Kiwi 1 Vape Pen Pod Kit Review

Kiwi 1 Vape Pen Pod Kit Review

Is the Kiwi One Vape Pen the perfect replacement for disposable vapes? Our reviewers give their thoughts on this excellent Italian pod kit...

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About Kiwi

Kiwi Vapor have a strong focus on customer satisfaction. To stand out from a myriad of vape manufacturers, innovation, design, and technological advancement feature heavily on their list of priorities.

Instead of simply churning out pod kits of similar design to others, their devices draw more on the tactile sensations associated with smoking a cigarette - a crucial part of allowing smokers to transition to much safer vaping alternatives successfully.

The first Kiwi vape device hit Italian vape stores in 2019. A starter kit with a difference, it included a rechargeable power bank for use on the go, allowing the user total freedom to charge the device whenever and wherever needed. It proved very successful, and the following year, Kiwi partnered with Smoore, the parent company of Vaporesso, giving them a much more competitive edge in terms of ideas and innovation.

By 2023, the manufacturer had extended its user base to many EU regions. Shortly after, the Kiwi 2 starter kit was released with significant updates over the V1, including an e-liquid level reminder, smart vibration tech, and an improved reinforced Aluminum material for the included vape pen.

At the time of writing, Kiwi Vapor has a customer base of over 3 million in over 45 countries and a presence in 40,000 stores. I'd say that's going from strength to strength, wouldn't you?

The Kiwi 1 Vape Pen

Although the Kiwi vape pen is the device used with the Kiwi starter kit, it has also been made available as a standalone product, significantly reducing the overall price point. You don't get the convenience of the power bank, but a type C USB charging cable is provided for use with a suitable wall outlet.


I can't fault the presentation. It exudes a distinct elegance. The Kiwi 1 vape pen arrives cellophane sealed, with the obligatory UK Government warning sticker attached over the top. Once removed, the entire product imagery can be viewed on the front of the carton.

It looks effective, although it lacks Aspire's stylish raised emboss characteristic. The device still contrasts nicely against its pure white backdrop. A centre band between the upper and lower half of the packaging indicates the device's colour choice. It's also printed on two sides of the carton.

Colour choices we have aplenty. Choose from Arctic White, Navy Blue, Light Yellow, Fury Green, Iron Gate, Light Pink, Rooibos Tea, Nimbus Cloud and Midnight Green (the device I have here).

Inside the Box

The top half of the packaging is easily removed, and we're greeted with a transparent label with the words 'Kiwi - The simple alternative to quit smoking' printed across it. Underneath the label is a safety instruction card, which you can also use to register the device. This will allow you to extend the warranty on the device for up to two years.

Next is the device itself, sitting comfortably inside a plastic tray and separated into its two component parts: the battery section and the pod section. Removing this tray exposes another tray, in which two drip tips are included alongside a decent-length type C USB charging cable. We also get a QC certificate and a multi-language instruction manual.

Please note: The instruction manual contains significant information about the power bank included with the Kiwi 1 Starter Kit. Since this is not included with this standalone version, I will not discuss it in detail.

Full list of box contents:

  • Kiwi 1 vape pen
  • Kiwi 1 pod
  • 2 x Mouthpiece
  • Type C USB charging cable
  • User manual
  • Warranty card
  • QC certificate
  • Registration card
  • Kiwi 1 Vape Pen Battery
A Kiwi Vape Pen Box held in a hand
The contents from the Kiwi Vape Pen box
A Kiwi Vape Pen device held in a handThe 2 types of pod included with the Kiwi 1

The Kiwi 1 vape pen includes a built-in 400mAh battery that can be recharged using the type C USB charging cable provided. Its output voltage is between 4.2V and 3.3V, and its power output ranges from 13W to 10W as it depletes.

With a height of 81mm and circumference of 15mm, it's tubular in design and made from toughened plastic, which helps to keep the weight down. The spray-coated colour scheme is immaculately applied, and there are no visible seams to betray the rolling process during manufacture.

Two gold-plated coil contacts paired with dual magnetic discs are recessed inside the battery's top for connection with the pod section.The front of the battery section is embossed with the letter' K', which acts as an LED indicator for current battery strength, recharge status, and potential safety prompts. The battery section also includes three further recessed gold-plated contacts specifically designed for use with the optional power bank.

