Smoke Tip Speed Review
We know not everybody has time to read our full reviews. So here is a quick category by category breakdown of the Smoke Tip followed by a quick synopsis.
- Vapor Production - 60%
- Vapor Flavor - 70%
- Size & Portability - 80%
- Battery Life - 45%
- Price - 70%
Smoke Tip has been in the business for a long time, quietly building a following while remaining rather low key. They don’t have huge production values or flashy advertising, but they do have a bevy of loyal followers.
What You Get
Unlike practically everyone else in the electronic cigarette industry, Smoke Tip only offers a single starter kit. This one retails for $59.00, which is on the high end of the market. At that price, you would think it would come in some nice packaging and include all the extras. Instead it comes in a cheap-looking box with cheap-looking plastic on everything.
The kit includes two batteries, five flavor cartridges, a wall charger and a USB charger. This is just the very basics, though the addition of an extra battery is nice, it still does not make up for the high price tag.
The Quality of the Products
The battery gives you around two hours of vaping, which equates to about 250 puffs. A single cartomizer pack gives you anywhere from 150- 200 puffs. This is all close to the industry standard and doesn’t really make the price tag worth it.
You do, however get a 30-day money back guarantee and a lifetime warranty on everything. So if you feel that you spent too much for the initial package, it may be worth it to you in the long run. And with the number of people who stand by this product, apparently quite a few are happy with this as their standard choice for e-cigs, but we were not impressed
The vapor production is minimal. While the company advertises vapor production on par with Green Smoke if you puff just right and prime your e-cigs, we found that vapor production was inconsistent and unsatisfying. It never gave us continually good throat hits like we wanted.
There are a few different e-liquids to choose from, and all of them are the standard industry flavors- tobacco, menthol, coffee and fruits. None of them really stood out and most of them felt rather flat and uninteresting. Of all the flavors we tried, we never found one that we really wanted to go back to.
Is It Worth Your Money?
Smoke Tip Electronic Cigarettes
QSC Rating: 70/100 by Quit Smoking Community
- Decent battery life
- Limited selection of kits and flavors
- Unreasonably high price
- Poor vapor production
- Poor flavor quality
This is one of the worst e-cigs we have tried, and we can’t recommend them to anybody. Most companies that put out subpar e-cigs at least give you a good price, but Smoke Tip doesn’t even do that.