With the start of a new year, you may be considering the vaporizer as an alternative to smoking, or maybe you’re looking to upgrade what you’re currently using. Intrigued by all the cool-looking tanks, coils and other gadgetry that builds an e-cig, you may also be overwhelmed by the offerings. As an e-cigarette company and a technology-focused business, we know how to make it easier to add the right pieces and order a vaporizer that meets all your needs. Before you invest or upgrade, take these three factors into consideration.
Know the Types. The vaporizer category has all different kinds of devices, ranging from micro-cigs to larger tank vaporizers. It’s important to start with something simple and easy to understand. For most people, this would be the micro-cig.
Disposable e-cigs are typically for beginners. While they’re the easiest to use, you should keep in mind that the vaping experience with a Disposable is not quite as good as you’ll get with a rechargeable model. However, the initial investment is less than that of a starter kit and they will give the novice a taste and help them make a decision about investing in a kit.
A vaporizer pen is as simple and sleek as the name implies. They run the gamut as far as price, features, and quality are concerned. For example, our popular V2 Pro Series 3 vape pen is a top-of-the-line, powerful, high-performing device for the serious vaper looking for a top-notch e-liquid experience.
Vaporizer pens are refillable, allowing you to try lots of different types of juice for a more flavorful experience. Some allow you to vape with different materials from the same device with compatible cartridges for e-liquids, loose leaf and wax. This way, you get to experience a variety of tastes and experiences. Vaporizer tanks are significantly larger than refillable ecig cartridges, so the need to stop and refill is far less frequent.
Our best advice? Try everything, and take your time. You’ll learn what satisfies your “inner vaper” and what might make the best selection for 2016.
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