What vape Should I use? | Different Types of Vape Devices

What vape Should I use? | Different Types of Vape Devices

 

If you are new to vaping, you might find yourself in a difficult situation trying to decide what vape device is best for you. In this blog, we are going to go over the three main vape devices, how they are different from one another and what expectation you would expect from each vaping device.

Closed Vape Pod Systems

Closed system pods are a smaller vape pen that runs at a low wattage, you will usually find these in dairy's, supermarkets, petrol stations. These are a great small device to mimic the sensation of a cigarette, having the low set wattage combined with a higher ohm coil means it will create a little amount of vapour on a tight draw, really hitting that throat hit. The pod cartridges that contain the vape liquids click into the device and generally will fire when you inhale. However, these pods cartridges have to be thrown away once the liquid is empty as they are closed off system and cannot be refilled.
Pricing: these devices are cheap when purchased ranging from about $30-$60NZD however, in the long run, they will cost you a lot more. This is due to the fact they are not refillable and you will have to buy a replacement cartridge once they are empty. you will be looking at about $25 of a pack of two replacement cartridges of 3-5mls.

Pros:
-Small & Discreet
-Convenient size
-Replicates the feel of the Cigarette

Cons:
-Small battery life
-Not much variety in terms of flavours available
-Stuck to using the only flavour that’s in the pod
-Not refillable
-Bad for the environment, since the pod cartridges are not refillable it’s a use once and throw away system
-Set wattage
-Limited max wattage
-Small liquid capacity


Open Vape Pod Systems / Small Vape Pens

Now you might think these are probably going to be the same as above which don’t get me wrong they are but open pod systems really come into their own zone due to the advances in Technolgy lately. So much like the closed pod systems vaping on one of these is to replicate the draw of a cigarette and produce about as much vapour as one. The difference being the pod cartridges can be refilled with your own vape juice. The other great thing about open devices is that some of the cartridges you only need to change the coil instead of the whole thing and that you won't need to throw it away once you have used up the juice in the pod instead you can just refill it until it burns out. Some pod devices you can change the wattage to really get a vaping sensation that suits you.  
Pricing: these devices are cheap when purchased ranging from about $40-$80NZD however, The real saving is that fact you can buy your own juice and refill them roughly $15-$30NZD for a 30-50ml bottle of vape juice and about $20 for the replacement cartridges 

Pros:
-Refillable Pods
-Small & Discreet
-Convenient size
-Replicates the feeling of a cigarette
-Some have replaceable coils
-Better range of vaping your own flavours

Cons:
-Small battery life
-Limited max wattage
-Small liquid capacity

Vape Mods

We have left vape mods for last, the reason for this is that they are in their own class I liked to think the mod stands for modifiable. These devices literally have no limit in terms of what you can do on them. Unlike the pod devices, these can be modified by having interchangeable tanks, coils, drip tips, wattage, different ohm levels. Some have external batteries so you are not having to wait for the device to charge instead you can slap in a freshly charged set once the current ones are used. You can control the vapour production from blowing massive clouds or blowing smaller clouds like a pod device. These devices do tend to be a bit bigger and heavier and can feel rather uncomfortable in the pocket when carried around. 

Pricing: these devices are a bit more expensive and can range from about $70-$200NZD. Due to the nature of these devices, the users don’t generally mind the higher price tag and are a lot cheaper in the long run 

 

Pros:
-lots of modification variaty
-larger liquid capacity
-longer battery life
-interchangeable batteries
-custom wattage and coils
-airflow control
-vapour production control

Cons:
-not discreet
-big and heavy

If you would like to know what nicotine you can use in these devices please click our blog here: Can I put normal standard nicotine vape liquid in my POD Device?
  • Aug 26, 2020
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