The Kiwi 1 vape pen has a Type C USB charging port built into the base, so horizontal charging is the only option. In this instance, I do suggest (while charging) that the pod is either removed and stood vertically or fully topped up to avoid any unnecessary dry hits or premature burning of the coil-wicking material.

The USB-C charging port on the base of the Kiwi 1 Vape Pen

Kiwi 1 Vape Pods

The Kiwi 1 pods are made from a clear PCTG material and hold 1.8ml of E-liquid. A 1.2ohm mesh coil is sealed inside. Once the flavour degrades to an undesirable level, replace the entire pod with another. These pods can be obtained separately. The pod, 40 mm high and 12 mm in circumference, sits snugly inside the battery section. In fact, you can't go wrong with the installation because the battery section briefly vibrates, and the LED flashes white to confirm a working connection. Haptic feedback also occurs when removing the pod, but only the LED flashes red this time.

To fill the pod with E-liquid, lift the silicone tab on the side and insert the bottle nozzle. It's not the most manageable fill tab and may be a little too thin and flimsy for my liking, but it does get the job done

The closed refill port on an empty Kiwi 1 Refillable Pod
The open refill port on an empty Kiwi 1 Refillable Pod

The Kiwi 1 Vape kit differs from many pod kits on the market in that it includes two separate drip tips. One is made entirely from plastic, and the other is cotton-based. The latter is designed to mimic the feel and sensation of a traditional cigarette butt. That's highly innovative, and I commend Kiwi for coming up with such an idea.

Both cotton and plastic drip tips for the Kiwi 1 held in a hand

Safety Features

The following will occur if the Kiwi 1 vape pen encounters any safety issues:

  • Over vaping time - The LED will blink eight times after eight seconds of vaping, and the device will stop
  • Low voltage - The LED will blink red ten times, and the device switches off
  • Short circuit - The LED will blink three times, and power to the device is cut

Testing the Kiwi 1 Vape Pen

I used a Bar Juice 5000 Banana Ice E-liquid to test the Kiwi 1 vape pen. With a 50VG/50PG ratio and 20mg salt nicotine, it's designed to replicate the intense flavour of a traditional disposable vape and is ideally suited to lower-powered mesh coils.

Flavour intensity

Flavour intensity is precisely what I got! I was unprepared for the relative power I received from the freshly charged 400mAh battery. Quite remarkable!

The combination of fruit and ice is finely balanced, and both are pulled through in equal measure. Flavour hangs around the palate for what seems like an eternity, and the sweetness level is definitely what I've come to expect from a disposable vape.

Every inhale carried a satisfying smoothness, and at no time (other than when needing to refill) did the vape taste inconsistent. Without a doubt, this device offers one of the best MTL vape experiences I've ever encountered - and I've tested a lot of pod kits in my time!

The restriction is absolutely spot on. It's tight but not straining the neck muscles tight, and a three to four second inhale is comfortable enough to fully enjoy.

Vapour Production

The acid test is always how much vapour gets expelled before the inhale. In the case of the Kiwi 1 vape pen, it's not very much at all - always the sign of an effective mouth-to-lung vape. It's minimal on vapour production, as expected for a low-powered device like this - maybe slightly less than that produced from cigarette smoke.

I'm absolutely fine with this because stealth vaping has become quite a habit for me of late, due primarily to testing countless disposable vapes.

The Kiwi device is capable of pulling off a few cheeky vapes that wouldn't necessarily be appropriate with other pod kits. This is just another example of how the Kiwi 1 vape pen replicates the experience of a disposable vape.

Using the Cotton Drip Tip

The plastic drip tip obviously takes its cue from and is heavily influenced by all the disposable vape varieties on the market, yet for me, at least, its cylindrical shape is still more comfortable than many of those.

With the cotton drip tip, you get an entirely different vaping experience. The bore is dramatically reduced, so the MTL effect is amplified further. Where I could pull off a few restricted lung hits with the plastic version, the option is all but removed with the softer cotton one.

The flavour and vapour production are still incredibly good - there's no change there at all - but there's something comforting in the knowledge that you're never likely to bash or chip a tooth with this cushioned alternative. It's definitely the icing on the cake for any would-be vaper making the transition over from cigarettes. It's a real game-changer!

The feel and sensation on the lips are identical to a traditional cigarette. Although I've been smoke-free for a decade now, once I applied the cotton drip tip, there was simply no turning back. Kiwi have nailed it with this simple yet highly effective addition.

