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Disposable vape kits are the perfect introductory kit for the beginner vaper. It’s simple and easy to use, allowing you to vape without figuring out the intricacies of customising your gear, refilling it, or recharging it. You also won’t need to buy a full kit with all the bells and whistles, as our products come with a built-in battery, pre-filled e-liquid, and can be used straight out of the box.

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Aspire R1 Pod Kit + SV Nic Salts

R1 Pod Kit by Aspire. The Aspire R1 Kit is a refillable, rechargeable, and disposable device. Thi...

799

Elf Bar Disposable Vape Kit

The Elf Bar Disposable Vape Kit. A pre-filled device with 20mg nicotine salt e-liquid available i...

499

French Puff Disposable Vape Kit (800 Puffs)

Elegant, colourful, light and small, it will quickly become your summer essential. The French Puf...

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200 599

Geek Bar Disposable Vape Kit by GeekVape

The Geek Bar Disposable Vape Kit by GeekVape. A pre-filled device with 20mg nicotine salt e-liqui...

599

Power Bar Disposable Vape Kit by Juice 'N' Power

Power Bar Disposable Vape Kit by Juice 'N' Power. A pre-filled device with Juice N Power 20mg ni...

550

X-Bar Disposable Vape Kit by J Well

The X-Bar Disposable Vape Kit by J Well. A pre-filled device with 20mg nicotine salt e-liquid ava...

599

Buyers Guide to Disposable Vape Kits

How to choose your disposable vape kit

Disposable vapes contain a cartridge that houses the e-liquid and nicotine, the heating element, a fully-charged battery, and the mouthpiece you’ll use.

These kits are more cost-efficient than rechargeable e-cigarettes in the short term, especially if you’re only starting to dip your toes into the vaping world. At Superior Vapour, for instance, our disposable kits cost around £3.95 to £5.99.

Depending on the battery, the temperature you set your vape in, the length of each draw, and how you store your kit, one disposable vape can last a day to three days. This isn’t an exact science. In fact, some can even last for a couple of weeks based on how often you’ll use them.

The Geek Bar Disposable Vape Kit by GeekVape is our highest-rated disposable vape brand. This prefilled kit comes with a 500 mAh battery which gives a constant output without compromising the flavour. It features a sleek and stylish build that you can use on the go.


If we’re talking in terms of puffs, the X-Bar Disposable Vape Kit by J Well can deliver around 650 puffs with a built-in 500 mAh battery. The Elf Bar Disposable Vape Kit, meanwhile, tops our list of disposable vape kits that can give you the best bang for your buck. At only £4.99, you’ll get a 550mAh battery, 20 mg nicotine salt, around 600 puffs, and you can pick from 12 flavours. Its design makes it incredibly pocket friendly.

Who can order disposable vapes online?

According to UK law, however, you have to be 18 or older to purchase one. You also cannot buy on behalf of anyone under 18. Also, note that the nicotine content has to be limited to no more than 20mg/ml (2%) with the container itself limited to 10ml. 

Vapes sold online are generally cheaper than in-store items. You’ll also get to choose among a wide range of products and shop at your convenience. As with any online purchase, due diligence is required so check if the store can be trusted.

How many puffs of a vape are equal to one cigarette?

This depends on your vaping habits and the nicotine content of your e-liquid. You can use this simple equation: total nicotine / total puffs = nicotine per puff.

Our Geek Bar Disposable Vape Kit, for instance, contains 20 mg of nicotine and can deliver approximately 575 puffs. Using the equation above, the Geek Bar vape kit can give you 0.03 mg of nicotine per puff. 

A cigarette stick can contain anywhere between 1.1 mg to 1.8 mg of nicotine. To get the same amount of nicotine from one cigarette stick, you need to take approximately 37 puffs. That also means one vape kit can be the equivalent of 16 cigarette sticks.

How do you know when a disposable vape is almost empty?

Look out for the following:

  • The vapour tastes burnt or charred, which means the atomiser is heating up but has no e-liquid to vaporise
  • You’re getting thin, tasteless clouds
  • The battery works and your device heats up but there is no vapour

Disposable Vape Kit FAQ

How do Disposable Vapes Work?

A disposable vape contains an e-liquid cartridge, the built-in battery, and its atomiser. When you inhale through the mouthpiece, it activates the atomiser which then turns the e-liquid into vapour. Unlike other vapes, you don’t need to press a button or charge the battery first. You also don’t need to charge any disposable vape. Simply dispose of it when you’ve used up all the e-liquid or the battery runs out.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Are Disposable Vapes Safe?

Yes, they are. Like any other heating device, however, make sure that you store your vape properly at temperatures between 15°C and 25°C. Hold the device in your palm for a few minutes to warm it up before using it.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Can You Refill Disposable Vapes?

No, you can’t. Disposable vapes are meant for one-time use. While there may be steps available online to do so, we don’t recommend it as it can compromise your vape’s functionality. Fortunately, when the e-liquid runs out, you can simply purchase another disposable vape. But if you truly want to experience refilling a vape, we recommend purchasing our vape starter kits instead.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Why Won’t My Disposable Vape Work?

There are several ways to troubleshoot this:

  • Check the mouthpiece if there’s any debris clogging the airway. Use a small pointy object that can help you dislodge this.
  • Gently tap the side of the cartridge to break any bubbles.
  • Check the battery indicator. If it doesn’t light up when you pull, the battery is either used up or it’s a manufacturing error.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Why is my Disposable Vape Blinking?

Blinking light typically means the battery is about to go out and it’s time to replace your vape. But if your device is still new and the blinking occurs after a few deep hits, overheating may be the issue. Let it cool for a bit before picking it up again.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

What Type of Nicotine Do Disposables Use?

Disposable vapes use two types of nicotine: Freebase nicotine and salt nicotine. 

Freebase nicotine is the classic form that was added in vapes during its early days. It can have a harsher throat hit for a lot of people.


Nicotine salts, on the other hand, come in higher concentrations but it’s smoother on the throat and can mimic what smoking a cigarette feels like. This is a good choice for people who don’t puff too much but still want their nicotine hit.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Who Should Use Disposable Vapes?

Disposable vapes are recommended for beginner vapers as there’s very little barrier to using them with no setup whatsoever required — you can use it straight out of the box. Perfect for vapers on the go, looking to have a backup vape or wanting to bring something more portable on a trip.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

How do you dispose of a disposable vape?

There will usually be instructions on each kit on how to properly dispose of your vape. You can try to disassemble your device and separate which parts can be recycled, but make sure you handle this process with care. You can also check your local council’s guidelines.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Do disposable vapes dry out?

As it only comes with a limited amount of non-refillable e-liquid, disposable vapes do dry out.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Do disposable vapes run out of battery?

Disposable vapes have built-in batteries that you can only use until they run out. Also note that if the battery runs out even with e-liquid left, you won’t be able to use your vape anymore. Rest assured that we only carry brands with batteries calibrated to run out after you’ve used up your vape liquid.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

How many puffs are in a disposable vape?

This depends largely on the brand and how much e-liquid there is. The brands we carry can give you 300 to 650 puffs.

E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids. 

Curated By

Adam Breeze | Vape Guru

As Vape Product Manager for the past 10 years, Adam has built up an reputation as one of Superior Vapours’ most trusted authorities on vape devices and e-liquids. As well as supplier relations, product sourcing and pricing, Adam is also responsible for ensuring our vape products are presented on the website in the most effective manner. His expertise makes him the go-to person in the company for spotting vaping trends and finding the best branded products to meet customers' needs. When not at work, Adam enjoys climbing, electronic music, cinema and of course… vaping.

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