NJOY Electronic Cigarette Reviews
If there were ever an area in which a company should skimp in order to provide a better product it’s in the packaging, especially when the product doesn’t have to jump off a shelf into your shopping cart. Such is the case with the NJOY N-Pro. A thin sleeve depicting a man and woman experiencing the joy of smoking slides over a box that can only be described as made of the same material as a light bulb carton. Everything is jammed into the small box with no rhyme or reason. This starter kit includes 2 510 style batteries, a wall adapter, USB charger and 2 5 packs of cartomizers that are stored in pill bottles. Not only is this an odd choice of storage, it makes the cartomizers nearly impossible to get out of the bottle. Not very functional at all.
Surprisingly, the NPRO battery is incredibly responsive. No primers needed here, and a lot of vapor is produced every time. A standard 510 battery that looks like a lot of other, being a white battery with rings and the name branded by the cartomizer connection. The responsiveness of the NPRO battery makes the standard 4-6 hour life drag by, and that also makes it one of the best batteries on the list.
NJOY only offers 2 flavors, regular and menthol. Nothing to knock here, but as good as they work one would think they would offer more. They have adopted the cartomizer design, which for my money works best anyway. The amount of vapor and the flavor of it are as good as any I’ve tried. The only odd thing is that once you screw the cartomizer onto the battery it just continues to spin, which makes it feel like it’s not totally secure, even though it is.
Overall (Not An Average) 4/5
The best selling point for the NPRO model other than how well it works is its price. Much lower than other brands that work similarly, it’s a great kit for someone starting out. The only drawback is that their refills are a little pricier than other brands, so it depends on how long you plan on using your e-cig and how much you want to save in the long run. 5 packs are about $7 more each than other equally recommended brands. The NJOY NPRO is a classic case of “it’s what’s inside that counts”, so don’t be fooled by the cheap design and packaging. It’s a great kit for the money.