e Cig Starter Kits

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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