|Sarah reviewed Green Smoke model 'Green Smoke' on October 21 2011:|
OverallI've been smoking Green Smoke for about 10 days now. The vapor production is equal across all the flavors, and I've tried them all. I prefer the light level, Smooth Chocolate, Menthol Ice and Red Label (my favorite). The Red Label is slightly sweet, slightly nutty, and very good. The Menthol Ice is nicely minty, though i wish it had more of a spearmint flavor to it. The Smooth Chocolate is exactly what it sounds like, smooth and chocolaty. I've tried the others, and the Vanilla is very nice, though it burns through rather quickly. I didn't particularly like the Straight Tobacco very much, but that's a matter of taste. I have yet to try the Tobacco Gold, but I very much look forward to it.
Value vs. Cost
An electronic cigarette does not completely take away the need for a real (analog) cigarette for most of us, but, most of the time, it does the trick. And I find the more I smoke Green Smoke, the less I want a 'real' cigarette.
Their batteries are exactly as advertised. The short battery lasts I'd say 7-9 cigarettes, and the long battery lasts 12-15. Between the two, an average smoker is more than good all day.
However, there is a difference between the two batteries. The long battery has a much harder pull than the short battery. Because of this, some flavors taste different from battery to battery. Still good, just different. It took me some time to get used to the long battery, but now I rather like it. It feels a bit more substantial.
The starter kit also comes with a USB passthrough. This is a very good thing for those of us who spend a lot of time on the computer. I spend a lot of time on my laptop doing my homework, so I've had quite a lot of time to experience the USB cigarette. It has the easiest draw of the three, and takes some getting used to. The chord also sometimes gets in the way, but overall it's a very pleasurable experience. After a bit, you don't even notice that you're smoking an electronic cigarette