Simplicity and ease of use vs. a more customisable and individual vaping experience. That in essence is what these two types of vaping systems offer. Let’s explore the main differences between them and make it easier for you to choose which one is right for you.
CLOSED SYSTEM VAPING EXPLAINED
You may often hear closed system vaping devices being called “pod mods” or “ePods”. What sets these types of devices apart is that they are so easy to use, and this makes them the device of choice not only for those just starting out to vape, but also those who just want the simple convenience of on-the-go vaping. The Vuse ePod is the perfect example of the simplicity of a closed system vape; you simply choose a flavour pod, click it into the device and you’re ready to vape. It couldn’t be easier.
Closed system vape devices also make it much easier to explore flavours without having to wait for one flavour to be finished before choosing another. Whenever you’re ready to explore, the Vuse ePod has a range of 10 satisfying flavours available in a variety of nicotine strengths that you can simply click into your device at any time and keep on chasing your hustle.
OPEN SYSTEM VAPING EXPLAINED
Open system devices or “vape mods” like the Twisp Tyko Plus AIO are the more complex of the two systems and are easily identifiable by their refillable e-liquid tank which lets you fill your device with your vape flavour of choice by pouring e-liquid into the top of the device.
With devices like the Twisp Aero 2 AIO, you can even control airflow and power, giving you the choice of bigger volumes of vapour or a smooth draw to customise your vaping experience to your liking.
Open system devices let you be more involved in the vaping process and are ideal for the more experienced vaper or those seeking a more customised experience.
HOW DO I CHOOSE THE VAPE SYSTEM FOR ME?
Choosing the right vaping system for you comes down to your individual needs and preferences. Closed system devices like the Vuse ePod are by far the easiest and most convenient way to vape, and the perfect plug-and-play device for those new to vaping, or those on-the-go moments where you just can’t afford to slow down. Open system devices give you the freedom to customise your vaping experience and are more suited to those who like to get more involved with crafting the feel of their vapes.
Now that you’ve hopefully got a better understanding of the difference between them, go ahead and find your inspiration with our range of devices and flavours, because whether you choose one or rotate between both systems, we’ve got the device and flavour combination to give you the satisfying experience you’re looking for.