In the 21st century, we have finally found an answer to the killer that is the common cigarette. Not everyone loves or trusts e cigarettes, but the hope at 21st Century Smoke is that consumers who currently smoke analogs will be able to make the switch with their electronic products.
A review of 21st Century Smoke will have you looking at another cigalike, this one with a soft tip that will feel authentic in your mouth. Disposables are sold in tobacco, rugged tobacco, and menthol varieties. Individually, they cost $5.99, but you get a 5% discount for ordering monthly auto-shipments. The same goes for cartridges: arrange for orders to come every month and pay less.
The Express Kit is a $15 package of essentials: a battery, two cartridges, and an AC Wall adaptor. Again you only get tobacco and menthol options in the express kit format.
A Super kit contains two batteries, a wall charger, two six packs of 6 cartridges each (2% nicotine), and costs $39.99. If reviews are correct, this is just your average mini e cig providing a few hours of vaping per charge and is highly affordable.
None of the kits are expensive. In fact, none of them seem to carry anything exceptional, like a PCC. Cartridges cost $7.99 for three or roughly twice that for 6, both of which are very reasonable. They only come in blister packages, but that means they are perfectly sealed.
Flavors are strawberry, cherry, grape, and blueberry. The e-Juice selection costs $7.99 for 15mls and is used with a Vapin Plus tank system ($24.99). Vapin Plus gives vapers a 650mAh 5 volt battery, like an eGo, and wickless 2.5ml tank. The kit also contains a USB charger.
A lot of shops carry 21st Century Smoke products. If you have seen their ad on the television and prefer not to shop online, a pharmacy, tobacco store, convenience store, or grocery likely carries them. There are no guarantees, but lots of cities have a Circle K or Food Lion, perhaps near the company’s Beloit Wisconsin base. Some items, like the atomizer, will have to be purchased online.