urbana cigarette store
ecig user

Bellefontaine, OH

#1 Jun 9, 2013
A co-worker told me about this place because his family members buy their e-liquids for their e-cigs there. He saw me using my refillable e-cig and gave me another option. Speedy Mart is starting to carry eGo-T "generic" systems at a very good price. The price he charges for the system is just a little higher than the price of a replacement battery on-line from the place I have been doing business with for the last 6 months and it has a variable voltage battery which is higher priced. You basically get a free Cartomizer and the charging cable there. I tried one of Speedy Mart's blister pack set-ups and his e-liquid. They both worked great, but his supplier was out of product this week, so I decided to try the Urbana store because I like to buy local and keep my options open. I think Urbana store is called Cheap Tobacco. It's in the shopping center where the old WalMart was. I was impressed. They had a full line of e-cig products. I was buying mine on-line for the last 6 months, but now I have a place to buy it local with the Urbana store. They carry everything from full kits to replacement parts and have a working sample for people to try. I saw two people buying or asking about the new system during the half hour I was there.
If there are people out there who want to quit smoking, the Urbana store and Speedy Mart has the answer and the products. I will now be able to save the $5.95 shipping I pay each time when I need more product. I still like the kit Speedy Mart has as a starter for anyone interested, but the Urbana store has all of the extras that I need too -(batteries, clear-o-mizers, chargers, etc). Their e-liquid supply is a lot smaller than the place I purchase from on-line, but their replacement parts are the same price and it is local. A 10 mil bottle is $9.99 at Speedy Mart, but $4.99 at the Urbana store.
Here is a video of the water vapor produced by one of these systems.
cold turkey control

Marysville, OH

#2 Jun 9, 2013
Y'all look pretty cool smoking those ecigs!
fungi

Bellville, OH

#3 Jun 9, 2013
ecig user wrote:
A co-worker told me about this place because his family members buy their e-liquids for their e-cigs there. He saw me using my refillable e-cig and gave me another option. Speedy Mart is starting to carry eGo-T "generic" systems at a very good price. The price he charges for the system is just a little higher than the price of a replacement battery on-line from the place I have been doing business with for the last 6 months and it has a variable voltage battery which is higher priced. You basically get a free Cartomizer and the charging cable there. I tried one of Speedy Mart's blister pack set-ups and his e-liquid. They both worked great, but his supplier was out of product this week, so I decided to try the Urbana store because I like to buy local and keep my options open. I think Urbana store is called Cheap Tobacco. It's in the shopping center where the old WalMart was. I was impressed. They had a full line of e-cig products. I was buying mine on-line for the last 6 months, but now I have a place to buy it local with the Urbana store. They carry everything from full kits to replacement parts and have a working sample for people to try. I saw two people buying or asking about the new system during the half hour I was there.
If there are people out there who want to quit smoking, the Urbana store and Speedy Mart has the answer and the products. I will now be able to save the $5.95 shipping I pay each time when I need more product. I still like the kit Speedy Mart has as a starter for anyone interested, but the Urbana store has all of the extras that I need too -(batteries, clear-o-mizers, chargers, etc). Their e-liquid supply is a lot smaller than the place I purchase from on-line, but their replacement parts are the same price and it is local. A 10 mil bottle is $9.99 at Speedy Mart, but $4.99 at the Urbana store.
Here is a video of the water vapor produced by one of these systems. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =fZXH5IYE9mAXX
So how long have you owned the store?
ecig user

Bellefontaine, OH

#4 Jun 9, 2013
fungi wrote:
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So how long have you owned the store?
If I was a store owner, I would find a far better place to advertise that here. It certainly didn't take long for the assholes to circle the wagons though, now did it? I suppose you're going to say I own Speedy Mart too since I said I liked one of his products. If you're not interested in a subject here at Topix, it's easy enough to just pass it over.
ecig user

Bellefontaine, OH

#5 Jun 9, 2013
Should have said, "better place to advertise *than* here"

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