Aspire Nautilus issue

I love my Aspire Nautilus,..  really amazing tank.  I have the big one and I only have to fill it about once a day or just over.  But, the replaceable atomizer got stuck in the tube (the non-threaded part).  I tried and tried to remove it, then my husband tried to take it out with some pliers, but the glass cracked!  I went ahead and ordered another one from hoosier (great deal at $27).  I know someone sells replaceable parts (for now just duct taping the crack and still can’t get the atomizer out).  Does anyone know where to get these replacements or if it is even worth it?  Very sad.  :(

To new users like myself

Im new to the vaping world like alot of people that join this forum everyday. I want to share my experience with all of you new and old. I have tried to quit analogs for sometime now and decided to try vaping again. My first kit I bought was about 5 or 6 years ago. I bought it from someone I worked with who started selling kits. I bought one for about 100 bucks and was not successful in quiting. So recently a freined of mine who we had tried quitting together several times said he had just gotten a pv from a friend of his that worked at a gas station, it was a decent device and the <a href="”>juice had good flavor. This was a Mistic Haus device. So I thought about it for a bit and bought some other gas station cig-a-likes. Basically they suck. So, I went home hopped on my computer and went to mistics website. They advertised a coupon code for 30% off. Okay, great deal. I ordered a haus starter kit and a bottle of <a href="”>liquid. Withe shipping(5 to 7 business days) the total was about 29.00. So, in my excitement I started looking around online for reviews (should of done that first) and they are okay but the kicker is for a dollar less I could have went to walmart and picked up my exact order without waiting for delivery. Well, I emailed the customer service department and just made them aware that if I can go to walmart and spend less money then what would make me buy from your website. I suggested maybe free <a href="”>juice with your order or at least a lower price than a store. I also had mentioned that on my recipt or the update on my order, I didnt have a tracking number. As I sit here writing this the mail showed up and my order was in the mail box. I paid about 6 bucks for 5 to 7 day shipping, and recived my order in 10 business days. I dont complain about shipping usually, but when I pay for it, I expect my package on time or a refund of the shipping cost. I have emailed the company and stated that the lag in delivery was unacceptable and I would like a refund on the shipping, which I dont think is unreasonable, Is it? Well, anyway, The moral of the story is do your homework first on what to buy, where to buy, and who to talk to. Members on here are very helpful and are very willing to share theyre knowledge, they all started just like any new vapers. This is an awesome community and Im here to stay, I hope you are too!

12 Step Programme?

Maybe I need counseling…. 


There was a young man named Dave

Who made mushroom <a href="”>juice in a cave.

He said, “I’ll admit, it’s not a big hit.”

But think of the money I save.


A friend also wanted to save,

So he made mushroom flavours with Dave

He also admits, the flavour’s like ****.

But no one can smell from the cave. 


“A market we now need”, said Dave

So a new access road Dave did pave

And he sent the new product

To the F.D.A.s Docket,

To give them an excuse to rave.


and rant…..


(poetic license)



Is Too Much Possible?

I think I have too much stuff.  I have 3 mvp’s, an e-LVT water proof thingy, 3 SVTs 4 i taste pen thingys, several egoTs, countless batteries, chargers of all shapes etc.  But just now after a couple weeks of no use, I hooked a tank on my first VV mvp that I got in April, and although I put it away fully charged, it only lasted 44 tokes.  I only use those pen thingys for traveling because they are easy to pack and use a micro usb to charge so they are very convenient but don’t last as long.  Basically what I’m taking such a long time to get around to asking, like you know, beating around the bush:  Do I need to ‘exercise’ these batteries to keep them working?  Or do they drain down a lot just lying fallow?  Or do I wear them out faster by using mostly one all the time?  I just kinda when I’m on a roll of really sweet vaping hate to change to another battery source and have to fiddle with the settings just to try to get what I already had going.  Thanks in advance for any input or ideas.  

Self Control

There once was a man from Nantucket

Who bought all his <a href="”>juice in a bucket

He said with a grin

As he puffed yet again

If I had some more money, I’d truck it.


There!  For the first time in all my 62 years, I wrote it without a single vulgar line!  Now THAT’s self control.