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V2 Cigs E-Liquid Guide

Filed in Vaporpedia by on October 26, 2011 62 Comments

What is E-Liquid?

Also called  eLiquid, Juice, E-Juice, Nicotine Fluid, smoke juice, etc.  E-Liquid is the nicotine or non-nicotine solution used your electronic cigarette.  V2 Flavor cartridges are pre-filled with e-Liquid. You can open a used cartridge and add more e-liquid or purchase V2 blank cartridges and fill them yourself.

What is dripping?

Dripping in the electronic cigarette world is the process of manually adding e-liquid solution to your cartridge or cartomizer.  It’s an affordable and easy way to refill used cartridges and fill your own blank cartridges.

Why use E-liquid?

  • E-liquid is ideal for people who use e-cigs frequently and go through cartridges quickly
  • E-liquid is less expensive than pre-filled cartridges and saves money
  • Ideal for people who have repeat problems with their cartridges losing “taste”
  • It gives you more control over product performance
  • It can give you more vapor, better taste and throat hit

How many times can I refill my V2 cartridges?

Cartridges can be refilled from 5 to as many as 20 times depending on several factors including voltage, vaping style and type of e-juice. Refill as soon as the vapor amount is reduced or the flavor starts to change. To maintain your cartridges, don’t let them dry out. Dry cartridges can burn and ruin the taste. It is not recommended to re-use a cartridge once it has a “burnt” taste.

How long will my filled cartridge last?

A well-saturated cartridge will usually last for a day or much longer, depending on how much you use it, voltage and vaping style.

What if I mix the flavors?

If you add a new flavor of V2 e-liquid to a prefilled cartridge without cleaning, the flavors will mix. Use your imagination to create your own custom flavor! Adding Menthol to a chocolate cartridge will produce a chocolate mint. Make vanilla mint by adding menthol or peppermint to a vanilla prefilled cartridge.

Can I clean my cartridges?

Some people clean their cartridges to extend their life or if they want to change flavors. There are many ways to do this including cleaning, washing and boiling them. You can also remove and replace the filler. Check Youtube for demonstrations on how to do this. V2 Cigs will soon release our own instructional videos on the subject.

How do I fill my cartridges with E-liquid?

There are many ways to add e-liquid to your cartridge. We will be highlighting just a few of them. The trick is to find the easiest and most convenient method for you.

Before you start:

Proceed with caution.  Light, medium and full strength V2 Premium E-Liquid contain nicotine, which can be absorbed through the skin and cause irritation. Wash exposed areas well with water and do not ingest liquid. Store your e-liquid away from children and pets and always close bottle securely to ensure a safety seal.

V2 Drip Tip (recommended as easiest method)

  • Remove white cartridge end cap by inserting small tool (tweezer, paperclip or toothpick work well) into small center hole and prying off
  • Attach a V2 Drip Tip to the mouthpiece end of your cartridge
  • Drip e-liquid  directly into drip tip hole
  • Remove drip tip and wait for e-liquid to absorb fully for 20 minutes OR
  • Keep drip tip on and vape through the drip tip. This is good for people who refill often and like the soft rubber drip tip (simulates a soft filter feel in the mouth–for those who like to sink their teeth into their e-cig)

Drip Method #1

  • Remove any rubber safety caps from your cartridge and ensure the battery is not attached.
  • The white cap on top of your cartridge is removable. Fit something small like a paperclip end into the intake hole in the middle and gently pry the cap off.  If you see circular O-ring, pull it out.
  • Inside, you will see a center post and white filler surrounding it. Do not add liquid to the center post.
  • Fill the dropper in the V2 e-liquid cap fully.
  • Holding your cartridge at an angle, carefully drip e-liquid around the inside edge of the cartridge until filler is wet. For a new cartridge, this will take 10-18 drops.
  • You may need to do this several times, letting the filler soak up the liquid in between drops
  • Replace white cap and clean off any e-liquid around the edge
  • It is recommended to let sit for 20 minutes before use

A variation on Drip Method #1

  • Add 5-6 droplets in circular pattern to open cartridge
  • Hold the cartridge steady at a 70 degree angle and continue adding 3 drops at a time
  • Wait for e-liquid to absorb
  • Total e-liquid: about 15-20 drops

The Condom Method

Not that type of condom. Condoms are the little rubber safety caps on new cartridges–save them.

