what are e-cig starter kits?

Question by LND: what are e-cig starter kits?
do they come with something that doesn’t get thrown away? from what i understand every part of the e-cig gets thrown away, what does the starter kit have in it that lasts forever? heh, yea i’m really new to this but i can’t find that information anywhere else. i ordered a joye 510 starter kit and im gonna order a PCC, is that all i need along with the starter kit?

thanks!
oh also i’ll add, i ordered some more atomizers batteries and e juice

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Answer by El Alex *Reppin T-dot*
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The world of smoking was changed forever with the introduction of the ECig. It has been called nice things like “the next generation of smoking”. Manufacturers also claim it can help a person quit smoking, and still smoke.

The E Cig uses liquid nicotine cartridges and an electric vaporizer. A small battery inside the body of the E Cig heats a coil inside of it that turns the liquid nicotine into nicotine vapor. So smokers get the nicotine they crave, without all the harmful additions that came with smoking tobacco.

There are many obvious advantages to the E Cigarette.

All that comes out of the E Cigarette is vapor that quickly disappears.

As a smoking cessation device, the E Cig has many promising possibilities, as long as the person wants to quit, and can get the help they need.

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Comments

  1. Lisa says

    Well, yeah – you’ll keep the charger LOL (until it too eventually dies)
    Pretty much the whole thing will be cycled through as in when the atty dies you’ll replace it using the old batteries, then when they die…. you get the picture. A 510 is a great little pv so you should be happy with it and a PCC is a must. The only other accessory you might want to look at would be a passthrough for vaping at your computer if you tend to be there a lot. But it’s not a necessity and a charger for your car incase you need to recharge on the go.
    It sounds like you really need some more information than anything else. There is a learning curve with e-cigs, so if you can’t just put down your regular smokes in a day or 3 or 4 – don’t sweat it. Give it time. Some people do, others have to finish the cigs they have in the house (*ahem, me*) I suggest you read up on e-cigs in some forums. They are one of the best resources we have to share stories and information and help trouble shoot any problems etc.
    Here’s a couple I find very helpful but there are plenty of others
    Vapersforum.com
    nu-vapor.com
    e-cigarette-forum.com

    They all have links to reputable vendors too.

    Good Luck & Happy Vaping