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Vape starter kits are a great choice for anyone trying to make the switch from regular cigarettes to e-cigarettes. All of our starter kits come with everything you need to get vaping straight away. This includes the vaping device, charger and e-liquid.

FREE E-Liquid when you buy any Starter Kit! 

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Flexus Q Pod Kit by Aspire

The Flexus Q Kit by Aspire is a slim and portable device, perfect for taking with you on the g...

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OXVA Xlim SE Kit

The XLIM SE by OXVA is an extension of XLIM series equipped with 900mAh internal battery & XL...

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Caliburn G2 Pod Kit by Uwell

The Caliburn G2 Kit by Uwell is a compact, refillable pod kit with convenience at the heart of it...

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Caliburn AK2 Pod Kit by Uwell

The AK2 Pod kit by Uwell. Designed to use the top-fill magnetic pod from the A2, the AK2 kit from...

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Caliburn A2 Pod Kit by Uwell

The Caliburn A2 Pod Kit by Uwell. The A2 design is very comfortable to use, with a magnetic pod t...

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Favostix Pod Kit by Aspire

The Favostix Pod kit by Aspire. A pocketable and easy to use pod device suitable for new vapers a...

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G18 Starter Kit by GeekVape

The G18 is a stylish compact pen-style vape. the G18 vape pen starter pen kit has a single fire ...

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K-Lite Kit by Aspire

K-Lite kit by Aspire. The K-Lite is a compact starter vape kit made for vapers who prefer MTL (mo...

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Pockex Box Kit by Aspire

Aspire Pockex Box Kit is powered by built-in 2000mAh battery. Constructed from high-tensile mater...

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GeekVape Wenax K1 Pod Kit

Wenax K1 Pod Kit by GeekVape. The Geekvape Wenax K1 Pod Starter Kit has an ergonomic and handy de...

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GeekVape Wenax C1 Pod Kit

Wenax C1 Pod Kit by GeekVape. The Geekvape Wenax C1 Pod Starter Kit has an ergonomic and handy de...

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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...

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Aspire AVP Cube Kit

AVP Cube Pod Kit by Aspire. This is the next generation of AVP design, with an all-new cube shap...

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Voopoo Argus 40W Pod Kit

The Argus 40W Pod Kit by Voopoo features the GENE.TT chipset which has various output modes and c...

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GeekVape Mero Starter Kit

Mero AIO Starter Kit by GeekVape. The Mero AIO Starter Kit has a stylish and simplistic pen appea...

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Caliburn KoKo Pod Kit by Uwell

The Caliburn KoKo Pod Kit by Uwell is the pocket-friendly upgrade of the renowned Caliburn pod ki...

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Caliburn G Pod Kit by Uwell

The Caliburn G Pod Kit by Uwell. This Pod system features a 690mAh battery, adjustable airflow sy...

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GeekVape Aegis Hero Pod Kit

The Aegis Hero Pod kit by Geekvape. The Aegis Hero Pod Kit can be vaped at  45W output powered by...

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V-Suit Pod Kit by Voopoo

The V-Suit Pod Kit by Voopoo is palm sized pod kit with a 1200mAh built-in battery. It integrates...

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Aspire Nautilus Prime Pod Kit

Nautilus Prime Kit by Aspire. The Aspire Nautilus Prime pod kit is sleek and versatile, recommend...

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Argus Air Pod Kit by Voopoo

Argus Air Pod Kit by Voopoo. The ARGUS Air has a 900mAh built-in battery, 0.54' OLED screen, and ...

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GeekVape Wenax Stylus Pod Kit

Wenax Stylus Pod Kit by GeekVape. The Geekvape Wenax Stylus Pod Starter Kit has a sleek look and ...

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J Well Gecko Max Kit

The Gecko Max Kit by J Well is a clever, small and affordable device perfect for beginners and se...

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Vaporesso OSMALL Pod Kit

OSMALL Kit by Vaporesso is a super compact pod starter kit. The Vaporesso OSMALL Kit includes a 2...

