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5 Cheap JUUL Alternatives

If you’re looking for an alternative to the ubiquitous JUUL, then this is the list for you. Whether it’s because you simply desire a better product, a better price, or you just cannot fathom the appeal of this paltry device.

Nowadays, you can get your hands on something of higher quality with a lot less money. Something you can refill and enjoy without spewing $25 every few days on non-refillable pods.

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With these alternatives, we’re aiming for vape pods and devices you can refill. Do not despair, most of these slightly resemble the JUUL, just in case you’re having a hard time letting go. You’ll go through the same motions.

A gathering of JUUL enthusiasts.

Here’s a list of the highest-rated, best-selling, JUUL-like pod systems you may like:

Just a quick disclaimer: the prices will vary with time. Try purchasing from a reputable store like ProVape.com – or similar – just in case you need a refund or if you need to speak to customer service. Onward.

1. SMOK Novo Ultra-Portable Pod System — $12.99

This device is highly rated and cheap. It boasts a 450mAh battery and 2.0mL pods. The replacement pods average around $7 per pod. YouTube reviewers go nuts about this one. I’d recommend checking this out first.

2. SMOK Infinix Ultra-Portable Pod System — $17.99

Looks like JUUL’s bizarro twin brother. The battery could be better but overall acts like a JUUL. Refillable pods are $11.99 for a 3-pack.

3. Innokin EQS Ultra-Portable Pod System — $20.99

This one is fancy. You can adjust wattage levels, it flashes a cool LED light, etc, etc. The 2.0mL replacement pod only costs $5 to replace.

4. Suorin Vagon Pod System — $21.99

Convenience, man. Another 2.0mL pod with a decent battery. The tiny clip allows you to hang it in your pocket. My only complaint is that it looks like a pregnancy test stick.

5. PHIX Device w/Charger  — $19.99

The JUUL’s twin brother. This is the closest you will get to a JUUL without it being a JUUL. The device itself is much cheaper, but sadly, the replacement packs costs the same.

Pictured: average JUUL consumers.

Oh, I goof and I jest. I’m just pulling your leg. The JUUL is a terrific product. A bit pricey but that’s up to consumers to choose how to spend their money. I’m not America’s father. It’s a free country, am I right? Hell, I’ve spent a few dollars on JUUL products myself. Baa!

I hope this list gives you an idea for your next vape pod. The features and specifications are similar. The battery-life and draw-activated mechanism provides an almost identical experience to the JUUL. It also saves you a few bucks.

Happy vaping!

“goodbye, old friend.”

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Post Author: Martin