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Pod System Vapes: What you Need to Know

June 23, 2022

While the pod system is among the newest types of vapes available in the market, their popularity among seasoned vapers and those who’ve recently made the switch to vaping alike is already undeniable. 

But what makes these vapes so appealing? There are a number of factors behind this, whether you’re looking for a primary unit or something that’s easily carried around for the times when your multi-battery regulated mod would just be too bulky. 

Interested in finding out more? Read on to discover all the interesting details.

A vape pod is refilled with vape juice.

The open pod system allows changing of the coil and refilling of vape juice.

The Open Pod System

One of the two main types of pod system, the open pod system is named that way because it is more “open” than the other kind. 

This means that an open pod system allows you to pick the vape juice that you put in. While not just any type of juice is recommended for a pod, this does allow for more flexibility. 

However, this also does mean that you’ll be experiencing potentially sticky situations when you have to refill the pod. Open pod systems are prone to leakage, which could potentially damage the device. You’ll also need to bring a bottle around, which might not be ideal if you’d rather just stick the vape in your pocket. 

You may also be able to choose the coil that you slot into your pod. Many manufacturers offer different types of prebuilt coils with the wick already inside, so you can select from varying coil configurations and resistances. 

There are a lot of different brands and models, and so you should see which one fits your needs best if you want an open pod system vape. Certain features, including variable wattage, aren’t present across all units, so make sure to do your research first.

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The closed pod system offers a lot of convenience and portability.

The Closed Pod System

The second type is the closed pod system. Here, you’ll have comparatively less freedom, because the vape juice and coil are already built into the pod, and there isn’t any way of changing either. 

Instead, when the pod is empty of vape juice (which will happen long before the wick needs changing), you can just toss it and put in a new one. 

What you get from the closed pod system is high convenience. No bottles necessary, so no leaks or messes to worry about. Such units are usually slimmer and sleeker than those with an open system, so they’re easy to slip into a pocket. 

Certain closed pod vapes are compatible with charging cases that increase their usage. When you’re done vaping, just slip your unit into the case and you’ll be sure to have it fully charged for the next time you need it. 

If you’re into cutting-edge features like an auto-draw functionality that makes it unnecessary for you to even press a button to activate the vape, you can consider the RELX Infinity and Essential lines. 

These are reliable, well-designed, and even have the optional charging cases mentioned above. You can be sure to have nothing less than a Super Smooth experience with one of these.



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