Choosing a Starter Kit

Choosing a Starter Kit

When you purchase your first e-cigarette, it can be very confusing. Ecigfuture recommend the G6 or the Triton Vape Pen for the beginner to intermediate. The G6 e-cigarette is similar in size to a standard cigarette. Its sleek design and eye catching colours, make it a very stylish option. It is small, light as a feather and offers elite performance with good vapour production and an LED tip which ignites on inhalation, simulating the smoking experience.

The Vape Pen is as simple to use and maintain as the G6 e-cigarette. The Triton is a slightly larger E cigarette. It has a leak proof tank that holds 2.4 ml of e-liquid, which needs refilling less often than the G6 Cartomizer or Mini Tank. The battery needs charging less frequently. It provides consistent vapour with a good throat hit. Another beautifully designed halo e-cigarette.

As a beginner you can’t go wrong with either starter kit. The Triton II is a great beginners Kit if you want to delve into the realm of sub ohm vaping

Ecigfuture recommends the Tracer and Reactor range for cloud chasers. Whatever your style Halo has you covered !

Reactor and Tracer Range . A mod to suit  everyone’s vaping style.

There’s a starter kit for all levels of vaping, it all depends on your personal preference.

Choosing an E Liquid

It really comes down to taste and personal preference. When you’ve just given up smoking and are making a transition to vaping, Ecigfuture recommend sticking with flavours that are familiar to you – tobacco and menthol e-liquids. We also recommend choosing an e-liquid with a higher PG base. This will give a strong throat hit. As you become more adventurous in your vaping journey, you’ll want to try different flavoured e-liquids – like Golden Kiwi, Pina colada, and Belgian Cocoa, or any of the new and varied e-liquid flavours.

We are sure these will become a part of your regular rotation with your favourite tobacco and menthol e-liquids. There is an e-liquid flavour for everyone’s taste. Its only a question of time before you find it.