  • Squeeze 6-10 drops of e-liquid into one condom
  • Push the filled condom all the way onto the mouth-end of an empty cartridge
  • Juice will be forced into the cartridge
  • Place another empty condom onto the threaded end of the cartridge
  • To prevent juice leakage, you can do the Taryn Spin (below)

The Taryn Spin

  • Use a V2 lanyard or  some other modified equivalent
  • Place your filled and condomed cartridge inside
  • Spin
  • The centrifugal force will force liquid into the filler
  • Do not spin with the battery attached!

The Direct Drip

  • Plug cartridge thread end with a condom
  • Remove white mouthpiece end cap and any O-ring with paper clip or tweezers
  • Stand cartridge up, with open end facing up
  • Squeeze drops of e-liquid down the walls of the cartridge (15-20 drops)
  • Replace O-ring (if present) and mouthpiece end cap
  • Cover with condom and let sit for at least 20 minutes
  • Make sure threads are dry before replacing on battery

Another easy method

  • Fill condom or small plastic cap halfway with e-liquid
  • Carefully drop threaded end of cartridge into cap
  • cartridge will slowly absorb e-liquid from the bottom up

The Reverse Drip (ideal for quickly topping off)

  • Remove cartridge from battery
  • Carefully drip e-liquid into threaded cartridge hole
  • You will see liquid “disappear” into hole
  • Don’t fill too fast or liquid will spill into cartridge threads
  • Clean off any residue
  • Let sit for a few minutes before use


  • To avoid getting e-liquid into the center post, insert a toothpick into the post to cover it
  • If e-liquid gets into the center post, simply place a napkin on the screw end of the cartridge and blow out into the cartridge from the mouthpiece end
  • Blow on cartridge a few times after refilling to expel extra e-juice
  • Avoid over-filling which causes a waste and a gunky battery connector
  • Refilling your cartomizer too many times may wear out the filler, resulting in a burnt taste
  • Freshen your cartomizer by running warm water through it and let dry a full 24 hours before filling

Have you found an easy way to fill your cartridges or have tips not mentioned here? Send your favorite methods to to add to the V2 Cigs E-Liquid Guide.


Comments (62)

  1. Albie says:

    I just want to start off that V2 truley is the best E-CIG out there! I’ve tryed a few out and nothing compares. Also I have tryed quiting cigerattes for sometime now and thanks to V2 I have been 34 days w/0 smoking real cigerattes and it really feels great!

    However . . . .

    One thing that concerns me is how so many states, people in power, & just plain assholes are trying to ban the use of E-cigs and alot of there reasoning is from people shoveing it in others faces. Everyone, we should always respect others and make sure the ppl around us dont mind us “vaping” before puffing away. 9 out of 10 times that I ask to use my E Cig is always a sure thing and the person or person’s ask about it and I (more then willingly) educate them in the whole electric cig situation and almost all those people have no problem with it. If only we ALL do this then there shouldnt be anyone against “vaping”.

    So please everyone, just be mindful of where you are & just respectful to the people around you and noone should bother us!

    • Emme says:

      Also have to remember it is not always just people. Instance in New Jersey banning of cigarettes as a state law also included e-cigarette so unfortunately that’s just the band not exist so bartenders and people are just following the law the New Jersey has . Is also not right for people with e-cigarette’s to think they are above the law if they want to get it changed that’s great but as of now it’s not the case. Unfortunately other states have similar laws that include e-cigarette’s in there being a regular cigarettes

    • Kevin says:

      In regard to having respect for others, I do myself vape however I still don’t when I am close to my 8 year old nephew out of respect. We both were in an elevator while at the beach and this girl who was vaping her lungs out had the most foul smelling e-liquid ever and she did fill the elevator to choke everyone. I didn’t like it and I buried my nephews face into a beach towel. I totally agree with asking permission or dang that girl could have waited the 45 second ride and take it to the lobby or outside since that is where we were all going anyway. I just would never do that and I think that even though some say they don’t see the vape some do still smell strongly so to me the smell can be just as bad as a regular cig. Permission and Respect. Hope everyone gets it…!!

