In my view: you have to options when it comes to the best AIO vape kits in mid-2018 (and it kinda depends on where you live)…
An AIO vape is designed to be simple, so if you find tanks and mods a little fiddly, they’re basically aimed at you.
AIO stands for “All In One” vape system, by the way.
And these types of vape kits are IDEAL for beginners. You don’t need to worry about tanks, about batteries, about wicking. Nada!
All you have to do is charge them, insert a pod and/or fill up the pod with E Juice, and you’re away.
If you’re a little put off by the complexity of some vape kits, you’ll 100% be better off starting your journey with an AIO vape.
AIO Means All In One Vape Kit
Plenty of hardcore vapers, including myself and Grimm Green, don’t actually like carting around massive mods and tanks around with them.
They’re too bulky in the pocket, and the clouds they kick out can be, well… a little too much for a quiet beer in a bar.
And I happen to agree with this sentiment.
I like having something more discreet when I’m out and about, either with friends in town or when I’m driving long distance.
Why I Use AIO Vape Kits “On The Go”
For me, it’s about four, key factors:
- They’re simple and there are no moving parts (I don’t need to drip)
- They don’t kick out massive plumps of vapor
- They’re discreet; I can have it in my pocket and hardly know its there
- They’re stealthy as F**K – ideal for cheeky vapes
At home, or when I’m chilling, I use RDAs and RTAs.
You just cannot beat a good RDA tank for flavor when it comes to a good ol-fashioned vape session.
What “All In One” Vape Kits Do I Use?
Simple: the JUUL.
Why? It’s awesome – it just works.
It also runs Nic-salt E Juice pods which are extremely tasty and VERY potent, which means I’m not chain-vaping when I use the device.
You could try chain-vaping a JUUL, but you’ll end up feeling a little sick – it’s just too potent in the nicotine stakes.
The JUUL is discreet, super lightweight, and it vapes beautifully with a near-perfect MTL draw.
I also do the JUUL auto-ship thing too, whereby JUUL sends you a fresh pack of JUULpods every month, ensuring a constant supply of the good stuff.
I do this for two reasons:
#1 – I don’t have to think about it; it just arrives and I never run out.
#2 – I save 15% on each pack (and you can too, just sign up)
For me, the JUUL is just about the best AIO vape system around.
It is insanely simple to use and live with. The ecosystem JUUL has built around it is brilliant. And it costs just $34.99.
What more could you want from a vape?
JUUL: The Ultimate Vape Pen Kit – (Unless You’re In The UK)
Sorry, but I do have one piece of bad news.
As of right now, JUUL is only available in the US.
This means if you’re in the UK, and reading this, you’re s**t outta luck.
So… what’s a good JUUL alternative?
I just finished testing the SMOANT S8 Pod system and I had a blast with that device.
You can also refill the pod with your own E Juice, which is a big bonus (and something you can’t really do with JUUL).
Out of all the options currently available in the AIO vape space, and, trust me, there are plenty, I’d have to say my #1 other favorite AIO brand is Suorin.
I love the design of their pod mod systems. And I also really like how they vape and perform in general.
We’ve tested both the Suorin Air and the Suorin DROP – and they were excellent.
If I could only have one Suorin device, though… which would it be?
Probably the Suorin Air.
Simple: the Drop leaked on me, but the Air is seemingly water-tight.