Battery Life and Charging

For me, a single battery charge lasted seven hours. The LED under the 'K' remained white for five and a half hours before turning red and eventually blinking ten times. The flavour quality did diminish slightly as the power output was reduced to around 10W.

During this period, I refilled the 1.8-ml pod once and vaped approximately 2ml of e-liquid in total. A single charge of the battery will likely produce the equivalent of 500 puffs. For a battery capacity rating of 400mAh, that's an average and reasonable number to expect.

The battery performance, number of puffs, and e-liquid vaped mirror those of any self-respecting disposable. A casual vaper will likely get anything up to a full day's use from the Kiwi 1 vape pen.

When the type C USB charging cable is plugged in, the LED flashes three times before turning solid red. It remains in this state for 5 minutes before switching to a solid white LED. Once the device is fully charged, the LED will turn off, and you're good to go again. This will take around seventy-five minutes to achieve. It should also be mentioned that it's possible to vape while the battery is being charged.


The connectivity between battery and pod may not be especially strong in terms of magnetisation. On several occasions, the pod detached when fumbling for the device from a trouser pocket, for example. However, since this relatively loose connection provides the only form of airflow to the coil, it may be forgivable.

Regarding the mesh coil and battery, connectivity is second to none. The two respond to the lightest of pulls, making auto-inhale a highly sensitive act and proving that the gold-plated contacts between both work exceptionally efficiently.


  • Exceptional MTL performance
  • Fantastic flavour quality and stealth-like vapour production
  • Leak proof pod
  • Two very comfortable drip tips
  • Lightweight and pocket-friendly
  • Overall design and build quality
  • Reassuring vibration when installing or removing the pod
  • It's as close to the smoking experience as it gets!


  • Only one pod is included with the kit
  • Fill port stopper can be a bit fiddly to use
  • You need to remove the pod to view the remaining E-liquid level
  • The power bank connector on the side of the battery makes the device feel incomplete
  • Horizontal charging only
  • Lack of colour LED charge indicators
  • The pod can dislodge on occasion

Who's the Kiwi 1 Vape Pen For?

The Kiwi 1 vape pen is the perfect replacement for any and all disposable vapes on the market. This is a bold claim, but I have no hesitation in writing it. Very rarely do I stumble across a pod device capable of emulating and, in fact, improving the experience of a disposable vape.

This device offers the same intense flavour, limited but effective vapour production, airflow restriction (better than many disposables), portability, and overall ease of use.

Since the battery section is rechargeable, landfill waste is cut in half, and replacement pods are cheaper. It's a win-win situation for any current user of disposable vapes.

With only a slight niggle relating to the refilling of the pod, it's a device I would highly recommend to any budding new vaper. Its simple auto-inhale feature performs flawlessly, without buttons to contend with or memorise. Even the established casual vaper should consider it. The mesh coil is versatile enough to handle freebase nicotine, although I suggest sticking to 50VG/50PG E-liquid ratios for best results. In other words, you're not confined to the simple single-flavour profiles of disposable vapes. Great news for multi-layered dessert connoisseurs like myself!

Kiwi 1 wins the best open pod system award in 2023


Kiwi Vapor


  • System Type: Open
  • Vape Styles: Mouth To Lung (MTL)
  • Coil Type: Mesh coil
  • Coil Resistance: 1.2 ohm
  • Refillable: Yes
  • Battery: 400mAh integrated
  • Output Wattage: 10w - 13w + Smart Detect
  • Output Voltage: 3.3v - 4.2v
  • Firing Method:  Auto Draw
  • Airflow: No adjustable airflow
  • Charge Time: 75 mins
  • Recharge Frequency: ~24 hours
  • Cable / Charger: 1 x USB-C cable included
  • Pod Capacity: 1.8ml
  • Puffs per pod: 4000
  • Pod E-liquid: Recommended 50/50 PG/VG Nic-salt
  • E-liquid Refill: Side Fill
  • Pod Compatibility: Kiwi Pods
  • Dimensions: 110mm x 45mm x 22mm
  • Weight: 86g
  • Who is this product best for?

    Any new vaper, all disposable vape users

    Do I recommend this product?

    Highly recommend

    Reasons for buying this product:

    • Exceptional MTL performance
    • Fantastic flavour quality and stealth-like vapour production
    • As close to the smoking experience as it gets!

