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Device Comparison

Cigalike Style

  • Small & portable
  • Easy to use
  • Poor battery life
  • Low vapor production

Pen Style

  • Refillable
  • Better vapor production
  • Better battery life
  • Limited features

Mod Style

  • Refillable
  • Best vapor production
  • Best battery life
  • Temperature control

Where to start

Start simple

Everybody's needs are different. Start with something simple like our EVOD Kit to familiarize yourself with vaping, and learn what works best for you.

Always have backups

Keep in mind that you won't be able to vape while your battery charges! Plus devices can and do fail, and you don't want to be stuck without a backup.

Find your nicotine level

Start with 1.8% (18mg) for pen style devices, or 0.6% (6mg) for subohm tanks. Adjust up or down as needed. Higher strengths give more throat hit.

Hands-on experience

It is often best to see and try devices in person, or just ask for advice and opinions. Visit one of our vape shops to find your best fit.


Fresh Cartomizer

Attach a fresh cartomizer and simply take a puff to activate the e-cigarette!

Charging batteries

When the tip flashes 10 times it is time to recharge. Attach the e-cigarette to a USB charger and give it a few hours.

Pens & mods

Button lock

Most devices have a button lock to prevent accidental activation. Click the button 5 times to lock or unlock it.

Refilling tanks

Hold your tank upside down and unscrew the base. Fill to the top of the center tube then reassemble. Do not pour into the center tube!

Cleaning contacts

Use a cotton swab and rubbing alcohol to periodically clean gunk out from your tank and device's connectors.

Replacing coils

Detach the tank's base and unscrew the coil head. Prime the new coil with a few drops of E-Liquid then reassemble.

Flooded tanks

If your tank starts to spit and gurgle, hold the device upside down and fire it for a second to rid the coil of excess liquid.

Storing device

Remove the tank from your device when charging or storing it. Never charge your device unattended.

Battery Cells

Storing Batteries

Never store loose batteries in your pocket or purse where loose items could short them out. Always use a battery case.

Damaged Batteries

Do not use a battery that is cracking, peeling, dented, or swelling. Ask a retail associate if it can be safely rewrapped.

Dual Battery Mods

Always "marry" a brand new pair of the same exact type of cell for use in dual battery devices. NEVER seperate the pair.

Overheating Batteries

Never expose batteries to excessive heat like fire or a hot car in the summer. If it is too hot to hold in your hand then it may vent or explode.
E-Cigarettes generate 10 times more formaldehyde than cigarettes The myth originates from a 2015 study measuring the formaldehyde output of a CE4 clearomizer run at both 3.3 Volts and 5 Volts. The formaldehyde levels were unmeasurable at 3.3 Volts, and shockingly high at 5 Volts, resulting in a media frenzy declaring E-Cigarettes more harmful than combustible cigarettes.

The problem with this study is that they deliberately overheated an outdated device resulting in a "dry puff", which their machine might happily puff on but a human user would find it completely unbearable to puff on at all. The study really begins to appear devious in intent when you consider that we had stopped selling the CE4 tank nearly two years before they used it in the study, and that technology like bottom coil tanks and temperature controlled devices which eliminate dry puffs and overheating had already existed when they published the study.
Nicotine is bad for you While Nicotine isn’t necessarily good for you, the idea that it is the root cause of smoking related illness is patently false. Nicotine on its own has never been found to cause cancer, and its relative level of risk is more on par with caffeine consumption. Even Mitch Zeller, Director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products has publicly stated "people smoke for the nicotine, but they die from the smoke" E-Cigarettes contain ingredients present in anti-freeze. This is an old myth that just refuses to die. The ingredient in question is Propylene Glycol, but its use in some anti-freeze is for making it less toxic! Propylene Glycol is classified by the FDA as safe for human consumption, and is present in MANY food products. Heck, look at a tube of toddler’s toothpaste, the primary ingredient is Propylene Glycol! Second hand vapor is hazardous to bystanders This myth is spread by politicians seeking to ban vaping in public spaces. Several studies have found negligible levels of nicotine, not even enough to have a measurable effect on bystanders. You consume similar levels when you eat a tomato. We should be more worried about people exhaling bacteria than vapor.

Common courtesy is the only factual argument in support of public vaping bans as non-vapers can find the vapor offensive. However cellphone use and flatulence in public can be equally offensive, and not something one could legally ban, so fear tactics are a more effective approach.
E-Cigarettes are a product of Big Tobacco Lorillard, the third largest tobacco company at the time, was the first among the "big three" tobacco companies to enter the market through its acquisition of Blu Cigs in 2012. By then the technology had existed for 9 years, been on the American market for 5 years, and small business had already built up a $1 Billion market by that point. In 2015 the market was estimated at $2.5 Billion and Vape Shops alone accounted for over 60% of that. This industry was built and run by vapers themselves. E-Cigarette flavors are intended to entice children One could ask why the same accusation is not made of flavored nicotine gums which are clearly targeting adult smokers. The fact is difficult to explain to non-vapers, but flavors are an integral part of the vaping experience. It is all about finding a personalized experience that provides smokers the satisfaction they need to fill the void left by their former habit. Saying that adult smokers need nothing more than tobacco flavored E-Cigarettes is like claiming that adult coffee drinkers need nothing but black coffee, or that adult alcohol consumers need nothing besides whiskey. Non-smokers trying E-Cigarettes could move on to become smokers This “gateway effect” is as silly as fearing people will trade in their car for a horse and buggy! Think about it. Does "Hey, this strawberry cream vapor tastes great! It would be even better if it were something stuffed in paper and lit on fire, tasted absolutely horrendous, made me smell horrible, and gave me an assortment of diseases!" sound like something any reasonable person would say?

All research thus far has shown a negligible number of non-smoker "experimenters" moving on to cigarettes after vapor. It would be more reasonable to assume E-Cigarettes failed to deter those few who were already on their way to becoming smokers, rather then causing them to become smokers.


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