VOLCANO INFERNO ECIG REVIEW! 2014 -IndoorSmokers




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Jonathan Hanna: Just got my first one two weeks ago love it. Very impressed

Theresa Cox: Mine is awful. Leaks from both ends and the vapor is miserable. Bought a different take and it lasted a day. Now I am on the hunt for a new one.

Dre Pommells: I have one its not that great 

Bobby Smith: This thing is a piece of crap.  The tank constantly leaks from the bottom, and will spit in your mouth through the top.  I thought I had a defective unit so I purchased another tank and still have the same problem.  The customer service from volcano is also terrible.  I've also noticed that the 0mg juice has almost no taste.  I'm not sure if that's normal for other brands or not because volcano is the only brand juice that I've tried so far.

Mason Fox: Does the juice go into the tank more than you can see?

Tony Stark: I owned an Inferno over a year. Its great. I love it. Only negatives is battery durability (3 went bad on me but were all replaced for free), all products have a 1yr warranty. Volcano does charge a bit more for their stuff, but their customer service is EXCELLENT!! And their hardware feels premium and a bit upscale. There are cheaper ecigs like the Kanger Evod, but quality isnt up to the standards of the Inferno. Also depending on the types of juices vaped, your coil can get the burned taste very quickly. You can replace or rinse the coil with warm water and reuse. Maybe by now they are using better 510 batteries, but aside from that, I would highly recommend the Inferno as a first or even a back up vaporizer/e-cig. Another plus is that you can use an ordinary mini usb cord to charge unlike other companies that make you buy their special proprietary charger and connectors. So you have more charging options (lap top, wall charger, cigarette lighter, or anything that accepts USB. I recently lost my Inferno and was thinking about replacing it with something cheaper, but the warranty and customer service along with the high quality feel just confirmed my decision to buy another kit. Hope this helps anyone on the fence about buying the Inferno kit. Another big bonus is their well laid out website and availability of any and all parts to rebuild your device, down to the small rubber o-rings.

Don Charlito: Nice review, gonna buy my mom one. 

Lori Wolf: Hi. I was wondering if you've experienced any leakage now that you've had some time with it? I have heard quite a few reviews where people say it leaks quite a bit.

Cody Sexton: We have a large volcano store/vape bar in the city I live in and almost all the vape users around have infernos including myself I love the vape production from such a small device 

Scott Jackson: I love my Inferno.

Misty Reece: This is the e-cig I use and I love it! It's small but it vapes like my husband's huge e-cig. I really like that it's small so I can stash it in my pocket. And the tank is HUGE! It holds much more than my husband's tank. I can vape on a full tank for like 3-4 days, sometimes longer. It's a bit costly, but well worth it. Mine has paid for itself since I've completely quit smoking cigarettes. I highly recommend it!

Melina P: Great video! Thank you so much for posting this. I've been debating on purchasing an Inferno & can finally go ahead with it after watching this. 

ryanhayn: What did you say? "Not everything coming from ____ and Joyetech"?

Mike Upton: Love your videos, man. Bought one of these online today and it's already been shipped. No lie, from the time I hit confirm payment to the time I got the shipping email was two hours. Now THAT is how to run a business.

Joel C: just looking to get into ecigs how is the volcano holding up? no leaks or cracks? how was the coil and head life? did flavor start to suck as the battery started to go a little dead? thanks for the reviews you have been a great source for my research into ecigs--Joel

gill gilchrist: Hi I cud use some help I'm new to vaping looking for a sweet tobacco taste I use smokemax regal blue it's amazing any tips on liquids like regal blue 

Abby Jarrett: SWEET!! Now I can go ahead and order one! Small, but different than my eGo Twist as a throw in my bag and go. AWESOME review as always!

John Smith: The tank works well with my K200.

Joshua Mulder: Anyone know of any cheaper replacement coils for the Inferno? 3 for $15 from Volcano is starting to get expensive.

Lee Owen: ego batteries suck though
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VOLCANO INFERNO ECIG REVIEW! 2014 -IndoorSmokers 5 out of 5

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