TOP 5 SUB OHM KITS TO BUY IN 2019
For a silky-smooth vaping experience, the only real option is to be using sub-ohm equipment and liquids. Sub-ohm vaping is ideal if you are looking for a warmer vape with denser clouds. Not only that, but you’ll get an improved flavour and increased airflow. This means you’ll also be producing some tournament sized vape clouds when you exhale!
Because we love a good list here at Vape Superstore and we know you want to be kept up-to-date with the best vapes and juices on the market, we have put together a nifty little Top Five Vape Kits, to help you decide which is best for you. A vape kit is perfect if you want to ‘plug and play’ with your new vape. Everything you need, tech wise, is in the box. You just need to charge the vape, add the juice, and into the clouds you go. Simple!
Our top five features our favourite vape kits; the five we think represents the best quality and the best value. Check it out, in no particular order, below.
TOP 5 SUB-OHM KITS FOR 2019
- Innokin - Riptide Crios
- Smok - Morph 219
- Vaporesso - Luxe nano
- Aspire - Puxos
- Geek Vape - Aegis Mini
1 - INNOKIN RIPTIDE CRIOS
The Innokin Riptide Crios vape kit is an incredibly popular piece of equipment. The box contains a pen-style vape along with a Crios tank, which Innokin bundle with several of their vape kits. You get a whopping 3000mAh battery inside the unit, so charge keeps you in vape clouds for the day. Ideal for when you are out and about, especially given its compact style.
Innokin’s Riptide Crios vape kit contains a Riptide battery, a 2ml Crios tank, a pre-installed 0.25ω coil and a spare one too (which you will need to install yourself once you have exhausted the pre-installed coil – we can advise you on how to do this). The USB charging cable comes as standard, along with the instruction manual which tells you exactly how to operate the device.
This vape is designed for direct-to-lung inhaling, meaning that you bypass the mouth and inhale directly into your lungs.
2 - SMOK MORPH 219
SMOK’s Morph 219 kit is a powerful option for vapers looking for something with a bit more oomph to it. It’s a dual cell kit capable of vaping at up to 219 watts but also supports stainless steel, titanium and nickel coil types in temperature control mode. The thing that really sets this kit apart from other high wattage setups is the beautiful 1.9 inch HD colour touch screen. You can control and modify your vape settings on the highly responsive screen, displaying everything from resistance and amps to battery life and your selected output.
The tank that comes with this kit is the TFV-Mini V2 tank, coming with a standard 2ml capacity, a gold-plated 510 connector pin for super-connectivity and top fill design. Inside, the coil was made for throwing some super dense clouds that SMOK are known for with a 0.15ohm single core coil. This kit is an ideal option for people looking to explore the possibilities of vaping even further.
3 - VAPORESSO LUXE NANO
For an affordable and simple way to get into more advanced vaping, there’s the Luxe Nano from Vaporesso. You won’t need to purchase any batteries or a charger because it’s powered by an internal 2500mAh battery and is capable of firing at up to 80 watts - more than enough for most vapers. It still comes with all the bells and whistles you’ll find in dual cell setups including temperature control mode, custom curve mode and Bypass mode. All your vape settings are displayed on a bright 1.3inch colour touchscreen making it like upgrading from an old school Blackberry to an iPhone.
The Luxe Nano mod has been paired with the Skrr tank, this one is incredibly popular on its own and goes wonderfully in this kit. A top fill e-liquid port makes refilling a breeze and the improved leak proof design means you’ll never end up sticky fingers or wasted juice. If you’re a fan of the classic NRG tank, you’ll love the Skrr. It comes with the new QF coils for better wicking - but you can still use the GT coils too for even more options.
4 - ASPIRE PUXOS
The Aspire Puxos doesn’t just look good, it vapes like a dream, too. The unit comes in a number of designs (including a fashionable camo pattern, which we really like), and is really adaptable for all you customisers out there; you can even change the side panels if you get bored of how it looks!
A large firing button takes pride of place to the side of the unit, and the kit allows for you to make use of a 20700, 21700 or a 18650 battery. The unit caters for various coil types, thanks to its temperature control mode, so nickel, steel, or titanium are all equally as home with this vape.
The box contains the Puxos mod, the Cleito Pro tank (which is a side-loader, so you don’t even need to unscrew it!), two coils, six o-rings, the 21700 battery (and an 18650 battery adapter), plus your USB charger cable and user manual. You’re pretty much good to go out of the box, with this unit!
5 - GEEK VAPE AEGIS MINI
Made to stand the test of time, this is one resilient little kit with plenty of features to boot. The Aegis mod itself is drop resistant, water proof and dust proof - meaning even if you leave it outside in the rain at worst you might get a soggy tank. It’s powered by an internal 2200mAh battery, giving you up to 80 watts of power as well as temperature control and Bypass modes. It also has 2A quick charge meaning you can be back up to 80% in as little as 30 minutes, amazing for busy vapers. Essentially, you still get plenty of power and features in a compact and pretty robust little mod.
The Cerberus vape tank you’ll get in the kit is equally as impressive. The coils are suited for higher wattage vaping and the pre-installed option is 0.3ohms for a balance of vapour and flavour. It’s got threaded top fill, so there are no buttons to press and it won’t accidentally slide open in your pocket. The Cerberus is made of stainless steel and Pyrex, so as far as tanks go it’s about as durable as you can get.
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