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Is it smart to try gamefly?

Video game libraryWe gamers spend quite a bit of cash on our hobby. On average, I buy maybe 10 new games each year, and that adds up to be around $500. Of course, then there are also the costs of game consoles, controllers, monthly subscriptions, etc. My best guess is that I spend upwards of $800 on gaming each year. I myself own both a Wii and Xbox, and I can tell you for a fact that the cost for me is even higher than the figure I just cited.

I never bothered to add up the costs but once I did, I began wondering if it would be better to join a service such as gamefly (incidentally, there is a gamefly free trial you can use if you are interested). As you probably already know, gamefly is that online service that allows you to rent unlimited games. The only cost to you is the monthly subscription price, which is currently $15.95 for one game out at a time, and $22.95 for two games out.

It’s an appealing proposition for sure, and I might just get the gamefly free trial from Freetrialspot.com and check it out for a while. As I look at my shelf of games that I no longer play, but paid full price for, that $15.95 monthly membership fee doesn’t sound all that bad…

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Halo E-cigarettes Review

I’ve tried quite a few different e-cigarette brands, including generic ones. In this article, I will be reviewing a brand of e-cigs that I’ve been meaning to try for a while.

I first learned about Halo Cigs by visiting some e-cigarette forums. There were several members who highly recommended Halo, and one poster who used to buy complex mods now only uses Halo. I figured the quality must be good to win over such fans.

I’ve always been a fan of simplicity, so I was never one to favor complex setups or mods. The real issue for me was simply finding a simple, small e-cig that had decent battery life. I also only was interested in automatic batteries. For some reason, manual batteries never appealed to me. Something about having to press a button while taking a draw just seemed like an extra hassle to me.

logoSo in terms of Halo Cigs, the G6 automatic batteries were the ones that made the most sense to me. Right off the bat, I really liked the stylish design of Halo batteries. The price was not the lowest, but by using Halo Cigs coupons, I was able to get a bit of a discount (If you want to get the same coupons I used, visit E-cigbargains.com). To start out, I decided to get myself a couple G6 batteries, along with a pack of cartomizers. Since I had plenty of e-liquid, I decided not to test that at this time.

I got my items fairly quickly, and everything was well-packed. The cartomizers, in fact, come in plastic boxes that are sealed very tightly, which seemed like a bit of overkill to me since it was a hassle to open.

Overall, I give Halo Cigs a grade of “A.” The battery is about as good as other top-notch batteries from good brands like Smokeless Image. But what really stood out to me were the cartomizers.

In the past, I’ve noticed a distinct, chemical aftertaste when starting to use some cartomizers. There is no such aftertaste with Halo cartomizers, which was a huge plus for me. But equally important, I noticed that Halo cartomizers last a lot longer than any other cartomizer I’ve used. I therefore think all e-cigarette users should give Halo a try. I intend to purchase from them frequently in the future.