Pod vapes have certainly been a hot topic of 2019. We’ve seen some great pod systems on the market, and some not so great too. In this blog, we are going to take Logic vape Compact and JUUL into the ring to battle it out.
Do any of them win? Is there anything better? If so, why? We’re going to tell you all of this to make it easier when deciding between kits that look pretty similar.
Logic Vape Compact is one of the new kits from the company. It is a sleek and portable device measuring just 10cm long. You’ll find it in slate grey, steel blue, rose gold, champagne gold and emerald green.
The pods are designed to be single-use and thrown away once the e-liquid is empty (but we’ve got a hack video for that). The pod holds 1.7ml of e-liquid and they come in packs of 2 for £5.99 on the official Logic website.
Due to the fact that the pods are only available from Logic, you are required to buy from them. This limits your choice of e-liquid flavours to just 14, rather than the thousands that are on the market.
JUUL looks very similar to Logic vape Compact. It also has the same mouth activated draw and LED light system. It is a little smaller than the Logic Compact at 8.7cm.
However, some of its features fall down, such as the size of the pod. The pod of a JUUL is just 0.7ml which is roughly 200 puffs. The battery is also smaller at just 200mAh. If you are out and about all day and don’t have access to a charger then JUUL or Logic aren’t for you. There are great pod kits with much bigger batteries, some even 1100mAh or more, such as the SMOK Nord.
The JUUL system also requires you to buy refills every time your pod runs out, which judging by the size of the pod, is going to be quite often! Like the Logic Compact, this will also limit your flavour choice.
It’s a hard one for us to answer, to be honest. We personally don’t think either of them is good enough pod for us to sell. If it isn’t good enough for us, then it isn’t good enough for you.
We stock pod kits with refillable pods, bigger batteries and sometimes even LED screens. They’re all at a similar price point too. Having refillable pods will save you some money too. One bottle of 10ml e-juice is around £5, whereas 2 pods containing 1.7ml each is £5.99 from Logic Vape. JUUL are even more costly and for less liquid.
SMOK Nord pod kit always makes its way into our list of the best pod kits. It is sleek, easy to use and looks great too. Not only that, it has a comparatively massive battery of 1100mAh. This will last you the day, so perfect for when you are out and about.
The pod is also larger at 2ml capacity, which you can refill! Yes, refill with your own chosen e-liquid. That means you’ll be able to try Jack the Dripper Blackjack, or Vampire Vape Ice Menthol or Heisenberg.
You will need to replace coils in this device, but honestly, it is very simple. It also works out cheaper, in the long run, to replace coils and top up juice than it does to buy single-use plastic pods.
The SMOK Nord also allows you to adjust your airflow. This just means that you can tighten and loosen the draw as you see fit. It is a mouth to lung device, but it also comes with a 0.6ohm coil, which means you can also use it for sub-ohm vaping and big clouds. The low resistance coil even opens up more e-juices as you’ll be able to enjoy high VG too.
The VooPoo Drag Nano is a small kit at just 5.5cm tall. This is perfect for a pocket or purse! Despite its small size, it still has a pretty decent battery of 750mAh, which fully charges in just an hour.
The pod can fill up to 1ml of e-liquid, which is more than the JUUL but less than the Logic vape Compact. However, you can refill these pods over and over again. You can select a high PG juice such as Vampire Vape or use nic salts such as Doozy Salts for a higher nicotine dose.
Like the JUUL and Logic Compact, the VooPoo Drag Nano has LED lights to indicate battery life. It is also draw-activated, with no buttons to worry about.