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E-Cig Reviews on the Best E-Cigarettes of 2016

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Top 10 Best Electronic Cigarette Reviews

Latest E-Cig Reviews

  • Halo Vapour Co. E-Juice Review

    February 8, 2016
    Halo Vapour Co E-Liquid Review
    Halo Vapour Co. (E-Cigarette Direct) is one of the mainstays of the e-cigarette industry in the UK, putting out high quality juices and hardware since 2008. They’ve recently overhauled their juice selection, improving on the flavors and shifting the PG/VG ratio a little further towards the VG end of the spectrum, with the same excellent flavors – and some new ones – rebranded and re-imagined. With 20 flavors covering tobaccos, menthols, fruity and dessert options, there’s something to suit everybody in the line up, and they’ll only run you £3.99/$5.70 for a 10 ml bottle. The question is: are they worth it? Have the changes to the recipes paid off? Could vapers do better for their money? We’ve put three flavors to the test in our Halo Vapour Co. review to find out.
  • NJOY Artist Collection Review

    January 23, 2016
    NJOY Artist Collection Vape Liquid Review
    NJOY’s Artist Collection sees the biggest independent e-cig company teaming up with five of the best mixers in the industry to produce a unique line of premium, high-end juices for vapers with discerning palates. With mixers from P.O.E.T., Mr. Good Vape, Vaponaute, Good Life Vapor and Flavorz on board, the juices have a lot of appeal through the associations with well-known mixers alone, and the pretentious flavor descriptions do add to the expectations of superior quality. As you may expect, though, they also carry a “premium” in terms of the price, at $23 for 30 ml. The question is: are the flavors worth it? Has the “dream team” approach to putting out a line of juices proven itself successful? Our review finds out.
  • Suicide Bunny Review

    January 21, 2016
    Suicide Bunny Vape Juice Review - Best E-Juice Brands
    Suicide Bunny is one of the most well-known brands of juice in the industry, earning a stellar reputation thanks to the universally-loved Mother’s Milk and with every single one of their flavors having staunch supporters. For lovers of creamy, fruity and dessert-style juices, Suicide Bunny offers a collection of inventive flavor combinations and tried-and-tested favorites that seem pretty hard to beat, from the cookie, banana and cinnamon Derailed through to the sweet melon and rich cream Madrina. The designs are eye-catching and awesome, the flavors sound absolutely mouth-watering and the hype about the juices is palpable. But are they really all they’re cracked up to be? Are they worth $22 per 30 ml bottle? Our Suicide Bunny review tests the flavors to find out.
  • UD Balrog Kit Review

    January 20, 2016
    Youde Balrog Mod Kit Review

    UD is a big name in the vaping industry, having put out a multitude of well-loved atomizers ranging from the Zephyrus to the Goblin and the whole IGO-W series. The Balrog kit seems them stepping into a new field, putting out a temperature control box mod paired with a sub-ohm tank, with the aim of offering superior performance to new and experienced vapers alike. The mod offers up to 70 W of power on a single 18650 battery, and supports temperature control with both nickel and titanium coils, and has a sleek, ergonomic design as well as being compact and portable. It’s basically UD’s answer to the iPV D2 and D3 from Pioneer4You, but is it good enough to topple the more well-known mod? We’ve put the kit through its paces for our UD Balrog kit review to find out.

  • Vaporesso Target VTC Kit Review

    January 15, 2016
    Target VTC Starter Kit Review
    Vaporesso might not be a big name in the vaping industry, but their new Target VTC mod and tank could change all that. Offering temperature control from 200 to 600 °F with nickel coils, output power between 5 and 75 W and a 3.5 ml tank that uses ceramic wicks in its coils, the Target VTC kit stands out even before you get to its unique appearance. Looking like a gaming joystick and designed with comfort in mind, it’s a device that will turn heads, to say the least. But TC-capable box mods aren’t exactly rare, so can the Target VTC kit do enough to make it worth the purchase? We’ve tried out the kit to find out.
  • UK Ecig Store Enhanced VG E-Juice Review

    January 14, 2016
    Enhanced VG E-Liquid - UK ECig Store Review
    UK Ecig Store got started in 2012, and is one of the most widely-loved online vape stores in the UK. Their standard line-up of juices is huge, offering plenty of options for vapers regardless of taste preferences, but the ordinarily high PG ratio isn’t to everyone’s tastes. So they’ve updated some of their most popular offerings, tweaking the flavors and pushing the VG up to 60 % of the mix. This brings them more in line with most vapers’ tastes, but do the flavors stack up to the multitude of higher-VG options on the market? Are the juices worth £5.99/$8.60 for a 10 ml bottle. Our UK E-Cig Store Enhanced VG e-juice review tests out seven juices to find out.
  • Pax JUUL Review

    January 5, 2016
    JUUL PAX
    The JUUL isn’t your average e-cigarette. Looking more like a USB stick than a cigarette and using nicotine salts in place of the standard free-base variety found in e-liquids (and NRT), Pax’s JUUL breaks the mold in a pretty appealing fashion. With juice-containing pods you simply push into place, a sleek design, fast charging, and substantial vapor production (at least for an entry-level device), it’s well-worth consideration for just-switching smokers or vapers looking for a unique and discreet device. But is the JUUL as good as it seems? Priced at $49.99 – and with expensive replacement pods – it’s quite the investment when there are so many capable and affordable e-cigs on the market. So is it worth the purchase? Our JUUL review finds out.
  • V2 Cigs Review

    January 3, 2016
    V2 Cigs Electronic Cigarette Review
    V2 Cigs is one of the biggest players in the e-cig industry, which gives their product a lot to live up to. Fortunately for them, it delivers on virtually every front, with the only criticisms being surprisingly minor.
  • White Cloud E Cig Review

    January 2, 2016
    White Cloud Cigarettes Review

    White Cloud’s e-cig produces billowing plumes of white mist, reminiscent of the cirrus clouds which give the batteries their name. We wish they offered manual batteries and a couple more nicotine levels, but there are no serious criticisms of this e-cig at all.

  • VaporFi Review

    January 2, 2016
    VaporZone Electronic Cigarette Review and Comparison

    From the International Vapor Group, makers of South Beach Smoke and EverSmoke e-cigarettes, comes Vapor Zone, a brand that caters to a wide variety of vapers. Vapor Zone offers six different starter kits, from a cigalike all the way up to a variable voltage mod. Their specialty would have to be in e-liquid, however, as they are one of few brands that allow custom flavor blending. All VaporZone e-liquid is made in the USA using specially made-to-inhale flavor ingredients in an FDA registered lab. With over 50 individual flavors and up to three options for custom blends, combinations are endless. This Miami-based company pulls no frills when it comes to safety. Their e-liquid has some pretty high manufacturing standards and, as a result, sets the bar when it comes to e-cig startups.