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    Is It Safe To Buy Ecigs Online? | IndoorSmokers

    what stores carry electronic cigarettes

    25 comments to Is It Safe To Buy Ecigs Online? | IndoorSmokers

    • Swole Jesus

      I personally only buy e-cig related items online from eBay. I find that the
      site provides the best deals typically for clone mods and attys and box
      mods that I typically buy and they are highly reputable stores on there
      with 10,000+ feedback to make sure everything goes smoothly. For e-juice I
      stick with local stores because I like to sample the juice first. I’ve
      never had a bad experience buying anything vaping related online when it
      comes to safety of information

    • IndoorSmokers

      If You Got The Time, I Got the Vape!

    • loadingoo1

      Always buy from websites that use paypal for there checkout you do NOT have
      to have to have a paypal to use paypal as a checkout

    • Martin McCraven

      No offense Indoor, but I would think someone who has been vaping as long as
      you would know a little more about good e liquid. All the stuff you suggest
      is starter liquid, especially Mt. Baker. I understand you’re not into mechs
      and rebuildables, but we all use e juice and your juice game is weak. You
      owe it to all the new vapers to step it up a bit. Again, no offense
      intended, just wanna see people be successful. 

    • clint551121

      Sux, just happened to be flipping through channels today and stopped on Fox
      news. Right when they happened to be talking about a new study out
      about vaping. They said a new study showed high traces of fermeldahyde, a
      known carcinogen, when vaping on higher watts. None was found on lower
      watts they said. Just passing a long what I saw today on the news to all my
      fellow Vapers. Look it up for yourself if you want to see the whole thing.
      Not sure how to do the link thing. 

    • Michael Javert

      I have been screwed a few times online, but the bank has usually been good
      about giving me the money back that I’ve lost. I would say about 5 bad
      experiences in my lifetime, so far. Just have to be careful. Blu Cigs was
      also my first about 5 years ago. I really liked their original kits with
      the smooth packs and they looked nice, felt nice. Just major issues with
      their batteries and charge packs, but the vape pens vape their cartomizers
      nicely. I like their Vivid Vanilla and their Cherry Crush. Proprietary to
      Blu Cigs from Johnson Creek.

    • CanWeTalk

      I have bought a lot of ejuice and equipment on line, probably close to
      1,000 dollars or more. I had 1 bottle of ejuice for 10 dollars that was a
      rip off. I ordered a RY4 and they sent menthol. I left 3 or 4 emails and
      called a phone number a few time. I never got an answer.

      I felt the sight was questionable and I bought the ejuice from them
      anyways. The web sight was just so cheaply laid out is the best way I can
      describe it. I knew better than to buy the juice from them and did it

      To solve that problem lol I started listening to this channel and Rip
      Tripper and a few others. From that point on I would only buy from sites
      that I seen reviewed and basically because of what was said here today. I
      let you guys take the chance first lol.

      I mix my own ejuice now and it cost me around $10.00 a month for 50ml
      including replacement coils for my Aspire Nautilus Mini and iclear30.

      Still looking for the perfect flavor.

    • Muhammed Bhamjee

      Hello l, i think the videos are great, up till today what will you say are
      your top 5 mods, tanks and start up kits.

      Thanks for the great videos you need to come to the uk and do a show

    • HerbalKnowledge

      myvaporstore . com has been my favorite, their shipping is ridiculously
      fast and fair prices for the newest stuff

    • Delton C

      Got some juices ordered from Mt. Vapor. Thanks for the link bud!

    • john kingsford

      The only problem I’ve had when shopping online for vape related things is
      the clones drives me nuts, so it’s off to the manufacturer’s web site to
      find a list of authorised retailers. In the UK most things arrive between
      1-3 days after ordering, lol I’m looking out for the postman right now for
      my Kanger sub tank mini. 

    • dmob420

      most of the sites in the usa are safe. your credit card will be fine and
      even if something bad happends, the cc company will not charge you for
      the fraudulent charges. If you still don’t feel comfortable then use
      paypal. lots of hardware sites except paypal. as far as juice goes, i have
      only found 1 store that takes paypal when buying juice and its in the usa.

    • Hunne Bunne

      Thank you for the links. I am one of the people out there that was a bit
      worried about sites to go to. Don’t see a problem anymore. Thanks to you
      providing some links for all of us that will start shopping for our vape
      stuff. It’s hard in the area I live in…cause we only have one vape shop.
      Seems like everytime I go in there…they are out of what I am wanting. But
      this will help me out now. Thanks again IndoorSmokers!!!!

