|Steven from Carolina, RI reviewed ProSmoke model 'ProSmoke PROV2' on April 25 2012:|
OverallI have tried a few brands of E-Cigs in the past. I have tried Fumo and SmokingEverywhere's Gold One. Fumo came with only 1 battery and 1 pack of cartridges, but overall it was a decent product although it had a manual draw to it. SmokingEverywhere's product was not good at all. Battery died quickly if it worked at all. I had to replace it twice before getting a working one from a local distributer.
Value vs. Cost
ProSmoke's cigs come with 2 batteries and I charged the units up for 8 hours per recommended before using them and they last quite a bit. Been smoking with the E-cig for the majority of the day so far and still getting the same amount of hit as when I started using it in the morning.
The order came was delivered fast and I ordered extra cartridges so that I have them available to me and order them in time so I don't run out. I do have some e-Juice from another company in case there is a delay but I do not speculate it happening. ProSmoke was quick to deliver. And the product is like the Cadillac of e-cigs with all the extras.
I am very pleased with this product and recommend it highly.
Jamie Blair commented on April 26 2012:
ProSmoke was a major dissapointment for me. I bought a deluxe starter kit and I carefully read the manual and FAQ's. I got my kit and charged the batteries and carfully set up my atomizer, battery, and a new cartridge and go little or no vapor. The first battery failed after 20 puffs on a 9 hour charge. I charged the second battery and followed the problems solving procedures and while the atomizer heated up I still got little or no vapor and then the second battery failed. For a company that claims to have a less than 1% failure rate this is one auspicious beginning. I recharged the batteries and tried a new cartridge and still no vapor. I think the cartridges were shipped dry. Then I found out that basically this company has no live support, except for sales of course and that they would rather replace stuff than refund your money if you return the new kit. Well I am sending back even though it will cost me 20%. Lesson learned.