In this category, you can find our selection of electronic cigarette starter sets and kits. Are you a smoker who is interested in switching to vaping? Or maybe an experienced vaper and you need to upgrade or replace your current kit? We have vaping kits for all needs and budgets.
What is a starter-set or vape kit?
Starter kits always consist of a battery (or battery holder) and a reservoir. In turn, the reservoir can take the form of a tank or clearomizer, refillable pod or pre-filled pod. All starter-sets have everything to get you started, including extra disposable coils. You only need some e-liquid and you are ready to start vaping.
What kind of starter sets and vape kits can I buy?
We only sell original products from trusted manufacturers such as Aspire, Eleaf, Smok and JustFog among others. Kits differ in form and functionality. If you can’t quite figure out what too chose, you can always get in touch with us. We will be happy to help you.
How do I choose a starter-set or kit?
If you are an experienced vaper, you can assemble your own kit by choosing a mod or battery and a tank. If you are a beginner, the easiest thing is for you to choose one of the e-cig kits we offer. These are the factors you need to keep into consideration.
As a vaper, you rely on your battery. The battery needs to have enough power (expressed in mAh, milliampere hour). Ideally it should last you all day. A box-mod with an external battery is your best option. If you need something smaller, be aware of the limitations of your device. For instance, make sure you can recharge your battery during the day or carry a spare battery.
Electronic cigarettes come in all forms and shapes. Smokers sometimes find electronic cigarettes quite bulky. We understand that form and look can be important. This is why we offer pen-style devices, All-in-One (AIO) kits and Pod systems in addition to box-mods.
The kits range from Variable Voltage, Variable Wattage and Temperature Control devices to easy-to-use All-in-One (AIO) and Pod systems.
AIOs and Pods.
All-in-One (AIO) and Pod systems are perfect for beginners. They are extremely easy to use. Closed-pod systems are by far the most convenient option. You buy cartridge pre-filled with e-liquid, you pop it in and you are done. Open-pod systems allow you to use your own e-liquid. Thus, unless you are a heavy smoker, you can order an e-cigarette starter kit from our selection of simple devices.
Many devices allow you to adjust the output of your battery. These kits are slightly more advanced. But still: it is not rocket science! In simple words, you adjust the strength of your device. If your device features a Variable Voltage (VV) mode, you can usually choose any value between 3.2v and 4.7v. This determines the amount of current that is applied to the coil. In this way, you personalize your vaping experience by regulating the output of the battery.
Variable Wattage (VW) essentially starts from the desired end result. Unless you have made a hobby out of vaping, the output voltage is not so important. The amount or intensity of the vapour is important! This results from the current applied to the coil. We express this in Watts. Watts (w) result from applying voltage (v) to an element that offers resistance (expressed in ohms). For instance, suppose you set your device at 14w. The electronics of your electronic cigarette will determine the voltage that is needed to deliver 14w, given the resistance of your coil.
Temperature Control Temperature Control (TC) is a recent development in electronic smoking. TC allows you to avoid those terrible dry-hits (vaping when the coil has run out of e-liquid). Temperature control draws upon a simple fact: resistance changes as the coil gets warmer. With metals such as Titanium (Ti), Nickel (Ni) and Stainless Steel (SS), the changes in temperature and resistance are correlated. Manufacturers of TC devices program this correlation in the mod. This means that you can set the maximum temperature reached by the coil. When the coil runs out of e-liquid, the temperature rises up to the value you selected. The device then lowers its output.
Is there anything else I need to know?
A last word about mechanical mods (or unprotected devices). If your are a beginner, you should avoid mechanical mods altogether. If you have been vaping for a while and are interested in these devices, we encourage you to seek further advice.