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Mod for Arthritis hands?
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
wismec presera?


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18/04/18 03:55 PM
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
Presa? Brilliant mods, but surely not big enough.
18/04/18 05:01 PM
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
(18/04/18 05:01 PM)MDC Wrote:  Presa? Brilliant mods, but surely not big enough.
No, not big enough. Needs to be G-Priv sort of size, as I understand it.

Well, she's going up the shop first thing tomorrow morning armed with a print out of this thread, so we'll see what she comes away with....


Thanks again, everyone!
18/04/18 05:12 PM
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
(16/04/18 02:12 PM)Ttaskmaster Wrote:  Hi all,

I've been asked to help find a vape that will suit an older lady with arthritis, who wants to make the switch. She's sorted on a tank that she can refill easily enough, but I was wondering if you good folks could help with some Mod recommendations that meet requirements?

- It must be quite chunky, as the user has somewhat clawed hands. Smok Alien is too slim, for example.
- It must use 18650 cells, probably two.
- It would be nice if it's a simple beginner-style mod, without a hundred TCR modes and different settings that might accidentally get altered.
- It would be nice if it's a commonly stocked mod in UK B&M shops, so she can test her hands on it before buying.

I'm planning on showing her things like the Reuleaux style, but was wondering if there are any others you'd suggest looking at.

Cheers,
Tasky.

Smoant Charon is a fairly chunky dual 18650 mod with good hand feel, very reliable, simple to operate too....I have quite bad Arthritis in one hand and the best one for me personally in terms of hand feel and pain-free use is the Envii Loch Ness...but highly doubt you'll see one in a B&M .....
18/04/18 08:05 PM
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
She opted for a Smok, in the end. From her descriptions, it sounds like an X-Priv.
20/04/18 01:45 PM
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
Innokin Cool fire 4 - 70 W, without temperature control, should fit well in the hand.
Conversely, the new Smoant Cylon is chunky enough (don't let it close to a Battlestar!)
A tank like the Innokin Ares with a sliding top should help, too.
21/04/18 11:16 AM
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RE: Mod for Arthritis hands?
Thanks Ray, but she's already bought one, now.
23/04/18 11:09 AM
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