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Guide To Vaping’s 5 Most Favored Ecigs 2013

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The electronic cigarette industry is yet to be at its high point, but it has made leaps in its short existence. The great thing about using ecigs  is, at this point, everything is still so fresh and technology is just starting to flourish within the niche.

Thankfully, I’ve been put in a position to experience just about everything this industry has to offer as far as products. Throughout my time with GuideToVaping, I’ve had the chance to use some fascinating e-cigs, and other times, I’ve used some that couldn’t shine above the rest. That said, here’s Guide To Vaping’s 5 most favored ecigs. (in no particular order)

1. eVic

The Joyetech eVic is a monster of a device. It pushed the standard of advanced personal devices further with its ability to change from variable voltage, wattage and even vaping profiles. It’s mastered the simple look in a not so simple and technology packed device. The eVic created an outstanding impact throughout the electronic cigarette industry. It’s sleek appearance, from the large screen to the new and brilliantly ring dial – the eVic has been my number 1 most used and most favored device.

2. eRoll

The Joyetech eRoll reinvented what we all know as the PCC (Personal Charging Case). It introduced a small, yet up-to-date design that everyone can feel comfortable with. The eRoll made it to GuideToVaping’s most favored list, because it’s made so small, but at the same time creates huge plumes of vapor – and still has battery life provided by the beautiful looking PCC. The great thing about the eRoll is, they’ve spent just as much time on the performance as they did with the appearance.

3. Tesla

The Tesla turned the original perception of APV’s (Advanced Personal Vaporizers) into a form of art and a beautiful sight to look at. It not only looks fantastic with its ribbed look, but it feels great in the hand (omg, I feel like I’m describing a penis lol).  The Tesla performed just as well too; it offered variable voltage, wattage, along with a few check features also. The Tesla was a beautiful addition to my family of devices.

4. eGo-C Twist

The popular and loved Twist; it sent waves throughout the industry – turning inexperienced users up a notch, and the experienced users who craved more continued to get it, just in a smaller size. Offering the same simple eGo look, but with a dial at the bottom for variable voltage – this device turned out to be my most recommended and as you see, my most favored too.

5. LavaTube Version 2

The LavaTube was a machine that created hype throughout this community and as it reached its last version, version 2, there aren’t many vapers who haven’t owned one in some type of form – knock off or not. The LavaTube Version 2 gave off an inviting, simple and beautiful look. The “LT2” offered variable voltage and check features to follow along with its simplistic theme. From its candy colors to its small dimples on the body, I’m more than happy to include the Volcano LavaTube in my 5 most favored ecigs.

Click the devices name to see the reviews for each ecig.

Blake Brown
Blake Brown

Blake is the owner and creator of the Guide To Vaping blog. He has expressed his passion for the vaping industry through his deeply rooted and highly informative content. Being a writer and content provider for the vaping industry for year's, Blake has also gained experience from working with multiple blogs and well respected companies.

1 Comment
  1. All of these devices are great indeed!

    But my favorites are the Vamo and the iTaste SVD.

    Both offer the same features, VV and VW, Resistance check, and Battery life check.

    The SVD however is built like a tank and has a power button that can give you an indication of remaining battery charge when you press it.

    Green for good.

    Yellow for about half way discharged.

    And Red for when you really need to check the remaining charge status.

    Plus you can stack 18350 batteries in it if you feel the need.

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