Apollo isn’t one of the most well known brands in the world of e-cigs, but they are certainly worth a second look. When I tried the Apollo e-cig, I was really surprised that this brand wasn’t topping more review charts. I really think we’ll see it surge in popularity in the next few months.
Apollo e-cigs are very affordable, with starter kits ranging from $54.95 to $79.95. I tried the standard starter kit and was instantly impressed with the overall package presentation. Everything was packaged nicely and well organized so you could assemble the e-cig quickly and start vaping right away.
The Apollo e-cig standard starter kit includes:
- 2 lithium-ion batteries
- 1 wall charger
- 1 USB charger
- 1 portable charger case
- 5 cartomizers
Most companies don’t include a portable charging case in the basic kits, so that gave me a great impression from the first moment. The PCC makes the e-cig functional for the everyday smoker. You can charge the e-cig batteries where ever you are and don’t have to worry about plugging into a power outlet or USB port.
The Apollo e-cig was light weight, but seemed to be well made. As far as size goes, it was just a tiny bit bigger than a typical 100’s tobacco cigarette. One of the most exciting parts of getting my kit was the disposable e-cig that Apollo added for free. I guess they are trying to promote the new disposable e-cigs, but I really liked it. It lasts about 500 puffs and I definitely thought it was just as good as the regular e-cig.
My batteries were pre-charged, which was nice. I was able to start using the e-cig as soon as I opened it. The batteries lasted long enough to use up a whole cartomizer, so I would say about 200 puffs. It took about 90 minutes to charge the battery up from start to finish.
Apollo e-cigs also have great vapor from both the disposable e-cig and the 2-piece rechargeable model. They also had a nice throat hit… I wasn’t disappointed in this brand at all!
Also included in our package from Apollo were their eGo and VTube models. Both are very strong pieces of equipment for advanced e-smoking. They are much larger than traditional e-cigs and allow you to choose the power level to heat your e-liquid with.
Apollo’s flavors are the only part of the company that I have trouble with. They sell the common five flavors – tobacco, menthol, coffee, cherry, and vanilla – in their prefilled cartomizers. However, they also offer 14 additional flavors by the bottle which you can use to fill their empty cartomizers. The unfortunate thing is that these additional flavors are fantastic but they aren’t available in their prefilled cartridges. Not everyone wants to fill their own cartridges so they may never have the chance to try Apollo’s stronger e-liquids. We hope that Apollo will soon sell all of their flavors in pre-filled cartomizers.
Overall, I think Apollo is a good choice if you want to try a new e-cig brand. The vapor production is full and satisfying and the standard flavors were pretty comparable to others on the market while their bottles of e-liquid were better than average. Give Apollo and try and let us know what you think!