I am trying to do the same thing….. I was told that SMOK subtank needs WAY more power than then the KBOX mini can deliver. I can’t decide between the Snow Wolf 200w, Sigelei 150 TCS or the SMOK X cube 2. If anyone has opinions
The typical vape pen ranges from $30 to $100. But vapor pens can get cheaper or pricier depending on what you’re looking for. In the vaporizer world, price is pretty much indicative of quality. So the more you pay for a vaporizer pen, the more value you can expect. Keep in mind, cheaper vape pens may not hurt your wallet, but they might not last as long as a pricier vaporizer.
With the Aspire Gusto Mini, you won’t need to fuss with refilling juice, buying coils and replacing batteries. Just pop in a new pod and you’re ready to vape. No mess, just pure vaping satisfaction. Excellent for transitioning from smoking, due to its simplicity. A perfect all-in-one vape mod for beginners who want a little more power.
Note: There is no industry standard term for the liquid used in electronic cigarettes. The term e-liquid is used interchangeably with e-juice, vape juice, or vape liquid. The base components are the same for each of these terms.
Box mods come in different designs, configurations, and aesthetics. They may be constructed with fixed internal LiPo batteries that recharge via USB cables or with removable Li-Ion batteries that can be recharged either via USB or outside the mod in a dedicated charger. The majority of USB-recharged box mods allow vaping while charging (called passthrough), but not all. Removable battery vape mods allow the user to swap out drained batteries for fresh, fully-charged batteries. Both types are popular and available.
As Alex mentioned, we had a massive site re-design recently which took two months to complete, so things were quite quiet during that time. We are tying to get more reviewers in place to make sure we cover more products, but unfortunately due to the market moving so quickly it is very hard to cover even a fraction of the new products coming out and some things just get missed. We are doing our best, so bare with us! Over the last month we have published around 20 reviews, which I don’t think is too shabby. We have to make sure we appeal to all types of vapers with our reviews, so that means providing a mix of products and not just box mods.
This is probably the only time we have ever featured one device on the same list twice, but the Series 3X definitely deserves it. As we’ve mentioned above, it is a great little vape pen for vape juices, but it also does a wonderful job with loose leaf, which is why it’s our pick for the best vape pen for dry herbs.
Eleaf iStick Pico is pretty good, only 75W though. It’s tiny, only a little bit bigger than the Artery Nugget, which I also have, but has a replaceable 18650 battery, which is great when many mini/micro mods have none replaceable batteries. Granted I’ve only had it a day and only used it with Aspire Nautilus and K1 tanks, looking to buy a sub-ohm RBA soon.
Beginner vapers, however, are at a risk of drowning in this sea of information. That is why we have decided to create this comprehensive list of vapes, making sure to point out the strong points of every vaporizer featured on it. Looking for the best starter vape pen? We included it right here! We also covered the best vapes regarding vapor, flavor, and usability, along with the best vape pens for dry herbs and concentrates.
In the world of portable vaporizers, there’s a lot to consider, from size and shape down to what’s inside and what makes it tick. There is a lot of verbiage out there regarding pen vaporizers and vape pens, and many people are under the impression that since both are handheld, that these vapor pens are the same. Truthfully, the difference is in the size, and in this case, size does matter. But what is the real difference between the two? And can you get the best of both worlds?
Apologies Christopher. We were going to write the article straight after, but haven’t got around to it yet as we have just been so busy with reviews and other stuff. We should have an article up in the next month or so that will discuss all the types of vaping devices on the market and their pros and cons etc.
Size is a large factor in purchasing a vape pen. Think about your lifestyle. If you are a construction worker, you probably want to consider a larger device that is durable and will last the duration of your work day and possibly more. If you are a student and always on the go, you will want a smaller device that can fit safely in a pants pocket or small book bag pocket. If you are looking for a stealthy device, the smaller vape pens will accommodate your needs. Larger vape pens are usually saved for at-home vaping, but will provide lots of power and battery life as well.
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The Series 3X is available in three different colors – gunmetal, red, and charcoal. Don’t let its minimalistic design confuse you; this is a top-notch dry herb vape pen, one of the best on the market. The flavor is spot on, and the buzz it delivers is pretty much unrivaled when it comes to portable loose leaf pens.
Threading – These are the threads on the top of the battery in which you screw on your atomizer. Most vape pens have some kind of threading, usually 510, eGo, or both. There are some rare alternatives that we will discuss later.
Eliquid Vape Pen – E-liquid vape pens vaporize a liquid solution containing concentrates from dry herb. Eliquid can contain nicotine, cannabis, or neither–and at varying potency. This is why e-liquid vaporizer pens are helpful in quitting smoking. Smokers may use an ejuice vape pen to wean themselves off nicotine addiction by gradually reducing the nicotine potency of their eliquid cartridges. Major eliquid vape pen brands include Atmos and Vaporite. A vapor pen for eliquid is easier to operate than other ejuice vapes like mods.