    Comparable products:

    Geekvape Wenax, OXVA Artio, Uwell Caliburn A3


    Battery Life:
    Design & Build:

    Overall Score:

    4.4 out of 5

    Test Panel Reviews

    * The views of the panel are entirely their own and may not reflect the views of Vapourcore


    Afreen's Review

    I received the Kiwi 1 Vape pen, and I have to say I was extremely impressed immediately.

    The packaging is classy and elegant, and it looks luxurious. When I opened the box, I was again very pleasantly surprised.

    The vape device itself looks sleek and elegant. It is slim, not too bulky or heavy. It has a nice texture and is quite lightweight. It was also designed in Italy, which explains the luxury look and feel.

    Inside the box, with its user manual and warranty guide, comes the USB-C charger with an empty pod and the option of two mouthpiece tips: a plastic polycarbonate tip and a cotton filter tip, like cigarette ends. I personally think it is a fantastic choice and something quite different.

    This is a great invention for a refillable vape, convenient for people who already vape but also for people who are trying to quit smoking cigarettes wanting a cigarette-like filter/butt in a vape.

    I tried both tips and thought they were both amazing. Inserting one into the top of the pod is easy. When I was using the cotton filter tip, I didn't need to replace it for a whole week; it gave a nice, easy vape and was very smooth compared to its competitors in the market.

    You don't have to press any buttons to begin, so just puff on it as if you were vaping a disposable vape or smoking a cigarette.

    There is a good variety of different Kiwi colours available, as well as an extra pack of pods and cotton tips.

    One pod and cotton tip lasted me a whole week of continuous use, which is great value for money as it saves me spending loads on disposable vapes or cigarettes.

    It's definitely leading in the market with the longer life of the pods. I found other refillable pods to only last 3-5 days without starting to taste a burnt flavour.

    The pods I found were super easy to fill. On the side of each pod, there is a small rubber flap that you open to fill it with your e-liquid, then close it again and attach it back to the vape.

    The vape and pods are connected through a magnet. It's very simple and easy to attach and use. I also liked how secure the pod was connected to the vape through the magnet. It doesn't detach that easily unless pulled, and I found that with other vape brands that have the magnet hold, it would easily detach without even trying.

    The pods are clear, so you can see when your vape liquid is running low. Not only that, but the vape vibrates when you're running low on oil or the battery. How fantastic is that? It tells you when you need to refill or recharge to save you from the disappointment of taking a hit and it's burnt due to the oil running out or when the battery dies. It's definitely ahead of the game with that feature.

    You can get any e-liquids for this vape; however, I'd recommend getting ElfLiq or Bar Juice, as I've found they definitely taste better and are nicely compatible with the Kiwi 1 Vape Pen. Vapourcore currently has a deal on these e-liquids (4 for £10), which I think is a great bargain! You can mix and match and vape your favourite flavours for such great value.

    In conclusion, I absolutely cannot fault this vape. It is a fantastic vape and is way ahead of its competitors in terms of design and features. I would 100% recommend this vape for current vapers and smokers considering using a vape to quit smoking.


    • Lightweight and compact, plus easy to use with smart technology
    • Tastes good with every e-liquid I’ve used
    • Tip options for both vapers and smokers
    • Great battery life - half an hour of optimum charge can last me 5-6 hours.
    • Draw activation so no use of buttons - Hassle free


    • None


    Battery Life:
    Design & Build:

    Overall Score:

    5.0 out of 5

    Madeline's Review

    For the past two weeks, I have been testing and trailing the new Kiwi Pod Device. This device is something I haven’t encountered before, but I have thoroughly enjoyed trying it.

    You can either use a cotton filter like a cigarette or a plastic mouthpiece. I personally prefer the plastic tip as I feel it provides a more potent and full flavour.

    The Kiwi pod device does not heat or burn tobacco, but it vaporises e-liquid placed in the chamber. I have previously tried vapes from the Kiwi brand and thoroughly enjoyed them, so Kiwi stands out as a contender for me when purchasing vapes. 

    The packaging feels luxurious, with details to match the pod device in your colour choice. I have space violet, but there are also six more colours to choose from: iron gate, light pink, midnight green, nimbus cloud, arctic white, and navy blue.
    Inside the box, it comes with a C-type charger, the manual, the vape pen itself, and two types of filters to try. You also get a leaflet to sign up for a 24-month guarantee with Kiwi, which I think is a nice touch and provides reassurance.

    The vape pen itself is made of reinforced aluminium alloy, which increases its resistance to drops and scuffs. Its smooth finish and weightless design make it sturdy and comfortable in the hand. 

