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Choose from more than a dozen excellent online vape stores in the United States. There are MyFreedomSmokes, My Vapor Store, Wake and Vape, and Vapor Beast. Vapor DNA, Vape NW, and Mount Baker Vapor are very good.
Direct Vapor has emerged within just the last year to compete with all of them, opting to concentrate on electronics rather than e juice. This review of Direct Vapor compares the new with the less new (no vape company can be referred to as “old”) and you will find there are several good reasons to choose Direct Vapor as your source for most e cig needs.
Direct Vapor Goals: Service & Best Pricing
Aims are familiar here at Direct Vapor. Their mission is to provide the best products and customer service but to charge less at the same time. They can guarantee the lowest prices on electronics and will also match the price of any item you can find on some other website if you provide the link to their catalogue and proof of pricing. Staff members are available in several ways to deal with customer questions and complaints and reports suggest they are great to talk to.
Direct Vapor is also on social media where you can interact with employees, owners, and customers. This is the place to go in order to catch up with giveaways, promotions, and new releases.
Sign up for their newsletter and they will also let you know what’s coming up. Although Direct Vapor is relatively young, they have more than 3,000 likes on Facebook.
What I find even more impressive, however, is how up-to-date their Facebook page is. While a lot of businesses neglect Facebook as a tool for reaching out to customers, Direct Vapor adds a new post most days of the week.
When social media is not given much focus, a firm seems neglectful and one has to wonder: are they still around? There’s no question that Direct Vapor is alive, thriving, and wants to meet customers in the virtual world.
Save Money & Free Shipping
A number of firms act as authorized dealers for major Chinese e cig brands, yet Direct Vapor secures even better pricing. They do this by making agreements to be the main dealer for several of them and also by running a warehouse but no real store. Customers save money by ordering with them but also by paying no shipping on their purchases.
Another money-saving feature is the “bundle” or starter kit which Direct Vapor is well-known for. Most items which aren’t packaged as starter kits by the manufacturer are customizable. Direct Vapor starts with the mod and adds three tank options.
Vapers know each has been selected because it’s an appropriate match, so all they have to do is decide which one they like better.
Kanger and Joyetech make their own starter kits, but a firm like Sigelei or Pioneer4You doesn’t offer as many of them, so Direct Vapor creates sets. This really is a convenient way to shop.
E Juice at Direct Vapor
Boyd’s Bounty, Beetlejuice, and others sell their e liquid wares at Direct Vapor. Direct Vapor does not carry its own brand of e liquid which is possibly a good move.
Home brew is cheaper and a company is able to adjust according to customer comments and requests. They can also more fully regulate their e juice quality when making a line of e liquids like they do at Apollo, Halo, and Vaporfi.
These American companies aren’t really competitors though. Apollo designs and sells various mods plus brands other than their own and a lot of e liquids, but they aren’t all-purpose companies with as extensive a range of products as Direct Vapor who lists ingredients and lab reports for all of the e juices they sell.
I love being able to filter results from a search for mods or tanks, etc. Most websites provide some kind of filter, but the more extensive it is the better I like it.
The left side of Direct Vapor’s web page is dedicated to filters like price, wattage, brand, etc. I can set a limit on how much I want to pay or maximum power enabling me to sift through just five or six products I might like instead of 15 or 20.
Kits and other equipment are also separated into sub-categories such as items for beginners, for sub ohm vaping, or mechanical mods. I highly recommend Direct Vapor for all vaping needs.