A starter kit should contain everything that you need to enjoy your first vaping experience. Here is our list of the best vaping starter kits on the market.
Don’t be put off by “sub-ohms”, “coils” or “tc” — starting to vape is actually a very simple process made easier by purchasing a starter kit which contains everything that you need to get going. Whether you choose to buy a more complicated product later on or stick with what you know you enjoy is entirely up to you. Here’s our brief guide to some of the best e-cigarette starter kits around.
Best refillable e-cigarette starter kit: APOLLO Oracle X Kit
This is an excellent refillable starter kit, meaning that you can refill your Oracle when you run out of juice by buying some e-liquid. Now e-liquids are where the fun starts for many vapers, there is an enormous range of flavors and they are cheaper and frankly better than the cartridges that come with other starter kits. This starter kit comes with an Apollo Superior 900mah eGo battery, an Apollo CE4 clearomizer, a USB charger and a 10ml bottle of Classic Tobacco — everything that you need for a few days of vaping (RRP £19.99, our price £17.99).
Best value for money e-cigarette starter kit: Blu Pro Kit
You get a lot of quality for a low price with the Blu Pro Kit, which contains a Blu Pro Battery (900mAh), a Blu clearomizer, a Safe Charge USB cable and a 10ml bottle of Classic Tobacco 18mg e-liquid. In other words, you get everything you need to quit smoking in one inexpensive pack. Users are impressed at how easy it is to use, maintain and enjoy. Oh, and you also get much better vapour than you get out of a disposable too. (£18.99).
It’s just as good as the other brands, but at a fraction of the price. This little Gammuci blows the competition out of the water with its micro price point (£7.99). How does it manage to be so cheap? Well, it only cuts corners where it doesn’t matter — sure the packaging isn’t so robust and the marketing isn’t quite as slick, but the actual performance of the Gammuci is very respectable. You get a rechargeable battery, a charger and a cartomizer. The Gammuci does use pre-filled cartomizers instead of e-liquid, which makes it easier to use, but less economical in the long-run.
It looks more expensive than the Blu and the Apollo starter kits, yet it somehow manages to be a few pounds cheaper, (£14.99) the Hoxton Starter Kit must be doing something right. It’s a stylish little e-cig with a sleek design, and most importantly, a long battery life. This easy-to-pilot device comes with everything that you need to get started, including a 10ml bottle of e-juice, so you can’t really go wrong.
What’s your favourite e-cigarette starter kit?