The Suorin Vagon Ultra-Portable System comes to us in the formidable wake of the Suorin Air card-style pod system, an original design that amazed the market last year by becoming one of the best-selling items of summer 2017. The Vagon Pod System features a compact size rivaling that of the JUUL, a curved ergonomic chassis, and an upgraded 430mAh internal battery, promising a satisfactory Nic Salt vaping experience and possibly more. The construction of the Vagon has been celebrated online as extremely high-quality and practical, including notes about a long-lasting connection and tight draw, anti-leaking measures, and resilient battery life. The vagon cost 32.99 and its pod are only 5.99 in addition.
Coming with a huge 3000mAh internal battery and the TFV8 Big Baby tank the SMOK Stick V8 is basically a box mod without the box. If you’re just starting out vaping or looking for a bit of an upgrade the SMOK Stick V8 is the absolute perfect candidate.
The Stick V8 comes in many different colors and has a very nice feel in the hand. While the Big Baby tank allows you to get rich flavor and dense clouds. Another area where the SMOK Stick V8 really shines is its ease of use. There is only one button that is used to power the Stick on and off and it is also the button that engages the coil when you’re ready to blow some clouds. Next we’ll discuss portability which the Stick V8 really excels in because of its pen like design you should be able to easily conceal it when not in use. Overall, I think the SMOK Stick V8 kit is great. The only negatives
The Suorin brand is pretty popular among smokers, and most of there costumers all love the Suorin Drop . It is small and compact and cost about $29.99. Customers often come back after buying the drop with great reviews and to buy more drop cartridges which only costs $5.99
The SMOK Majesty mod is a significantly older model, released over a year ago, while the SMOK Devilkin mod is a bit newer, being released in late spring 2018. Both mods have overall great reviews, most websites averaging over 4.5/5 stars. When purchasing the mod kits, the two mods come with different tanks. The majesty comes with the classic baby beast tank while the Devilkin is paired with the Prince V12 tank. This alone can influence the customer, as many people have preferred tanks. When held, the Majesty seems significantly more durable than the Devilkin, yet the Devilkin is significantly lighter. Both mods function very similarly with exactly the same voltage variance and settings. Due to the difference in age, the Majesty is a bit more affordable than the Devilkin ($86.99 vs. $99.99 at Climax stores). Either way, both of these mods work great long term and most customers are extremely happy with their choice. I have not received any complaints on either device from our customers and am likely to recommend it to anyone looking for a great long term vape.
Luxurious, sharp and elegant, the G Priv 2 kit offers all the pro’s of the first kit and then some, while somehow making it look so much better. The upgraded kit offers an extra 10 watts compared to it’s little brother, and a sharper resolution to its screen, not to mention a sharper body look as well. Bulkier and more angular, the G priv 2 follows the tradition of a bar trigger, while also having a second button above to lock and unlock the screen. Speaking of, the easily maneuverable screen provides an easy way to adjust the total 230 possible wattage through a high tech styled but simple to use menu, while also offering colorful options for customers to choose from. Overall reviewers have had many roses thrown on this product in their blog posts, praising its ease of use, beauty of design, and excellence of quality.