      • Kristin says:

        I completely agree, we don’t use our e-cigs in front of our kids and I really dislike it when people smoke anything neat them. It may be harmless, but the vapor is still a health issue for people with asthma, and upsetting to many people. I can smell the e-cig vapor, so being polite and respectful of others will go a long way towards social acceptance of e-cigs and make everyone better off.

  2. Sherry says:

    I just vaped on Jet Blue, they announced at the beginning of the flight that it was ok. People who are offended or bothered by electronic cigarettes are drama queens and attention seekers. Until they ban or make laws against vaping you should just try behaving yourself and acting like an adult. Of course, that is if you really are one. It’s hard to tell.

  3. Sherry says:

    I took a Jet Blue flight in October 2012 and the flight attendant announced at the beginning of the flight that e-cigs were ok to use. I still was polite and asked the person next to me and they were ok with it. Can you give me a link to the “law”? The DOT was proposing bans on it back in 2011 but I can’t find anything that says that it is now “against the law”.

  4. Derek says:

    In my opinion, it is a common courtesy to ask permission if it is alright to vape in any establishment, and if permission is granted to ask the people who are around you if they would mind if you use your e-cig. Almost always questions arise from the people around us about the e-cig. Be mindful that the e-cig is a “new” product and not many know too much about so being an embassador for the e-cig is important. This product has changed mine and countless other lives of people who were slaves of the “smoked” tobacco cig. Sharing the imformation we have with others about the e-cig is paramount to the eventual, widespread acceptance to vape where ever we need to.

  5. Patrick says:

    john, if you’re trying to inform people about the nature of the product, you’re no better if your explanation amounts to telling people it’s “hollywood smoke”. How does that ensure anybody that their product is safe? Instead, how about let’s insist on the actual scientific facts, that the smoke is a liquid medium of liquid and propylene glycol, which according to wikipedia-

    “Propylene glycol is considered Generally Recognized As Safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and it is used as an humectant (E1520), solvent, and preservative in food and for tobacco products, as well as being the major ingredient in the liquid used in electronic cigarettes.”

    “The acute oral toxicity of propylene glycol is very low”

    “Inhalation of the propylene glycol vapors appears to present no significant hazard in ordinary applications”

  6. DaveB says:

    As far as vaping in public places, always ask first just to be on the safeside. There is no reason to get kicked out of a place that will not allow you to even vape. Why should we be treated any better then someone who still smokes? They have to wait until they leave and so can you.

    Go to the restroom, sit on the toilet, take a med toke and inhale it. Hold it in your lungs 10 to 15 seconds and exhale. NO Vape will come out. Try it.

    • Emme says:

      I agree that’s a good point I mean heck you can blow it into your hand and it’ll dissipate and no one will see the smoke. Far as the person who said people who don’t like it or drama queen there’s no reason for people who smoking cigarettes to be dramatic about it either when it can be well hidden

  7. Dragonfly says:

    I just ordered the BETA V2 LiquiMax Blanks and am anxiously awaiting their arrival. I decided on trying them due to the fact that I’m tired of waiting for the regular/used cartridges to absorb the fluid. Not only do I hate waiting I am not satisfied with the end result. This is only MY opinion. I will post after trying them or if someone else has tried them please post about your experience! Thanks

  8. James Oliver says:

    @Patrick and @John
    as someone who writes and blogs about ecigs almost full time i keep an eye on new terms trending for e-cigs that people are using… as the entire space is still new in the grand scheme of things many items from e-cigs (electric, electronic, smokeless, vapor, water vapor) and just E-
    are all very commonly used – while i agree there is some danger in using terms like water vapor (to a significant degree it still is accurate as a general term, but i agree that to pro-vaping side of the line, really doesnt need any more ammo for those who would love to stomp out the entire e-cig from existence later this spring….) sorry to say though i think given the pretty irreversible nature of the web, and the desperation of those opposition – who have countless times already grasped to contradictory or nonsensical (but somehow moderately attached to ‘real’ science – ie. cite poor past studies or draw ridiculous conclusions without looking at other studies they pick and choose which are and which arent considered valid for consideration…

