Geekvape Vape Kits & Mods

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GeekVape Aegis Legend 2 Kit - Vape Town Online
GeekVape Aegis Legend 2 L200 Mod - Vape Town Online
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What does my Geekvape kit come with?

Everything you need to get started. If your kit requires tanks, coils and mods, then your kit will contain it all. Depending on which kit you have, you will find charging facilities and your warranty card also. Each kit should also contain a user manual. Most of the box mods will require the purchase of a suitable battery and the pod kit comes with a USB C charging cable.

Which is the best Geekvape kit for beginners?

This depends on your needs. The Geekvape Pod kit is a great place to start. If you want something a bit more technical that will allow you to play with the settings, then something like the GeekVape Aegis Boost Pod Mod Kit is great for those wishing for a more advanced vaping experience.

How often should I change my Geekvape coils?

That depends entirely on how much you vape. If you are vaping often, you may need to replace your coil on a week by week basis, but for those who are more of a casual vaper, your coils may last longer. Your vape will start to taste either burnt or dull, which is a sign that it will need to be replaced. The type of liquid you use will also affect how long the coil will last, for example using a 50/50 vg/pg liquid in a coil that requires 70/30 vg/pg will affect the life of your coil. Your coils will also have a recommended wattage for use, staying within these parameters will help your coil life.

Which e-liquids should I use for my Geekvape kit?

If you are new to vaping a great place to start is a 50/50 liquid. You can then experiment with alternate liquids and nic salts to create your own perfect vape hit. However, the wattage at which you vape can make a difference to the liquid you will want to use. For a higher wattage, we recommend a higher VG content for your e-liquid, and always remember to look at the coil you are using as it will suggest a safe wattage to use with the coil.