VapeCube, The Modified GameCube E-Hookah, Is Now Available For Purchase

vapecubeVaping is a pretty popular activity these days and is used by cigarette smokers as a way to kick the habit. Given that vapers have the choice of not adding nicotine in their mixes, it is also a fun past time for non-smokers to get in on as well. Of course there is debate over potential health and safety concerns of vaping, but that’s a debate for another time. Now you guys might recall that not too long ago, a certain vape mod was making its rounds on the internet and what mad it so unique was the fact that it was made out of a modified GameCube console, which was dubbed the VapeCube and was put together by Nebula.

The mod allows for up to four pipes to be attached to it at once, meaning that this looks like a great addition to parties and for friends to come together, enjoy a vape session, and just hang out. Well the good news is that if you wanted to get your hands on the VapeCube, it is now up for sale and comes in two versions: a wired version and a wireless version, with the difference being that the wireless version runs on batteries, while the wired version needs to be plugged into a power supply. They are priced at $199 and $249 respectively, which is admittedly rather pricey, and you will have to buy your own e-liquids.

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