AIO (All-In-One) and pod systems are at their height of popularity in 2018 and every company is hopping on the bandwagon and making them. An AIO have everything built in to it and all you can do is change the coils. A pod system is a device with removable pods you can swap on the go. A starter kit is a small stick style battery with an included tank. So lets go over the best AIO starter kits here for these beginner/stealth vape options.
My list of best AIO starter kits 2018 includes:
1.Aspire Breeze 2 (pod system)
This is the best AIO pod system overall. It doesn’t have auto draw but if you can look past that it’s a smallish portable device that can be used for low MG freebase nic with the .6 ohm coil and restricted DTL, or lower the air with the 1 ohm coil for high mg nic salts. Still the one to beat right now to me.
Aspire Breeze 2 Pros and Cons
- Coil performance is notable.
- The hit is warm and dense.
- Airflow is adjustable.
- Good Flavor
- No Dry Hits
- Without Leaking
- Clicky Fire Button
- Pass-thru Charging
- Handy Dust Cap For Travel
- Removing the mouthpiece is a hassle.
- Charge time is long.
Aspire Breeze 2 Video Review
2.Vaptio Solo Flat
This is a small pen “juul style” MTL pod device with autodraw only. Best refillable one I have come across so far in that style. This starter kit is built well with a metal body and easy to replace pods and much cheaper than a juul which doesn’t have refillable pods in the long run. If you like the juul style but want something refillable, this is a great option.
Vaptio Solo Flat Pros and Cons
- Beautiful Look And Style
- 2 Refillable Pods
- It’s very comfortable to use.
- Long Battery Life
- Fountain LED
- Refilling can be messy.
Vaptio Solo Flat Video Review
If you want a small AIO system for DTL vaping, Innokin Pocketbox is the one to get. Best used with lower mg nicotine juices instead of high mg nicotine salts, this simple device has a few coil options and can pump out more flavor and clouds then you would expect. It’s innokins version of the mi-one and innokin is a very trusted brand in vaping. There is no doubt that this small AIO system deserves a place in my best AIO starter kits list.
Innokin Pocketbox Pros and Cons
- It’s tiny and lightweight.
- Beautiful Design
- It’s easy to operate.
- The airflow is adjustable.
- Good Flavor.
- Decent Vapor Production.
- MTL Coil Available (Separately)
- Pass-thru Charging
- It’s difficult to monitor the level of the e-liquid.
Innokin Pocketbox Video Review
4.Vaporesso Cascade One Plus
Vaporesso Cascade One Plus is a full starter kit and the top stick battery and tank combo I came across. This starter kit works great with the mesh coils and decent enough with the CCELL coils. This stick style kit is for DTL vaping and comes with the cascade one plus large battery as well as the cascade baby sub-ohm tank in lots of color options. A nice simple way to start DTL vaping in a simple package.
Vaporesso Cascade One Plus Pros and Cons
- Build quality of mod and tank is great.
- Many Color Options
- Simple Sleek Design
- Long Battery Life
- Large Juice Capacity
- Refilling is easy.
- The coils have good flavor and long life.
- Charging is fast.
- You need to turn upside down to check if there is any left when tank is low on juice.
Vaporesso Cascade One Plus Video Review
5.Vandy Vape Berserker MTL Kit
Vandy Vape Berserker also finds a place in this best AIO starter kits list. It is a full starter kit with a small stick style battery and a small MTL tank. This kit comes with everything you need to MTL vape or to start trying to get off cigs and is a much better option then some similar devices like the Joyetech ego AIO eco and Vaporesso Orca solo. Built solid but small and compact and the included bubble glass makes it easy to not have to carry spare juice with you.
Vandy Vape Berserker MTL Kit Video Review
I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. over the past few years i got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews i decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.