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E-Cig Reviews on the Best E-Cigarettes of 2015

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Top 10 Best Electronic Cigarette Reviews

Latest E-Cig Reviews

  • VaporFi Vox 50 Review

    March 23, 2015
    Vox 50 starter kit
    The VaporFi Vox 50 sells itself on its power. With the portable box pushing out up to 50 W, and being happy to work with atomizers down to 0.2 ohms, it’s a VW mod that’s perfectly suited to rebuilders. The only problem is that it asks for quite an investment in return, with a recommended price of around $200 for the device alone (no battery included), making it more expensive than comparable options like the Sigelei 50 W and iPV2, so the decision might not be as easy as it seems. There are many cool features on the Vox 50, including adjustable 510 connection, USB charging capability and a maximum amp limit of 22 A, but it isn’t without it’s issues either. We’ve put it to the test to see if it’s worth the investment.
  • The Vapor Chef E-Liquid Review

    March 14, 2015
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    The Vapor Chef is a US-based e-liquid mixer with flavors crafted by an ex career chef. After turning a DIY mixing hobby into a bona-fide business in 2013, the Vapor Chef has enjoyed deserved success for the beautiful selection of flavors on offer. Every recipe is infused with inventiveness, the intended tastes are perfectly captured and the result is a collection of e-liquid so delicious it virtually makes you hungry. To make this even better, they only use high-quality ingredients, US-sourced nicotine and USP grade PG and VG, and everything is made fresh to order. Whether you’re looking for a unique tobacco or dessert and fruity combinations to satiate your sweet tooth, there’s undoubtedly something here for you.
  • Black Note E-Liquid Review

    February 9, 2015
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    While we may vape the odd tobacco flavor when first making the switch, most vapers soon gravitate towards the fruity and sweet options. The problem is that tobacco e-liquids never quite capture the character of combusted tobacco, consistently lacking that special something. Black Note aims to change all of this, with a selection of eight carefully-crafted, naturally-extracted tobacco e-liquids based on classic tobaccos from basma to Virginia. The aesthetic is very high class; bringing a gourmet approach to the world of tobacco flavors. But they have an uphill battle, aiming to pull vapers away from the sugar-laden dessert-style vapes and onto complex, unique and world-renowned tobaccos. The price may be sticking-point for some, though, so can Black Note do enough to make it worth your while? We’ve put their eight e-liquids to the test in our Black Note review to find out.
  • Mr. Good Vape Review

    February 6, 2015
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    Mr. Good Vape is all about the fruit and dessert flavored e-liquids, intended as a fun e-liquid mixer created by vapers and for vapers. They have a selection of 11 flavors available, from the apple-pie influenced Dabble Dooyah through to Pistachio Man and the peaches-and-cream flavor Karma Cream. They liken themselves to Ben and Jerry’s, and the comparison is a pretty fair one – producing a range of delicious flavors, playfully named and produced by a generally friendly-seeming company. Some manufacturers might have considerably more options available, but even with all of those additional chances, very few manage to put out this many good e-liquids. Mr. Good Vape is one of the few manufacturers where if you like the sound of the flavor, you can be pretty confident you’ll love the liquid.
  • Innokin iTaste MVP V2 Review

    February 4, 2015
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    The iTaste MVP V2 is a box-mod with a powerful battery, ohm-checker and VV/VW functionality, and Innokin’s “most valuable player” comes in a kit for less than $50, with a couple of clearomizers included. If you’re looking for a dependable unit that’s still easy to use and versatile, this could be the one, and a quick search online reveals a lot of love for this device in the vaping community. Innokin has improved on the old model in terms of design and functionality, but is the new incarnation all it’s cracked up to be? Yes, you can use it to charge your cell phone and now you can adjust your wattage too, but is it really good enough in use to justify the purchase? We’ve put it to the test to find out.
  • Joyetech eVic Review

    January 31, 2015
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    The eVic is a feature-laden 18650-size VV/VW mod, with a sizeable display screen, updateable firmware, associated computer software and more menu options than we care to mention. It’s a lightweight, aluminum-bodied device with voltage adjustable from 3 to 5 V and wattage from 2 to 11 W, intending to be both capable and user-friendly. The device also comes in a kit which includes an ICR 18650 battery and allows you to charge your battery via the eVic, making it a particularly appealing choice for anybody just getting into mods. But is it the high-tech yet user-friendly future of vaping, or is it simply a bunch of needless features tacked onto a tube mod to convince you to give up your hard-earned cash?
  • Juice by Numbers Review

    January 24, 2015
    Juice by Numbers #1
    Juice by Numbers is a fairly new entrant into the world of e-liquid, but they’re earning a favorable reputation among vapers for their well-captured, fruity and dessert-based flavors. The company eschews fanciful e-liquid names in favor of numbers, their range currently spanning #1 through #7, deciding to let the quality of the juices do the talking. The line-up includes options like piña colada, peaches and cream and banana waffle, and although there’s nothing for tobacco lovers it makes for a pretty tantalizing selection. They’re on sale through VapeRev, and we’ve put the original five to the test to see if Juice by Numbers is just another in a long list of mid-range e-liquid brands or one that can really make a name for itself with vapers.
  • Vamo V5 Review

    January 15, 2015
    Vamo V5 VV/VW
    The Vamo V5 is the latest incarnation of the classic tube mod, offering variable voltage and variable wattage functionality (from 3 to 6 V or 3 to 15 W), usable in three different battery configurations (18650 and solo or dual 18350s) and featuring a new OLED screen. If you’re new to VV/VW mods, the simplicity of the Vamo is very appealing, and it’s earned a favorable reputation with vapers thanks to its dependability, performance and low price. There are a few problems with the device, though, and with competition from other mods at the lower end of the price range – like the iTaste MVP – it’s worth finding out more before you pull the trigger on your purchase. We’ve put the Vamo V5 to the test to see if it’s worth the cash, as well as seeing how it compares to older incarnations of the Vamo.
  • The Standard Vape Review

    January 12, 2015
    The Standard vape e-liquids
    The Standard Vape aims to set a new standard for e-liquid, and the brand has attracted quite a lot of attention from vapers with their unique range of fruity and sweet e-liquids. They have ten e-liquids on offer, including the marshmallow and kiwi Frankenvape, the banana-packing Curious Jorge and the crème brulee and citrus Cell Block Four, each with a characteristic (and cool) label design. The price isn’t to everybody’s taste, though, and you can only pick up 30 ml bottles, which may put off a lot of vapers just looking to try out the flavors. We’ve vaped our way through three of the e-liquids (Curious Jorge, Dead Man’s Party and Irie Nights) to see if the Standard Vape’s juices are worth raving about or simply over-priced and over-hyped.
  • P.O.E.T. E-Liquid Review

    January 12, 2015
    P.O.E.T. review
    P.O.E.T. (standing for “pursuit of excellent taste”) is an e-liquid line from Randy Freer, a vaper who wanted to recreate the flavors from his favorite Italian bakery. He subsequently got awesome at it and five of his e-liquids went on sale at VapeRev, with romantically Italian-sounding names like Torte De Pastaccio and Americano Ciambella, and the implicit promise of gourmet quality. There are now eight, and P.O.E.T. is making quite a name for itself in the community as an excellent mixer, serving up primarily dessert-style e-liquids with a couple of drinks thrown in for good measure. We’ve put the original bunch to the test to see if the hype, borderline-food-porn descriptions and slightly inflated price tags are justified by the quality of the e-liquid. How far down the road to excellent taste can the P.O.E.T. go?