They are expensive (like everything) at truck stops. I found a local (katy) that sells one like the Npro Ncig for 69.00.It comes with a charger 2 batteries and 10 cartridges, the cartridges are about 1.5 packs. (last a day, for me) I ordered some directly from china form Eastmall for 39.00. Takes 10 days. I got some juice for them in a bottle, so I can refill the carts, 10mL for 12.00, whitch makes it pretty cheap compared to 50.00 carton of Marlboro.
If you want to read about them, this is the best forum I have found: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/ On Apr 16, 2009, at 10:12 AM, Kathi Pieper wrote:
So it looks like the cost is $80 for a starter kit, less the 10% discount that I might get. How long does the starter kit last? Is it the equivalent of one carton, two or more? Seems very pricey but then again, so is all the other stuff.On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 8:34 AM, Dan Martin <danandkatrinamartin@xxxxxxx > wrote:The only good thing to come from it is Katrina and I have been off theanalog cigarettes for 12 days. I got some of theses from a pilot truck stop: http://www.njoythefreedom.com/Now we found a local guy selling them. Mike is on his first day with one. Seems to really help, something to do with my hands and some nicotine.On Apr 16, 2009, at 9:18 AM, Kathi Pieper wrote:Wow - sorry to hear you were so sick and miserable and glad that it isclearing up. Guess we will have to wait for Mike to update us.On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 8:04 AM, Dan Martin <danandkatrinamartin@xxxxxxx >wrote:Mike and I had a lunch with lawyers. I was unable to attend, I was trying to get over my annual upper respiratory infection. Mike went, but I don't know what came from it.I am feeling almost back to normal, after 4 doctor visits and 2 coursesof antibiotics. On Apr 16, 2009, at 8:56 AM, Kathi Pieper wrote:Good Morning! I was just wondering what the status is on this whole rental situation. Has any decision been made on whether or not Dan andKatrina are renting or are we waiting until a decision is made on selling? I think I remember hearing that Dan and Mike had anappointment to talk with an attorney, but have not heard what came outof that discussion.I have plenty here to keep me occupied, but thought I would throw the question out to see what the latest is that is going on with all thatstuff. Thanks kathi On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 12:54 PM, Michael R. Martin <drsewnsew@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:This is what I have to offer. Michael R. Martin ________________________________ From: daviddunfordrealtor@xxxxxxxxx To: drsewnsew@xxxxxxxxxxx CC: lamartin@xxxxxxxxxx Subject: RE: 1439 Wakefield Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 11:34:51 -0700 Michael,When I look at rental properties in Oak Forest in 77018, I find 13properties ranging from $1,000 - $1,650.When I look at just 3 bedroom houses, I find 6 properties ranging from$1,000 - $1,600.When I narrow the search to 3 bedrooms with the approximate squarefootage Iget 2 properties. One is at $1,095 and the other is at $1,600. Theone at $1,600 has granite counter tops and upgrades.I would suggest some where between $1,000 - $1,200 a month. That isover course with out seeing the property and the competition. Let me know what else I can do. David Dunford Keller Williams Realty Cell: 713-202-1380 Fax: 832-644-3538 daviddunfordrealtor@xxxxxxxxx www.har.com/daviddunford -----Original Message----- Date:2009-03-26 07:06:05 From:drsewnsew@xxxxxxxxxxx To:daviddunfordrealtor@xxxxxxxxx Subject:RE: 1439 Wakefield Thanks, but what I really need is average rental value. Michael R. Martin ________________________________ From: daviddunfordrealtor@xxxxxxxxx To: drsewnsew@xxxxxxxxxxx CC: lamartin@xxxxxxxxxx Subject: 1439 Wakefield Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 21:47:53 -0700 Michael, I apologize for taking so long to get this done. I hope the information is helpful.I have done two graphs for you. One is a year over view back to 2003.The second is by quarters for 2008 and the first two months of 2009.Without seeing the house and the surrounding houses I can not make afare judgment but this is what I can gather from the figures.Current listing in Oak Forest with houses that are comparable to 1439 Wakefield are on the average $147 a square foot. Sales over the pastput the average price per square foot at about $130.That would put the house valued at $196,560 - $222,264. If it hasgranite counter tops and other upgrades it would be worth more. It is hard to make these price comparisons without looking at the property and without looking at the competition. Let me know how I can help. David Dunford Keller Williams Realty Cell: 713-202-1380 Fax: 832-644-3538 daviddunfordrealtor@xxxxxxxxx www.har.com/daviddunfordIf you do not wish to receive future emails, please click the link toUnsubscribe: Unsubscribe. ________________________________ Express your personality in color! Preview and select themes for Hotmail®. See how.If you do not wish to receive future emails, please click the link toUnsubscribe: Unsubscribe. ________________________________ Express your personality in color! Preview and select themes for Hotmail®. See how.