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VYPE ePOD Canada

Discussion in 'Vape Pod Systems' started by NeonH1, Jan 2, 2019.

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  1. NeonH1

    NeonH1 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 11, 2018
    Did you get your replacement ePod? Are you still enjoying it? If you haven't tried the mango flavour yet, I'd recommend it.
  2. Zahlia

    Zahlia Full Member

    Nov 20, 2018

    Thank you for the follow up. I did end up receiving the replacement device. It took quite a while. In the interim, I just ended up purchasing another Vype EPod. Just made sense. For the last few weeks I have been interchanging between the Juul and the Vype Epod. Even as I type, I have both devices on me and the charging units in my briefcase.

    For Vype I have only tried the Tobacco and Vanilla. I may give Mango a try as my cousin who switched over to the Vype also recommended Mango being a good flavor.

    Lately, I have been finding that the gas stations where I purchase the Vype pods from are very unfamiliar with he product. It usually takes 10 minutes for them to locate the right device. Many of the gas station attendants mention there are so many devices now they can’t recognize each device. For that reason, I am considering just ordering the Vype pods on-line.

    I have also noticed that since I have been using the Juul and the Vype I am barely opting for using my sub-ohm tank. Just given all the hassles with charging and the juice not to mention the portability. My sub-ohm device has been sitting quietly in a corner.

    If you haven’t tried Juul yet, I would recommend it as a good back up device. Their Tobacco is decent and their vanilla. Their fruit flavor is not for me and their mango is decent but gets tiring after a while.

    I think I may purchase a bottle of the Vype juice to try in my sub-ohm tank.

  3. Dwyer

    Dwyer New Member

    May 10, 2019
    So I see that I'm bumping a pretty old thread, but it was the first one that came up when I was looking for my problem. It seems that the coil in the pod atomizer burnt out long before the liquid was finished. Has anyone else found this, is it a common problem? I'm using the 57mg salt pods, with the tobacco flavour, and I love it ... but it's got that coil burnt out taste, and the pod is still 3/4 full. Do I just buy a new pod and hope for the best?
  4. Zahlia

    Zahlia Full Member

    Nov 20, 2018
    So back in April I had to return 5 burnt pods for the VYPE EPOD. I had to do the same two months prior to April. I did the same thing as before: Contact Vype. They send a prepackaged Canada Post label. I placed the pods in the packet and sent it off. Delivery was confirmed as they received it on April 8. However, I didn't hear back. I emailed VYPE two weeks ago to follow up since my device malfunctioned (second malfunctioned device). I didn't hear back. Finally, today I contacted them again today and they will be sending me the pods and a new device. I would suggest contacting VYPE.
  5. NorthVape

    NorthVape Full Member

    Apr 18, 2019
    -@Dwyer.. yeah as mentioned above you can send em back.. I’ve had a few too.. if you google burnt pod phix there is a guy who has a method that has worked for me on a couple and not on a another so I got it replaced.
    Also— the pods tobacco.. and other are fairly thick juice.. unlike all other vype Ejuice (EPEN and bottles... which are made in the UK) the epod juice is from the USA and Does NOT contain water (as the others do). So be sure to give your epod a couple seconds between long pulls and avoid chain vaping so the juice can saturate the wick.. I’ve done this and have had no burnt pods as of late. While some may be duds... after research I’m convinced I was burning them by taking long draws back to back to back. Good luck and welcome to the forum!
  6. rbeatnik

    rbeatnik New Member

    May 23, 2019

    this is an issue across pods, as far as I can tell. What seems to remedy it is to take out the pod and squeeze it along the metal part, along the shorter ends (see image) until you see bubbles, this cleans it out a bit and you should taste the difference afterwards.

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