Hi Hooked,k Thank you so much, I really appreciate that. We Univapo are trying to improve more because of you guys. Thanks much!They were very popular a year ago, but not so much anymore. Nowadays most people prefer disposable devices.
The main disadvantage with the disposable pods which are currently on the market is that the quantity of juice per pod is very small e.g. 2ml. A heavy vaper goes through that in no time at all.
Hi Puff the Magic Dragon, that's very informative of you. That's a great help. That's why we Univapo are made for users. Thanks for you reply. It keeps us motivated.Disposable device: Absolutely not. No way. Never. Throwing away a rechargeable battery device after one charge is terrible.
Disposable closed pod: I will not use them. Also very wasteful. The pod could be used over and over again.
Disposable open (refillable) pod. I have no real issues with these. Unlike all of the above you are not limited to a few flavours, most of them with ice. They are useful to get people to quit smoking.
Rebuildable coil for pod : By far the best. Easy to build, cheap, great flavour and you can use any juice.
Hi, Thank you so much for you honest comment regarding this topic. Your opinion really matters to us. We Univapo are doing are best for you consumers. You guys are our inspiration. Have a nice day!Firstly ... That was very presumptuous of you to offer two choices , (which in my opinion demonstrates your company's standpoint rather clearly .... to which I added another "choice" above to reflect my sentiments), be that as it may ... let me give you the benefit of doubt, and offer you some elaboration on my comment;
IF you improved their safety, (A LOT! ... starting with buffering the cell, and putting in a driver as apposed directly switching the atomiser, along with the inclusion of some sort of fuse / PTC / some/anything for overloading / short circuits / over temp scenarios, and used a decent gauge and quality of connecting wire ), and ... made them rechargeable, (NFC maybe?), so that people could get their moneys worth, and ... offered a refundable deposit on return of said "spent" pods, for starters, then I MIGHT reconsider my current standpoint, and until then I'll remain outspoken as anti disposable pods!