A guide to starter or beginner e-cigarettes

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innokin endura-T20S
Innokin Endura T20S

Starter e-Cigs can be simple yet effective

Starter e-Cigs or starter kits are primarily designed for beginners, but they’re also fairly common among more experienced vapers. Many make perfect secondary or back up devices, and they’re handy to slip into your pocket when you’re heading out for the day. Many make suitable stealth devices too. 

Although they are a scaled down version of their feature-rich siblings, mods, many offer more than sufficient power and satisfaction to help with the transition process. Perhaps their most appealing feature is simplicity, as many of today’s models house merely a single power or fire button.

For an in-depth look at various starter kit types, you can read my post on The Vapers Table.

Examples of products proven to help smokers quit

An all in one e cig
Aspire PockeX AIO
Innokin T20s
Innokin T20S
Joyetech eGo AIO
Joyetech eGo AIO
A Pod System
Suorin Air Pod System
aspire breeze 2
Aspire Breeze 2 Pod System
Innokin EQ Pod System
Innokin EQ Pod System

The above devices are some of the most respected on the market. They offer a high level of safety, performance and satisfaction. As far as the selection process goes, I suggest visiting a local vape shop, this way you can take them for an actual test drive.

I wanted to keep this short, but if you’re wanting more information about suitable devices for beginners, please let me know.


6 thoughts on “A guide to starter or beginner e-cigarettes”

  1. I bought an Aspire Breeze 2 pod system to see if it would be good for newbies
    I really like it and the fact you can change the coils is great too
    So much to choose from these days it’s hard to keep up
    I also tried the Aspire Pockex AIO and found one little thing I didn’t like > if you lie it on its side on a table sometimes the device rolls and the fire button fires .

    • I like the Breeze too, Margaret, but I really love the PockeX.
      I’ve never experienced that issue, sounds like the fire button is rather loose.
      More smokers like the PockeX than any other device I’ve shown them over the past year and a half.
      It’s my favourite on the go e-cigarette.

  2. Sad that this is the first time I’ve seen this. I try to follow everything for beginning vapers. They have been neglected big time by the reviewers and the industry in general IMO. I’m strictly a mouth to lung vaper and it is very hard to find anything new for us. I stuck with the ego and protank/nautilus for years. Finally the T20 and the T20S came out and I loved them. I still use them but have also gone back to the nautilus mini tank on top of the T20 batteries. Love some of the pods for smokers especially and I’m trying out the Nautilus AIO and it is pretty nice. The Zenith is another one that is great but big. I like small tube mods and 20mm is about as big as I like to go. 7 year beginner here 🙂

  3. Ed,
    Thanks for your comments. I’ll be expanding more on these starter e-Cigs soon, and agree that too much focus is placed on current vapers.
    We and the industry need to focus more on the smoker, best for everyone in the long run.
    I just got the new Innokin EQ and I’m really impressed with it, huge battery for a Pod system at 800mAh.

    Take care and keep in touch.
    My site for smokers and new vapers is https://www.thevaperstable.com/

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