Aio Kits

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GeekVape Obelisk 65 AIO Kit
Geek Vape GeekVape Obelisk 65 AIO Kit
Sale price£31.99 Regular price£44.99
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Vandy Vape Pulse AIO 80w Kit
Vandy Vape Vandy Vape Pulse AIO 80w Kit
Sale price£69.99 Regular price£79.99
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dotMod dotAIO V2 AIO Pod System
dotMod dotMod dotAIO V2 AIO Pod System
Sale price£84.99 Regular price£99.99
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DotMod dotAIO Mini Pod Kit
dotMod DotMod dotAIO Mini Pod Kit
Sale price£63.99 Regular price£79.99
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GeekVape Obelisk 60 AIO Pod Mod Kit
Geek Vape GeekVape Obelisk 60 AIO Pod Mod Kit
Sale price£29.49 Regular price£49.99
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dotMod DotAIO Pod System
dotMod dotMod DotAIO Pod System
Sale priceFrom £69.99 Regular price£89.99
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About AIO Kits

The key benefits of choosing an AIO vape are that these vape kits are designed so that the battery and tank work excellently together and the overall design is sleek and attractive. When you buy a pre-built AIO kit, you know that it will have been built for highest performance, with the battery providing the right amount of power to the coil to make your coils last as long as possible. 

If you're just starting out or if you're a more experienced vaper looking for a high performing vape kit with minimal setup and adjustments, AIOs are the way to go. 


AIOs and starter kits have a lot in common because both types of vape kit are easy to use and come with everything you need to start vaping. 

However, starter kits, by definition, are better for beginner vapers because they're even more simple and cheap. Starter kits are usually smaller, e-cigarette style pen vapes instead of bulky vape kits. Check out our great range of starter kits here, including favourites such as the Uwell Caliburn G2 Pod Kit and the Innokin Zlide Tube Pen Starter Kit

Another feature that distinguishes AIOs from starter kits is that AIOs have replaceable coils and make it easier to add your e-liquids instead of using refillable pods. 

Pod mods and pod kits share a lot of similarities with AIO vape devices. The defining feature of pod mods and kits is that they include disposable pods where the e-liquid is held. These pods can often be refilled a number of times before they are disposed. In contrast, AIO kits hold the vape juice in an in-built tank. 

As AIO kits are pre-assembled, you may be wondering whether it's possible to clean the tank of your vape kit. With these vape kits cleaning the tank can be a little fiddly, but it isn't too difficult. If the vape kit has removable glass you can remove it to clean, or if it has a cup-shaped tank you can use a damp cotton swab to clean the e-liquid residue. 

With an open pod system in a pod kit, cleaning is more simple. To clean the cartridge, first remove the pod, empty it of any remaining e-liquid, and wash it with warm water. You can also use a cotton bud to clean the connection pins and airflow points. Make sure everything is dry before you put new e-liquid in the pod and reassemble the pod kit.

The advantages of vaping with an AIO vape kit are that they are easy to use, have great performance and battery life, and have a lot of good safety features. They're a great choice for beginner and intermediate vapers because they're simple and pocket-friendly, but they also offer a lot of great features that more advanced vapers will appreciate. Another plus is that with these AIO e-cig kits you don't have to buy extra components such as tanks. 

The main drawback of these kits are that they are less customisable because they have a built-in tank. 

There are some signs that it's time to replace the coils in your AIO device - the e-liquid tastes different or weaker, you can taste a burnt flavour, the vape starts leaking or the vapour clouds are inconsistent.