TOP 7 Burning Questions About Pod Systems ANSWERED by FLOW

Pod systems are a great way to start vaping as there really isn’t too much you have to learn to get started. You just fill up your pod, insert it into the device and take a puff. Most pod systems are draw activated meaning you don't need to hold down a button for it to start vaping. You just start inhaling and the coil will automatically fire which is great if you’re making the switch from smoking. This is true for FLOW vapes in the FLOW starter kits, and also FLOW minis.

 

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 If you’re new to pod systems or vaping in general, you’ve more likely than not asked one of the following question to yourself or on Google. FLOW has decided to compile them here for easier access. Disclaimer: we have provided answers that we stand by.

 

1. What’s the difference between Pod System Vapes and Mod Vapes? 

If you’re unsure what a pod system is, it’s essentially an extremely compact vape that uses vape pods rather than your conventional tank. Now, a tank and pod are essentially the same things, but with pod systems, such as the FLOW Vape, they’re designed specifically for the device to give you an extremely compact setup.

 

2. How do Pod Systems work?

Pod systems are a great way to start vaping as there really isn’t too much you have to learn to get started. You just fill up your pod, insert it into the device and take a puff. Most pod systems are draw activated meaning you don't need to hold down a button for it to start vaping. You just start inhaling and the coil will automatically fire which is great if you’re making the switch from smoking. This is true for FLOW vapes in the FLOW starter kits, and also FLOW minis.

 

3. How much vapor do Pod Systems produce? How big are the clouds from Pod Systems?

Now, while most pod systems really don’t output a lot of vapor, the FLOW vape from the FLOW starter kit really seems to be the exception to the rule. Even the FLOW mini can give you enough vapor to obscure the best (or worst) parts of your face if you’ve got a bit of lung capacity.

 

4. What is the selling point of Pod Systems?

Pod systems are amazing as an everyday vape to bring with you on the go. They use pods that are filled with e-liquid, meaning they don’t have a large tank and are, thus, smaller and easier to transport in pockets and purses. The FLOW vape uses FLOW flavor pods that come in dozens of different flavors, with hundreds more to come. Current flavors include (Taro Ice Cream, Pineapple, Nutty Tobacco, Fresh Mint, Durian, with other boutique flavors like beer and coke awaiting launch in the North American market.)

 

5. What’s in the flavor pods used in Pod Systems?

The best pods contain nicotine salt e-liquid which has (1) a higher concentration of nicotine than freebase e-liquids used with vape mods and is also (2) available in different nicotine strengths. FLOW in particular has several no-nicotine options for both FLOW pods and FLOW minis.

 

6. How long do vape pods last?

Some vape pods are designed to last the same amount of puffs as a traditional pack of cigarettes. For certain products, one pod equals one pack of cigarettes, so your smoking habits should remain the same, but with a cheaper and healthier option. The FLOW pods are a different animal: each pod will last you for as long as two packs of cigarettes.

 

7. Will I smoke more if I use Pod Systems? 

Most Pod Systems are draw activated, and they are a lot smoother than the traditional cigarette. Throw in the fact that the vapor from Pod Systems is a lot more tolerable than second hand smoke, people are more prone to use their vapes excessively. FLOW vape has you covered though, because FLOW vape is equipped with a patented “one-cigarette” function which gives you a vibrating alert after 15 draws to let you know that you should take a break.

 

And there you have it. Long story short, Pod Systems are BETTER. And more specifically, the FLOW vape pen is the only answer and true iPhone of e-cigarettes. 

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