Once you get past the beginners’ stage as a vaper, start looking for a supplier that stocks multiple brands and charges competitive prices. Get away from brand-specific stockists and move on to eGo kits or APVs. I hope this EVape review will guide you to their online site, at least to have a look.
EVape sells their own starter kits, kits by Innokin, and JoyeTech packages. EVape sets are the Premium, Evape-C, and Starter for $59, $58.99, and $29, respectively.
A Premium set features two pass-through batteries in silver, the charger pair, two clearomizers in five possible colors, two replacement atomizer heads, and a leather case in one of four colors.
Disposables sold here are soft-tipped, give you up to 500 puffs (according to the site, but aim for around 300), and cost $3.49. You can’t complain for that price.
The Innokin VTR costs $79 at EVape, an excellent price. It comes with a storage box, 30S rotating drip tip, a 510 extension, and a beauty ring. The VTR shows a 3-digit display with ohms, voltage, and wattage against a green background. The unprotected 18650 battery is not included.
Clearomizers, replacement coils, batteries, tips, and chargers are present in abundance. The Kanger Protank original costs $10.29. Buy an Innokin iClear 30B for $13.29. The EVape Pass-through rated 900mAh costs $18.60. A Titanium 510 drip tip is priced $7.95.
You can buy a VapeOnly BDC Clearo for $5.99 and a translucent tip in one of 7 colors for $1.99. Beautiful Gourd tips cost $2.99 or $3.99 featuring swirls or multi-color swirls.
EVape liquid is a mixture of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. Each 10ml bottle, priced 10ml, is made in the United States. Unusual flavors include ginger ale, Jamaican rum, and mango rum with up to 24mg of nicotine per/ml.
If an item you want is out of stock, this is noted right away without you investigating further and finding out just as you prepare to order.