Sure Vapes, based in New Jersey, sells brands vapers know well and tries to carry them at the best prices clients will find anywhere on the net. Their strategy is to buy directly from manufacturers so as to secure low pricing. View the range on their practical, user-friendly website.
Sure Vapes Review
Customers come to Sure Vapes looking for Innokin, Joyetech, Smoktech, Boge, and Aspire. These are just some of the models on offer, but they represent a number of the electronic cigarette industry’s best sellers. Their catalogue is organized in the usual way, featuring categories for starter kits and atomizers, etc. Compare starter kits from Aspire, Boge, and Joyetech.
Purchase an Elite V2 Hybrid Mod for $79.99. Sure Vapes carries the Nemesis mechanical mod clone for $42.99 (much cheaper than the real thing) but also authentic Joyetech eVic parts, such as the control head. Buy it for $67.99. This is the piece that allows users to set voltage/wattage, etc.; the really high tech bit.
An Innokin Ucan v2.0 sells for $14.99. Drip tips start at $1.99 and climb, but Smok acrylic vase drips are only $3.49. Products appear to be chosen for high standards but also affordability. Sure Vapes is a haven for intermediate vapers.
A Boge Mix N’ Match kit of 4 or 5 boxes contains cartomizers that have not been punched. Customers choose the color and size for each box. Boge Pyrex Cartomizer Tanks, priced $9.99 each, resemble maracas: very flashy and a great price tag. Five styles of Kanger Clearomizers are listed on the site: the Unitank, Aerotank, Protanks, eVod, and T2.
The information section is not extensive. An important question is answered here you might not have thought to ask: are there liquids that will wreck a polycarbonate tank or clearomizer? There are lots of them, broken down alphabetically by company name. More than 50 varieties of e liquid are mentioned.
Sure Vapes does not carry e-liquid, but their catalogue lists most other items a vaper regularly replaces.