    i still have my doubts they can pull off a movement this far along with this many people – Americans – including a good selection of celebs who i expect in some cases would make some noise on the topic (it helps, and anything that can help is needed)… also some MDs – if you havent read dr. M Seigel’s tobaccoanalysis blogspot com blog – is fantastic… and there are people from every walk of life, including politicians and many more and with numbers totaling something like 5million + usa VAPOR CIGARETTE / SMOKELESS CIGARETTE as alternatives to ecig electronic cigarette, i think both of these two are very good synonyms both are accurate and sound good in my opinion…

    @Patrick – i agree with the issue you raise of ‘hollywood smoke’ ive heard people call it disco smoke too – and though certainly it has in common with fog machines that pg is used – its all too dangerous to make one way comparisons as was evident with the trick of logic in the still quoted ‘antifreeze’ crap… just because pg (or IPG … industrial pg) is in some kinds of antifreeze, it doesnt mean antifreeze is in pg/e liquid…

    its like saying the school bus is yellow, therefore all things that are yellow are busses – a cliche of silly screwy logic

    but it sure doesnt seem to stop to anti-vaping tools or those manipulation through them stop using whatever tacky means and anything else they can possibly dredge up no matter how questionable or hypothetical the assertion they will be swinging… it makes me frustrated as i wish (being in canada i already live in country that sold out before the thing ever had a chance to start – most people here still never heard of ecigs frankly and i find it pathetic and sad…) those in support and in higher positions of strategic ability within the vaping community and vendors and everyone involved – i hope some of you guys are preparing our tacky and shameless weapons as we / you need to come back swinging with ANY THING possible to prevent a tragedy. even if it means stooping as low as required the price is worth it….

  9. John says:

    Sorrry Joe, you may not be a moron(although i suspect you are from your comments) but you are certainly rude. Your comments show a level of stupidity that i would expect from someone who doesnt have a life himself. You obviously need to belittle others to give yourself a feeling of superiority. I almost feel sorry for you, you little, no life a**ho**.

  10. jo says:

    please, V2 company, add some VG to your mix…..

  11. scott says:

    Let’s all do our part to keep vaping legal and as unregulated as possible. We need to be courteous and mindful of others, and not flaunt the fact that we aren’t smoking, and act like we don’t know any better when it comes to breaking out our e-cigs in places where smoking isn’t allowed. Just because it isn’t smoke, and WE know it’s vapor does not mean it’s okay to shove it in other people’s faces. We all started using these products to get off cigarettes-it isn’t a toy to show off with. Just be careful. The whole attitude that some people have about being able to break out their e cig in a Wal-Mart and puff away is going to ruin this for all of us if we aren’t careful. Come on…let’s be smart about this. Regulations are upon us already-do we really have to have laws to tell us not to do things we already know we shouldn’t be doing by virtue of simple common sense?

    • Austin says:

      Your comment stands as the most intelligent comment I’ve ever seen in a comment section. Firm, but not disrespectful. No-nonsense. Color me impressed. That is all I wanted to say.

  12. Andy says:

    Joe, I have taken an ecig onto a plane, and smoked it. Put it right in the little tray when going through security… no problem. However this was a while ago, and they may have a rule against it now (people don’t like seeing “smoke” on a plane). Either way, you can vape wherever you damn well please – it’s not harming anyone.

  13. d mccracken says:

    Hehe u got it thats exactly how i do it too

  14. Steve says:

    Some harsh words ay Joe? Look, if I worried or gave a sh## about what every Tom Dick and Harry thought, then I would be better off staying in-doors at all times.
    To you for the names you call these people….Pha-Q….

    Live free and screw the rest

    • Emme says:

      That’s just a sucky ignorant immature attitude, gave non-smokers the power to get rid of smoking in public places to begin with because most smokers as you are. Need to know the laws in your own state and follow the laws simple as that otherwise with your attitude yes stay home

  15. Ford Prefect says:

    I usually will just simply ask before using. I reside in Missoui and have found the majority of establishments, be them retail stores, restaurants, or lounges have no objections to the use of e-cigs.

