Here are the latest Elite Vaporworks coupon codes, discounts and promotions for 2016 to help you save on your next purchase.
Vaporworks is not like Dreamworks. Vapor and the fantasy of movies could become the focus for a long and philosophical treatise, but that would be boring and we just want to get down to vaping. Elite Vaporworks from St. Louis and Maryland Heights in Missouri sells 29 categories of e-cigarette products like chargers, 510 and 306 items, tanks, and liquid.
Take their Joye eRoll, for instance. I see this sold more and more and the name Joyetech featured constantly. It’s good business to carry a few of their products.
The eRoll costs $59.95 with the convenient option to customize your purchase into a kit by adding a tank and other extras. So, your eRoll could cost a lot more when you are done, but will come with every compatible piece you need.
The Innokin Cool Fire II joins several Innokin products in the catalogue at Elite Vaporworks. A VV V.3 Express Kit is $38.95.
The Cool Fire II costs $49.95. Choose MVP 2.0 wraps to surround it with lovely colors that you can change when you feel like it.
As wonderful as durability is, and in spite of the fact that this saves you money, seeing the same MVP every day for a year or more can get boring, so get yourself a wrap or two for $4.95 each. It’s cheaper than a new mod.
Other brands come from Kanger, Aspire, and VapeOnly.
The Vision Spinner battery for $23.95 will thread neatly onto one of the tanks and clearomizers in stock at Elite Vaporworks. So will an E-Fire Engraved Wood VV Battery for $44.95. Maybe that is a lot of money for a single battery when the MVP 2.0 costs just $10 more, but this is something really special; a product almost no one else on the mainstream circuit can sell you. Consider it as a gift for a vaper who collects unique devices and parts.
Blank cartomizers cost $5.95. A Signature Series portable charging case (mini) is priced just $15.95. That is insanely cheap, at least compared with the PCCs provided in some mini kits with brand names printed all over them, for which a consumer is charged at least $10 more and often double.
In Store Only
A section marks out items which are only carried in one of the Missouri stores and not online. This is a short list: almost everything can be purchased in person or over the internet. Just do not log onto the web looking for the Omega RBA or a Nimbus RBA at Elite Vaporworks.
E-Liquid in Missouri
The juice on tap at Elite Vaporworks sells for $11.95 in 30ml bottles or $6 for 10mls. That’s more like it: who wants 30mls of unvapeable juice? You just don’t know if you can vape this stuff until you try it, but when you are pleased, buying 30mls saves time and money.
Select as much as 3.2% nicotine with the option to scratch nicotine altogether. Choices are appropriately named so you don’t have to make a puzzled face when you see them. Things like Bubblegum and Cinnamon describe themselves. You’ve got a choice of Raspberry or Green Tea on a cold day; Malibu or Ecto on a hot one. Then there’s a Cup O’ Joe for the morning and a Cowboy to replace your mid-morning cigarette.
You might find yourself searching for answers to questions like how much vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol are in each flavor. Is it the same each time? Is distilled water added, or alcohol? Would you expect some flavors to crack plastic tanks, and if so, which ones?
Elite Vaporworks doesn’t do a good job in this respect which is something they will have to work on quickly if the firm is going to survive upcoming regulations. It’s time to get started on what could be a long process of qualification for FDA approval.