My gas station disposable e-cig roundup
by, 11-06-2011 at 01:13 AM (1518 Views)
Ok, so I decided to try out some of the disposable models that I could find nearby. Just in case I ever find myself in a situation where I might need one if my battery or atty might fail without any spares nearby. Or something that is easy to use and not to bulky on a road trip. All of the ones I tried were of the non-menthol variety.
The first model I tried was a blu disposable. It is a one piece unit and it cost me $8.00. The vapor production was ok for such as small model, but not nearly warm enough for my liking. Covering up the air hole did increase the warmth of the vapor, as well as improving the flavor and TH. For the price, it isn't too bad. The flavor isn't the greatest, but it is tolerable.
The second disposable I tried was a Krave. It looks like a white version of the blu disposable, but this one cost me $15.00. The one I got was absolutely terrible. There was a quite a bit of e-liquid leakage, even with the cart condoms on it. When trying to get a few vapes off of it, I got only a water flavor taste from it. It functions just like the blu disposable, but I wouldn't recommend it at almost double the price.
The last disposable model I found was a 21st Century Smoke. This was a carto/battery unit and it cost me $10.00. I though this unit had the strongest flavor and warmest vape of all that I tried. However, the battery seemed to reach the cutoff point sooner than the others.
Overall, the blu or the 21st Century might do in an extreme vaping emergency. But they don't come close to whatever your regular PV is.