Luxury Vaping 101: Stepping Up Your Vape Gear

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Here’s a video from Pegasus1337 about vapers who are ready to take the next step in vaping. For those of you who have decided to upgrade your gear in order to get the best possible vaping experience, read on.

The video shows us what is needed in order to have the necessary tools for vape gear that is equivalent to that which is being used by hardcore enthusiasts.

I think it is awesome to talk about how exciting it is to upgrade your vaping gear in order to get a much more personalized vape experience. I published a similar post giving advice to people who were ready to buy their first mod.

Another great thing about this video is that all of the materials in this video are “easy on the pockets.” They can be purchased all from one site which is FastTech. ***Warning: For those who are not familiar with FastTech, let’s just say their “Free Shipping” is notoriously known for being a little behind in shipping time. You can pay an additional charge if you must have your gear ASAP.

What You’ll Need

First, you want to buy your tools for building. You will need:

1. A toolkit – A small toolkit like this is good enough. ($4.38)

2. A torch – To heat Kanthal wire. ($9.90)

3. Nail clippers – Yes, nothing works better than this. Just in case you don’t an extra one lying around. ($1.74)

The Set-Ups

Here are 2 set-ups from the video which I think looks good, performs well, and doesn’t break the bank. It doesn’t really matter which one you pick, both are well worth the money.

1. Nemesis + Kayfun 3.1 or Russian 91% + Variable Voltage Kick – The Nemesis is beautiful, doesn’t really matter which one you get. We also want the Kayfun 3.1 or Russian 91% in particular because of the adjustable airflow. ($57.09- $57.46)

Tutorial for this set up:

2. Chi You + Aqua Atomizer Kit (dual coil set-up) – For those who are more into cloud production, here’s a crazy dual coil tank system. For this build, use 30 gauge kanthal wire ONLY. ($41.21)

Tutorial for this set up:

I like how the most you will ever spend on these set ups is $60, but if we were to buy the original it would cost us hundreds of dollars. But who knows, this might be the start for you into a future hobby.





Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!


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