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Aspire premium E-cig starter kit review

New year means New Years resolutions with one of the most common being giving up smoking.  Any one who has tried knows how hard it can be, I myself have given up several times and have lasted up to two years smoke free but always end up going back.

More and more people are using E cigarettes now, I have been wanting to try one for a while now and was sent the Aspire Premium kit just before Christmas to try out and review.

I was sent the kit containing everything you need to get started plus a bottle of e-liquid. The model I received is the CF VV+ high end vaping power system. Features include stainless steel end points, metal button, carbon fibre coated tube and voltage change.

The manual was easy to read with clear instructions on how to put it together and use.

I really like the quality and  sleek design of it you can tell it has been well made and designed, I love the feature of being able to change the voltage (3.3, 3.8, 4.3, 4.8) and is changed by just twisting the bottom to which you want. I have it on 3.8 as I found this suited me well. I haven't yet run out of charge and normally just plug it in every evening.

I have been really enjoying using it, i haven't totally given up smoking yet but this is really helping me to cut down.

If your looking for an E-cig and don't know which one to buy I would definitely recommend this one.

Check it out here http://greyhaze.co.uk/products/aspire-deluxe-kit

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  1. I use an e-cig....One that looks like a real cigarette and you change the end filter but the one you are using looks much fancier....So glad it seems to be working for you :D x

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