Anatomy of Vape Kits

Vaping has become one of the popular alternatives to smoking cigarettes. This was invented by a Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik back in 2003. Since then, the industry expanded with the later inventions of modified pieces such as personal vapouriser and vaping mods. Instead of buying the vaping mod pieces individually, you can now purchase a kit complete with accessories.

Here’s what you’ll find inside vape kits:



This can be in any shape or form. Some of its designs may include traditional cigarette, pen tube, or even a box. The main purpose of this is to deliver power from the battery to the atomizer.


This is what keeps the device powered, supplying energy to it. Also, there are different types of batteries. Usually, it is categorised according to Milliamp Hours or mAh.


It is where a mist out of liquid is created as there is a reservoir to hold e-liquids. It is also the part that is heat resistant. The atomiser has different styles namely: cartridges, cartomizers, clearomises, rebuildable tanks, rebuildable drippings, hybrid atomisers.


These are small pieces of resistance wires shaped into a coil or spring. The resistance determines the amount of electricity it needs to power it and the amount of heat it will produce. Coils are usually made from chemicals like Kanthal, NiChrome and Nickel, which are safest to use.


This is a solution that consists of propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, food flavourings, and sometimes nicotine. The ratio of propylene glycol (PG)/ vegetable glycerin (VG) and nicotine used in Vape kits vary. Usually, most cigarette users switching to e-cigarettes will start vaping with liquids that have high nicotine content and gradually lowers over time.

USB Cable Charger

This cable is connected to the device for charging the battery. Misuse can lead to serious health issues. Always remember to follow the instructions to avoid complications.

If you’d like to see a wide variety of vape kits, you may visit the website of Vaping NZ.