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Latest E-Cig Reviews
- May 4, 2016I’d really like to say that Cortex TC is a perfect mod but sadly I can’t – it’s not perfect in my case but that might be due to some of my idiosyncrasies. However, I will say that if you’re not nit-picky as I am you will be perfectly satisfied with this device – actually, you’ll probably love the whole kit.
- April 20, 2016The cigalike devices that V2 Cigs made their name for might have fallen out of favor with vapers in recent years, but the new Pro Series sees the brand keeping pace with industry trends, and in many ways, forging ahead of them. The Series 7 breaks new ground by providing support for vaping loose leaf and wax alongside e-juice, thanks to an innovative selection of magnetically-connecting cartridges. The result is a truly game-changing device, perfect for anybody who wants a single device for all their vaping needs and smokers or vapers looking for a straightforward, user-friendly experience. V2 is known for quality, so we’re expecting a lot, but priced at $169.99, is the device really worth the expense? We’ve put it to the test in our V2 Cigs Pro Series 7 review to find out.
- April 19, 2016V2 Cigs has been in the e-cigarette industry for a long time, after having built their reputation by putting out one of the best cigalike devices on the market, but they’ve kept pace with the trends in the industry. The Pro Series sees them stepping into new territory, putting out the eGo-style Series 3 alongside the bigger, mod-like Series 7. Both of these devices have the same core selling-point: you can use them with loose leaf and waxes alongside standard e-liquid, which works thanks to their unique magnetic changeable cartridge system. For the Series 3, this means you have a slim, portable device with a 650 mAh battery that can support anything you want to vape, as well as keeping the operation as simple and intuitive as possible. But does the performance live up the hype? Is it worth the $59.99 price tag? Our V2 Cigs Pro Series 3 review takes an in-depth look at the device to find out.
- April 14, 2016The Joyetech Cuboid is smart, simple, and safe. With this mod you need to keep your RDA/RTAs contacts clean. Make sure there's no overflow of juice getting in your contacts or else you might encounter the mod not firing. The Cuboid box mod is great for beginners but might not be so great for vapers who want more control in setting their firing power.
- April 7, 2016Joyetech is a well-established name in the vaping industry, with their eGo device being one of the watershed moments in the history of the technology. The new eGo AIO sees Joyetech combining their famous eGo-style devices with the new move towards all-in-one style devices epitomized by the earlier eGrip and other devices like the Nebox from Kanger. The AIO has an in-built 2 ml tank, a 1500 mAh battery and replaceable sub-ohm atomizer heads, offering everything a new vaper needs aside from some e-juice. For just $19.90, the device is a very tempting option for new vapers, but does the reality match up to the marketing spiel? Does the device really have what it takes to help long-term smokers kick the habit? Our Joyetech eGo AIO review looks at the device to find out.
- April 1, 2016Button Junkie is a line-up of juice for the long-term vaper. With high-VG mixes, four fruit and dessert flavors to choose from and a good selection of nicotine levels at the lower end of the spectrum, the brand has a lot going for it. The flavors include the pineapple and buttery cake Gorilla Trigger, the custard, strawberry, brown sugar and vanilla Vulture Punch, the apricot, peach and tropical fruit Crack Panda and the orange, lemon, grapefruit and cream Tiger Fire, all of which have the potential to be stand-out juices. But the price of $12 for a 15 ml bottle or $22 for a 30 ml bottle might be a sticking-point for some. Are the flavors worth paying a little more for? We’ve tested out the juices for our Button Junkie review to find out.
- March 3, 2016Best known for the Suicide Bunny line, Pip’s follow-up comes in the form of King’s Crown, a collection of four juices that aim to pick up where SB left off and take the basic formula in a new direction. With the peanut butter and cream blend the King, the strawberry lemonade Fight Your Fate, the sweet custard, spice and stone fruit Bound by the Crown and the cream and butterscotch Claim Your Throne, the selection has plenty to offer for lovers of sweet and fruity e-juice, relying heavily on the creaminess that made SB so popular while forging its own path. The juices are pretty expensive – at $22 for a 30 ml bottle – but if Pip’s other offerings teach us anything, it’s that sometimes it’s worth paying a bit more for superior quality. But do the flavors from King’s Crown deliver? We’ve vaped the four juices for our King’s Crown review to find out.
- February 27, 2016The Cloud Company is the third line of juice from Suicide Bunny’s Pip, promising a higher VG, cloud-friendly line up packed with similarly delicious flavors. The design and style takes cues from the more well-known predecessor, and with flavor combinations like lemon cookie and cream and crème cake and salted caramel, the Cloud Company looks to be continuing in the same vein as the well-established brand. But is the line up just an attempt to recapture what made Suicide Bunny so amazing, or can it stand on its own two feet and justify the $22 price tag for a 30 ml bottle? We’ve tasted the five flavors for our Cloud Company review to find out.
- February 24, 2016Craft Vapery is one of the original e-juice subscription services, and as well as having opened an online vaping store, they’ve brought out a range of three e-juice of their own. The juices were created with the aim of putting some unique tastes into vape-able form, with toast and jam, cornbread and sticky rice flavored juices on offer – three flavors that you’ll struggle to find anywhere else. The juices are all delicately-mixed for a well-rounded, balanced flavor and lab-certified, but come out a little on the expensive side at $12 for a 15 ml bottle. The question is: does the juice make it worthwhile? Our Craft Vapery Certifiably Vapable Liquids review taste-tests the liquids to find out.
- February 11, 2016The iStick series has revolutionized vaping for those just switching from smoking, providing a set of capable devices that maintain a pleasing simplicity and are available for very affordable prices. The 40 W version includes temperature control, bringing the series in line with the leading box mods on the market today, and supporting both nickel and titanium coils. The 40 W power output may seem a little low for converted vapers, but for a just-switching smoker or even a non-cloud chaser, it’s nothing to baulk at. Plus, the mod has an in-built 2600 mAh battery, making it a great option for a first mod, and it’s also compact and portable enough to take out of the house. Available for just $34.95, it’s a very tempting option for the price, but is it as good as it sounds? We take a closer look in our iStick 40W TC review.