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Innokin Endura T20S Starter Kit

Endura T20S Kit by Innokin is the perfect starter kit that we can recommend for users of all expe...

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J Well Arex Kit

The Arex Kit by J Well  A beautifully simple sub-ohm pen style device. It has an integrated 1500m...

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Aspire PockeX Starter Kit

The Aspire Pockex AIO (all in one) Starter Kit from Aspire is an economic and convenient vaping k...

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Vaporesso Orca Solo Plus Starter Kit

The Orca Solo Plus Starter Kit by Vaporesso features 2ml capacity tank with built-in 1200mAh bat...

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Buyers guide to Vape Starter Kits

What is a vape starter kit?

For a beginner, a vape starter kit is an ideal introduction to vaping. A kit includes everything you need to start vaping: the battery, the cartridge or pod, the coil, a mouthpiece, and a USB cable for charging. At Superior Vapour, we also include free e-liquid with every starter kit.

As the e-cigarette industry has matured, vaping products have become more accessible. Gone are the days when you would need to buy each component separately. Though with experience, you may wish to explore more granular options to suit your growing taste.

What is the best selling vape starter kit?

The J Well Gecko is the best-selling vape starter kit at Superior Vapour. The boxy Gecko is reputed for its reliability—its high-capacity battery can last for days depending on use frequency as well as power and voltage settings. You can adjust these settings to suit your own vaping style.

Close behind in popularity is the newer Gecko Slim, for those who want a pen-style vape. Although it has a smaller battery than its predecessor, it uses the more convenient USB-C standard for a faster charge.

What vape is good for beginners?

The Uwell Caliburn G is a fuss-free vape that’s good for beginners. It’s got a contemporary design in line with vapes entering the mainstream. It’s reminiscent of modern consumer electronics and charges via USB-C. The pod, which holds the e-liquid, magnetically attaches to the body for hassle-free assembly. 

The pod is also reversible in its orientation, letting you change the airflow depending on how you attach it. The first orientation is mouth to lung (MTL), which should be familiar if you’re transitioning from smoking. You keep the vapour in your mouth for a second before inhaling it into your lungs. The second orientation is direct to lung (DTL), where you breathe directly through the vape without holding the vapour in your mouth.

How do I choose a vape starter kit?

Start with the most affordable and well-regarded kit that has the features you want. In terms of technological features, consider the battery life and the convenience of charging it. Look up which vaping setup you prefer, whether it’s a pod system (cheaper and more portable), a pen-style (classic and mimics cigarette smoking), or a box mod (higher battery power but more intimidating to beginners). Other features include the size of the vape and airflow. MTL, for instance, is the airflow method most similar to smoking a tobacco cigarette.

How much is a vape starter kit?

At Superior Vapour, our vape kits start at £5.99 for the Geekvape Geek Bar, a disposable one-time-use vape kit that is a great introductory device for beginners who want to try out vaping minus the complicated process of refills, maintenance, and charging.

However, if you want to decrease your cigarette use or you plan to transition to vaping completely, you probably want something more long-term. Our refillable vape starter kits range from £11.99 for the compact auto-draw Aspire Minican to £59.99 for the robust J Well Alesia V2 Plus.

Common new vaper kit problems

If you’re not used to vaping, you may run into some or all of these problems:

  1. Spitting — This refers to when drops of e-liquid pop in your mouth when inhaling. Unlike smoking, vaping has a liquid component. When you’re inexperienced and pull too hard or flood your coils, the liquid may boil instead of turning into an aerosol. And in certain instances, the hot liquid may enter your mouth.
  1. Leaking — E-liquid may escape from your pod or cartridge, ranging from a few drops to the whole receptacle emptying. Sometimes this may be due to simple user error (e.g. not screwing on the lid properly) or this may be from a manufacturing error. Check online communities to see if this is a common issue with your vape.
  1. Burning — One of the advantages of vaping over smoking is that you avoid combustion. But sometimes, the wick of your coil is not adequately exposed to e-liquid, leading to it getting burnt. The most common way to avoid burning is to prime your coils. This is the process of leaving your pod or tank filled with e-liquid for 10 minutes or so before you begin vaping. If burning still occurs, this is a sign that it’s time to change your coil.

