What Is The Best Vape For Me?
Price isn't always an indicator of which is better or worse, some vapes cost more because they are larger or because they have features you won't find on other devices. This blog is for new vapers who aren't sure of their preferences.
Different types of vapes at a vape shop are like different types of coffees at a cafe. Some people want a Latte, some people want an Iced Coffee. Bigger isn't always better, and sometimes you just need to find a vape that is right for you.
There are 3 main categories we use to describe types of vapes, these are just to define what style of device you are looking at. Anything that is called a "Kit" is a vape in a box with all of the accessories you need to get vaping. These accessories are usually a couple of coils, a charging cable and a few other bits to make sure your vape stays in top form while you use it. All vaping kits come with a user manual, but our highly-trained customer service staff are also here if you ever need a hand with anything. Vape Kits don't contain e-liquid, but we always offer discounts on e-liquid when purchased with a kit.
If you looking for a smaller device, a pod kit is probably the best for you. Pod kits are small devices that are super user-friendly. You can put all kinds of e-liquid in a pod, but they don't produce much vapour so we recommend using higher strength nicotine e-liquid. Pods are also cost-effective, they don't produce much vapour thus don't use much eliquid when compared to larger tanks. You don't need nicotine in your eliquid, but most users find a nicotine-containing e-liquid to be better for quitting smoking.
Larger than a pod but still simple and easy to use. People go for a starter kit if they want longer battery life or a bit more vapour. Starter kits generally have a better range of direct to lung devices, which are best for people who like larger clouds for better flavour. Starter kits have tanks instead of pods which usually hold more e-liquid.
Like a starter kit, but with a screen. The screen means that you can adjust your power levels and hone into your preferences. Advanced mods are great to help you to accurately keep track of your battery level and the variable power level means that you can essentially use your mod with any tank. Vape mods ( the base of the vape, with the buttons and the charging port) and tanks are pretty universal, so if you ever want to try a different tank, or even want to build your own coils, an Advanced Kit is the best option for you. Not to mention that many advanced kits have removable 18650 batteries, which have a long life and can be removed so you can keep spare batteries on you while you are on the go.