If you enjoy cloud chasing and blowing big clouds, look no further than our range of sub ohm vape kits. Advanced vape kits that allow for extended levels of customisation and increased power, kits designed for sub-ohm vaping offer you intense flavour with every inhale and unrivalled levels of vapour production with every exhale.
More suitable for vapers with more experience and those who perfect a direct-to-lung (DTL), sub-ohm vaping style, sub-ohm vape kits combine a variety of features to bring you a kit with extensive power, more control, and a performance factor that is second to none.
The priority of sub-ohm vape kits is to blow dense clouds of vapour, and as such, they are mostly compatible with high VG e-liquids. When using a vape kit of this type, you should opt for an e-juice with a lower nicotine level (nothing higher than 6mg of nicotine), instead focussing on flavour and cloud production. For this reason, we recommend sub-ohm devices to vapers who are further along in their transition from smoking regular cigarettes to e-cigarettes.
Amongst our sub-ohm range, you will find vapes from the majority of the market leaders, such as Geekvape, Innokin, VooPoo, SMOK, Freemax, Lost Vape, Uwell and more. Level up from your starter kit; begin vaping in a whole new way by purchasing a sub-ohm vape kit now.
Geekvape Z200 Kit
Lost Vape Centaurus M200 Kit
Vandy Vape Pulse AIO Mini 80W Kit
Freemax Maxus 2 Kit
Voopoo Drag 4 Kit with Uforce L Tank
Hellvape Hell200 Kit
Suicide Mods Stubby AIO Pod Kit
VOOPOO Drag E60 Pod Mod Kit
Vandy Vape Pulse AIO.5 80W Kit
SMOK Mag 18 Kit with TFV18 Tank
Voopoo Argus GT 2 II Kit UK
Innokin Kroma 217 Kit
Vaporesso GEN 200 Vape Kit
What are Sub-Ohm Kits?
Sub-ohm vape kits differ from regular vape kits in that they are specifically designed to allow for direct-to-lung (DTL) vaping, a vaping style whereby a vaper inhales vapour from a sub-ohm vape tank or hit directly into their lungs without drawing it to their mouth first, as they would if they were vaping in a mouth-to-lung (MTL) style. Whilst it is still possible to achieve an MTL vaping experience with a vape kit that is sub-ohm if you switch out the type of coil that your device uses, it is important to note that these types of e-cigs are primarily set up for lung vaping. The main differences between the two vaping styles are that direct-to-lung vaping is more geared towards vapour production and flavour, as opposed to the satisfaction of a nicotine craving, something that is more common amongst MTL vapers.
Sub ohm kits also differ from standard vape kits in that the amount of power that they are capable of outputting is higher and their built-in chipsets are more advanced. However, the main differentiator that sets sub-ohming apart from using any other type of vape kit is the coils that are at work in the device. For a device to be capable of outputting a sub-ohm vape, it must use a low resistance coil – in other words, an atomiser with a coil resistance of 1.0 ohms or lower. Mesh coils are also great options for sub-ohm vapes kits and mods due to their larger surface area. Any coil over 1.0 ohms is in plus-ohm territory – these are instead used in starter kits that support MTL vaping. You can shop our range of low resistance coils (as well as their high resistance counterparts) over on our coils page.
Many of the sub-ohm kits that you will find among our selection are AIO devices, meaning that they bring together the device’s batteries and vape tank in one single kit.
What type of e-liquids are best for Sub-Ohm Kits?
By now, we know that sub-ohm kits are capable of producing huge clouds and delicious flavour, but it is not just its sub-ohm coils and the kit’s composition itself that make this possible – much of this can be attributed to the vape juice that goes into a sub-ohm vape.
As mentioned above, when vaping from a kit of this type, we recommend using an e-juice that features a low nicotine level. Not only this, but your shortfill should contain high proportions of vegetable glycerin, or in simpler terms, it should be a high-VG e-liquid. As you can imagine, these e-liquids will feature lower amounts of propylene glycol as a result – a ratio of 70% VG or higher is what you should aim for.
Unlike 50:50 e-liquids and those higher in PG, the consistency of high-VG e-liquids is thicker – their additional viscosity prevents them from vaporising too quickly and reduces the likelihood of burnt hits, and all of the complications that come with them!