A starter kit is exactly what it sounds like. A kit designed with everything you need to get started "vaping". It will include an atomizer, battery, cartridge and a small supply of e-liquid
The important thing to consider is that all starter kits are not the same. Some include extra atomizers, batteries, cartridges or liquid. Some kits even include different types of chargers and adapters. When shopping for a starter kit, keep this in mind and be careful about price shopping. The lower priced kits will always contain the fewest extras and accessories. It's generally less expensive to buy the extras you want in a kit form as opposed to buying individual parts. Most reputable vendors of smokeless cigarettes will even put together a kit that contains the extras you want for a discounted price.
PCC (Personal Charging Case) kits are designed for smokers who are away from a charging outlet for extended periods of time. This type of kit looks exactly like a pack of cigarettes. Inside the case, you can store everything for your personal vaping needs. The kit also acts as a battery charger. Typically, you charge the case once weekly and then recharge your batteries directly from your PCC. These are great for smokers who spend time traveling, outdoors or anywhere an outlet is hard to find. Newer PCC kits even have a battery meter on them to show how many charges are left in the unit.
Which ever unit you choose, keep in mind that you will always want with you a fresh battery and extra e-liquid.
If you go with a standard starter kit, as opposed to a PCC kit, there are small cases available to hold and carry your extra supplies. And remember to always keep you battery stored properly as it can short out if it touches metal objects like keys etc.
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