    However, at present, to the best of my knowledge, there are currently no laws governing the use of the product. I’m afraid however, given the government’s current anti-smoking policies, it’s only going to be a matter of time.

    F. Prefect

  16. Debb says:

    I have to agree here. If I am in a bind I excuse myself and go to a restroom to use mine and am respectful to non smoking laws. The last thing us vapor smokers need is a reason to get ecigs banned too, though I don’t know why they would be! Discretion ladies & gents.

  17. steve says:

    I am a dealer in a smoke free casino in the state if ohio smoking is banned in all public buldings we have recently allowed the ecig right at the tables

  18. Katrina says:

    I think when we smoke our e-cigarette in public we are educating people because each time we usually have to explain what we are doing. How can we educate the harmless effects of vaping if no one ever learns what vaping is? I think it is more in favor of the acceptance of vaping rather than the possibility of e-cigs getting banned. The thing is, it does not matter how often we smoke our vapes in public. If they get banned, they get banned and there is not a whole lot we can do except mourn. Vaping is so ingenious, designed not only for our better health, but for the removal of offensive smoke and mess to others. Education is key, and we should stick together and not insult each other. Lack of support each other and bad attitudes will get it banned. What is that saying? You attract more bees with honey than you do vinegar.

  19. tom says:

    its not the non smokers every non smoker I know always says good for you why would they care..its thegoverment not selling as many packs of smokes.and kids in school smoking them..and oh yes the drugs being smoked out of hash oil

  20. michael says:

    i seem to be missing the point of this cause smoking just sounds so much easier and cheaper unless ive read this wrong but it seems that for 150. usd i get some batteries and about 8 sigs worth of smoking lol or for 75 usd i buy a carton and get 10 packs of sigs with 20 sigs per pack with this i have liquid / batteries ? am i just not seeing a value to this or is that the point there is none ?

  21. Jim says:

    I work at a major electronics retailer – fixing computers, no less – and nobody has said a word to me about me using my V2 in the store. In fact, they seem to like me a lot more now that I’m not sneaking out for five minute breaks and coming back reeking of smoke.

    As a courtesy, I don’t vape near customers’ computers, simply because it IS water after all, and we want to minimize liability on all fronts! In the break room and even on the sales floor of all places, nobody bats an eyelash.

    I live and work in Pennsylvania, which has very stringent indoor smoking laws. Only legitimate bars restricting access to those 18+ (think hookah bars) and some (but not all) tobacconists are exempt…I do worry about the future of legislation regarding e-cigs, though, but for now I’m content to just sit back and vape and continue responding to negative comments with “would you prefer I go back to a pack a day?” 🙂

  22. Lesa says:

    Not that I really care to appease those who don’t care to educate themselves or those who just want to complain no matter what there is or isn’t there to be complained about, but I do think one “tactic” for easing e-cigs into the mainstream is to not refer to them as being “smoked” or even refer to them as “cigarettes”. Sure, they are evolved from a “smoked cigarette”, but we, the “vapers” have the power to help vaping evolve into whatever we want it to be. I would love for manufacturers to get entirely away from the traditional white with tan “butt” and orange or red “flame” as many have done. Maybe even play around with some different shapes if possible. Those who are considerate enough to ask others nearby, please ask if they mind if you “vape” rather than smoke your e-cig. Of course they probably won’t know what the heck you’re talking about at first but it will hopefully open them up to learning about it rather than assuming its some evil trick smokers are up to to try and get away with smoking where it’s not allowed.

  23. Jan says:

    Joe, you’re an ass.

  24. J says:

    I quit 15 months ago. I had lung cancer and still had problems quitting so I decided to try e-cigs . I smoked for over 40 years and had tried everything. I am ecstatic that the e-cig works. I should get a commission for the number of people I have recommended it to. All 4 of my doctors are very happy I stopped and say the e-cig is OK to use. That’s all I need to know.

