Green Smoke Review | Top E Cig? | Electronic Cigarette Reviews
I’ve had my Green Smoke e cigarette starter kit for a few weeks now, so I’m going to start our review based on the couple flavors of their cartomizers that I’ve tried. This is Martin by the way.
Update 1: I have since delved much further into Green Smoke, and done some more in depth comparisons, as well as tried out some more flavors since this initial post, and it’s one of my absolute top picks for electronic cigarettes. Red Label is my personal favorite flavor through them.
Update 2: I have since ordered a spare battery, since I enjoyed Green Smoke so much, and also wanted to try some more flavors. I have tried the Tobacco Gold, Mocha and Vanilla, and am quite pleased with them all. Giving unbiased reviews, I would like to be able to offer a criticism about the flavors, but I don’t have one.
** My favorites, in order would be:
- Red Label 24%
- Red Label 18%
- Tobacco Gold 24%
** See the full list below
There are a couple cool things about Green Smoke compared to some other e cigs I’ve tried. One of the most stand out aspects is how long the cartomizers last.
They seem to defy the laws of physics, compared to the others I’ve tried since they seem to last forever. In reality I get a good 6-8 or so hours out of a cartomizer, when I use it quite a lot, and I’m a pretty heavy smoker, or vapor if you will.
Both the Tobacco Full Flavor and the Red Label do some justice in being similar to real cigarettes. They have a slightly sweet taste to them, which I personally like.
I go more in depth about these, and how they fare against V2 in the comparison video I mentioned above.
They also give off a pretty decent amount of vape, the most of any I have tried, and the thickest by far. I have seen some reviews that say otherwise, and wonder if Green Smoke has since upgraded, since they do stand out. This may not be for everyone, but vape thickness is one part they have down nice.
The throat hit is medium, and still decent.
The battery has a nice life to it. It is a bit bigger than some other average e cig batteries, and has a tad more weight, so that is a variance that would be to your preference.
My sister came over and she’s also into e cigarettes. She’s actually a veteran of sorts, and who primarily got me into these. I had her try the Green Smoke, with the Tobacco Full Flavor. She REALLY liked it, and in her opinion, it’s definitely the best of the regular tobacco flavors out there, and she’s tried quite a few.
I also had her try the V2, and believe it or not, she said that was too much like a real cigarette, for her taste, since she’s been on e cigs only for over a year, and really likes the flavors she uses (cotton candy and mint being two of her tops).
Update: not sure how, but she has been converted to V2, as I have been using the V2 Red a lot lately. I had some of the V2 E Liquid mixed in with my Halo G6, and she wanted to try it, and it grew on her. Last week we ordered a 25ml bottle of Red 18 for her, and that’s her favorite now. That’s the thing with these, after a while you may enjoy switching it up, as I do switch flavors pretty often.
I can see why Green Smoke is rated extremely well in the e cig community, and I recommend it for anyone looking to try out a top quality e cig that hopes for one that resembles real cigarettes, or just wants a quality, proven product.
I would also recommend trying other flavors. I have enjoyed having a number of different flavors. Vaping has its differences to tobacco smoking, as I personally liked my cigarettes, and don’t think I ever switched flavors.
I always loved my Marlboros, and am not sure why exactly, but I honestly prefer the taste of Green Smoke.
The one main pet peeve I have is that they don’t offer the refill option for their cartridges, as in refilling them with a Green Smoke e liquid, which can greatly help cut costs. For example, V2 Cigs has refill liquid and an in-depth tutorial page in how to do this.
Now, their cartridges do last longer than the others I have tried, and produce thicker vape, so this may be forgivable in some places. (Or you could do like me and just get both V2 and Green Smoke).
Were I going on a road trip, I would bring Green Smoke over all others, for how both the batteries and cartridges last. Of course, when you’re a smoker, you’re willing to shell out for your favorite, without hesitation, so the flavor may eclipse all other factors. In my case, honestly I really love both V2 and Green Smoke
The other slight down side would be they aren’t the cheapest brand out there. If money is your main factor, then you’ll want to see our page on the cheapest e cigs here.
Then again, you will still save money over smoking real cigarettes substantially if you supplement your habit with these, or any others.
Their kits range from $29.99, for the absolute bare essentials, and up (the Express Kit I have I paid $59.99 for). Check out the chart comparison page directly below for a more specific side by side comparison.
The comparison below is a for Green Smoke kits. If you want to see how they stack against some other top brands like V2, BullSmoke and South beach Smoke, as in the price of the basic kits, and what come with each, check out our basic starter kit comparison page here.
Overall they are a great e cig, and some would call them one of the Cadillac brands of electronic cigarettes, and they come with all sorts of accessories like cool carrying cases, and even nicely designed batteries, and you really can’t go wrong with Green Smoke, just have a look at all the customer reviews on their site.
Their Site: http://greensmoke.com
Here’s a review video I made so you can see the basic components and some other aspects:
Green Smoke Essentials
Disposables (For Maximum Convenience):
Maxed Out Starter Kit (Love Birds Kit):
Green Smoke Starter kit Comparison:
Video from the company:
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