|San from San Antonio, TX reviewed V2 Cigs model 'XL Automatic ' on March 27 2012:|
OverallI tried 5 other ecigs from 5 companies. I became so frustrated because the batteries would only work for a couple of days and then become utterly useless. I spent alot of money, and alot of effort, but every battery had such short life span. I almost decided ecigs were not going to work for me. Then I read a couple of reviews on V2. They were consistently rated very highly, I decided, as a last ditch effort, to give them a try. Thank goodness I did! I have used one battery since December 1, 2011 and it still works perfectly. I bought another, out of fear that something would happen to "old faithful" but when I got it, it didn't work correctly. I called them, to see if they might have any ideas on what to do. I told them I was having issues with the new one, and they said "No Problem, a replacement is on its way to you today". They immediately sent a new one, and included a self addressed envelope to return the faulty one. I didn't know that was an option! I didn't ask if they would replace it. It's their policy. I got the replacement within 4 days, and returned the faulty battery. I am very pleased with V2's products. I have had the same great experience with their cartridges. They seem to last forever! This is by far the best way to quit, but the ecig MUST function properly. V2's products are more expensive than other companies. But, they are frustration-less, the products are high quality and last forever. I am (or was) a heavy smoker, and bought a carton of traditional cigarettes per week at $60.00 each. I have only spent about $100.00 in 4 months on V2 supplies. I buy their blank cartridges, and buy my ejuice from EC Blend. (They have thousands of flavors, and you can create your own) One V2 cartridges will last for weeks. Their customer service is spot on. Standard shipping takes about 4-5 business days. Quitting used to be hard. Not so anymore! I've had an incredible experience with V2. I haven't smoked since January 13, 2012. I'm proud of that.
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