  25. Tara says:


    Actually, there have been long term studies done on the effects of inhaling vaporized PG (propylene glycol). The most famous study was in the 1970’s when scientists infused vaporized PG into an orphanage ward. The findings suggested that the children exposed to PG experienced less allergies and seasonal illnesses than the children in other wards. There have also been studies which followed performers who are consistently exposed to theatre/entertainment fog (which is also vaporized PG).

  26. Kerri says:

    It might work with a diabetic syringe but I just use the dropper that came with it and its fine. And you will see the difference in the money you save and with a better hit you get off of it!

  27. Kerri says:

    I don’t wait at all, but I never let it get to be totally empty either. If its empty and dry it will burn and once you get the burnt taste you might as well throw it away.

  28. Kerri says:

    I ask 1st, then Vape. I vape in Walmart, restaurants, McDonalds and walking down the street. I’m always asked about it and I try to educate people about it. Some ask me for the Website name and of course I ablige. I love my V2 my son got me, I have 2 months totally smoke free 🙂 I use the E-Liquid with the LiquidMax cartridges. As long as you don’t let it dry up I keep refilling them. I usually have 3 going at once. Then every 7 days I rinse them out under hot water and let them dry for 24hrs and reuse over and over.

  29. sue bowers says:

    My husband and I went to Universal studios 11/6/2010 and while waiting in line I. Took out my e-cigg. And was Told I COULD NOT USE IT. I explained to the nasty employee, what it was and that they had NO SIGNS. Saying I could not use it. I WAS WARNED THAT IF THEY SAW IT AGAIN I WOULD BE KICKED OUT OF THE PARK…. THE BEST PART IS THEY HAVE SMOKING AREAS…I WAS REALLY QUIT UPSET, AND MAD HOW THEY HANDLED THE WHOLE THING…

    • Emme says:

      Don’t understand why people constantly week for a restaurant or a venue to educate you? Vesta gate the laws of whatever state you live in on your own and they’re all very clear in Weather and e-cigarette is included or not and then follow it very simple

  30. Macaron says:

    I’d seriously prefer to use liquids than cartridges.
    Any idea how I could go about importing these liquids to a country which bans E cigarettes and liquids? There must be a way. I spent $30 on a 30ml bottle of E Liqua juice this month compared to an average of $300 on cigarettes. It’s healthier than normal cigarettes, saves me so much money, leaves no odors etc. Now you guys guess which government in the world would choose to ban this instead of real cigarettes. What a fuckin joke.

  31. Sharon says:

    The first refill method mentioned regards the V2 Drip Tip.
    It doesn’t say to leave or remove the 0-ring either for filling or to leave it on for vaping. Tried it both ways and neither seems to work well for vaping. Help!

  32. Lisa says:

    Actually, vaping in public places in banded in NJ. Ugh.

  33. Lisa says:

    IS banded rather.

  34. CathyB says:

    Your syringe idea is absolutely genius! I have physical issues that cause me to shake and it makes refilling cartridges a bit difficult for my spastic hands. Not to mention, it would allow you to make sure the cartridge is fully saturated instead of filling it, waiting and then filling it more.
    A really fantastic idea that is going to help me a lot. Thanks so much!

    PS- you should pitch the idea directly to V2, maybe they can offer an appropriate syringe for cartridge refills and you can make a few bucks, or at least get some free products and coupons 😉

  35. CathyB says:

    I bought the V2 Liquimax refillable cartridges and love them because I can actually see when my liquid is running low and they can be used 20 times according to V2. But I found a video on Youtube that shows how to clean them and make them feel brand new. I have reused a few of them 30-40 times so far so it’s definitely a money saver. If you want to see the video you can check it out here:

  36. Steve says:

    You should be able to vap in public . I do and have in stores the doctors office all kinds of public places but the truth of it is your still blowing nicotine in the air it might not be the stinky smoke but the nicotine is still there . Just a thought for you .

  37. Steve says:

    Michael it’s a lot cheaper once you get started I save at least 120 bucks a month and if I changed to the liquid ones it would be a lot more plus the benefits of not smelling like smoke all day is a plus after you have vapped for awhile the smell and taste of a real cig is terrible so if your intent is to quit its a lot easier the only thing that’s a pain is having to purchase online would be nice to just be able to go to the store .

