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About Pod Vape Kits
Vaping is a comparatively new industry and as such, the some ‘standard’ terms and definitions are sometimes open to interpretation. So to clarify, a refillable pod device refers an ‘open’ vape system that uses pods to hold vape e-liquids. When the vape juice is used up, the vaper takes the pod out of their device and adds more vape e-liquid into the pod, the vaper then re-inserts the (re-filled) pod back into the vape device.
There are pod systems that cannot be re-filled by users, these are ‘closed systems’: for closed systems, a refill requires the purchase of a sealed pod from a supplier e.g. Juul.
The benefits of refillable pods are based on the versatility of the technology, vapers are not tied to one specific vape-juice manufacturer, and by changing the pod, which is usually where the coil is located, vapers can switch between 50:50/Nicotine Salts e-liquids, and their more cloudy cousins, the higher VG liquids like Dinner Lady’s High VG Shortfills (Shake and Vape). Refillable Pod devices also tend to have in-built batteries that last about a day based on typical usage.
Refillable pod systems tend to be less complex than sub-ohm devices (with external coils and tanks), they can be an excellent starter and day to day device.