|Linda from Mesa, AZ reviewed V2 Cigs on September 01 2011:|
OverallI've tried several types of e-cigs from no name brands to Smoke 51 & Blu.I didn't get a real satisfaction from them & just put them aside.
Value vs. Cost
After almost 2 years I started researching them again. I saw great reviews on the v2 e-cigs. I started seeing little buttons on them. I started reading on the manual e-cig & watching about them on YouTube. I decided that the manual was for me. When I ordered the v2 cig I forgot to put in the message box that I wanted the standard manuals. I had ordered them on a Sunday. I e-mailed them on Monday & they said that it was too late to do anything about it. I questioned them about their return policy. On Friday, I received my order & all of my cigs were standard manual! I immediately plugged in my power cig & started puffing. OMG, they were great!! I just pushed the button & let the vapor build up in my mouth & inhaled. I wish that the manual cigs were out there when I was trying 2 years ago! A few days after I got my kit, I noticed a little shock while using my power cig. CS told me to stop using it & that they were sending out a replacement. I noticed that they wanted me to pay for the shipping back of the product. I contacted CS to complain that I had already paid for the shipping & that they should pay for the shipping back of their defective product. CS couldn't have been nicer & gave me a $2 credit on my next order. Their CS was awesome! I'm going to order their sampler cartridge kit to try the other flavors. I just ordered the Red (Cowboy) with my kit. I also ordered blanks so that I can use any other flavors. I haven't used them yet, though. For me, the batteries & cartridges last a long time as I don't smoke that much. I change both the battery & cartridges every 2 days. I've only had them for a couple of weeks but I consider the v2 e-cig to be the best out there!
Still have analog cigs that I will finish but I'm confident that by the end of the month, I will be vaping full time!