    • Hulu Lu

      Today you lost me and my Subscription and hopefully a lot of others too…

      As many as possible should support their local B&M’s especially those who
      are actually fighting the politicians and the stupid regulations they are
      trying to force down over your head. Only buy things online that are hard
      to get by in your local community.

      Just because OP is a sad cheap ass pot head that can’t be bothered getting
      out the door doesn’t mean you should be the same. And he is actually proud
      of the fact that most of his gear is bought online (gotten for free for
      reviews) that made me shiver. WTF! Remember how much money you are saving
      by quitting the CIGS… use that money to support your local shops,
      otherwise you are an real asshole and have part of the death of this


    • inkitatus1

      Surprised you didn’t mention I’ve been shopping there for over
      a year,nearly 80 purchases with no problems. Far cheaper than elsewhere, &
      it’s where many online shops,especially eBay sellers get their stock from.
      Delivery ain’t quick,but postage is free… Highly recommended!

    • amacm69

      Half of the sites alert virus protection lol I like going to my local vape
      shop talk to owners. I use you to see what I want 

    • BeeGeeBeatz

      “A little something for the homies” hahahahaha this dude is the fucking
      best. Always making your vids fun to watch while learning. You make the
      best vids man. Shout out from Brooklyn ny

    • loung3act

      I live in the UK and I’ve been buying online for around 10 years and never
      had a problem. Mostly I use Amazon. However my vaping needs tend to take me
      to new sites for e-juice and such. My favourite juices right now are sold
      by Digby’s. Not sure if they sell in the US though.

    • Brandon Bragg

      DON’T SHOP ON EBAY. Other than that, DON’T SHOP ON EBAY. That’s about the
      best advice I can give to someone interested in shopping online. Ebay is
      great for a lot of things. Vape related merch is not one of those things.
      I’ve gotten all kinds of fake Kanger stuff from Ebay from coils to tanks
      to pretty much everything. Ebay seemed like the most safe place to go at
      first but overall the fake overpriced stuff is a game killer for me. I’ve
      never had a problem with any vape site I’ve used (granted I try to use
      sites that are designed well and have contact information readily
      available). I almost quit vaping when I started because I bought a fake
      VAMO from Ebay, I realized when comparing it to a friends that it was a
      fake(after burning up all my cheapo tanks that I had at the time). 

    • Marcus Huculak

      Wow, a lot of hate for Mt. Baker, I’ve been really impressed with them.
      They actually make my ADV — I prefer their Salacious Strawberry to a lot
      of the premium ejuices I’ve got from zamplebox–and I’ve got a LOT of good
      juice from zample.

      Yes, taste is subjective, but when someone rants and raves about how good a
      juice is, there’s a good chance it’s quality. I tried the Pocono’s Black
      Cherry Berry on Indo’s say-so and I’m glad I did, and my favourite
      zamplebox flavours have got a lot of rave reviews on zamplebox’s FB group.

      I’ve also had good experience with hangarvape — again ordering more of
      what I got in a zamplebox — but it depends on the specific flavour. They
      make 2 of my favourites, but one of them was so bad I described it as “A
      mix of sauerkraut and motor oil with a faint aftertaste of ass” (Only to be
      told that it was a really popular flavour)

    • Chi-town57

      Recently bought our MVP 20W units from VaporBeast, very happy with them.
      Been doing DIY juice for almost a year and getting some flavors from Mt
      Baker Vapor but bought ready made juices from them before we went DIY.


      ebay is a good place with buyer protection. Also paypal is a staple online,
      only one company has your card info, and they watch your back. Paypal has
      saved me a few times from devious sellers as well. Over 10 years and I
      trust no one but paypal for paying. Also the sites promoted here are
      trusted sites.

    • Artur Pitanga

      Like much this guy. Always coming back to our “noob doubts” haha.

    • Rob Jones

      Its sad that people in 2015 are still worried about buying online, but that
      the way it goes I guess. I’ve made multiple purchases from FastTech,
      FocalEcig, HealthCabin and eBay and never had an issue. For people who
      don’t live in the states, these are affordable, reputable companies that
      supply great products. I’ve also dealt with a number of Australian based
      and US based companies and never had any problems. In countries where B&Ms
      are not common, online is sometimes the only option and it really is a
      great option.

    • Dakota Kunkle

      I keep a second bank account for my online purchases with only like a few
      hundred bucks in it at all times. If anyone ever makes a purchase with my
      card I ain’t worries about 100 or so dollars and just cancel the card and
      get a new one. This being said I’ve never had any problems and I buy almost
      everything from the Internet