  38. Craiga says:

    Legislation is now being forced to finalize a decision and put laws into affect regarding gaping in public. And many communities are quickly banning it, in public based only on the affects of real
    Cigarette smoke’s negative results and not on any gov committees research into the subject…… So I believe we need to show them the truth before they just quickly decide to not waste time on the subject and just bundle it with current cigarette laws. I put up wireless tower s for a living….no one wants them in their backyard…..So I just tell, people, at the Town Hall meetings
    to look down their streets on the way home and look at the messy telephone poles and wires…that they don’t even notice anymore… So….no bad oder and safe gov reports….a couple of years…no one gives a f@#k!!!….Here’s to good health and ignorant people!

    • Gabe1972 says:

      I have never really had a problem with needing to smoke, or in this case, vape, while shopping or at a restaurant or something similar. Not smoking for a few hours is no big deal for me. I’ve been a smoker for years and I can completely understand the stigma associated with smoking, and by association, vaping. If they do change the laws nationwide so no one can vape in any place that they can’t smoke, it’s not really going to bother me, and I actually support it.

      The aspect of kids seeing people freely vaping in stores and restaurants and whatnot is not a good thing, as you know that kids emulate adults, especially when it’s something they are told they are “not allowed” to do. The more they can’t, the more they want to.

      Yes, vaping is healthier than smoking, but I still don’t want to encourage kids to do either, and them seeing people doing it is going to do just that. So again, I have no problem with them changing the nationwide laws to not allow people to vape in places that they are not allowed to smoke and I support the changing of the laws.

  39. rubin says:

    The whole reason they were even allowed to ban smoking was because of the health related issues from “second hand smoke” not second hand nicotine, its the smoke they claim is harmful. This was the main issue. Guess what? E cigs do not produce smoke. PERIOD…..
    People LOVE to boss others around these days it seems to be the popular thing to do. When that happens to me whether it be about vaping or any other comment strangers make to me (that is out of line) I look them right in the eye, smile, and politely tell them to mind their OWN business. I dont get mad, I am friendly towards them after I make the comment but that is my stand and I stick to it, respectfully.

    • Emme says:

      It’s not your business we all live under the same guidelines you need to find out what those are where you live and follow them. Don’t get to make a decision for anybody else same with real smokers

  40. Richard says:

    I use my E-Cigarette in my doctor’s office. He’s all for it!!! According to him nicotine is no more harmful than caffeine. It’s all the unwanted chemicals contained in cigarettes that cause health problems. Arsenic, pesticides, herbicides, and thousands of other chemicals are in cigarettes. 5,000-7,000 chemicals in fact. People need to be educated about E-Cigarettes. Law makers need to be educated too or we’ll all be standing outside to VAPE.

    E-Cigarette manufacturers would be wise to list ingredients on packages and do scientific testing to legitimize their products. Wouldn’t it be great to have science endorse VAPING as safe.

  41. Deb says:

    It’s very easy to vape without anyone ever knowing you’re doing it. I’ve been doing it for years — in buses, cabs, planes, hospitals, restaurants, virtually everywhere. Here’s how:

    1) Get a vape that doesn’t look like a cigarette.
    2) Hold it so that your hand covers any lights, such as at the tip.
    3) Inhale, but don’t completely fill your lungs.
    4) Slide your thumb over the hole as you take it from your mouth just in case there’s any vape coming out.
    6) Swallow and then inhale a little air
    7) Wait a couple of seconds and exhale

    No vape escapes at all. There is NOTHING to see. It looks like you put the end of a pen in your mouth.

    (By the way, people who smoked other things in their youth will recognize the method as toking. For others, it might take a little practice, but there’s nothing to it.)

  42. Deb says:

    Gabe, Why should I have to restrict my behavior for other people’s children? It is the parents’ job to teach kids right from wrong, not mine. When I was growing up, people on TV freely drank alcohol all the time. But my parents believed drinking was wrong. They talked about it often enough that nothing I saw other people do could override what they had taught me. I modified it a little to “Drinking is wrong FOR ME, not others” to avoid being judgmental. But the point is that MY PARENTS DIDN’T EXPECT SOCIETY TO CHANGE TO RAISE ME. I am sick of everything being based on what is good for kids. It doesn’t take a community; it takes parents who spend time with their kids and even (gasp) disciplining them once in awhile.

