Innokin 134 – Macho, Macho eCig

I’ve reviewed my fair share of e-cigarettes for women. Innokin’s iTaste 134 seems to be a device designed specifically to be manly.  Sure, many e-cigarettes by default are manly. But, the big, hulking iTaste model seems to be built with the idea of being extra manly with its odd look and rugged design.  Read the rest of the Innokin iTaste 134 to see if you’re man enough to vape with this thing. [stextbox id=”info” caption=”Product Details”]
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KMAX Review – Shiny and Telescopic

Telescoping, variable wattage and voltage advanced personal vaporizers are all starting to blur together to me, there are so many.  What great times we live in!  The KMax is another entry in this category, and its good looks help it to stand out.  But, does the performance match the style? Read the KMax review to find out the details.
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777 eCigs Magnum Line Review

Today, I’m going to attempt a trio of e-cigarettes from 777 eCig’s new Magnum lineup. The Magnum is the company’s new offering of eGo-style e-cigarettes that feature a bottom coil clearomizer and three different style of batteries.  I decided to roll all three into the same review because they are fairly similar, and I hope I can keep from confusing everyone.  If you’re ready, so am I. Let’s get this 777 eCigs Magnum review underway!
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SmokTech SiD Review – Simple Variable Wattage

The SmokTech SiD is another entry in the variable wattage category. I remember a time when variable wattage advanced personal vaporizers were kind of exotic.  Now you can get your e-cigarette with variable wattage in almost any form factor and price point imaginable.  SmokTech has a new model out aimed and the budget-minded vaper.  Let us review the SiD and find out if it’s a good solution, or if you should save up for something else.
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Sigelei Telescoping ZMAX V3 – Expand your Horizon

The Sigelei ZMAX is a versatile and high-performing advanced personal vaporizer. The V2 version of the ZMAX I reviewed before allowed switching between single and dual batteries through the use of a second end cap. The V3 ZMAX not only keeps the single or dual battery mode, but lets you use all manner of batteries through the use of a telescoping tube. No extra end cap required. We’ll take a look at the new feature in this Sigelei Telscoping ZMAX review.
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V4L Dial-A-Volt Review – Vari Volt on Autopilot

Vapor4Life has stepped up its large and specialty e-cigarette game lately. I’ve reviewed a few devices from V4L in the past. Most of the devices are their take on stuff that’s already been on the market. They are very selective about what they release, but the Dial-a-Volt is part of that general mode of operation. Read the Dial-A-Volt review and find out if it’s a good one to put their stamp on.
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