The Vladdin RE is the refillable version of Vladdin’s original device. Get it here (affiliate). It’s basically the same thing as the original, just that the RE comes with refillable pods. The original Vladdin can also use the newer refillable pods, so if you have one those, now you can refill it with your own liquid.
It’s a sleek, compact, stick device that caters to high-nicotine e-juice, especially salt-nic, which is really popular right now. Interestingly, Vladdin also mentions that their device is great for THC and CBD e-juice. I haven’t tried it like that, but anyway, let’s take a look at it!
Provape is back in business (under new ownership, I think, and the Provari is not returning as far as I know). They asked if they could announce their return on VapePassion.com and I said sure! So here it is!
If you’re a vaping enthusiast, it probably means you have heard the name ProVape.com at some point or another. Once referred to as the unheralded titan of the Vaping industry – and this time we’re here to stay, and even if you haven’t heard about us, this is for you, too.
The Expromizer V4 was sent to me for review from HeavenGifts.com. You can get it here (affiliate). This is a tight-draw tank from EXvape and it’s designed in Germany and made in China.
I’ve never used any of the previous versions of the Expromizer, but I did watch Todd’s Reviews take on the V3 just to get an idea of what might have changed. The V3 had bottom airflow, a lot of parts, a juice flow control, and 4ml extension parts. Nothing bad, but definitely more complicated than your average tank. The V3 was able to do restricted lung hits, so it had quite a bit of airflow. Todd was also vaping it around 26 watts. The max coil size was about 2.5mm inner diameter, and maybe 3mm with a basic round wire build. The juice flow control wasn’t visible from the windows, which was poorly thought out, but other than that it was machined very well. He said the flavor was very good too. One of Todd’s complaints on the V3 was that the airflow hole beneath the coil was too big at 2.6mm diameter. He said it still worked well, but he felt that the draw would be better with a smaller airflow hole under the coil.
Ok, so we know a little about the previous version so let’s see what’s new.
The S1 Quit Kit was sent to me for review from SteepdVapeCo out of the UK. Right now it’s only sold in the UK, but they do have plans to bring it to the U.S. So if you’ve never heard of Steepd before, and you live in the UK, check them out.
They also have some of the best e-liquid I’ve ever had (see the links for my reviews at the bottom of this page). Really unique flavors too.
But this review isn’t about e-liquid, it’s about their new device, the S1 Quit Kit.