Pod devices are typically very small vape products that use a removable “pod” to hold e-liquid. Some pods are refillable and some are not.
Pod devices are great for a few reasons:
Easy to use for beginners
Tiny and portable
Good for high-nicotine (more nicotine & shorter hits)
Produces less vapor (for discreet vaping)
The biggest drawback to pod devices is that they don’t deliver as much flavor as higher-powered devices. And while that might be true, the newest devices deliver pretty good flavor and they’re getting better all the time.
The Flair Infinity kit was sent to me for review from FlairVapor.com. This is one of those flat stick-style pod systems, very similar to something like the Juul, MyBlu, or Vladdin.
There’s not a lot you can do style-wise when designing a pod device like this. It’s not gaudy, so I like that. And it has a diamond shape to add just a little personality to it. I wouldn’t say that the design is anything spectacular, but I like that it’s simple and looks nice.
When you connect a pod or take a hit, the LED light around the base lights up.
The Vaporesso Podstick was sent to me for review from Vaporesso.com. Vaporesso is calling this the best of both worlds between pen-style and pod-style devices. They say that the Podstick can do both sub-ohm and MTL well. So let’s take a look and see!
The Tix Pod kit was sent to me for review directly from Rincoe (check it out here). This is a small open pod system that’s very similar in style to the Artery Pal 2 but with slight design differences and other different features. So let’s talk about it!
The Joyetech Exceed Grip Starter Kit (affiliate) was sent to me for review from HeavenGifts.com. This is an upgraded version of the original Exceed device. It’s a small kit with a unique look that uses replaceable mesh coils in the pod cartridges.