How to pick nicotine strength

E-liquid comes with varying nicotine levels, while some have no nicotine at all. Beginner vapers who are transitioning from smoking usually purchase e-liquid with some nicotine content to prevent withdrawals.

There are two types of nicotine e-juice: nicotine salts and freebase nicotine. The former allows for higher levels of nicotine. Nicotine salts are generally more recommended if you’re looking to quit smoking, with higher strengths translating to a draw very similar to a tobacco cigarette. Once you’re used to vaping, you can experiment with nicotine levels and vapour production.

How often should I change my vape coil?

Changing your coil depends on how much you vape. If you’re priming your coil properly and controlling your airflow, you’ll know it’s time to change your coil when you feel a burning taste when you vape.

When you’re just starting, pay attention to how much e-liquid you’re consuming until the burning taste. Assuming that your consumption is regular, that will easily translate to how long you can use your coil before it needs changing.

How to maintain your vape

The easiest way to maintain your vape is to keep it clean, especially the pod or tank. Whenever it’s time to refill, give it a basic clean by soaking it in water for a few minutes, then rinse out and air dry.

The coil is the core of your vape, and taking care of it is essential. Change it as soon as you notice a change in flavour to avoid burning. You can also prolong its lifespan by saturating the coil in e-liquid before vaping, not letting your cartridge run empty, and allowing your vape to cool slightly between puffs.

Vape Starter Kit FAQ

Why does my vape spit and crackle?

Similar to heating or boiling water, e-liquid crackles when heated. However, excessive crackling may lead to spitting (drops of juice hitting your mouth).

Although saturating your coil is necessary to keep it from drying out and burning, oversaturation has negative effects as well. This is known as coil flooding, and it happens if you put e-liquid directly on a dry coil. It’s best to saturate by soaking for 10 minutes before vaping.

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 does my vape taste burnt?

A burnt coil can mean many things—not enough time between draws or a coil that is too dry. Finding that balance in soaking your coil is an important process of learning to vape. Barring these possibilities, your coil might be spent, and it’s time to change 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. 

Why does my vape battery keep blinking?

The most common problems that cause a vape LED indicator to blink are connection issues between the battery and the cart, a low battery warning, a short circuit, or an incompatible coil. Check the documentation of your particular vape, or check with a local or online community.

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 does my vape battery die so fast?

Causes for a battery dying out fast range from overcharging, over-discharging, incorrect storage, or the wattage being set too high.

For vapes with removable batteries, it’s recommended to remove the batteries and charge them with an external charger. If they’re still dying quickly, they may be faulty or from an unreliable manufacturer. For rechargeable ones, make sure you don’t overcharge them or go too long without using your device. Don’t forget to turn your device off when not in use.

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 does my vape burn my tongue?

A common reason for a burning sensation on your tongue is spitting, where the hot e-liquid pops off the vape and onto your mouth. However, if your vape isn’t spitting, check if you’re reacting to the nicotine itself. Put a drop on your finger and taste it. If it still burns, you may be using too high a nicotine level.

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 does my vape get hot?

The most common reason for a vape getting excessively hot during use is chain vaping, or taking puffs in quick succession. Allow your vape to cool between puffs. A few seconds is enough.

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 does my ecig say check atomiser?

A ‘check atomiser’ or ‘no atomiser’ message usually means a contact issue between your battery and the tank or coil. Check and reconnect the contact points of your vape. You can also try removing the coil and reinstalling it or simply switch to a different tank.

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 vape leaking?

You may be overfilling your pod or tank. Otherwise, vapes are designed to be stored upright. Check your seal and make sure the tank’s top cap is screwed tight enough. Also, check the O-rings for wear and tear.

If it still leaks, it may be a common issue with your model. Check communities if this is the case.

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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