Choosing the right E-Cig

There are many factors to consider when choosing an electronic cigarette! We even have a quiz to help you decide between the different types and models.Here at Smart Smoke we carry a large selection of both disposable and rechargeable electronic cigarettes and cigars. With all of the different flavor choices and nicotine strengths available there really is something for everyone!

The first thing to consider is how many traditional cigarettes or cigars you currently smoke.

Selecting the right nicotine strength is key. By selecting too high a nicotine strength, a user can experience a scratchy or hoarse feeling in their throat. While too low a strength can cause the user to feel the product does not satisfy their cravings. Here is the breakdown we recommend:

1-5 traditional cigarettes per day = 11mg nicotine strength suggested
5-10 traditional cigarettes per day = 14mg nicotine strength suggested
10-20 traditional cigarettes per day = 18mg nicotine strength suggested
20 or more traditional cigarettes per day = 24mg nicotine strength suggested

Another factor to consider is the refill system. The truth is, no refill system is perfect for every user. Smart Smoke offers multiple refill options in order for our customers to be able to use the one that best suits their needs and lifestyle. Our SmartCarts are simple and always mess free, while our SmartNic refills allow for more user customization and offer a cost as low as .79 cents per pack equivalent!

To take the quiz to determine which Smart Smoke electronic cigarette is right for you, check out our website at

Have any questions? Post them here, Tweet us, message our Facebook page or stop by any of our retail locations across the Northwest.


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