When I first decided that I was going to try electronic cigarettes, I did a lot of research on the Internet. This is just my own personal findings, but I found one that offered a free trial and signed up for the offer so I thought I’d do a little review here for you.
I signed up for a free trial of the Prado starter kit. When my package arrived, it had a rechargeable lithium battery, 10 nicotine cartridges in the strength of flavor of my choice, as well as a stainless steel atomizer, a traditional and USB charger and a quick start manual. The free trial was for 14 days and if I wasn’t happy I had to return everything within that time and cancel the free trial.
Something I have to mention is that when you sign up for the free trial, you are automatically enrolled in the refill plan. This means every month they will send you 20 refill cartridges for about $60, plus $10 shipping and handling for approximately $70 a month total. It’s important that no matter where you choose to start your electronic cigarette experience, if you sign up for free trial make sure you have all the details.
I thought this was great for being a free trial and immediately took the opportunity to try an electronic cigarette. I have to admit that I was fairly skeptical but I followed the directions in the trial kit and assembled all the right parts in all the right places apparently, because when I tried that first drag on the electronic cigarette I was amazed. It was the same, in my opinion, as smoking a regular cigarette.
Now don’t get the wrong idea. I’ve heard of people trying their electronic cigarettes and instantly being converted from a traditional cigarette but this was not what happened in my case. Yes, I did really enjoy the first time, but I still had the craving, although was less than usual, for a regular cigarette.
It could be that the trial that I chose to start with was not exactly the right cigarette or strength for me. There is also the possibility that the reason could be that I was just so addicted to a regular cigarette that it took me more time than some people to convert to electronic cigarettes.
Basically, I just looked at it as proof that everyone is different, and while some will take right to electronic cigarettes, others may take longer. Of all the people I know that use electronic cigarettes though I can honestly say that we have all converted over, and none of us are using traditional cigarettes anymore.