Which Electronic Cigarette Is Right For Me?

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Which Electronic Cigarette Is Right For Me?

This "quick and dirty" quiz is intended to give you some ideas to consider when contemplating the purchase of an electronic cigarette. For more information, go to www. E where you can learn all about personal vaporizers and the world of vaping as an alternative to inhaling the smoke of burning tobacco leaves. This quiz does not cover all available starter kit options! This quiz is designed to help you learn about e cigarettes and to be fun. Https://www. E-cigarette-forum. Com/forum/ecf-library/


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Throat hit is important to people who vape. Throat hit is the feeling in the back of your throat that you associate with smoking an analog. People who smoke menthol and ultra light cigarettes have a tendency to want a lighter throat hit. People who smoked full flavor cigarettes and those who pull directly into their lungs are usually looking for the "hardest" throat hit. It is all a matter of taste. There are methods to adjust throat hit with any ecig model, so just give it your best guess.What kind of throat hit do you think you will like?
    • A. 

      Make it hurt so good, baby! Option for people who like to draw direct to the lungs and heavy smokers. Looks like an analog.

    • B. 

      I like smooth, cooler vapor and more flavor. Looks like an analog. Ultra light smokers, menthol smokers and people who have had trouble with other kits being "too harsh" often like this option.

    • C. 

      Moderate throat hit that can be adjusted with upgrades. I like lots of vapor production. I don't mind spending a little extra for high performance.

    • D. 

      Moderate throat hit that can be adjusted with upgrades and I want a device that looks like a regular cigarette and is very affordable.

  • 2. 
    Let's talk about cost. Ecig starter kits range from $25 to $80. Look for sales from reputable vendors and search for coupon codes! The e-cig forum has a list of suppliers, which is a great place to start. Don't forget to consider shipping costs!No matter what kit you chose, order some extra juice and at least one extra atomizer. Grab a drip tip to fit your model to give yourself more vaping options. Check out the ecig forum for info on drip tips. Tell me about your budget while keeping these features in mind:
    • A. 

      I'm on a tight budget. I don't mind changing batteries frequently and I have less than $40 bucks to invest. I want the ecig that is the least expensive to operate and maintain over time.

    • B. 

      I don't mind paying a little more for longer battery life and increased performance. My budget is $80 or less for a starter kit. I want tons of vapor and flavor that lasts all day.

    • C. 

      I'm on a tight budget. I want a starter kit that can be easily upgraded as I go. I appreciate versatility and want something that I can customize to my tastes in the future. I have less than $40 to spend on a starter kit.

    • D. 

      I like warm vapor and 2 piece construction that is very easy to use. I'm willing to pay $40-$80.

  • 3. 
    There is a learning curve involved when you switch from smoking to vaping. It is technologically intense! There are new terms to learn and unlike your cell phone, to be successful at mastering the use of an ecigarette, you actually need to know how it works.However, some are easier to master than others.When it comes to electronic devices:
    • A. 

      I need something easy to use. Extra options make my head hurt. The less decisions I have to make right now the better.

    • B. 

      I like to be on the cutting edge. I want versatility and lots of options and upgrade choices.

    • C. 

      I always go with the most popular and well tested device because of all documentation and support available.

    • D. 

      I find that older devices are often easier to use than the newer stuff. I don't mind an older, cheaper model.

  • 4. 
    The ecigarettes that you can get at shopping mall kiosks are usually $30 kits that they sell for $150 and those guys will lie to get you to buy one.  Also try to avoid "free offer" rip offs. Go to any ecigarette forum for recommendation for ecig vendors. I know to research a company well before making an investment in a ecigarette:
    • A. 

      Yeah, yeah. I want a starter kit that is easy to customize to my own preferences, even if I don't know what my own preferences are yet. I'm broke, too.

    • B. 

      Don't lecture me! I want something that gives great throat hit.

    • C. 

      Geeze, just because I cough when I laugh doesn't mean I'm a moron.

    • D. 

      I promise not to impulse buy, but I want an ecig that will make the energizer bunny embarrassed by it's staying power.

  • 5. 
    The inexpensive ecig starter kits tend to have shorter battery life. "Mini" ecigs (they resemble regular cigarettes in size) have the shortest battery life, ranging from 2-4 hours.The more powerful batteries are larger, more expensive and produce more vapor.A larger battery will also be more effective at vaporizing the nicotine from the ejuice. Without getting too technical, most new vapers consider cost, the appearance of the ecigarette and how long a single battery can go before being recharged. Help me figure out which one is right for you:
    • A. 

      I want something small, lightweight and cheap that resembles a real cigarette. I am a light or menthol smoker. This is also likely the best option for people who have bad smoker coughs.

    • B. 

      I'm looking for a small ecig with great throat hit and is easy to use. I don't mind frequently recharging the batteries.

    • C. 

      I want a larger battery that lasts a long time.

    • D. 

      I don't mind changing the batteries frequently. I want something that is very popular and cheap and easy to upgrade.

  • 6. 
    Almost Useless Ejuice guide:Light smoker - less than 10 analogs a day - Low ejuice 6mg -10mgModerate smoker - 10-20 analogs a day -  Medium ejuice 10mg-20mgHeavy smoker - 20+ analogs a day - Medium to high ejuice 20mg-36mgGet sampler packs of juices in a range of strengths and flavors. Expect to be surprised by what you like and dislike. Few people are fans of standard prefilled carts that come with the starter kits. Get some blank carts or cartomizers and add your own juice. It's cheaper and it tastes much better.A final question to help you decide:
    • A. 

      I will probably only choose fruit, candy and/or menthol flavors.

    • B. 

      I want to use cartomizers exclusively.

    • C. 

      I want to use a drip tip.

    • D. 

      I want tons of flavorful vapor.