Looking to Start Vaping Here's Your Step-By-Step Guide to Disposable Vapes!

Vaping Starter Kit
Firstly, congratulations on embarking on your journey into vaping. To start vaping, you'll need to pick up a kit and some e-liquid, it's as simple as that. When you're just starting out, you'll want something straightforward and reliable. All vaping starter kits work in the same way, they consist of a power source and a tank to hold and heat the liquid until it vaporizes.

These kits fall under the general term "Vaping Starter Kit". Each kit contains all the hardware you need to begin vaping. For some products, the e-liquid may need to be purchased separately. While these kits may look slightly different, they all operate on the same principle described earlier: the battery provides power, which is converted into heat through a resistor, vaporizing the liquid. This simple yet effective process allows you to take your first step into vaping with confidence.

Types of e-cigarette kits

While all vaping starter kits are designed to include some type of battery and tank, they can be categorized into three different types. To help you better understand what they are and which ones might be best for you, we've outlined them briefly below.


CigAlike: Cigalike kits are designed to look and function like traditional cigarettes. They come in fully disposable versions and prefilled models, both offering a variety of flavors and nicotine strengths. Due to the incredible evolution of the industry, this type of e-cigarette is no longer commonly used.


Pod Kits: Pod kits have gained popularity for being perhaps the simplest vaping starter kits available. They consist of rechargeable or prefilled liquid pods and a battery. There are some key differences between the two types, as outlined below.


Prefilled pod kits (Disposable e-cigarettes) require minimal maintenance, using pre-filled liquid pods with different nicotine concentrations and flavors. Once empty, they are disposed of and replaced with new ones.

Refillable pod kits offer more options in terms of nicotine concentration and flavor, as users need to select their own liquid to use with the kit. The pods themselves can be refilled multiple times, only needing replacement when performance declines or the taste becomes unpleasant.         


Open Tank Kits: Open tank kits are the most common type of e-cigarette, combining a tank and battery. Before the introduction of pod kits, open tank kits were the recommended choice for new users and remain very popular to this day. Users should perform regular but simple maintenance, including filling the tank and changing the coil when taste or performance deteriorates. With such kits, you can choose your own liquid, giving you more options in terms of flavor and nicotine strength.

Now that you have a better understanding of what vaping is and how it works, it's time to get started. To begin vaping, you'll need to choose a kit and some e-liquid. To help guide you, you'll find descriptions of the pros and cons of different vaping starter kits, as well as a full explanation of what e-liquid is and which type of e-cigarette might be right for you.


What vaping starter kit do I need?

We mentioned earlier the main types of vaping devices recommended for new users: disposable e-cigarettes, pod kits, and open tank vaping kits. Choosing the right kit for you is an important step in transitioning from tobacco to vaping. Below, we outline the pros and cons of the recommended kit types.

Disposable E-cigarettes: Disposable e-cigarettes are a great introduction to vaping and can help you get accustomed to the idea of using an e-cigarette instead of traditional cigarettes.

They are compact, allowing you to carry them in your pocket or bag and use them whenever needed. When the battery and e-liquid are depleted, there's no need for charging or refilling. You simply start using another one.

While not the most cost-effective option in the long run, their lower initial cost makes them an enticing choice for new users who want to decide if vaping is right for them. Typically, you'll use one or two disposables before switching to another type of kit.


Rechargeable Pod System: Compared to pre-filled or disposable pod kits, refillable pods or pod systems offer a more compact size and a greater selection in terms of liquid flavors and nicotine concentrations.

They are smaller in size, typically with smaller batteries than open-tank systems, but overall require less maintenance.

In terms of maintenance, you'll need to regularly refill the capsules with your chosen liquid. Once you get accustomed to this task, it becomes quite straightforward. By using your own liquid, you can enjoy more variability in flavors and nicotine concentrations.

Pod System with Refillable Pods: While not the smallest among recommended kits, open-tank systems usually come with larger batteries, providing longer vaping times between charges.

To maintain these kits, you'll need to refill them regularly and understand how to replace coils. The long-term costs will be limited to purchasing new coils and more liquid. Each coil pack will be cheaper compared to pre-filled pods or refillable pods.

Choosing your first vape kit can be a daunting process and will certainly impact your vaping journey, but we're here to help whenever you need it. You can reach out to our support team via email, WhatsApp, or facebook group, and we'll be more than happy to assist you.