Disposable Vapes

Disposable Vapes


Disposable vape bars and pens are similar to e-cigarettes but are typically thinner, smaller, and more discrete. Behind that small size, they pack next-gen vaping technology, but to keep it simple, they include:

Tank: Contains the juice (or e-liquid) that gets vaporized during combustion
Coil: The heating element (the atomizer head) steams nicotine juice/liquid and turns it into vapor.
Battery: The pre-charged battery powers the coil.
Airflow inhaler: This modulates the amount of vapor you breathe in.

The main difference between typical vape pens and disposable vapes is that the latter arrives pre-charged with flavored juice already inside, so you're ready to go straight from the box.


A disposable Vape Pen uses an electronic battery (usually lithium-ion) to power a coil that vaporizes an e-liquid, creating a flavored vapor. This vapor contains nicotine, and it's inhaled similarly to a cigarette (but lacks those 20+ harmful chemicals found in smoking tobacco). Disposable vape pens are useable straight from the pack and can be disposed of when used.


There's a lot of misinformation and weird ideas about the contents of e-liquids which creates anxiety and concern over what goes into vape pens. However, when it comes to the constituents of your vape liquid, always remember the mantra: the fewer the ingredients, the better.

Nicotine Salt
Nicotine is the essential and primary ingredient in e-liquids. The substance has been used for its stimulating and relaxing properties for centuries, but it's also addictive (we're sure you already knew that!). It's extracted from tobacco plants and distilled into a nic salt, allowing it to be pH balanced (creating a smoother experience when inhaling and ensuring the nicotine concentration is correct).

Propylene Glycol
Propylene Glycol is an organic compound and transparent liquid. It acts as the carrier for nicotine salts and flavoring (basically holding the whole drink together). As a food-grade substance, you'll find it in everything from toothpaste to preservatives for food.

Vegetable Glycerin
As the name suggests, Vegetable Glycerin (or glycerine) is a plant extract. This ingredient produces a cloud when vaping. As a food-grade substance, it's often used as a thickening agent in foods, toothpaste, and medications.