Vapor4Life offers an extensive range of e-cig products – from starter kits, to a wide range of batteries, tons of accessories and over 100 different flavors of e-liquid. It can be a bit overwhelming for novices, but if you’re looking for options, Vapor4Life has them. They offer four different e-juice lines in a variety of flavors, but we found most of them to be average at best.
More About Vapor4Life
Vapor4Life is a full-service electronic cigarette supplier with it’s own unique line of products and a brick-and-mortar retail location located in Northbrook, IL. Vapor4Life’s website is pretty extensive, and a bit confusing, with a huge selection of e-cigarettes, parts, accessories and over 100+ e-liquids – from tobacco, menthol, desert, fruit and beverage categories.
They offer four unique lines of e-juice:
- Premium Nobacco (80/20 PG/VG)
- Nobacco USA (65/35 PG/VG)
- WOW Vapor (70/30 PG/VG)
- WOW Vapor VG (100% VG)
Vapor4Life DOES NOT provide details about the manufacturing process or the ingredients used in their products, but we do know that the “Nobacco USA” line is produced in the U.S.A. We can only assume that their other e-juice lines are not, more than they’re likely Asian imports.
Review of Vapor4Life E-Juice
With over a hundred different choices, Vapor4Life appears to have all the bases covered in terms of flavor. You can choose from a full range of categories (tobacco, menthol, desert, fruit and beverage), but the problem is your choices are limited by PG/VG blend. For example, the American-made “Nobacco USA” line (65/35 PG/VG) is available in less than 10 flavors. Some flavors found in the WOW line (70/30 PG/VG) are not available in the Premium Nobacco (80/20 PG/VG). To top it off, navigating the Vapor4Life website is extremely difficult. You can select a flavor and then the available options are shown, but there’s no clear explanation about the differences between each line of e-liquid unless you do a bit of searching.
With all the confusion about their products and their website put aside, we tested ten Vapor4Life flavors during this review: Cafe Mocha, Caramel Apple, Cinnablaze, Green Tea, Peach, Pomegranate, Rum and Cola, RY4, Vanilla and WOWBoy. Rather than getting in to the details of each, let’s just say we had mixed feelings about our selections. A couple flavors were great – everyone seemed to love the Cinnablaze from the WOW Vapor line. We also thought the WOW Vapor Vanilla, Peach and Caramel Apple were OK, but there were some obvious losers in the bunch. In particular, the Green Tea was definitely a horrible choice. Everyone agreed… it had almost no flavor or throat hit – it was like vaping on water with a slight green tea aftertaste. Pomegranate was another big disappointment that lacked flavor and a few others from the Nobacco line were thoroughly unimpressive.
With that being said, we only tested ten out of a hundred flavors, so there’s sure to be some winners (and losers) in the Vapor4Life line that we didn’t try. Maybe Green Tea would taste horrible from any provider; this was definitely an experiment for us. We really enjoyed Cinnablaze, and we used up the Vanilla and Peach pretty quickly, but there are certainly better options out there.
Price-wise, Vapor4Life’s e-liquid is somewhat attractive, and if you purchase a sampler pack you’ll undoubtedly find a few flavors that you enjoy. But if you’re looking for a top-of-the-line, American-made product, then you might want to consider another e-juice supplier. All-in-all, we were thoroughly annoyed with Vapor4Life’s website and their e-juice selections are average at best. Even if you find a flavor that you like, you’re likely to find a better option elsewhere, and it might cost less.
Expert Flavor Feedback…
Out of all the flavors we tested, Cinnablaze was definitely my favorite. I bought a bottle for myself after we tested, but otherwise, nothing really stuck out as exceptionally good. I enjoyed the WOWBoy, peach and caramel apple, and the Vanilla was OK. The Rum & Cola tasted like cough syrupy and the RY4 had a little too much caramel for my liking, but the Green Tea was the absolute worst! Had to empty out my clearomizer after just a few puffs. – Jeremy Salter