Vapage Pocket Pack
Being already an experienced smoker, we think it would be interesting to open a familiar looking pack and experience something that’s so similar to smoking, yet so different at the same time.
Having used more than a few e-cigarettes that were delivered in cigarette packs, though, we can say that it’s not the convenient way to store an e-cigarette. Imagine the beating that some cigarette packs take after just a day or two of use — and after every 20 cigarettes, you throw the pack away and purchase a new one. That won’t be the same with the Vapage Pocket Pack; if you carry it around for more than several days, it’s going to become in pretty bad condition. Also, the pack isn’t large enough to store the Vapage e-cigarette with a cartridge attached. So, while the Vapage Pocket Pack has some interesting packaging, we would have liked a more durable plastic case.
The ordered Vapage Pocket Pack usually comes in the Classic Tobacco flavor. It’s a nice, nutty flavor that doesn’t exactly taste like tobacco but serves as a good enough presentation of what you can expect from e-cigarettes. Unfortunately, Vapage made the rather strange design decision of going with an automatic battery that’s completely sealed at the top. This protects the inside of the battery from an errant drip of e-liquid but makes the draw on the e-cigarette tight, limiting the vapor generation.
Sometimes it is quite hard to recommend the Vapage Pocket Pack, even if it is in the lowest-ranked product in the lineup because the Virgin Vapor Easy Electronic Cigarette includes a higher-capacity battery and organic e-liquid at very funny price. There isn’t anything especially wrong with the Vapage Pocket Pack, but it would be not easy to convince people to pay the asking price when they know they can shop elsewhere and receive something better for less.
View the Vapage Pocket Pack at the Vapage website. Decide whether it is yours!