    I charged this device fully, and it took around 30 minutes, which is impressive. The battery life with continuous usage lasted just over a day, which is standard for me at the rate I use vapes daily. The battery is 400mAh, and the power is 10W.

    The device includes one pod, but you can purchase pods separately on Vapourcore. The chamber can hold up to 1.8ml of e-liquid. On the chamber, there is a side port with a rubber plug. I did find it a bit tricky to open at first, but I got the hang of it!

    The pod device itself has no buttons or settings, just the letter K on the front. The K will light up white when charging, and on inhalation, it will flash red when the battery is less than 20%.

    On the other side of the device, there is a magnetic charger for the power bank. The device itself vibrates when you insert a new pod, your battery is low, or you are running out of e-liquid. I really like this feature as it's very responsive. I like not having to check the e-liquid chamber every so often or be worried if it’s going to run out of battery soon. 

    In the starter kit on Vapourcore, this device comes with a power bank made of the same material as your device and in a matching colour. I didn’t get the chance to try the power bank, but you can use the device without it. Once fully charged, the power bank can last up to 72 hours and boasts a 1450mAh battery. This would be a pro for me as I don’t have to worry about carrying around the cable or realising I’ve forgotten it at work. 

    Having used this religiously for 2 weeks, the e-liquid chamber did not leak once, and I didn’t get any e-liquid accidentally in my mouth! This is a big pro for me as even on my tried and true vapes, every now and again on inhale I get a nasty bit of e-liquid in my mouth, and I have to have a drink immediately.

    Another helpful thing I noticed with Kiwi Vapour is that they have a very useful support centre on their website. Any troubleshooting I had or most asked questions are readily available.  

    One con for me would be that when I first started using the device, I followed the manual step by step to set up the device, but no matter what I did, it tasted like burnt rubber on inhale. It is recommended that the e-liquid be left to saturate the coil for 5 minutes or longer, which I did. Nonetheless, it tasted burnt with the filter tip and plastic one. This was a letdown as I had to replace the pod straight away, which felt like a waste. And, if I didn’t have any extra pods available, I would be purchasing more to use already. I do not believe this is a common issue and probably just a fault with the pod I received.

    There is also no adjustable airflow switch, which wasn’t a big issue for me but might be for some people. 

    I tried four different e-liquids with this device. Two were from Bar Juice in Grape and Banana, and two were from ElfLiq in Tobacco Snoow and Watermelon.
    After changing the pod from the faulty one and trying these different flavours, I can say it reached my expectations. My favourite flavours, Banana and Grape, tasted exactly how they do in other vape devices. They were clear, potent, and fruity. Even with prolonged usage, the flavour payoff didn’t degrade or taste burnt. This could also be a testament to the e-liquids themselves.

    When using the cigarette-like filter, I thought some flavour would be compromised compared to the plastic mouthpiece, but this wasn’t the case. It really felt like I was having a flavoured cigarette.  

    I think this device is very affordable on Vapourcore. This Kiwi Pen is £21.95 and the ‘Kiwi Pod Vape Starter Kit’ is £49.95, which includes the portable charger as well as the pod device. This is cheaper than the Kiwi website itself!

    You can purchase extra pods, which come with x3 cotton tips and x3 pods, on Vapourcore for £9.95. There are also two colour options: clear white and black, which is a nice touch!

    I also believe if you are looking for a reliable, stylish vape to quit smoking, this is better for the environment and cheaper than every disposable vape out there!
    I would recommend it to beginners as it’s easy to use and understand. It also has many tutorials available on YouTube!

    I also appreciate the versatility of the interchanging mouthpiece options. Someone who wants a device to mimic a cigarette would love this, but so would the avid vape user who likes the plastic mouthpiece.


    • Interchangeable mouthpiece to fit almost anyone, versatile
    • Powerful flavours
    • Good price, save more money in the long run over disposables or cigarettes
    • Environmentally friendly
    • Design - it feels sturdy, resilient and looks sleek
    • Leakproof
    • Simple design, not too over complicated
    • Vibrate function and white/red light
    • 24-month guarantee option to apply for


    • No adjustable airflow


    Battery Life:
    Design & Build:

    Overall Score:

    4.3 out of 5

    Trevor's Review

    My first impression was excellent from the very first puff, and I was pleasantly surprised that the KIWI Pen was so similar to the KIWI Go disposables that I had tried in the past.

