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Vape Kits

Vape Kits, also known as e-cigarettes, come in a variety of different designs, all with various features. Here at Vape Green, we stock and cater both to new vapers trying to make the switch from smoking, as well as current vapers looking to upgrade their kits to the latest and greatest. We've carefully handpicked a range of high-quality vape kits from top brands such as VooPooAspire, and Smok (just to name a few). For all the vape kits and e-cigarettes that we sell, we also stock their Replacement Coils, pods, and other accessories for as long as possible. If you're looking for something easy to use, check out our large selection of Starter Vape Kits and Pod Kits which work well with 50/50 E-Liquids and Nicotine Salt E-Liquids. If you're an advanced vaper, we also stock high-quality sub-ohm kits which are best paired with high VG Shortfill E-Liquids. All of our products are 100% genuine and have either been sourced directly from the manufacturer or from an authorised UK distributor. If you're new to vaping, we also recommend checking out our disposable puff bars section where we stock best-selling disposable vapes such as the Geek Bar.

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If you're new to vaping, you might (understandably) be overwhelmed by the huge number of devices on the market. Knowing which mod, battery, tank, or coil to choose requires lots of research and reading customer reviews—all before even considering which E-Liquids to choose. But finding the right device for you doesn’t have to be complicated. To simplify the process, manufacturers now produce starter vape kits which include everything you'll need to set up your new device—all in one convenient box!

The vaping industry moves fast, with lots of new e-cigarettes, pods, and mod kits released on the market every week. There are plenty of reputable device brands to choose from, like Smok, Aspire, Uwell, and more. 

On this page, you'll find a brief overview of the different vape kits and starter kits to choose from. If you're not clear on the difference between starter kits, pod kits, and advanced vape kits, check out our blog post on Vape Kits: The #1 Guide To Help You With Everything You Wanted to Know.

Vape Pens

Vape pens are popular for their light, sleek design. Slim, long and shaped like a pen, these kits are portable and easy to use. Vape pens come in various styles, colours, and sizes; they can be small and compact or cigar-sized. While vape pens were initially seen as a sort of "entry-level" device, thanks to advances in technology, they can now deliver a very satisfying experience.

A vape pen typically comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, a coil, a tank, and a mouthpiece to draw from. While these vapes don't have the power of more advanced vape kits, they can be just as satisfying thanks to nicotine salts, which allow current and ex-smokers to experience smoother pulls regardless of the higher nicotine content.

Within this category, you'll also find disposable vapes, which are ready to use straight out of the box and come with a pre-charged battery and a pre-filled tank. These are a great option for people who want to try vaping, or for anyone worried about losing or breaking their e-cigarette on a night out.

Pod Mod Kits

Pod kits are among the vape industry's biggest and best innovations from the last several years. These devices are light and discrete with excellent battery life. While they aren't as powerful as some of the more advanced mods on the market, the introduction of nicotine salts has allowed vapers to get a satisfying hit and great flavour without needing a high-powered device.

Pod vape kits are highly portable and designed with simplicity in mind. Instead of using a tank to hold E-Liquids, these kits have a battery that connects to a refillable pod by magnet or a clip.

There are also several pod kits on the market with Pre-filled Vape Pods if you're looking for something a little more low-maintenance. Essentially, for this type of kit, you'll never have to refill your pod or tank, as the pods themselves are disposable. All you have to do is charge the battery.

Sub-Ohm Kits

Sub-ohm kits, box mod kits, and advanced vape kits are favoured by more experienced vapers. Users looking to swap their pens and pods for a system with greater power and versatility might consider sub-ohm vaping. 

Sub-ohm kits typically come with a larger removable battery (or two) and have a boxier shape. They are more powerful and give users greater control over wattage and voltage, and with the correct settings, they can be used to produce bigger clouds and deeper flavour.

Before nicotine salts came around, a sub-ohm kit was considered the best way to get the most satisfying tobacco-like hit.

In truth, the answer to this comes down to personal preference. While some might value the portability and low-maintenance features of a pen or pod kit, others might prefer the larger clouds and greater versatility of a high-powered sub-ohm kit. 

In the past, larger and more expensive sub-ohm kits were the only option for vapers chasing higher performance. But, as mentioned previously, the introduction of nicotine salts has revolutionised what lighter kits can do. 

