When it comes to economic brands of electronic cigarettes, they don’t get much cheaper than the Eluma Electronic cigarette. Eluma has created five different flavored cartridges including a traditional tobacco flavor which is the only one I have used. The taste is good, and the vapor seems to be reasonably dense, especially when my cartridge was brand new.
The cartridge that the Eluma uses is refillable which is one of the reason that the Eluma cartridge is so affordable. Initially filling the Eluma cartridge can be a little time consuming, but you quickly get used to the process.
One of the things I want to warn you about is that even though the cartridge that the Eluma uses is refillable, it is not designed to last forever. Even on the official website, the company warns that the atomizer will eventually wear out an need to be replaced. The site claims that the average life span for an Eluma cartridge is anywhere from 2-6 months. I’m a heavy puffer and used my Eluma a great deal and managed to get four months out of my atomizer before I was forced to order a replacement. Towards the end of the third month I noticed that the vapor that the cartridge was producing did not seem as dense and it continued to taper off until I finally gave in and placed the order. As of right now, the cost of the new Eluma cartridge is $9.95. My advice is to order them cartridges two at a time so that you never have to worry about not having a spare when one finally bites the dust.