  43. Ricco says:

    I intend to vape on planes, trains, in cars and in bars, in resreraunts around debutants…….in offices and hospitals, in McDonalds with my vittles… see, the freedom is mine now, and it won’t be taken away by some complaining cow…….as a mater of fact if they don’t like it THEY can stay home now! We are free, and free means not having to ask permission. If you sneak away to the bathroom to vape, you’re not a vaper, you’re a POSER…….and to that I say NO SIR!!!

  44. Linda Spittlerg says:

    After smoking cigs for 55 years and developing serious health problems, i have developed too thick blood, clogged arteries and COPD. Last fall my Heart Doc, Blood Doc, primary care Doc and lung Doc all told me I had to stop smoking and also encouraged me to try ecigs.As hard as it was I put down my cigarette bought an e cig and was not all that please so I tried two other brands..not happy with them either..Than I found V2..Ordered my first order in November 2013 and I have not had the urge to smoke a real cig since.i broke down and ordered the liquid last month..And I am in love with it..just have to learn all the tricks..All my Doc’s are aware and very much encouraging me to stay with this program..It is so nice to get a high five from them instead of a frown..Thank you V2..

  45. Don Hill says:

    Sadly, there is an almost insurmountable bias against the whole “image” of smoking in general, so much so that the “powers-that-be” seem to want to eliminate anything that even LOOKS like smoking. While I always use my e-cigs responsibly – just as I did when I smoked tobacco cigarettes – there are still some people who will approach me to tell me that “smoking is not allowed here.” I’ve had mixed results when trying to explain that I’m not smoking (I’m “vaping”), and in some instances I’ve even had people ask me for more information about V2. That’s why I decided to become a distributor…

    To the gentleman working in the casino: You may wish to also become a distributor and talk to the casino managers about offering V2 products in their gift shop. It could end up putting a sizable chunk of change in your pocket for a one-time effort on your part!

  46. E- Liquid is the fluid that fuels the Electronic Cigarette. It is what provides the nicotine solution and the flavoring to your Electronic Cigarette.

  47. Bev says:

    There’s some “research” from Portland State University being touted in the media that claims e-cigs have formaldehyde in them. The local Portland, OR CBS affiliate will be airing a “consumer alert” segment regarding the topic on the Tuesday, February 3, 2015 evening news broadcast (6pm, pst). The claim goes so far as to suggest vapers are exposing others to formaldehyde through their second-hand “smoke”.
    The publicly stated reason for funding/touting this “research” is for the welfare of the public, especially…the children! My opinion: the gov. wants to regulate (i.e. tax) the e-cig industry because it is losing too much tax revenue from former smokers.

  48. Judy Murphy says:

    Thank you for this very useful information. I have been vaping and cigarette free for 5 days … before purchasing my vapourizer I researched many reviews which led me to buy the V2 Pro Series 3. There were a few teething problems which the customer services team here in the UK were more than happy to help with. I am amazed at how I have not once thought about reaching for a cigarette in these past five days. I am alternating between 2.4mg and 1.8 for a week. Next week I shall use just 1.8 the following week I am hoping to get through at least a few days on 0.0 … I seem to be drinking incredible volumes of water which can only be a good thing and generally, I feel a little bit healthier each day. Happy vaping one and all and best of luck with quitting altogether.

  49. Toni says:

    Does anyone have ideas on cleaning tanks? I have not tried to clean mine yet. I just want to get the longest use out of them that I can. Any advice would be greatly appreciated..

  50. sheri says:

    The best way I have found to clean the filters is to use rubbing alcohol. Remove tip, fill with a few drops of alcohol, shake, pour it out and then repeat. I have 3 of them so, when 1 is dirty, I clean it and leave it to dry while using the others.

  51. Gudnuz says:

    Toni: I called the company, and they recommended vodka to clean the tanks. Works great. I bought a little $1.00 bottle and cleaned all of mine, with plenty to spare.

  52. Electronic Cigar says:

    Thanks for the e-liquid guide.

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