Ozone Smoke E-Cigarette Review
Price: $69.95 - $129.95
Nicotine Levels: 4
Cartomizer Price (5 Pack): $12.50
Warranty: 1 year
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It’s always good to see new companies trying to make a name for themselves in the vaping business. More competition in the industry only means everyone’s going to step up their game in order to please users, and that’s great news for us. Ozone Smoke is one of these ambitious new e-cigarette brands working hard to get a foothold into the market, and they seem to be doing a pretty good job. Although they’ve only been around for a year or so, they already have an impressive online presence and fairly positive reviews. But do they bring anything new to the table? It’s time to find out as we take a look at the new Ozone Smoke electronic cigarette.
Ozone Smoke may be new to the game, but you couldn’t really tell that by looking at their starter kits. It’s obvious they know presentation plays a big role in this business, and they made sure every one of their packages was easy on the eye. Each of the three starter kits they offer (Premium, Deluxe and Ultimate) comes in the same small drop-top magnetic box with the big Ozone Smoke logo on top, and a bunch of other info and warnings in an inspired combination of green and white writing on a black background. For this review, we used the Premium starter kit which contains:
- 1 regular Li-ion battery
- 1 short Li-ion battery
- 1 USB charger
- 1 wall charger
- 1 variety pack of cartomizers
You’ll also find a well-put-together user manual and two 15%-off coupons for your next purchase. It’s not the most impressive entry-level starter kit I’ve ever reviewed, but it’s certainly not the worst, either. Instead of adding all kinds of accessories most vapers rarely use anyway, they just offer the basic tools you need to start your journey in the magical world of vapor. When I first opened the kit, I remember wishing they’d throw in a USB cigarette in as well, and later thinking that would have probably bumped the price up by a few bucks. As it turns out, Ozone Smoke doesn’t offer this useful device with any of its packages, which is a bit disappointing, but hopefully they’ll add it after reading this review.
All in all, the Ozone Smoke Premium starter kit is a pretty decent package, on par with many other established e-cigarette brands on the market. But they’re just starting out, so there’s plenty of room for improvement.
Ozone Smoke doesn’t leave a lot of room for customization. Each of their starter kits comes with a regular e-cigarette battery and a short battery, both of them automatic. I’m a big fan of manuals, but ever since I started using e-cigs I’ve come across some pretty impressive draw-activated batteries, so I wasn’t too bummed out about it. As it turns out, even though they are some of the smallest ones I’ve tested, Ozone Smoke batteries perform admirably. I’ve tested them for about three weeks now, and so far I have nothing to complain about. They require slightly less charging time than other similar size batteries I’ve reviewed, and the battery life is pretty satisfactory. Obviously, the regular-size battery stocks more power, and while it didn’t last the 300 puffs Ozone Smoke says it does, I got a good 200 out of it. The shorty is probably good for 150, which isn’t too bad for beginner vapers.
It’s pretty hard to estimate battery life by puffs, because each person has their own vaping style (some take longer draws, others shorter and stronger), but personally I was satisfied with how these batteries performed. The only negative comment I have to make about the batteries regards their look. The green plastic cover at the tip of the battery is so transparent that you can actually see the LED inside, which kind of negates the point of its ash-like pattern.
Probably the most important factor for most users, vapor volume often makes or breaks an electronic cigarette. Although it’s not the most impressive vapor monster I’ve ever used, if you draw long and hard-enough on it, the Ozone Smoke will not disappoint. It took a while for me to learn how to draw on it correctly, in order to get an optimal amount of vapor, but I got used to it after a while. I noticed that because Ozone Smoke cartomizers have a slightly bigger air tube orifice than the ones I usually use,I had to use a long, controlled drag to get the amount of vapor I needed.
Considering Ozone Smoke e-liquid is made with propylene glycol (known to produce less vapor than vegetable glycerin) the vapor volume was above average. The only catch is you have to work for it a little bit, but hey, life’s hard that way, right? As far as vapor is concerned, there are far worse e-cigs out there than Ozone Smoke, but a few more impressive ones as well.
The starter kit we got came with a variety pack of cartomizers, but the nice guys at Ozone Smoke made sure they put an extra five in the package, just so I could try out all their flavors. They offer just one kind of tobacco e-juice, menthol, vanilla, chocolate, coffee, a bunch of other fruity flavors and a special one called “energy” that’s probably supposed to taste like an energy drink. Not a bad lineup of flavors for such a young electronic cigarette company, and claims like “up to 400 puffs” and “long lasting flavors” although slightly exaggerated, do have some truth to them. It’s obvious the company doesn’t half-fill the cartomizers, but it was the flavors themselves that I had some problems with.
I’ve always said that e-liquid flavors are a matter of personal taste, so please take the following with a grain of salt. Although each of the Ozone Smoke flavors tasted like they were supposed to, they also shared a common base taste, which I didn’t particularly enjoy. I don’t know why that was, but if you were to blindfold me, I probably wouldn’t have been able to tell apart some of the flavors. The vanilla tasted particularly strange to me, but I did like the cherry and blueberry.
I liked that the Ozone Smoke has a pretty varied selection of flavors, but I would suggest they look elsewhere for an e-liquid supplier, because the stuff they have right now isn’t among my personal favorites.
- affordable price
- satisfying vapor volume
- good battery life
- long lasting cartomizers
- no manual battery option
- no Portable Charging Case (PCC) option
- below average flavors
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