The vaping industry has advanced quickly in this new age, introducing sleeker and more portable vape or e-cigarette kits. These vape kits feature a mechanism containing a battery, coil (also known as an atomizer), and tank. The battery is the power source to the coil while the coil heats the e-liquid within until it is vaporized, while the tank is for holding the juice.
Every vaper and even non-vaper should be familiar with the basic types of vaping kits, which are categorized into four: cig-a-like e-cigs, vape pens, mods, and pod vapes. Read on till the end of this write-up to learn more about these devices, including their features, perks, downsides, and different classes.
4 Basic Types of Vaping Kits You Should Know
This first-generation vaping kit comprises the typical features of a vape in addition to a cartomizer. A cartomizer merges the e-liquid holder with the atomizer.
There are two different kinds of Cig-A-Likes – refillable and disposable. Disposable e-cigarettes are pre-filled with e-liquid, while refillable ones have to be manually filled. However, both use less e-liquid and are perfect options for transitioning from smoking to vaping.
Vape pens are second-generation devices with a larger battery size than their predecessor. They come in different variations with four respective features: fixed voltage, sub-ohm tanks, variable temperature, and variable voltage.
These kits are easy to use and pretty handy irrespective of the size you choose. In addition, they have outstanding cloud protection with the option to adjust the airflow outlet. On the downside, though, it has a short battery life but longer than cig-a-likes. It also has a higher possibility of having leakage or battery problems.
Of the four basic vaping kits listed here, this third-generation device is part of the latest versions and has become widely adopted, given its evolved features. The two types of mods are the regulated and the unregulated ones.
Regulated vape mods feature a circuit board that allows you to customize their features like temperature control, voltage, and wattage. They come in two classes, tube mods: advanced vape pens and box vape mods: box-like vapes.
In contrast, unregulated mods have no inbuilt features like the regulated ones, meaning they have no circuit board to protect users from breakdowns. They are not recommendable for beginners as only vapers with experience can handle the device’s lack of safety features.
Pod vapes are structured very simply and are usually the first and right choice for beginners. They come in two categories, closed pod (disposable) and open pod (refillable) systems, similar to cig-a-likes.
These devices do not need much maintenance besides replacing the atomizer and refilling the e-liquid. Plus, the common types have no inbuilt screens or controls as it only requires drawing, using your mouth to activate it. However, it does not have much cloud protection but offers a significant nicotine strength.
By understanding these basic types of vaping kits, you get to save yourself the trouble of purchasing vapes that do not suit your needs. Also, with the explanatory list, you become aware of not just the pros of the devices but also their disadvantages.