Choosing Your Vape Starter Kit: Enclosed or Open?

Choosing Your Vape Starter Kit: Enclosed or Open? If you’re new to the world of vaping, you may want to invest in a vape starter kit. One of the decisions you need to make when ordering your kit is whether you want an open or enclosed e-cigarette. Here’s what you need to consider while making your choice. What is the Difference Between Open and Closed E-Cigarette Starter Kits? Pod systems are usually referred to as open or closed. Open means that you can use your own juice such as the Joytech Penguin, which is known for its unique style and powerful cloud. And then there is closed, like Juuls and the new Kangertech. Juuls, which is preferred by a lot of teens because you can charge it in a USB port and it has a very sleek design. Closed e cigarettes means that you have to use the manufacturer’s pod juice. As for starter kits there are also regular devices and AIOs (all-in-ones). With AIOs, you can’t remove the tank from the device. Regular ones usually have 510 connectors and the tanks will screw off, allowing you to carry multiple tanks with you, each with different flavors and/or coil setups. You might have a dual clapton build RDA for one flavor.. a single round coil RTA for another and a stock coil subohm tank for a third. AIO devices may be easier for new vapers, but it limits your ability to upgrade. You can also find a vape starter kit that features closed e-cigarettes. With this option, you have to buy small “tanks” for your e-cigarette. Those come filled...