Vaping 101: Can I take my e-cigarette abroad? The best vapes to take on holiday

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    Vaping 101: Can I take my e-cigarette abroad? The best vapes to take on holiday
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    Back in the day, all we had to worry about was tucking a pack of cigarettes into our back pocket as we boarded a plane.

    But now that vaping is taking the world by storm, the question of whether we’ll be allowed to take our devices onto a flight – and into another country – is ever present.

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    Fortunately, many airports and holiday destinations across the globe will permit vapers to have their equipment on them.

    Now the only thing left to do is work out what vape is best to take travelling.

    Fortunately all the recommendations and tips you need have been gathered into one place. Enjoy.

    Vype Pebble starter kit, £17.99

    Vaping 101: Can I take my e-cigarette abroad? The best vapes to take on holiday
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    This oval-shaped device fits in the palm of your hand and delivers a convenient vaping experience.

    If you’re looking for a hassle-free way to vape while travelling, simply insert a cartridge, hold the on/off button for a second, then start vaping.

    The specially formulated flavours include fresh apple, golden tobacco, smooth vanilla and tingling mint, and come in high VG ranges (60%-90%) for a richer, smoother vapour.

    Vype ePen starter kit, £17.99

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    Those looking for an easy-to-use vape pen should try Vype’s version, as it comes with e-liquid caps that screw on instantly and two simple power settings that provide instant vapour.

    Available in black, white, red, blue and purple, this device provides 300 puffs on the higher setting, and 360 on the lower.

    It automatically shuts down after 10 minutes of inactivity, or if you press one of the buttons for over 8 seconds.

    Charging is via micro USB, making the process simple for those on the go.

    Innokin Slipstream/Kroma kit, £39.99

    Vaping 101: Can I take my e-cigarette abroad? The best vapes to take on holiday
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    The compact Innokin Slipstream/Kroma fits easily into your hand, and the compact design features temperature control, variable wattage and a built in battery.

    Firing up to 75 watts, this device supports Nickel, titanium and stainless steel, and the tank has a 2ml capacity with top adjustable triple airflow slots.

    Those wanting to put their own tank on top can use the 510 adaptor, but the Slipstream offers a leak resistant cup design that will help minimize leaks while you’re travelling.

    Smok Alien Kit 220W with TFV8 Baby Tank, £54.99

    Vaping 101: Can I take my e-cigarette abroad? The best vapes to take on holiday
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    Vapers on the move should check out the Smok Alien 220W, which is made out of a lightweight zinc alloy and features a brightly lit OLED screen display with two regulatory buttons.

    Smok coils are wicked with pure organic cotton to create an award-winning flavour, and the  Baby 3ml top-filling tank is a convenient bonus.

    Leading vape magazine Vapouround said: ‘The Smok Alien 220W is a good compromise for a travelling vaper.

    ‘Use it with a TFV8 Tank, which doesn’t need to be refilled frequently and has long-lasting coils.

    ‘The coil style is widespread, so odds are you can find a replacement.’

    Innokin Cool Fire 4 IV plus iSub Apex Kit, £45.50

    Vaping 101: Can I take my e-cigarette abroad? The best vapes to take on holiday
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    For a vape that slots perfectly into your hand, check out the Innokin Cool Fire 4 IV, which has a curved design and a lasting battery of 3300mAh.

    The micro USB port allows users to vape while they charge, and the 70 watt output fires down to 0.1 ohms.

    A red LED indicates low voltage, and the stainless steel body is durable to handle a variety of vaping temperatures.

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