Thursday, September 23, 2010

eGo USB batteries are in stock !

Another innovative idea from JoyeTech.  The eGo USB battery (eGo USB Battery) has a small cap on the end.  Once removed a USB mini connection is revealed.  Simply plug the included 5ft long cable into the eGo USB battery and the other end into your computers USB port (2.0 recommended) or other USB power source and your battery will act as a passthrough while it re-charges.

Coupled with our car cigarette lighter to USB power adapter (Car lighter to USB adapter) you will have a very convenient and versatile setup!

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Thursday, September 2, 2010

So how did everyone get started with electronic cigarettes?

I'd be curious to hear stories from you about how you were introduced to electronic cigarettes or how you stumbled across them.

Like a lot of people, I bought my first e-Cigarette starter kit in the mall for $139.99.  It was a SmokingEverywhere Gold 2.0.  Two batteries, -one- atomizer, a wall charger and 5 cartridges.  I must say I do miss that Cofee flavor they had.  It was a nice sweet sugary tasting coffee and I just absolutely loved the stuff.  I've never been able to find it again.

The second day I had my e-Cig starter kit, I broke the atomizer.  Let's just say a paperclip is NOT a good tool to use to clean your atomizer.  That happened over a weekend so I had to wait until Monday to get a new one.  $29.99 for the atomizer, holy crap, but I was back in e-Cig utopia.

I quickly started trying other models and vendors.  I bought my first DSE901 starter kit from Phil at e-SmokeyTreats.  That was a nice e-Cigarette and I think I still have one of the original batteries around here somewhere.  It's almost two years old now!

After that I went kinda crazy and was buying everything I could get my hands on.  It turns into a hobby of sorts but it's fun to tinker with the stuff.

18 months have gone by since I started my own business.  700+ products and a great group of customers has made it worth every late night.  Joye 510's, Joye eGo's, DSE901's, DSE801's, KR808D-1's, mod batteries,

But back to my original post...what's your story?