ESmoking101 Focuses on Helping People Kick the Habit

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 16, 2013

Electronic cigarettes are tobacco free, so they are healthier to smoke than normal cigarettes, which consist of many different harmful chemicals. Smoking can kill and there is no denying that fact. When people smoke normal cigarettes, they are slowly destroying their health. A tobacco cigarette not only puts the smoker in harms way, it also pollutes the environment and causes non-smokers to breathe in dangerous second-hand smoke.

With e-cigarettes, there is no actual smoke being released into the air, so the dangers of second-hand smoke are gone. The purpose of e-cigarettes is to help smokers kick the nasty habit. A site that goes by the name of E Smoking 101 recently launched with one goal in mind – to help people quit smoking. offers <a target="_blank" href="” rel=”nofollow”>electronic cigarette reviews that are 100% legit and unbiased. Individuals who would like to try an ecig are encouraged to visit the site in order to learn more about the different types of electronic cigarettes available. The site has a special <a target="_blank" href="” rel=”nofollow”>e-cigarette FAQ section, where individuals can get the facts. The frequently asked questions cover topics such as:

    The Idea Behind an e-cigarette
    The Different Parts of the e-cig
    The Nicotine Volume
    How to Refill e-cigs

<a target="_blank" href="” rel=”nofollow”> has testers who try the electronic cigarette, before reviewing it. This way, the reviews are 100% accurate and written by real people. A lot of the e-cigarettes look similar, but they are certainly not equal in terms of quality, which is why it is important to read reviews, before making the purchase.

Along with the reviews, also gives a list of legit sites where the electronic cigarettes can be purchased at an affordable price. More and more individuals are starting to turn to <a target="_blank" href="” rel=”nofollow”>e-smoking in order to quit smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes.

About is all about reviews on electronic cigarettes. Each product they have reviewed on their site is thoroughly tested.’s goal is to help individuals choose the most suitable e-cigarette and quit smoking those harmful tobacco cigarettes.

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need some help. tank keeps giving me burn hits

Awesome sigelei mod. Not the $150, but the $70 mod. Still pretty great. Tobeco kayfun tank. V2 I believe. Justlearned to setit up on youtube. Its vaping at 1.9 ohms, I have no idea how to get the resistance down and ivehad so many problems before with dry hits that I’m almost ready to just stop, because I figured this setup would solve my problems butnope. Still can’t vape past 3.8 volts. The wick I’m using is the one that came in the package . That might be the problembut idk. I’m frustrated and I need some advise. Please and thanks!

Getting Juice On Mod

Hey everyone. So I had an oops moment today when dripping.

I over-saturated my cotton without realizing it. I set my IPV down and a couple minutes later I came back and there was juice leaking down the side of the mod. I freaked out and immediately wiped it off.

It seems to be working fine but I was just wondering if any damage would be immediately noticeable or if it’s just something that happens to everyone and isn’t a big deal?


Cheap alternative to SJ Eclipse?

I’ve tried a fair number of <a href="”>liquids so far, and lately I’ve been drawn to sweet tobacco flavors (Eclipse is just about perfect, in terms of sweetness and such). To date, my favorite <a href="”>liquid is Space Jam’s Eclipse. The problem is that I’m on unemployment and barely scraping by, so $1/ml is a bit much right now. So I was wondering if anyone knows of a <a href="”>liquid that compares to Eclipse, but perhaps not quite as expensive?

For context, I generally like complex flavors. I find that most in tobacco flavors, but I also like a small minority of others such as Five Pawns. Unfortunately most dessert flavors don’t hold my interest; I’m not sure exactly what it is about Five Pawns that I like compared to others. I also like most of Halo’s stuff and Mountain Oak Outlaw. I’ve not really cared much for most of the RY4s that I’ve tried (I mostly just find them boring); I got a 30ml bottle of an RY4 a few months ago and only used half of it. I don’t like candy flavors. I’d be open to "if you like those, you’d love this" kind of recommendations as well.

I’m sure people are sick of this kind of thread, so I appreciate your time and any recommendations.

Advice on RBA that doesn’t leak?

Howdy folks,

Been vaping about 3 months from a pack/day and see no going back. I’ve taken the path most traveled from ego starter kit to building my own coils in a Kayfun on mech mod. I just can’t get away from the Nautilus tanks/BVC coils because they are so fail-safe. I built all types of microcoils with various wicks in the Kayfun and just kept getting leaks. Can I get some advice on a RBA tank or dripper that doesn’t leak in any situation? I know the leaks are largely based on how I build the setup, but I want an easy button. Thanks!

Plume Veil 1.5 problem/question

Well, I received my new authentic Plume Veil 1.5 today and I can’t seem to get the threaded delrin portion of the top cap (that holds the drip tip and controls the upper airflow) to unscrew. I’m hesitant to get too rough with it and damage it so I figured I’d ask if anyone else has had this problem and if there’s some trick to getting it loose? It’s like someone screwed it in as tight as they possibly could before packaging it.

Can someone tell me which way it unscrews (to remove it from the top cap) IF you’re looking down on it from the top/drip tip side? I’ve been assuming a counter-clockwise rotation, of the little bit (of delrin) that sticks out of the top cap, will loosen it and eventually it’ll come loose and drop out of the bottom of the top cap. Is this correct?

:confused:Any help would sure be appreciated!

Anyone own a Fat Snow Wolf? Battery question.

I really want one. Idk why exactly I just do. I think they’re friggin cool looking, so yeah. Anyway, I know that they come stock with 2 or 3 different positive pins, which makes for terrible (practically nonexistent) battery rattle adjustment. If someone owns one and has found a battery/atomizer combination that has that satisfying perfect fit, could you share your experiences? I’m more interested in which battery you’ve found that fits well, as that’s the real issue. I’d rather buy a slightly longer battery and then use the majority of my RDA’s than get one that’s a little too short and then only be able to use my Tugboat v2 or maybe my Tobh. Thanks in advance for reading and/or commenting!