Best Pod Kits for 2024

Best Pod Kits for 2024!

Best Pod Kits for 2024

A few months into 2024 we feel it’s a good time to recommend some of the best pod kits around at the moment, so here goes!

Vaporesso XROS 3 Mini 

This is a great little pod kit. The pods are reliable and last very well, providing good flavour to boot. The XROS pods give great flavour, and the pods range includes a 0.6Ω, 0.8Ω, 1.0Ω and 1.2Ω pods. The pods are easy to fill by just snapping the top across and filling by pushing the bottle nib through the red flap. It has a 1000mAh battery which should be enough to get through a days use without charging it. The XROS 3 Mini is recharged via a USB-C cable which you get included inside the box. There’s no button on the kit, so just like the disposables, you simply draw to activate it.

Aspire Gotek Pro Kit

The Aspire Gotek Pro Kit offers the best battery life of this bunch. With a massive (for a pod kit) 1500mAh battery which should easily get you through a days worth of use! It utilises the Gotek pods which have risen to prominence with the success of the Gotek X Kits. They have a 0.8Ω coil inside which gives an excellent disposable style draw! The pods are very easy to fill by just moving the flap on the side of the pod back. The kit is charged via a USB-C Charging wire & also has adjustable airflow on the bottom of the kit. There is no button on the Gotek pro so all you need to do is draw to activate it! A nice looking upgrade on the Gotek X Kits.

GeekVape Wenax Q Kit

GeekVape entered the pod kit game with their Q pod range. This is the first of two kits from that range that we’re going to mention in this article. The Wenax Q gives us something slightly different to the two pod kits that we’ve already mentioned. It has a screen which allows you to change the power and really personalise your vaping experience! You also get adjustable airflow to further enhance your ability to create your own vape style. The Wenax Q has a 1000mAh battery which is the same as the XROS 3 Mini. The Q pods are easy to fill too, just snap them across (similar to the XROS) and fill through the black flap. The range of pods goes from 0.6Ω, 0.8Ω and a 1.2Ω pod. The Wenax Q can either be used via the auto-draw function or by pressing the button to activate it, so you get the best of both worlds!


OXVA’s entry to this list is the XLIM Pro Kit. An excellent kit which offers pretty much everything you need! It has adjustable airflow and a screen which allows you to change the wattage (power) just like you can with the Wenax Q Kit. It houses a 1000mAh battery, the same as both the Wenax Q & XROS 3 Mini kits. The XLIM pods are good and give you great flavour from them. The range consist of a 0.6Ω , 0.8Ω  and a 1.2Ω pod, just like the Q pods. The build quality of these kits is excellent, and they look great too! The XLIM Pro has a button which allows you to turn the kit on and off, adjust the wattage, and use the kit too. It also works via auto-draw so disposable users will be familiar with that.


GeekVape Sonder Q Kit

The second kit that uses the Q pods to make this list is the Sonder Q! As mentioned with the Wenax Q, there are three pods which work in this kit (0.6Ω, 0.8Ω & 1.2Ω) and they fill the same. The Sonder is slightly cheaper than the Wenax Q, but still has a solid battery life and adjustable airflow. The Sonder Q has no button, so all you have to do is draw to use it. The main difference here is the lack of screen or adjustable wattage. This makes it a more simple kit to use and a great entry level kit for people wanting to try and get off disposables.

We hope you liked our list! Let us know what you think of the kits mentioned & any that we may have missed!

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