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Today, we're going to be checking out the top seven starter kits for the mid-season of 2018. These will be in no particular order, so let's jump into it.

Starting off our top seven is the Innokin Proton. Has a very detailed mod, the Proton is a popular kit among the vaping community. Its screen exceeds most with its crisp quality and paired up with the Scion II tank, the Proton kit is an overall powerhouse. It's maximum wattage stands at 235 watts giving the user plenty of space for p

Top 7 Vape Starter Kits - 2018 Mid-Season
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Video Transcript: Top 7 Vape Starter Kits - 2018 Mid-Season by Element Vape

Today, we're going to be checking out the top seven starter kits for the mid-season of 2018. These will be in no particular order, so let's jump into it.

Starting off our top seven is the Innokin Proton. Has a very detailed mod, the Proton is a popular kit among the vaping community. Its screen exceeds most with its crisp quality and paired up with the Scion II tank, the Proton kit is an overall powerhouse. It's maximum wattage stands at 235 watts giving the user plenty of space for play. User Cody B loves the overall look and how easy it is to use.

Up next, we have the Nunchaku Kit from UWELL. In my personal opinion, the Nunchaku Kit is one of the cleanest stick-looking systems out there. It'll take one 18650 battery, and its maximum wattage output is 80 watts, making this kit perfect as a daily. The Nunchaku tank on top completes the kit as one of the most popular sub-ohms utilizing the new plug and pull Pro-FOCS coil tech. FOCS or Professional Flavor Optimizing Core System, it's the next generation of intelligent vape pens. Donna G loves their Nunchaku and its high cloud production.

Here, we have the very durable Aegis Legend from Geekvape. This kit has been around for quite sometime, but still remains one of the popular kits. As it continues the Aegis legacy, it has proven to be one of the most durable kits out there featuring a water and dust-resistant outer shell and highly shock-resistant if and when dropped. The Aero Mesh tank it comes with is a whole another monster. Mesh is looking to be the future for sub-ohm tanks and this one comes with two of them.

The flavor and cloud production is out of this world, and Debra C wanted a sturdy daily, and that's exactly what they got.

Checking in next, is one of the hottest items, let's check out the MFENG from SnowWolf and Sigelei. This luxurious rendition of the SnowWolf's box mod has a high-end design with the iconic logo topped with a powerful wolf sub-ohm tank. With a max wattage at 200 and a juice capacity of 6 mL, the MFENG sets the bar high for all other Sigelei devices. And if this wasn't enough, the secondary WFH 0.16 coil is capable of reaching 230 watts. User Craig B is relatively new to vaping and bought the MFENG as their first mod. Satisfied with the overall look to his impressed cloud production, Craig is extremely happy with the MFENG.

Jumping into the mix is the Stick Prince from SMOK. This pen system is not just simple and reliable, but also flavorful and perfect for someone who's new to vaping. With a 3000 milliamp battery and impressive 8 ml juice capacity, the Stick Prince is a phenomenal addition to the SMOK family. Verified buyer George O found everything they were looking for within the Stick Prince.

Nearing the end of our list, we have VOOPOO's Drag Kit. Before the kit, the Drag mod was one of the popular picks among the vaping community.

Throw on top the UForce T1 tank, and you have the perfect out-of-the-box set-up. Installed into the Drag mod is an advanced 32-bit Gene chip capable of firing up to 157 watts. And paired up with the 8 mL UForce T1 tank, this setup is a prime daily.

User VapeLifeBro loves their VOOPOO Drag Kit and found it overall amazing with zero complaints.

Wrapping up our top seven will be the Polar Kit from Vaporesso. This kit isn't just eye candy, it sets the bar high for all mods with a screen, and tanks for flavor. This modern-looking mod features a 2-inch vibrant OLED screen and has a strikingly futuristic design. Its maximum output stands at 220 watts. And a Cascade Baby tank can hold up to 6.5 mLs of juice. One of its impressive features is its insta-fire mode. This cuts the activation speed to 0.001 seconds, meaning rapid flavor and taste from the first breath to the last. User Rodnie H says it's even better with flavor and has caught the attention of other vapers with this kit.

That wraps up our top seven kits for the mid-season of 2018. Like stated before, these were in no particular order.

Now, we wanna hear from you. Which kit caught your eye? And what's your go-to setup? If it wasn't listed, let us know down below. We always love to hear from our subscribers. And for all your vaping needs, head over to elementvape.com