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The CF-VV comes in a kit with the Aspire Nautilus for under , offering a 2 ml capacity tank with five spare 1.8 ohm vertical coils, a USB charging cable and wall adapter.Overall, it’s a great deal, and even though it’s a fairly old device, the excellent performance and variable voltage functionality keeps it in the running as one of the best options on the market.The Subvod battery has a 1300 m Ah capacity, which is lower than some of the options on the list but allows them to keep the size down to 3 ½ inches tall by ¾ of an inch in diameter.It supports resistances down to 0.4 ohms, meaning it’s capable of powering most of the sub-ohm tanks on the market today, and can be charged up via the included USB cable.The device offers mod-like performance in a much simpler package, and comes in a kit with the tank and USB charger for just .50.
The voltage can be adjusted from 3.3 to 4.8 V using the dial on the bottom of the device, which allows you to tailor the power output to suit the atomizer you’re using, and the battery has a 1000 m Ah capacity. It also features a spring-loaded 510 connector so it works effectively with a wide range of atomizers and tanks.
The setup is designed for the mouth-to-lung hits smokers are accustomed to, so it’s a stand-out option for anybody new to vaping.
The Endura T18 comes in a kit with the battery, tank, a replacement coil, USB charger and a unique vape stand, all for .95.
The Endura T18 features a 1000 m Ah battery and a 14 watt output when paired with a 1.5 ohm coil, putting the battery as less capable than many bigger devices but still providing more than enough vapor and a long enough battery life for less intensive vapers.
It comes with a USB charger, and allows vaping while charging, meaning you never have to go without something to vape.
You don’t need to adjust settings or anything like that: just fill the massive 5.5 ml tank with e-liquid, screw it on and vape away.