What’s the difference between Juul and Vape?

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When it comes to eCigarettes, there are so many choices available today it may seem difficult to decide which way to go. Not to worry. Choosing the best type of system that’s best for your customers is a matter of what they want from the overall experience. Both offer a clean nicotine delivery system without the tar or smell of cigarettes. However, there are some subtle differences that can make one or the other more attractive to a user based on their particular needs.

The Juul is great for people who are just getting started or who prefer an easy-to-use system since the Juul is comprised of only two parts: the device and the flavor pods. The Juul is very much like a standard cigarette in how it feels in the user’s hands. It is lightweight and activated simply by drawing from it.

Vape Pens, on the other hand, have three components: a battery, a liquid reservoir, and a heating coil. It is activated by filing the liquid reserve, pressing a button, and inhaling. There are a number of styles to choose from, so find the right “fit” for a user’s hand is a matter of testing different types.

When comparing the two systems side by side, they each have their advantages. Juul prices are very similar to vape pen start-up packs, but they might be slightly more expensive to use when comparing the flavor pods to eLiquids used in vape pens, depending on the usage. One major advantage vape pens have over Juul is that they provide a far wider range of customization when it comes to the amount of nicotine delivered and the flavors used.

The bottom line is both are highly popular, so it would be prudent for convenience store owners to have both options available to customers. Atlantic Dominion Distributors is a tobacco distributor in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, as well as a vapor distributor. We are a supplier of tobacco and vape products for convenience stores and have a wide selection to offer our customers. We distribute Juul and many other pod-based closed systems, as well as vapor products for use in open systems.