Elf Bar is changing the brand name on its products sold in the United States to EBDESIGN after a federal judge ordered the company to stop using the ELFBAR name until a trademark dispute is decided.
EBDESIGN-branded products will arrive in the U.S. soon after March 10. Product model numbers will remain the same, as will the appearance of the devices. Model numbers will be more prominent on the devices and packaging, and the brand name will be smaller.
Beware of ELFBAR-branded products still being sold in stores. They could be fake (or counterfeit) Elf Bars.
An Elf Bar is a hugely popular disposable vape that comes in a wide range of sizes, flavors, and nicotine levels. A disposable vape is an e-cigarette used only once and then thrown away.
There are over 27 different Elf Bar models sold globally. Each model has a different puff count ranging from 400 all the way up to 5000 on their popular BC5000 model.
Vaping has become hugely popular in recent years as a far less harmful alternative to smoking, and a means to quit cigarettes altogether. Elf Bars are currently among the most popular vape devices on the market due to their ease of use, great fruity flavors, consistency, and quality of their products. Vapers have appreciated this combination of attributes, which has led to their popularity skyrocketing in the last two years.
As with all disposable vapes, an Elfbar, regardless of its model, will contain the following components:
Every Elf Bar contains e-juice, sometimes called e-liquid or vape juice. Elf Bar e-juice contains the following ingredients:
Elf Bar e-juice contains a 50/50 PG to VG blend and uses nicotine salt for a smoother hit at higher nicotine levels.
The nicotine level in your Elf Bar will depend on what country you purchase yours in.
If you are in the UK or EU, Elf Bars come in the following nicotine strengths:
If you are in the US, Elf Bars come in the following nicotine strengths:
According to online sales, the three most popular flavors in the US are currently the following:
Watermelon ice from Elf Bar is an intoxicating flavor of a bright and juicy watermelon, capped off with an ice-cold finish. The aroma jumps out of the disposable before you vape, gearing you up for the sweet and bright melon flavor to come. Although a simple blend, it’s one of the most flavorful produced in this extensive line.
Blue Razz Ice is a great rendition of one of the most common flavors in disposables. The taste is obviously blue raspberry with a cold exhale, but the clarity and quality of the experience with Elf Bar’s Blue Razz Ice revives some new life into an otherwise overdone flavor. A standout among many other brands’ versions.
Strawberry Kiwi is a well-balanced mix of sweet and tangy. The strawberry adds sweetness and the tangy zip comes from the kiwi. Although a blend, the taste of strawberry kiwi melds together seamlessly into a singular flavor that’s neither too much strawberry nor kiwi. There’s only a mild cooling sensation on this flavor.
To discover our team’s top-rated flavors check out our best elf bar flavors article.
An Elf Bar is finished when either the battery or e-juice runs out. Once either is finished, your Elf Bar indicator light will blink several times. If you own a rechargeable Elf Bar, you should now recharge your device, and if it is not rechargeable, you should throw it away as it is now completely finished.
Check out our table below to determine if your Elf Bar device is rechargeable or not.
The table below shows every Elf Bar model (at the time of writing), their puff counts, battery strengths, and how long each is estimated to last based on your vaping style.
As with most modern electronic devices, Elf Bars charge through USB-C ports. USB-C charge cables are different than traditional micro-USB cables in that the plug is symmetrical and oval-shaped.
With all Elf Bar rechargeable disposables, there’ll be a visible USB-C port, most often on the bottom of the device—not to be confused with an airflow hole. Charge the Elf Bar as you would any other small electronic device.
The charge time varies per Elf Bar model. The general rule of thumb is 30-90 minutes, depending on the Elf Bar’s mAh rating and how depleted it is. The lowest mAh is in the shortest charge time, and the highest is in the longest. The average time for charging 650 mAh is approximately an hour.