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I'm thinking of taking up vaping (I recently quit smoking cigarettes). Problem is, most vaping kits seem tacky or too conspicuous. Any recommendations gratefully received -- including recommendations for paraphernalia like leather cases and such like.
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Nothing? Did I violate some norm of American puritanism? This place is not as fun as it used to be.
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^ word.
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Pretty sure this is impossible...

 

Smoke, or don't smoke. There is no vape. :alien:

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Can't believe I missed a thread on vaping biggrin.gif

If you want to vape in style, I'd look for a GP Piccoloid setup from Vapourart.

Mechanical mod, and it uses a 14500 battery so it's nice and slim.



I think that's about as close as you'll get to something that's stylish. GP is top notch design, but the neither the Piccolo mod nor the Spheroid atomizer have been cloned, so be prepared to pay for them.

The cloud chucking neckbeards have ruined this hobby, and the mechanical mod market has been pretty much abandoned in favor of regulated mods that are ugly as sin.

I don't have a Piccoloid but do cobble together some decent looking setups with tube mechs in 18350 mode and customized Kayfun Lites.

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