Have you found your online vape community?
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Whether a newbie or an advanced experienced vaper, joining a vaping community is a way to connect with like-minded individuals who share your love of vaping. Whatever your reason for using the device, there is likely a vaping community to suit you and your character.


Here are some cyberspaces to check out where you can learn and interact with other vape aficianados:


Online forums


There are vape communities worldwide. Some of the most highly subscribed online forums include:


Vaping Underground


This is a haven for vapers who don’t quite “fit in” yet. This could be due to inexperience or lack of knowledge. This forum provides a space where even the most rookie vapers feel welcome. No fastidious gatekeepers or seniority-based hierarchies here.


E-Cigarette Forum (ECF)


Founded in 2007 by Englishman, Oliver Kershaw, ECF has now more than 250,000 members, making it the most popular online forum for all things vaping.New members and vapers go through a series of steps to gain access to the inner sanctum of the most veteran vapers:


Planet of the Vapes (POTV)


AUK-based site that is more eye-catching and stylized than some of the others in the business. POTV is just as open and welcoming as VU and ECF and very well-moderated. However, there are restrictions and rules regarding posts and overall content. There are even classified forums, which have their own price of admission: 100 posts. Judging by that standard alone, it is easy to see how seriously the POTV community takes post quality.




There are subreddits for a host of vape-related topics. Some of the most notable are:

r/electronic_cigarette: all content related to e-cigarettes, from e-liquids to mods.

r/Vaping: a vaping guide reddit for vapers in general

r/DIY_ejuice: all about e-liquids

r/RBA: rebuildable atomizers.

r/ecig_vendors and r/ecigclassifieds: devices and accessories for sale.



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