though and provided you get reliable liquids, there's no reason for it to be harmful.

The way I see it it's better to replace the rare cigarette (which we KNOW contains thousands of thousand of very dangerous chemicals) you have with the e-cig which contains ingredients that are considered safe for human consumption, even though we won't know for sure until enough time has passed to judge the long term effects.

For what it's worth, I have been using them every day quite a lot for almost a year now. I was never a heavy smoker and I'm still young but I do feel a bit better now (this is perhaps psychological though). I certainly don't enjoy the horrible taste of a real cigarette any more though, and e-cigs just feel much "cleaner" when you're inhaling it. (provided you don't keep smoking it when the liquid has run dry. From what I've been reading on the e-cig forum.. a lot of heavy heavy smokers of 30+ years felt a hell of a lot better when switching to these and have regained their taste and feel much more fitter.
Edited by: "chris-afc" 18th Mar 2012
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