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Have you read a Henley Cigs review lately? You might have overlooked them because there are already a lot of competitors taking up room on vape-review sites. Why even consider Henley when there are plenty of other choices? It’s all a matter of taste. The fact that this company (with a new shop in New York) sells its own brand and other brands might be attractive. Customers are provided with a wide choice of easy to advanced products.
Products at Henley
Although other brands are features, theirs is the only smokeless cigarette for sale and comes in two potential formats. You could buy the Express Kit or disposables. Other devices sold here come from makers of eGos, APVs, and mods. Henley is also a general retailer carrying e-liquid, including their own juice plus a few worthy names on the pricey side.
This is your typical starter without the bells and whistles. For $19.95, you are set up with a USB charger, one battery, and three cartomizers (one better than most equivalent packages). There is no fancy box, just the slim sort of package you might find pencils lined-up in at the stationery store.
As is almost always true, your choice of flavors is limited to just original and menthol, but the battery is rechargeable so you can keep using it with other flavors from Henley if you are impressed with the way it holds its charge, vapor production, and throat hit.
The Disposable E-Cig by Henley comes in two styles: the Kulig (featuring designs by a local street artist) and original style. A kit of 3 costs $29.95. Buy 12 for $107.95. There are no singles on sale here. Purchase Original, Tobacco, or Menthol.
Refills by Henley
Five-packs of cartomizers cost a reasonable $11.95, and there are several choices in 18mg or 24mg only. That is disappointing and the flavors are predictable. Choose Strawberry, Watermelon, Cappuccino, Vanilla, or Clove. Select Tobacco, Original, Menthol, or Cherry cartomizers. Henley also sells e-liquid by The Standard, a high-class offering worth refilling your high-end hardware with.
Also on the Lineup
The eGo Revolver is a variable voltage battery in 650, 900, or 1100mAh for $27, $30 or $33 and is either stainless steel or black. Henley needs to update the image of their battery showcased on their website to get rid of a beautiful dark blue option featured: there isn’t one on the list, whether in stock or out of stock. Voltage varies from 3.3 volts to 4.8 volts and threading is 510.
You can buy the battery alone or opt for a starter kit. A Mini Vivi Nova Tank to fit onto it costs $10 (not bad pricing), but other tanks would fit onto this one too. An eGo CE4 Kit costs $66 if you would rather buy a whole set of items together which usually saves you money.
Innokin on the Menu
Henley has a soft spot for Innokin. Products favored at Henley include the iTaste 134 Kit for $150, or an MVP 2 Kit on sale for $60. The A10 e-cig 510 Classic kit for $42 is also an Innokin product featuring a portable charging case.
Pay $240 for a Provari Mini or $80 for a Vamo V5 Kit. The Provari is frequently used by professional reviewers. The Castle by Vape Smith and an RDA to match are featured. Select a CV1 Virtus Mechanical Mod or Hades Footoon, but only if you are way past smokeless cigarettes and eGos are starting to wear thin.
E-Liquid at Henley
Bright bottles of Henley Vapes, 15mls, cost $12 and come in 11 flavors, but only 6, 12, or 18mg. The 24mg variety is gone and there is no choice for 0-nic vapers; however, at least you will love the change from chocolate and cherry vapes to Blue York (cinnamon blueberry crumble), Brighton Beach (brown sugar, peach, and pear), and Stop and Frisk (creamy pear and coconut).
Traffic Jam (a fruit and mint choice) is just one more unusual flavor they sell, but Big Dapple (apple cinnamon) and A Train Expresso are reminiscent of popular and prosaic choices. Their names are a lot of fun. Stop by the shop and ask their mixologist what he can do.