    This device is hands down the most alike and gives the most similar feel to the throw-away disposable type of vape we were previously using, and it gives a smooth and enjoyable vape every time. You only have to fill the pod and charge the device.

    We have so many choices when looking for a new device, or you may want to find your first refillable pod device. The KIWI pen is reasonably easy to get the hang of, and once you do that, I can promise you that this vape will give you a deluxe and superior vaping experience.

    In the box, there is a KIWI pen device, 1 refillable pod (built-in coil), 1 white filter "cigarette " tip, 1 black polycarbonate reusable vaping tip (don't throw this away accidentally), and 1 USB C charging cable.

    The KIWI pen can be purchased as a starter kit that includes a magnetic Kiwi Power Bank (untested). This is a perfect fit for your KIWI pen device and means that you can recharge while on the go. I realise that both the KIWI Pod Vape Starter Kit that includes the Power Bank and the KIWI Vape Pen purchased on its own are a little more costly than other refillable pod vape kits, but with this unit, you are getting Italian design and quality.

    The experience of using this device is difficult to write about as it would be difficult to articulate. It is quality, it is better, and it is worth it.

    The pods that you need to purchase regularly are roughly the same cost as the others on the market, so I, for one, will choose to include these in my future orders; I will definitely be using this device from now on.

    The smoothness and the way it brings your favourite liquid alive is on a whole new level.

    The rechargeable battery in the KIWI Pen is good and should easily last for the day or night when you take it out. If you already know that you often need to charge a device whilst you are out and about, KIWI has a convenient and compatible magnetic power bank available; this can be carried in your bag along with a spare bottle of liquid for fast recharging of your device. You can also charge the battery using a USB C cable that slots directly into the base of the unit.

    The KIWI Pen gives you the choice of two types of tips for the pod. The black polycarbonate tip is similar to any vape that you may have used in the past. The white tip is obviously aimed at those who are only just moving from cigarettes to vaping, but others may enjoy the feeling that it provides, which is slightly smoother when vaping. The white tip also worked particularly well with a tobacco-flavoured liquid as it added to the "smoking" sensation. I found that the black tip worked best for me overall, and I think this is because I have now been vaping for a year. Whichever tip you use, the KIWI Pen always delivers a smooth, quality vaping experience.

    Obviously, you get one pod with your new device; after that, they are purchased in a box of three pods. In the box you get the three refillable pods and three white "cigarette" style tips.

    The pods are easy to fill by opening the little rubber seal on the side and then closing it when you have finished filling. They have a good design, and I have had no leakage from any of them. Remember to let the liquid sit in the pod for five minutes before use; this allows the coil to be fully soaked. NB: You can use the black polycarbonate vape-style tip that came with the device in these pods, too, and I usually do exactly that.


    • Quality device.
    • Smooth vaping experience.
    • Easy to fill pods.
    • Two types of compatible tips.
    • It can be purchased with a magnetic power bank.
    • USB C charging
    • Comes with lead included


    • None


    Battery Life:
    Design & Build:

    Overall Score:

    5.0 out of 5


    I have to say that I'm impressed with Kiwi Vapour's manufacturing outlook. It's easy to constantly pump out upgrades without showing innovation or new ideas. That's clearly not the intent of this company. Yes, they've dabbled with disposable vapes (the Kiwi Go), but it certainly feels like they're committed to the Kiwi starter kits right now.

    However, ironically, any improvements to the device can also be seen as negative since the disposable pods aren't cross-compatible. For example, the Kiwi 2 starter kit pods have more features than the original.

    Also, although the charging points for the optional power bank aren't necessarily an eyesore, as a standalone device, they should have been omitted for those restricted to using a humble wall outlet. If anything, I'm constantly reminded of the power bank's convenience without being able to use it. It's a redundant feature with this version.


    If ever there was a reason to remain optimistic in a world full of negative press surrounding disposable vapes, the Kiwi 1 vape pen is it. Here, we have a device designed from the ground up to tackle many environmental waste issues associated with those products while retaining all the same characteristics.

    It not only looks like a disposable vape but can easily boast that it responds like one. In fact, I'd go as far as to write that it's better than many of them. Be warned, though! Once you start using the cotton drip tip, you won't want to use anything else.

    A highly recommended vape pen.

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    1 comment

    I am pleased this reviews well as I agree with all your testers. I have been singing its praises for months and have three different colours, the grey, dark green and a white one from the starter kit 🤣

    Tom Tuesday, 23 April 2024 | 08:22

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