The next kit is going to be the Aspire K2. Aspire has a "K" series consisting of three kits. The K2 is going to be the least expensive option of this series at $29.99. It uses a BVC 1.8 ohm coil that costs $2.49 to replace. The kit comes with two so you should be set for a few weeks. This battery should last you all day, however, this could change if you're usage is higher than average. These are available in black and pink. This is shown on the left.
The K3 is going to be very similar to the K2, however, it uses a newer coil and has a bigger battery. This newer coil, the Nautilus 1.8 ohm coil, will give you a more satisfying hit and last a bit longer. The cost is $3.49 per coil. The battery should last about a day and half with normal usage. All of this causes the device to be a bit wider than the K2. These are available in black and pink. This is shown on the right while the size comparison is in the middle.
The Atopack Dolphin is a bit of a different device. The top half pops out and that is how you change your coil and fill it. However, what it has in strangeness, it makes up for in looks and performance. This little starter sub-ohm device costs $34.99 and uses a .25 ohm coil costing $2.49. The colors available are white, yellow, orange, and black.
eGo AIO/eGo AIO Box
The Ego AIO comes in two different form factors, the pen mod and the box. Other than the shape and price, they are the exact same device including coils and battery life. The pen style costs $29.99 while the box style costs $34.99. They use an AIO .6 ohm coil and an AIO .5 ohm coil. The cost is $2.49 per coil. Battery life should last about a full day with normal use. Colors may vary depending on the location due to the sheer number of colors available.
Next is the Endura T18 and T22. These, once again, come in two form factors. The T18 is a pen style battery costing $34.99. The T22 is a bit more boxy and costs $44.99. The T22 has a larger battery and tank. Both use 1.5 ohm coils costing $2.49. They can also use an older style 2.1 ohm coil, however, it is not nearly as popular due to its age. The T18 at normal use should last a day while the T22 at normal use should last, roughly, two days. The T18 is available in black, silver, turquoise, and pink. The T22 is available in blue, black, and silver.
The Aspire Zelos better watch out! There is some new competition in town! The CB-60 goes up to 60 watts and is a hair smaller than it's rival, the Zelos. The tank that is paired with it is the AMOR NS. This uses many different coils, however, we recommend the 1.5 ohm. This can be run from 7 watts to 13 watts. At $59.99 this is a great deal! The colors available are silver, black, purple, and bronze.
Lastly, we come to the Aspire Zelos kit. This kit is more of a box style and costs $59.99. With a large battery, it can last up to two and a half days with normal use. The Zelos uses the newest style of Nautilus coil, the .7 ohm. The older style 1.8 ohm will work in it as well. The kit comes with one of each, allowing you to try them both and decide which you like more. Both of the coils cost $3.49 to buy. The Nautilus 1.8 ohm coil is the same coil used in the Aspire K3 kit. These are available in black, red, and grey. This is also another popular device. The Nautilus 1.8 ohm coil can be used between 9 watts and 12 watts. While the .7 ohm coil can be used between 15 watts and 20 watts.