So my journey into analog cigarettes started when I was 10 years old.  It was a time when I saved my lunch money to be able to go and buy a pack of cigarettes.  It eventually turned into a pack a day habit.

Been smoke free since Thanksgiving 2015.  Tried many different electronic cigarettes and it wasn’t until I found box mods that I was able to completely give up my analog cigarette.  The ego 510’s were just not enough vapor to satisfy my need.  So on the Monday before Thanksgiving I received my Sigeli 150W TC in the mail.  I went a couple days with just that and for some reason I told myself I had some analogs left over and decided to have one Thanksgiving night.  Well I took two puffs off of it and couldn’t stand the taste of it.  I have not looked back.

I tried a few different tanks before I found the Smoktech TFV4 tank system to find one that didn’t leak and had great flavor, the top fill feature is also a nice one to have.  So now I have a couple Sigeli Elite II tanks and a Sense Herakles tank as backup tanks.  Then I decided to get the Wismec Realeaux RX200 box mod and with the TC for different coil materials has been a great mod to get for me.  With the RX200 3.0 firmware upgrade it also allows for manual control for the TCR which now opens up this box for any coil material.  I have also gotten into RDA’s some.  I first bought the Royal Hunter by Council of Vapors RDA and was happy with it.  I then bought the Hannya by Blitz postless RDA which has been great to build on.  Wanting to see what other RDA’s that were out there I got the Aspire Pro by Council of Vapors, the IGO W6 quad coil RDA, and the Tugboat RDA by Flawless. Needless to say this has become my new addiction albeit a healthier one.  I am soon to be getting a Noisy Cricket as well as a Competition Cap for the Tugboat from Flawless.  My liquid collection seems to be ever growing even though I go through it like water. I also now have a Noisy Cricket as well as a Competition Cap for the Tugboat from Flawless.  My liquid collection seems to be ever growing even though I go through it like water.