We are launching a new section of the kickbuttandvape.com website. This will be reviews of full kits that include:
Clearomizer (or atomizer)
In short, buying one of these starter kits is all you need as an alternative to smoking regular cigarettes. Just fill the clearomizer with eLiquid and start vaping.
The calculator at the right is useable now. It has approximately values for a typical starter kit. Once we launch this section with full reviews, the prices of the kit will be automatically inserted in the calculator. Until then, feel free to "kick the tires" ...
Vendors: if you have starter kits that you would like featured in this section, contact us.
Cigarettes per day
Cigarette Cost (20/Pack)
Annual cigarette cost
Annual vaping cost
Savings Per Day
If you are new to vaping:
* The first year savings include everything at the top (above the line), plus the estimated
eLiquid you will use in your first year. After that, it is pure savings (unless you purchase
additional vaping gear). Disclaimer: this savings calculator is for illustration purposes only.
It is calculating based on costs and usage that you supply and estimating 30 ml of eLiquid as
equivalent to 200 cigarettes approximately.
Review: Advanced SVD 2.0 Kit 180 Smoke offer this excellent Advanced Personal Vaporizer Kit based on the Innokin SVD 2.0. The SVD 2.0 is an excellent APV featuring the Evolv 20 watt chipset and some serious features. The kit comes with your choice of Nautilus Mini or Nautilus, an 18650 battery, wall charger, and a 180 Smoke Ejuice of your choice.
Review: Canvape Kit 2 Here's a package offered by Canvape.com, along with some upgrades, to get you started. Plus, you get three 10 ml bottles of eLiquid so you can mix and match the flavors to determine which you like best.
Review: Canadian Vaper Kit The Canadian Vaper has two bricks-and-mortar locations: one in Newmarket, and one in Courtice. Both cater to vaping beginners and those upgrading. They have recently put several kits together and this Vapeonly Starter Kit is premium quality and includes your choice of eLiquid.
Review: Freemax iFree 25 Kit Our thanks to Freemax for sending the iFree 25 Kit for testing and review. There have been few products targeted to smokers switching to vaping and vapers upgrading from basic starter systems. Freemax have a very capable iFree 20 atomizer that they have packaged together with a new EVOD style battery in kit form and called it the Freemax iFree 25 kit. It's an outstanding starter kit or upgrade. It's packaged in an acetate tube. A separate package contains a micro USB cable. Available in seven colors with the tank and battery color matched to suit any style.
Review: Joyetech AIO This is one we requested a copy to test and review. One of the most intriguing vaping starter kits in a long time. This is Joyetech's latest iteration of the eGo style battery. At 1500 mAh, the promise this holds is for nearly a full day of vaping between charges. At this price point, getting two to last all day is well within reach.
Terminology, clearomizers It can be confusing listening to vapers. Sub-ohms, mAh's, fire button, atty's ... come on over to this page where we can help clear this all up.
Terminology, batteries Getting all twisted over batteries and the confusing wording? Check this article out that empowers you to get some "real" power for your vaping experience.
Terminology, mechanical mods Mechanical mods were some of the earliest devices and most were home-made. They started out as converted flashlights, metal tubes, electronic project boxes, and wooden boxes fitted with batteries and switches to get the power to an cartomizer. Most are not really suitable to beginners, but here's a short guide to help you understand these.
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