Best Nic Salt Vape Kit 2020 – Smok RPM 80 Pro
Smok RPM 80 Pro Kit is driven by the developed IQ-80 chipset, it strongly guarantees a sensitive response and smooth operation without any potential risks. It is powered by a 18650 battery to fire up to 80w and access to check the detailed data in the 0.96inch TFT screen. The topped RPM80 Pro pod device is compatible with both the RPM80 RPM 2ml standard pods, which are compatible with all of the RPM coil series, as well as the proprietary RPM80 RGC pods which utilizes a 0.17 Ohm conical mesh coil that heats e-liquid at a faster rate for rich flavor.
Best Nic Salt Vape Kit 2020 – Voopoo Navi Kit
Voopoo Navi is small, just 96mm tall, 18mm wide and 33mm deep. It’s one of the smaller pod systems out there and it looks really cute. Navi pod kit is made entirely out of metal. Navi has an adjustable wattage control that can be set from 5-40W and to use the 40W maximum you’ll have to pick up some 0.30ohm PnP coils. The buttons on the Navi pod vape kit are really nice. It has an indented fire button that takes a reasonable amount of pressure to press so it won’t get pushed accidentally. What’s more, the leaking coils are an issue that makes an otherwise great device into a questionable purchase.
Geekvape Aegis Boost is pretty larger than other pod devices. It stands approximately 106.8 mm x 27.7 mm x 39.2 mm. The Boost pods hold a solid 3.7 mL of juice and take three types of coils; a 0.6-ohm coil, a 0.4-ohm coil, and an RBA deck that’s sold separately. The pods are obviously refillable and the coils are replaceable, so there’s less waste and lower costs for the user. The battery life is really good on this device, especially if using the 0.6-ohm coil at 12 watts as I did. They list the battery at 1500 mAh.