|Kathye from Seabrook, TX reviewed Cirrus model 'Cirrus 3X' on September 13 2013:|
OverallI've been a White Cloud smoker for three years and have never looked back. From the beginning, I was most impressed with the personal customer service as well as the quality of the product. I now smoke the Cirrus 3X model, but have progressed from one model to each new improved model as they have emerged and have never been dissatisfied because of the company's constant advances.
Value vs. Cost
I smoked unfiltered Sherman cigarettes (very expensive and heavy duty smokes) for thirty years, and tried to quit at least twice a year for twenty years. I first quit by chewing 20-30 pieces of nicotine gum per day--not a healthy solution but better than the alternative. Today, I still sometimes chew a few pieces of the gum in places where even electronic cigarettes get "the look," the White Cloud "extra strength" regular tobacco flavor has stopped that poor solution. Now I satisfy my nicotine craving with White Cloud. I'm not one of the smokers who is trying to progress to a zero nicotine state. I'm just happy that my lungs are already clearing (CAT-scan and MRI's offer proof that the beginning of emphysema has been stopped in its tracks and my chronic bronchitis has totally disappeared). My doctors are thrilled with my choice.
WC OFFERS GREAT MOUTH AND THROAT FEEL, EXCELLENT TASTE, GOOD BATTERY VALUE, and "sales" if I buy larger quantities (for a reduced price. I'm not a fan of fancy flavors of nicotine (strawberry cigarettes?), but White Cloud offers a huge choice of flavors, including three "regular" tobacco choices to appeal to those who had a favorite cigarette brand.
I couldn't be happier and recommend them to my still-smoking, lung-stressed, smokey friends. Try them. If they don't work, just let them know. If you get a bad battery, just let them know, and they'll ship out a replacement before you even have to send in the defective one.
I do suggest the extended warranty on the starter kits. On any investment like this, it never hurts to have "insurance."