Best AIO Vapes 2019

We take a look at the best AIO vapes available on the market right now.
1st Place
Aspire Breeze 2
Aspire Breeze 2

The Aspire Breeze 2 is a super compact AIO that comes with a 1000 mAh battery. Its 3 mL pods are compatible with the leak-resistant and flavorful U-Tech coils.

Mig Vapor H20 Splash
Migvapor H20 Splash
Vaporfi VAIO GO
Vaporfi Vaio Go

AIOs (all-in-ones) are some of the easiest vapes to operate outside of pod mods. While they do have a lot of similarities to other kinds of starter kits, AIOs come with the added advantage of replaceable coils and the option of using your own vape juice instead of pre-filled cartridges.

If you are after a hassle-free vape, check the list with our favorite AIOs for 2018. For more information on how AIOs operate, keep reading further down the page. Our guide will offer some insight on the ins and outs of AIO vapes.

Aspire Breeze 2

Aspire Breeze 2

The Aspire Breeze 2 is compact and durable with a long-lasting battery. It is button activated and takes replacement coils of three resistances for low or high nicotine vaping. The easy-to-fill pods are leak free. Features adjustable airflow, the Breeze 2 is customizable to your preferred vape.

Migvapor H20 Splash

Mig Vapor H20 Splash

The H20 Splash by Mig Vapor is a pen-style AIO made for sub ohm vaping. It uses 0.6-ohm coils that house large wicking channels, making them perfect for high-VG e-liquid. The H20 fires up to 30 watts and comes with a 1500 mAh battery and a unique rectangular shape that sets it apart from other AIOs in the market.

Vaporfi Vaio Go

Vaporfi VAIO GO

The Vaporfi VAIO GO will satisfy all styles of vaping. Its 1.5-ohm coil is geared towards a mouth-to-lung vape, while its 0.5-ohm coil is ideal for direct-lung inhales. The VAIO GO has adjustable airflow, holds up to 3 mL of e-liquid and comes with a 2000 mah built-in battery. Available in six color options.

Aspire Nautilus Aio

Aspire Nautilus AIO

An AIO with Nautilus coils? That’s right! The Aspire Nautilus AIO is compatible with all existing BVC coils and introduces the NS BVC coils, which are designed for use with nic salts. Following the familiar design of the Breeze line, the Nautilus AIO comes with a capacity of 2000 mAh and holds up to 4.5 mL of juice.

Uwell Whirl 20

Uwell Whirl 20

The Uwell Whirl 22 all-in-one starter kit utilizes the new pro-FOCS (Professional Flavor Optimization Core System) technology. Its direct output 1600 mAh battery fires up to 25 watts, and the 2 mL tank takes 0.6-ohm coils that are good for both restrictive lung and mouth to lung inhales. Available in six color options.

Hotcig R Aio 80w

HotCig R-AIO 80W

The HotCig R-AIO is the most versatile AIO out there. Out of the box, it can be used as a fully capable box mod: pair it with a vape tank and you are ready to go. But with the use of the included key, you can remove the 510 connection and turn it into an AIO in a matter of seconds. That’s right, two vapes in one!

Wismec Hiflask 40w

Wismec HiFlask

The Wismec HiFlask is a boxy AIO that comes with a whopping 2100 mAh of battery. Implementing the JVUA (Juice Vertical & U Airflow) system, the HiFlask has full airflow adjustability and can be used both for MTL and DL vaping. It supports 2 amp charging and its cartridges hold up to 5.6 mL of e-liquid.

What is an AIO?

An AIO is a vape in a compact, usually single-piece design, that comes with everything you need to vape out of the box.

Most AIOs come in a pen-style shape, with the bottom part housing a built-in battery, and the top part being a tank section. There are exceptions though, and many of the AIOs currently in the market will come in different shapes and sizes.

The anatomy of an AIO is very similar to that of a full-blown vape kit, with the only difference being that the clearomizer part of the AIO is not removable from the battery. In fact, AIOs come with replaceable coils that operate the same way to the coils that are used in vape tanks.

How to use an AIO

If you have ever used a kit with a sub ohm or a mouth to lung tank, then you know what to do. If not, then follow these instructions to get a problem-free vape out of your AIO:

  • Prime the coil with some drops of e-liquid
  • Place it in the tank
  • Fill the tank
  • Let the coil saturate
  • Set the airflow (if it is adjustable)
  • Press the button and vape

If your AIO comes with wattage or voltage adjustability, start from the lower setting and raise until you find your sweet spot. That’s it. Simple, right?

AIOs vs pods: which is best for you?

AIOs come with replaceable coils instead of cartridges. This means that the user only needs to change the coil when its performance drops, without having to purchase a new pod. On top of that, many pod systems will come pre-filled with juice, while AIOs let the user fill them with the e-liquid of their choice.

Performance-wise, AIOs have a slight edge over pod systems at the moment. Standalone coils will generally perform better than the tiny coils that are fitted inside cartridges. As a result, while pods will generally require higher nicotine strength e-liquid (usually in the form of nic salts,) many AIOs will come with sub ohm coils that will allow you to use them with lower nic concentrations.

Pod systems are winning over AIOs when it comes to ease of use. While an AIO is one of the easiest vapes to operate, you just can’t beat the convenience of a cartridge — especially when it comes pre-filled. You just pop it in, vape, and replace with a new one when it’s empty.

If you are after the most user-friendly experience, pod systems are your best bet. But if you want better performance coupled with more options in the e-liquid department, then an AIO is just what you are looking for.

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