e Cig Starter Kits

Aesthetics & Form

Starter or beginner e Cigs are available in various shapes and sizes, and are generally less bulky than Mods. They’re either tubed or box shaped, providing pocket-friendly convenience, and are commonly used when out and about. 

Many experienced vapers use them for this purpose, and or as emergency back-ups.

Features & Control

Today’s Starter e Cigs offer far greater performance than earlier electronic cigarettes. Many are an AIO or All In One style, without menu’s and supporting a single fire button only.

They’re extremely simple to use and maintain, and have proven to assist many with transition. Please see our introduction and guide below. 


Although Starter or beginner e Cigs are a scaled down version of a mod, today’s atomiser coils can offer outstanding performance. 

These devices are becoming increasingly popular, even with veteran vapers. They’re small and often light-weight, and a single click of a button offers great satisfaction.

Aspire PockeX AIO

Introduction  & Guide To Starter e-Cigs​

Please read our introduction and guide to Starter and beginner e Cigs. These are generally our first recommendation for those new to vaping. 

starter e cigs

MyJet Pod System

Pod systems are the latest addition to starter e cig types. They’re very small, provide ample power, flavour and vapour. But are they suitable for you?

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aspire pockex

Aspire PockeX AIO

Aspire have produced a superb AIO device for beginners. It’s easy to use, with just a single fire button and no complex menu systems.

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Starter e Cigs

Joyetech eGo AIO

The eGo AIO, along with Innokin’s Endura T 18 and Aspire’s PockeX, IMO, represent the best in today’s ‘All In One’ (AIO) starter kits. This is a great e Cig suitable for all vapers.

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