all vapes on the market today that are designed for use with nicotine
salts have a small, lightweight design. Most manufactures have opted
to go with a less traditional styling, ranging from squares and
rectangles, to discs and over-sized tear drops. Introducing the
Joyetech eGo AIO ECO!
Ever since I decided to make a salt nic system one of my daily vapes, I've wanted a device that packed
more battery life and could hold more juice than that of the average
system. I was definitely excited when the Artery PAL II landed in my
hands to test out. The PAL II boasts a 1000mAh built in battery and a
3ml pod with replaceable coils and adjustable airflow, which stands
well above my other pod vapes that are around 250-450mAh and 2ml.
We've already tested the Smok Novo once
before, and next to the other pod systems that were being released at
the time, we decided it wasn't good enough to make the cut. We've
been hearing about the Novo more and more often though, so we decided
to revisit it and see what we think after we've had some experience
with other pod vape kits.
With the Juul now being the most
popular vape on the market, nicotine salts are becoming more and more
common as other manufacturers follow in Juul's footsteps. There's a
lot of confusion about nicotine salts and how they differ from the
nicotine most vapers are used to, so we're going to look at what the
difference is and why it's worth knowing about nicotine salts.
With the vast sea of pod vape kits that
are now available and manufacturers constantly releasing new designs,
it's next to impossible to figure out what's good, what's bad, and
why. We're going to figure out how to find the best pod vape kit and
what makes a great pod kit.