CE5 Clear Cartomizer for KGO/EGO - CLOSE OUT SPECIAL!
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Anna Senior - 13 Nov 2012
Coolest gear EVER!!!! Warning though...when washing them, use lukewarm water. If you use really hot water on these it tends to loosen the seal on the bottom and cause it to leak.
Jose Rivera - 24 Nov 2012
I'm very impressed with the shipping it's fast! the cartomizer work perfect and the extra atomizers it's according with the specifications that I need, Thank You guys you're doing good jobs!
Jamie Beard - 16 Dec 2012
I love this cartomizer this is my first purchase from this site but it wont be my last!
Robert Jones - 26 Feb 2013
My new favorite clearomizer! I started with the non-rebuildables that came with my KGO kit, then tried a tank system, and then tried these. To me, you can't beat the convenience of a clearo. The flavor is better than with a cartomizer IMO, at least on a stock eGo/KGO type battery. These are very easy to re-wick as well. I re-wicked one of these using rolled cotton. Search for cotton re-wick ce4 for a tutorial on ecig forums. As usual, NW Vapors has fast shipping. Excellent!
Lee Anderson - 06 Sep 2013
Great Product, will be ordering for Christmas Presents
Vina Bui - 10 Oct 2013
Thank you so much, Bill! Always super fast shipping. I needed it immediately!!! Def will buy again! :)
Logan Fox - 25 Nov 2013
CE5_CE4 (in my opinion) Read on for my justification... While you can replace the head of the CE5 instead of cleaning your CE4 and letting it dry, I do not see any other benefits. With more movable components, you sacrifice simplicity and subject yourself to more points of failure. The CE5 is awesome if you want to tinker, but frustrating when you are on a break or on the move. The CE4 is rigid, utilitarian and surefire. So far I have had to troubleshoot failure twice. Once the atomizer head came unscrewed after a few times of unscrewing the drip tip, and another time, the pin that makes contact with the base was not making contact and needed to be unscrewed several turns. Both times I was on the go and would have rather not be bothered with technical issues.