How Much Does a Vape Cost? | Starter Kit Edition
Firstly, the cost of vaping with starter kits is gonna run you about $40 with an internal battery starter kit with e-liquid. Guys, this is Vape Reviews by VapeWild and we’re here to talk about the cost of vaping starter kit edition. Now there are two different types. So we’re gonna talk about them in a general way.
Internal battery starter kits: $20-$50
First, you’ve got internal battery starter kits. They’re a little bit on the cheaper side, 20 to $50 with juice and all that factored in. So if that’s what you’re looking for, we’ll talk about that right now. Like you see here, they’re gonna be a little bit lower power. You won’t get overwhelmed with a bunch of vapor right off the battery.
So these are gonna Top out about 80 watts, and that’s what the internal battery inside of it. They’re great. They’re awesome for starting your transition to vaping. And they’re a lot less stress on the wallet. The best way to use these. They’re always gonna have a coil inside the tank. Always. So you wanna make sure that the recommended voltage is within that coil’s range. And if you don’t know where to find it or you don’t know what that wats range is, hit their customer service team because they’re award-winning, they love this stuff and they just wanna help you get started the way that works for you. Some are gonna be straight voltage.
Now that means that you’re not gonna be able to adjust the power and the wattage. So you don’t have to worry about the recommended water range. All you have to worry about is refilling the tank, changing the coil, and recharging the battery. That’s it. It’s just easier. They’re wicked, and popular because they’re simple. They just make life a lot easier. You get the tank, you get the mod, and you get a pre-installed coil with a replacement coil. You get two coils. For those of you who are doing horrible math, it took me about 30 minutes to figure that out.
External battery starter: $40~$60
The next step up is going to be your external battery starter kits. Now, these are gonna come with the mod your tank, and your coils, but there are no batteries. So you’re gonna have to spend a little extra to get a set of batteries there. A bit more pricey. If you take away the battery part, they’re about $40 to start with. That’s the average. Right? They’re gonna range anywhere from 30 to about 60. Keep that in mind when you get one without an internal battery, you have the option of having an extra set of batteries that are fully charged up.
So all you got to do is change the battery and just go about your vaping ways. That means that while one battery is charging, you’ve got a full charge. One is a backup plug around vapor way. The other ones charging, you’re happy. Vaping is just a happy thing with external batteries are gonna have to know a little bit about battery safety. We’re gonna talk about it at the end. If you didn’t know batteries are also called bats, but batteries. Robert just gonna call them bats from now on, but remember, there’s no wings, no fangs, we’re fine, no fur. They don’t stick batteries else. When you have external battery mods, they can also range anywhere from 80 watts up to 220 watts.
But again, remember, I was talking about that recommended wattage range a little bit earlier. Make sure that that and again, you can always ask our customer service peeps, nobody vapes at 220 watts, at least. I just think that is silly. I don’t know why you never want to. I’m about 100 watts, max, as is me. If you’re starting now, you’re probably not gonna want to be that either. I’m just saying, so as I said earlier, these average about $40, but if you add in the batteries, especially if you get an extra set, either one or two, depending on the external battery starter kit, then you’re gonna spend about $60. You add in some juice with the welcome four sample pack, for $61. overall, whichever started kid is best for you, is completely up to you. No one’s gonna tell you what to do, and no one’s gonna tell you which one to get.
For about 60 to $65. On average, that’s with an extra set of batteries. And some e-liquid. Again, it depends on the mod you, get the price can fluctuate. These are just the averages.
I hope that this information was really helpful for you guys.
And again, if you have any more questions, talk to my old friends on the customer service team, they’re awesome. They’re knowledgeable. They know all the things that you need them to know so that you can make the choice that’s best for you. That’s all we wanna do. We wanna help you find what works for you. So you can transition to vaping and just live in the clouds man. I like living in the clouds, the clouds are great. Clouds. Don’t you agree? Bender clouds are? Great. Just great.
Was I talking about battery safety tips earlier? It’s somewhere floating around my head. You should click on that video, washing battery safety stuff. I like battery safety keeps you safe, keeps me safe. Everybody is safe.
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