NicStick’s tank kit has more going for it in the presentation department, if only for the fact that it’s made of higher quality materials. The appearance and design is the same, which is fine. The biggest problem I had with it was actually getting the entire product out of the box. The separately packaged charger and tanks are wedged in there so tightly that I nearly had to rip them apart to get them out. Not a huge beef though, just a little better design may be in order for the future.
The tank kit comes with 2 batteries of varied length, but both tend to last about the same length of time. They both work pretty well, firing off quickly and producing good vapor. It’s not the easiest or smoothest draw though, but it gets the job done.
I’m not usually a big fan of 3 piece kits, but this one works pretty well as far as the vapor is concerned. The refillable tanks tend to last longer than a cartridge that has some material soaked in fluid. The tanks are also clear, so you can easily tell when its time to refill them. The options aren’t great here though, as you only get to choose regular or menthol, and they only come in 18mg or 24mg strengths.
Overall (Not An Average) 4/5
There are 2 options of tank kits NicStick offers, a single and duo. The duo is probably a better deal though it’s almost twice the price coming in at $69.95. However, you get 2 batteries, 2 atomizers, and also a wall charger that the single kit doesn’t include so it is a better value. If you’re into using a simpler 510 style ecig, but want to save by refilling your tanks instead of using multiple cartomizers then this is a pretty good option.