November 9th, 2018
TOP FIVE VAPES
November 8th, 2018
#1 – VooPoo Drag 2 (Best Classic Vape Kit)
Featured recently on our website here, the VooPoo Drag 2 really got us excited. It’s everything we loved about the original Drag: accurate temperature settings, custom screen themes, and extra durability. At $124.99, this is an excellent vape for anyone chasing flavor, and cloud production.
#2 – Sibra F (Best Starter Kit)
For those looking to jump into vaping as a hobby, the best place to start is from our collection of starter kits which feature built-in batteries, as well as pocket sized designs. We’ve included the Sibra in our list because its rare a vape this cheap performs this well. For only $43.99 the Sibra chucks small to medium sized clouds with solid, recognizable flavor.
#3 – Suorin Drop (Best Pod System)
The Suorin Drop is still a favorite for any salt-nic vapers. The Drop comes with easy refill pods, giving you flavor that outpaces almost every other pod system to date. The device is small enough it is never bothersome, but heavy enough it’s never lost in a pocket. $40.99 – includes 2 pods and a fully charged battery.
#4 – Juul (Best for Smokers)
While the Juul has received some negative attention in the past months, we still believe it provides the smoothest path from smoking to vaping. Although the Juul doesn’t necessarily lower nicotine dependents, it does control cigarette cravings extra-effectively. The salt-nicotine hits quick meaning less time vaping to chase a buzz. The small design is inconspicuous, and the vapor light and discreet.
#5 – Vandy Vape Pulse BF Squonk kit
(Best Rebuild-able Kit)
I also wanted to make sure a more advanced vape kit was thrown into our top 5 list. That’s why I settled on the Vandy Vape BF Squonk. I have one gripe with this kit: the air intake whistles slightly. Other than that, I find no faults. The flavor is clean, and the squonk bottle built into the interior of the mod makes dripping easy, and eliminates the need to carry a bottle of juice with you everywhere. This mod is unregulated, so be sure to refresh yourself on Ohm’s Law before building on this device.