One factor that you might consider when picking a vape kit is your vaping style, as pods and pens are generally favoured for MTL (Mouth-to-Lung) while sub-ohm kits are typically for DTL (Direct-to-Lung) vaping. However, advances in vaping technology mean that there are plenty of devices on the market which are capable of both, like the Smok Nord. If you're unsure whether you are an MTL or a DTL vaper, check out our blog post: What is MTL and DTL Vaping? Your #1 Comprehensive How-To Guide.

The vape kits listed here are all clearly labelled as being for MTL, DTL, or both MTL & DTL. This is because the two vaping styles require different hardware and E-Liquid types.

Mouth-to-Lung (MTL)

Mouth-to-lung (MTL) vaping replicates the experience of smoking a cigarette. It happens in two stages: a) draw in the mouth, b) breathe into the lungs. MTL produces less vapour, so it's great if you're trying to be discrete.

Vape tanks for MTL are usually designed with narrow mouthpieces. Additionally, if your device comes with an adjustable airflow, many vapers choose to keep this closed or almost closed. However, there are no hard and fast rules, so you should experiment to see what works for you. 

Direct-to-Lung (DTL)

Direct-to-lung (DTL) vaping is similar to how we breathe: straight to the lungs. This is a process favoured by some more experienced vapers. This style requires mods which are capable of reasonably high wattage and specific coils. If this sounds like your preferred style, a sub-ohm kit is likely what you’re after.

Newer vapers might prefer to start out with something straightforward and easy to use. Learning about tanks, coils, variable wattage, and sub-ohm vaping can be intimidating—in which case, it's probably best to choose a simple starter pod kit.

Additionally, if you're transitioning from smoking, you’ll likely be more comfortable with MTL vaping. Thankfully, beginner-friendly pod kits are designed with ex-smokers in mind, so most of them will support MTL vaping.

There's a wide array of brands and devices at various price points. Some are built better than others, so we recommend checking out customer reviews before making your purchase.

When you buy a vape kit, it will typically come with everything you need to get started.

It should be noted that a typical sub-ohm vape kit will not come with batteries. These need to be purchased separately. 

Most vape pens/pod kits come with the following:

A device with a built-in battery
A tank OR refillable pods
One or two coils 
USB Charger*

 *Some recent device models have stopped including chargers in their starter kits, so please ensure that you check the product information before purchasing. Devices that do not come with a charger usually require a USB type-C connection.

A mod kit or sub-ohm kit usually comes with:

A mod
A tank
A USB charger
A few coils

Depending on which brand you choose, some vape kits will have integrated batteries, while other kits will require you to purchase a battery. Please ensure that you read the product descriptions carefully; we've detailed every device's specs for your convenience.

The type of vape kit you choose has a bearing on the E-Liquid you buy. 

Pens and Pod Kits

If you're trying to quit smoking or have recently quit, vape pens and pod kits offer excellent nicotine options. These kits generally support E-Liquids with higher concentrations of nicotine, including nic salts, which provide a satisfying throat hit with nicotine derived from tobacco leaves. In addition, most vape pens and pod kits are compatible with 50/50 E-Liquids, which come in nicotine strengths of 0mg, 3mg, 6mg, 12mg, and 18mg. We recommend these kits to vapers who rely on nicotine because they support a wide range of different nicotine strengths.

The question of how much nicotine you'll need in your E-Liquid is dependent upon how many cigarettes you smoked (or smoke) per day. For an in-depth guide on how to choose the right strength for you, check out our blog post: Which E-Liquid Should I Buy? Your #1 Beginner’s Guide to the Best E-Liquids.

Sub-ohm Kits

With higher wattage comes greater flavour and clouds. The downside to sub-ohm, if you're reliant on nicotine, is that you generally shouldn't use any E-Liquid with a nicotine strength above 3mg. So, if you buy a sub-ohm vape kit, you'll have to use lower-strength E-Liquid like a shortfill. Sub-ohm kits take nicotine salts off the table, as they’ll be much too harsh to vape.

With so much jargon and choice to get your head around, the vaping world can be incredibly confusing—even for long-term vapers. So, we’ve created a detailed and exhaustive beginner's guide to vaping to help you on your journey.

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