The premise at Direct Vapor is simple: bring people the best vaping products at the best prices with free shipping. Make them happy and empower them to vape their own way.
Background details about the company hit on the heart of the vaping industry: that it started as a way to help smokers take control of their lives and find an alternative.
Direct Vapor stocks the products that make this possible in stylish ways at several levels. The people behind Direct Vapor are passionate about helping the vaping community.
Levels of Vaping
Actually the best represented vaping level here is “experienced” with assorted degrees of “advanced gear” throughout these internet pages. Although there are a few eGo-type products and variable batteries, this is mostly a place to find vaping equipment that makes clouds and accessories to go with it.
Then again, these box mods and sub-ohm vaporizers are becoming safer, easier to use, and more affordable, so there’s a good chance vapers who cling to eGos will switch over when they realize what’s out there.
It is becoming more common to see people holding box mods these days anyway, and they are not very big. You see people using boxes and large cylindrical mods in big cities all over the world and hardly anyone notices anymore. If anything, smokers are the ones consumers look askance at.
No Minimum Free Shipping
Direct Vapor keeps their prices low. In fact, they guarantee you the lowest prices out there. Add free shipping no matter what you buy and this is a great place to save money while picking up exactly what you need. They provide a 60-day warranty and 15-day returns too, so there are lots of good reasons to take a chance and try them.
Direct Vapor manages to be so cheap because they have “master wholesale distribution agreements” with the majority of major electronic cigarette companies. Their brands include Pioneer4You, Sigelei, Horizon, JoyeTech, and Kanger.
What are you in the mood for? Do you want a bit of high-vegetable glycerin e juice for sub-ohm coils or regular e juice that is great for an EVOD? Their menu shows e liquid by Alpha Vapes, King’s Crest, Lost Fog, Propoganda, WYZE, and VaporFi for starters. New stuff is always being added to this menu so keep an eye on the web page.
Do you want something brand new because you are keen to stay at the cutting edge? For that you should read the “Just Arrived” section where they list the Ego One Mini Starter Kit, Amigo Mini Sub Kit 50W, an Efest LUC BLU6 OLED Intelligent Charger, and a Coolfire IV-iSub G Kit.
Sift through selections for sub-ohm tanks, RBAs, RDAs, wick, wire, and coil. Choose box mods, mechanical mods, cases, skins, or tips. Everything is neatly separated into headings and sub-headings so you aren’t scrolling through long lists. There are even numbers next to brand names to indicate how many listed items in a category belong to that brand.
Now for prices: you want to see how credible claims at Direct Vapor really are. The X Cube II 160W TC Mod by Smok is $69.95. Buy Ripe Vapes VCT Private Reserve, 30 ml, for $27.95. Choose a Tesla 80W TC starter kit for $89.99 or pick up Direct Vapor’s special deal of the week: Tesla’s 200W TC mod priced $77.95.
Pick up a Sense Cyclone TC Sub Ohm tank, the Innokin iSub Apex, a GS Tank, Smok TCT, or a simple Evod by Kanger. Their Evod batteries, the Variable EMOW, and a Tesla Sidewinder are among the few beginners’ products at Direct Vapor.
So far, so inexpensive: I’m impressed with the affordability of vaping equipment at Direct Vapor and so should you be. I’m sure there are places where these prices are matched, but few places are as consistently affordable. There are pages and pages of excellent gear for people who take vaping seriously.
I love their website too. Call me a fan, but I really respect a company that takes the time to make their e-commerce site so easy to use and to read.
When an item is on backorder or they are running out of something, these details are noted in red.
For instance, as stock numbers drop, the company posts how many are left: 5, 10, 15 or whatever until the item is either sold out or on backorder.
There is a clearance section, but Direct Vapor doesn’t bother to list items there unless they deserve that heading. I was satisfied to see they didn’t just put sale items here because a “sale” isn’t the same thing as “clearance.” Consumers picture really big deals when they think of the latter classification.
Direct Vapor’s site is also an educational portal. Customers can use this spot to:
• watch videos about how to use products
• read articles about various topics related to vaping
• read news about the vaping industry and Direct Vapor
• look up the definitions of frequently used vaping jargon in the Glossary
At the bottom of most websites there are lists of sub-headings but I have never seen so many in one place. This is a testimony to how much information Direct Vapor shares about the industry, their products, and themselves. They are truly transparent which is why I have no qualms about recommending Direct Vapor to discerning online shoppers.