Owning a solid box mod is a must for any vaping enthusiast. More than likely, you’ll end up with several of them and have a nice rotation. They can be a bit expensive but a well worth the price. Generally, you get what you pay for. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best bundles on the web to help you cut down on your costs. You will save a decent amount of money by bundling when you buy your mod kit. If you’re a beginner, don’t be afraid to get a mod, just make sure it’s not too hard to use. We all had to start somewhere and eventually make the leap to a box mod. Enjoy the list. We will be updating it throughout the year.

1. VEX™ 150W TC Bundle – $145.99

Let’s start with the obvious. This beastly mod can fire up to 150 watts. That’s too much power for beginner vapers but perfect for the intermediate to advanced vaper. It’s power source is two removable 18650 batteries (included). You’ll be able to vape all day on this mod as long as you’re not firing it at it’s max wattage all day long. Yes, this is a variable wattage device for those of you who weren’t quite sure. It also has temperature control functionality as well when used with the Ni200 coils.

When you order this bundle, you get to choose between two tanks and one RDA. Your choices are the Vibe tank, Viper tank, or the Venom RDA. Having a tank is vastly different than an RDA. Be sure you know what you’re buying. As a general rule of thumb, RDAs are for advanced vapers and tanks are for everyone. If you’re on the newer side, start with a tank and work your way up. If you’re experienced, then you already know about both options so you don’t need our advice lol. Also, this bundle comes with 30ml of vape juice. Overall, the VEX™ 150 TC is a great all around mod. It’s easy to use, delivers great power, and comes with everything you need to start vaping right away. If you choose to get this one, you’ll get an awesome set up backed by one of the most reputable brands in vaping.

vaporfi mod bundle
Here’s a screenshot of a real review we snagged from VaporFi’s website.
vex 150 tc review
Halcyon DNA 200

2. Halcyon DNA 200 and Malstrom Squonk Set – $199.95

Warning, if you’re a beginner don’t even think about getting this unless it’s a gift for your advanced friend. If you couldn’t tell by the title, this beast has one of the best chipsets around, the DNA 200. I peaks at 200 watts and has temperature control mode as well as variable wattage. The battery pack is removable, which is great. But if you you swap it out it voids your warranty. It comes with a small 900mAh battery.

The starter vape pens we recommend have bigger batteries than that. But with the DNA 200 chipset being so efficient, the battery will stretch longer than you may think but it won’t last all day. What makes this set up not such a good choice for beginners is the Malstrom Squonk RDA. The Squonk RDA is very unique and is fed by the 8ml bottle underneath it. There is an opening on the side of the box that allows you to press the bottle. When you press it, juice is fed through the bottom of the RDA. It has a 4mm juice well and comes with two 8ml Squonk bottles. If you’re not ready to have some fun with the bottom feeding Squonk set up, then don’t buy this device. This is most definitely for the advanced vaper. But if you’re looking to get your Squonk on and enjoy great flavor and clouds that only an RDA can offer, then this is a great choice.

Review screenshot taken from VaporDNA’s website
halcyon dna 200 review

3. SMOK Alien 220W TFV8 TFV12 Bundle – $94.95

This kit is one of our favorites because it’s so affordable. It comes with a 220W box mod, the TFV8 Baby Beast (you can upgrade), and two Sony VTC6 18650 batteries. That’s everything you’ll need to get started except for some juice. You can’t beat the price because the mod and tank in this kit are badass. They both can hold their own weight independent of each other.

The Alien can be fired in variable wattage or temperature control modes. It has several other modes but those are the most popular. It has a memory function that will remember what wattage you like to vape each of your coils at.

You will get mouth watering flavor and massive clouds out of the TFV8 Baby Beast tank. You can upgrade to the TFV8 Cloud Beast tank for an extra $17 or the TFV12 Cloud Beast King for an extra $18. Those are both $40 tanks. The Alien 220W is powered by two removable 18650 batteries, which come with the kit. It provides more than enough power to push any of the three tanks to their limit.

You can crank up the wattage to create massive clouds or tone it down a bit to experience all of the notes of your e-liquid. The choice is yours. With this kit, you’re getting incredible bang for your buck.

 

SMOK Alien 220W Bundle
therion mod

4. Lost Vape Therion Bundle – $159.95

The Lost Vape Therion Bundle is a great pick up for the beginner to intermediate vaper. Some aspects of it are very beginner friendly while other options are more intermediate to advanced. The Therion box mod has a DNA 75 chipset. It cranks out a max of 75 watts and has an OLED screen that displays a wealth of information. Accurate OLED screens are essential for the beginner who might not have an ohm reader but wants to build coils. It’s powered by two 18650 batteries which are included in the bundle.

They also decided to include a battery charger as well. Another thing perfect for beginners, as everyone else already has at least one battery charger if not more. The bundle comes with the 2ml Wotofo Sapor RTA but you can upgrade to the Goon RDA for an extra $30. Overall, this bundle is a good deal because it comes with two batteries, a solid mod, and a good tank. It’s not as advanced as some of the other bundles, but it’s a solid mod kit for someone looking to get started or upgrade their gear.

Real review from DirectVapor’s website.
lost vape therion review

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