Hello all, I've been looking for the answer to this question for a while now, and finally decided to ask directly. I apologize if this is in the wrong section, but I believe it's in the right spot. So, I've been looking to switch from combustion to vaporization for a while now, and a friend of mine told me he used an Omicron V2 with some bho and loved it. So I started googling and looking things up and I stumbled across a lot of e-cigs that use liquid nicotine. Now, I'm far from an engineer, but one would think that if it vaporizes liquid nicotine, it could, hopefully without issue, vaporize co2 oil as well? The Omicron V2.5 is ~$140 with $10 carts. The Vape King Storm V2 is ~$90 for two, comes with atomizers, refillable carts, etc. And has a system you can buy to by-pass the carts/atomizer and have it built in to one unit. They don't use fillers or anything (no cotton/glycerin/anything), and I dont see a reason why they wouldnt work, which is why I'm posting this. Too good to be true usually means it's too good to be true.