Here are the latest Monster Vapors coupon codes, discounts and deals
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Beastly Monster Vapors
Monster Vapors isn’t a bad shop to buy your e cigs and e liquid from. They offer a decent selection of products. Prices are not excellent, but you aren’t being robbed either. They carry starter kits, mods, tanks, and accessories and also post videos about vaping for individuals who are brand new to the concept.
Their starter kits begin with an ego Express for $27.99. It’s on sale: in fact, everything is on sale. I find that confusing: is this a tactic to make you think you are lucky to have found the site just in time and encourage you to buy in a hurry so as not to miss the sale?
Is Monster Vapors really hosting a sale? It wouldn’t be the first time a vaping company (or other retail operation) has used this technique to put consumers under pressure, but I can’t say for sure what the deal is here.
Kits for New Vapers
That $27.99 kit contains a single e cigarette (tank and battery) with USB charger. The next item is a DCT Budget Kit costing $51.99. The latter item supplies you with an 1100-mAh bttery, 510 DT Tank, USB and wall adapters, drip tip, XL cartomizer, and a carry case. The price is okay but could be better since you only get one battery; however, when it’s 1100 mAh, you only need one anyway.
ZMAX Kit: What Kit?
The ZMAX Kit left me baffled. Why is it referred to as a kit? What they really mean is you get the ZMAX for $94.99 which is a steep price when nothing else is included. The word “Kit” implies customers receive more, and though you are told in no uncertain terms to add a tank, charger, and juice, I still think they should change their wording at Monster Vapors.
The prices here are fine. Bling and Stylin’ Egos cost $17.99 each. An 1100VV twist costs $23.99; add $3 for the 1300VV/VW. A fun item, the light-up battery, costs $20.99 for 420 mAh. It glows near the base just to be different. This is a pretty item, ideal as a gift. Buy one for a friend and one for yourself.
You can pick up the Artemas UDCT for $14.99. Buy an $8.99 clearomizer. The Trophy is $11.99 and an iClear costs $6.99. Select the Pyrex DCT and this will cost $14.95. A Trident RBA is priced $20.99 because it’s an EHPro clone. Your price for the Octopus RDA is $8.99. While the cheaper ones might or might not be authentic, the latter two are low-cost knock-offs that get you where you want to go.
I love drip tips. You can have loads of fun for $5. Monster Vapors has swivel, ribbon, marble (groovy), clear, flat, bullet, dragon, and snake styles. They cost from $3 to $5 so it is possible to own an assortment, make changes daily, and spend less than $40 for a week’s supply of tips.
I mentioned clones above but those were rebuildable atomizers. Monster Vapors also carries the Maraxus by EHPro for $54.99 and an equally affordable Chaser Chrome Pipe. You don’t have to spend $150 for the joys of mechanical vaping.
A choice of 10-ml or 50-ml bottles is childproof for safety. Nicotine values are zero, medium (11 mg to 18 mg), and high (24 mg). Juices cost $5.99 for 10 ml, which is very reasonable: about mid-table if you lined up all the e liquids sold in the United States. A selection of flavors satisfies drinkers (beer, black raspberry champagne, rum), consumers who like sweets (coconut cream pie, rainbow sherbet), and people with unusual tastes (Cauldron is a blend of citrus and fruit with black licorice). Tobacco styles include 555, Burley, Havana Cigar, and spiced pipe.