While it is theoretically possible to water, or even alcohol, in a vape pen, it’s not recommended. Water quickly reaches its boiling point inside a powered up tank, and getting hit in the face by scalding hot droplets is incredibly dangerous. In addition to that, even the best vape pens can’t function properly when filled with water; their atomizers will quickly burn out, producing a sickening burnt taste, and will then need to be replaced.
That is very true. Mind you I have a sneaky suspicion that some of the people buying these cig-a-likes expect more of them, thus are disappointed and go back to analogs. I guess you have to want to quit to like vaping. If not you are going to be one of the vape-haters. Thanks for the kind words, good choice! How is it Evic VTC Mini running for you?
Joyetech is known for making some of the original classic vape pens. Now they’re back with a new one that incorporates the latest technology. The eGo AIO ECO is a mouth-to-lung vape pen. It uses 650 mAh battery with a special feature that extends its lifespan by almost double.
Obviously, just as with sub-ohm tanks, devices that can power sub-ohm tanks are coming out at a furious pace…Volcano’s Lavatube 3 and LavaBox…Johnson Creeks Vea Elite (which is actually the USA version of the S-Body Mini Torch)…the S-Body Macro by VaporShark and DNA200 (also made by S-Body I believe, who also were the makers of VaporSharks DNA/rDNA mods)…the IPV D2 from Pioneer4You…the Esquare/ Epetite and Tan DNA40 devices by Lost Vape…Snow Wolf v1.5 Limited Edition…the Troca/Alesia and Suprabox from JWell which is beginning it’s inroad to the USA market (btw, don’t forget to check out their sub-ohm coil tanks, the Strada and the Duplx)…and on and on…
Gypsy Tantrum – Watermelon, Strawberry and Kiwi topped with a touch of Cream Pinkie – Strawberry Frosted Yellow Cake Paladin – Crisp Apple, sweet Raspberry and ripe Blueberry topped with a hint of exotic Dragon Fruit. High Wire – We paired Watermelon and Honey Dew, drizzled it with Mango Puree and then topped it off with Fresh Strawberries.
Very nice round up. I think your list sums it all up as far as mods go. You have listed a device for every type of vapor out there. Myself, having gone through alot of mods…..MVP 2, 20W….iStick 30W, 50W…Sigelei 30W mini…Smok XPro M80 Plus. I have finally settled on a simple but powerful mod. The Sigelei 150W in Royal Blue. I found out that I wanted something with power, replaceable batteries, and a great product. I did read your review of the Sigelei 150W and liked it. You guys are good. Keep up the excellent work.
There is a misconception that vape pens for wax or herbs are the same due to their portable nature, but in reality, they’re not the same. The difference mainly lies in their size and the different atomizers available.
The mod is constructed from zinc alloy with carbon fiber decals. It has a luxury look and feel for fans of luxury cars and watches. Its centered 510 pin lets you to use up to 30 mm atomizers without overhang. The user interface is simple to operate, and its large screen is very easy to read.
Kandypens is a great place to start if you have absolutely zero experience with vaping. Most of our electronics will allow you to use smaller dosing sizes. Our products are also perfect for those who have experience with vaping too. Regardless of your experience new or novice, you’ll both agree this is the most convenient, best experience you can receive on the market today.
In terms of vapor quality and flavor, the Herb-E holds its own, even when compared to much more expensive devices. The devices features a two-mode operation: the Yellow Mode and the Red Mode. In the Yellow Mode, users will get the good flavor but almost no visible vapor, which is great when it comes to stealth vaping. Those who want to go all out simply need to turn on the Red Mode (by clicking the fire button five times) and then they will get dense, flavorful vapor.
A major factor that our clientele love our products is the light weight, and portability. If you travel and still want to use your vape pen, or use our instruments during the course of a day having our vape pen makes that a possibility. Kept in your safe, pocket, glove-box, our vape pens literally fit everywhere. Providing our customers with the highest amount of satisfaction is our goal at kandypens.
KandyPens offers a Lifetime Warranty on the life of the batteries of our products. If for any reason your battery stops working please contact our customer support department. Unfortunately, our atomizers are not covered by our lifetime warranty. Most atomizers will need to be replaced over time depending on usage. 
Hey guys. I’m looking to do an upgrade. I have the iStick TC40W with an Atlantis V2. The battery life sucks and I’m just not getting quite the flavor out of the combo that I was told I would get. I’m looking for something a lot better, keeping short of rebuilding coils and dripping. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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