People of Wyoming are open to vaping judging by the several stores operating here. There’s Double Diamond in Casper and MyD Vapor in Buffalo; then there’s UBlaze Vapor in Sheridan and Cowboy Vapor in Laramie.
Evanston is home to The Vapor Outfit and Mystix Inc. You could buy your e cigs from Straight Line Vapors of Cheyenne while Gillette has Hothead Vapor. These and other locations invite smokers to consider a different way to get their nicotine fix and possibly another option entirely: nicotine-free vaping.
Seven days a week this Casper vapor store sells e liquid, clearomizers, Innokin iTaste MVPs, and blister kits (budget one-battery eGo starter sets with disposable clearomizers). They opened in 2013 as a sideline for the owner of an animal charity.
His Pet Ring organization is dedicated to fundraising for medical care for pets and you can reach that site via the link on Double Diamond’s website, but the two ventures are now separate. Double Diamond carries the MVP, DCT V2 Clearomizers, designer eGos and pass-through batteries. Visit their store to see the complete selection.
If you live in Sheridan and are in search of an e cig, UBlaze carries starter kits designed to introduce you to smokeless smoking slowly. Store clerks will advise you about products you should try and how to use them, but the lineup here is heavily weighted in favor of authentic mods.
Brands such as Innokin, Eleaf, and Smok appear in their online catalogue, but their affordable models are overshadowed by some beautiful, creative, often artistic and expensive mods by Warhead Customs, Chris Creations, and Smok-E Mountain, among others.
They also carry items by V3Tronix, juice by Velvet Cloud and Lost Art Liquids, Edz Modz and Budz Worx, Steamboy, and Vulcan products. UBlaze is open every day of the week to serve vape fans in the neighborhood who expect more from a vapor pen than a few wimpy, wispy clouds.
In Gillette, vapers turn to Hothead Vapor and their sign: an angry cigarette burning down to nothing. Clones of expensive mods like the 4Nine and Vanilla introduce consumers to mechanical methods, but in an affordable way. Clients don’t have to spend the sort of money customers at UBlaze are paying for the real deal. A Hana Modz Clone (DNA 30) costs about ¼ of what the real one sells for.
An E-LVT device for $90 is more expensive than one of those clones mentioned above but it’s also a durable product designed to be used and, potentially, abused. The E-LVT is designed to be resistant to both dust and water, and it looks like a walkie-talkie.
Hothead Vapor sells Innokin products such as the Cool Fire I and Cool Fire II. Among their variable watt box mods, you will find the high-powered Sigelei 100W for $120 and tanks that will pump out flavorful sub-ohm clouds.
User-friendly EVOD kits and eGo batteries start new vapers on the right path. They also list the Cloutank M3 by Cloupor (attach it to a mechanical or adjustable mod), the Spider clearomizer (for eGos), and clones of rebuildable atomizers such as the Kraken and Little Boy.
Finding a Store
Location is one factor when you select a vendor; selection is another. When you start shopping for vaporizers, this is your chance to begin a relationship that will take you from your first e-cig through progressively more complicated and interesting products with the support and encouragement of a dedicated team of professionals.