REDCIG Red Starter Kit Review

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    REDCIG Red Starter Kit Review
    REDCIG Red Starter Kit

    REDCIG Red Starter Kit Review

    REDCIG Red Starter Kit Review
    REDCIG Red Starter Kit

     

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    About REDCIG

     

    REDCIG are a London based electronic cigarette provider. They offer free delivery on orders over £40 in the UK and deliver to the EU as well as the rest of the world. REDCIG focus on mini e-cigs and have a disposable and rechargeable range. REDCIG also offer a 30 day money back guarantee.

     

    In this review we will be reviewing the REDCIG red starter kit.

     

    What’s in the REDCIG Red Starter Kit?

     

    • One Extended Life Freedom Battery
    • Two Premium Quality REDCIG Cartridges
    • USB Stick Electronic Cigarette Charger

     

    Our thoughts on the Red Starter Kit

     

    The red starter kit comes in a nice looking box, which looks very similar to a normal cigarette box. The REDCIG e-cig itself looks really nice and looks very similar to a normal cigarette, albeit a little bit longer. It features a red LED on the end that lights up when you vape it.

     

    The red starter kit comes with two tobacco carts, one in 6mg and one in 12mg of nicotine. The tobacco flavours tasted great but didn’t provide much of a throat hit. The vapor production on the tobacco carts was also not as much as we had hoped it would be. We tried the bold tobacco in 18mg and these produced a better throat kick but again the vapor production wasn’t great. We also tried the coffee in the 12mg nicotine strength which tasted good. Unfortunately the coffee carts hardly produced any vapor or a throat hit, at all. Extra refills cost £9.99 for 5 and come in a range of 8 different flavours. Whilst the flavours taste great I think the refills are slightly on the expensive side and there could be some additional flavours to choose from. The refills come in either an 11mg or 18mg option, with some flavours like the tobacco light coming in a 6mg nicotine option.

     

    The battery life was fairly good and lasted around 200 good long puffs. The battery took around 1 hour to charge using the USB charger.

     

    The red starter kit costs £19.99 which for such a basic kit is a touch more expensive than some of the other UK brands. The kit itself is their most basic one and you can get more advanced like the Deluxe and Ultimate kit which feature extra batteries and more carts.

     

    Overall it is a great looking kit, which looks like a real cigarette and comes in a real looking cigarette box. However, the red starter kit is only a very basic kit and is therefore best suited for those who want to try out e-cigs for the first time and want something that looks like a real cigarette.

     

    Highlights of the Red Starter Kit

     

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    • Nice looking box that looks like a normal cigarette box
    • E-cig itself looks really nice and looks very similar to a normal cigarette, albeit a bit longer
    • The flavours we tried tasted good
    • The battery life is around the 200 puff mark depending on your puffs

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    Negatives

     

    As I mentioned above the kit is fairly basic so if you want to vape on, you will need to purchase some extra refills etc. or buy one of the more expensive kits. The kit also doesn’t allow you to choose your flavour of carts or their nicotine strength, which would have been a nice option.

     

    I thought the refills were a bit more expensive than some of the other UK brands. A 24mg nicotine option would be good to have as well for the heavier smokers. There were 8 different flavours to choose from and we would have liked to have seen a few more flavours.

     

    I thought the vapor production could have been better especially on the coffee carts where there was very little vapor. The throat hit on the 18mg tobacco was good but on the other carts we tried it wasn’t as good and therefore probably wouldn’t compare to a normal cigarette.

     

     

    Overall it is a decent kit for beginners to try and the kit itself looks great. In my personal opinion I think other brands such as JAC Vapour and ROK provide better value starter kits and a greater array of products and flavours.

     

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    For other similar starter kits check out the ROK Starter Kit and the JAC Vapour VIP Kit.

     

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    Chris Kendell
    Chris Kendell is the co-founder of Vaping360. He started the website with his brother and co-founder Alex in 2014, after Alex introduced him to vaping. Chris was immediately won over by the revolutionary and potentially lifesaving impacts that vaping can have on our society. In his minuscule spare time, you can find Chris travelling and exploring new places from his base in Germany, eating delicious food and enjoying a range of different sports.