What Are Disposable Vape Kits?

What Are Disposable Vape Kits?

What Are Disposable Vape Kits?

If you want to vape in a flash and don't have the time or money to invest in a long-term setup, then disposable vape kits are your answer. Disposable vapes are single-use devices that come pre-filled with e-liquid so you can start vaping right away.

They're also incredibly affordable and easy to find - making them an ideal choice for newbie vapers who just want to try out vaping without breaking the bank. Plus, since they're disposable, there's no pesky cleaning or maintenance required afterwards!

But of course, there's more to disposable vapes than that and in this article we break them down, so if you're new to vaping, read on and you'll know exactly what disposable vapes are.

What exactly is a Disposable Vape Kit?

Disposable vape kits are small, pre-filled, non-rechargeable vape devices that come ready to puff right out of the box. Each kit lasts a different amount of time, but typically TPD compliant kits give you about 600 puffs. Once the device runs dry, simply dispose of it thoughtfully.

Because it comes ready to use and has no buttons or removable parts, simply opening the packet and beginning to inhale is all that's needed, disposable vaping has become the most popular way for people to vape.

How to use a Disposable Vape Kit?

How to use a disposable vape pen is really easy. Once you get it, simply open the package, check that it’s not damaged at all, take the cap off the top and bottom, and start inhaling.

It's that easy: there are no buttons, tanks, coils, batteries or anything else to remove or replace, just check for damages before using. It's what makes disposable vapes so attractive to newb vapers.

Disposable Vape kits are similar to other vape devices in how they work. Withdrawal on your part activates the battery instead of pressing a separate button, which then heats up the e-liquid. In turn, this immediate transformation from liquid to vapour occurs and fills the mouthpiece until it reaches your mouth.

How long does a Disposable Vape last?

The lifespan of a disposable vape varies depending on a few conditions. However, since they are designed to be temporary and discarded after use, they don't often last very long. And like any consumable product, e-liquid goes bad eventually and will have a best before date. For most kits, this date should be up to two years.

Most people use their Disposable Vape before the expiration date, but as long as you get the total number of puffs from it, it will last indefinitely. It also depends how deep you inhale, so, how long a disposable vape lasts depends on you, but sure enough it should see out your e-liquid.

What are the best Disposable Vape brands?

Choosing a disposable vape brand can be difficult because there are many high-quality options available. The key is to figure out what you like, as everyone's taste is different. With that in mind, below are some factors to keep in mind when choosing a disposable vape brand."

That said, some of our best selling Disposable Vape Brands that we sell at Damp Fabriek include Aroma KingElf Bar, and Geek Bar. Obviously, these are popular for a reason, but it doesn’t make them the best Disposable Vape Brand, so it's always a good idea to try a few different ones before you settle on your favourite.

How old do you have to be to buy a Disposable Vape?

The U.K. tobacco and vaping laws state that you be above 18 years of age to purchase or use vaping products. It’s actually illegal for Vape sellers to sell any vape products to anyone under 18. 

In Europe, The EU set 18 as the minimum age for member countries, but each country has its own rules and regulations. In the Netherlands and Germany, the legal age minimum limit is 18. In Belgium, however, you can smoke at 16, whereas in Switzerland, buying and selling vaping products is strictly prohibited.

Disposable Vapes FAQs

So, you now have a good idea what a Disposable Vape is, but you still have some unanswered questions. Here’s what our customers regularly ask us when they enquire about Puff Bars.

How much nicotine is in a Disposable Vape Kit?

How much nicotine is in a disposable vape kit depends on the brand and strength. Typically, due to UK TPD regulations the maximum strength is 2mg or 2% nicotine in a 2ml pod. There are other strengths, with 10mg and 0mg nicotine found with some vape brands.

How long do disposable vapes last?

It depends on the device you buy. They average from 300-600 puffs, which is about the same as 10-20 cigarettes. Although there are some disposable puff bars that last up to 800 puffs.

What does it mean when a disposable vape blinks?

If your disposable vape is blinking, it means that the battery is dead or that it’s run out of e-liquid.

Why does my disposable vape taste burnt?

If your disposable vape tastes burnt it could be the wick that’s dry. If so, turn your disposable vape upside down for a short while and let the liquid soak it.

How to tell when disposable vape pen is done?

As you should already know a disposable vape will roughly last for the stated amount of puffs of the packaging. If it’s done, it’s likely that your juice is finished, or the battery is dead. You should get a blinking light warning you that it’s finished and time to throw it away.

How to charge a disposable vape?

There is no charger, so you can’t charge a disposable vape, and it should work as soon as you start inhaling. If yours isn’t working, it will not be down to the battery unless you have had it for longer than its expiry date. Even then, the battery will probably still work.

My brand new disposable vape is not working, what to do?

If your brand new vape is not working, it’s probably faulty. And when I say brand new disposable vape not working, I mean out of the box brand new. If you have had it for a short time, it might not be working because you’ve used up all the e-liquid.

Or the battery may have died. Batteries in disposable vapes are designed to last as long as the juice in your disposable vape tank.

Or it could be the Airflow Sensor, which are in disposable vapes to detect when you inhale. If the sensor is blocked by condensation, it could be the reason your brand new vape is not working. In this case, try cover one of the device’s intake vents with your finger while you inhale. This will increase the pressure of the air flowing through the disposable vape, and may get your disposable vape working again.

How to refill a disposable vape?

Disposable vapes are meant to be disposed of and the battery shouldn’t last much longer than your e-liquid. But there is a way to refill a disposable vape if you really want to.

To refill a disposable vape, you have to take the top off. Once removed, you’ll see a thin layer of cotton and silicone. Remove these, and you should see another layer of cotton, then you want to drip some e-liquid on both sides of the cotton and soak it. Then put back your silicon, cotton and the top cap and try your refilled disposable vape.

Is it worth refilling a disposable vape?

The short answer is no it’s not worth refilling a disposable vape. They’re meant to be used until the e-liquid runs out and then disposed of. It’s not worth the little cost you’d save (if at all) to try and refill it. And if it’s the environment you’re concerned about, get yourself a proper vape kit.

Disposable Vape Kits - Perfect for Newb and Experienced Vapers

Disposable vapes are a great choice for anyone looking to experiment with vaping without having to invest in any expensive hardware, making them ideal for anyone who wants to try vaping for the first time.

With no extra buttons or parts, disposable vape kits require minimal effort and skill to use and provide a consistent flavour experience, and are so easy to use.

In addition, there are thousands of delicious flavours available with or without nicotine. They're also a fantastic means of helping you quit smoking and test out vaping.

Disposable Vape kits aren’t just for beginners, however. Not everyone is into building up an expensive kit, and many vapers enjoy the versatility of disposables.

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