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Disposable “All-in-one” Oil Vape Pens
An Introduction to Empty Disposable Vapes Online
Buying empty disposable vapes online is becoming more and more popular every day. Here at VPM.com, we strive to provide the very best selection of quality disposable vaporizers online. We stock some of the most popular brands of disposables, including CCell, Ispire, iKrusher, and our own in-house brand VPM Disposables. All of the disposables we sell are all-in-one single-use units. They cannot be refilled, and many cannot be recharged. Most people buy them because they are so convenient and still provide the same level of satisfaction as a standard reusable pen. Use our friendly guide below to learn everything you need to know about disposable vape pens before you make your purchase.
How to use a disposable vape
When you purchase a disposable vape from VPM, it will come unfilled. We do not sell any oil of any type. Most disposables are compatible with legally derived oils from the hemp plant, including CBD, D9, and, where legal, cannabis THC oils. This product is only for use with legal oils in countries, states, provinces, and municipalities where they are legal. We simply sell disposable vape hardware, and that’s it.
Filling a Disposable with Oil
Once you have some of your preferred oil in a syringe, you need to fill the tank on the disposable. This process will vary depending on the specific model of all-in-one you choose, so make sure to read the manufacturer’s instructions because filling the tank incorrectly could render the device unusable.
Always Cap Before Use
After filling the oil chamber with oil, you need to carefully but firmly cap the chamber with the cap that comes included all disposable vape kits. You don’t want to overfill the chamber because that could cause the cap not to seal correctly, and you could face leakage issues or, even worse, a completely defective device.
Please Enjoy Responsibly
Once the disposable is filled and capped, it’s ready to go. All disposables come pre-charged, so you don’t need to worry about finding a power source before it’s ready. If there is any type of protective film or cap over the mouthpiece, remove it before you take a draw. Once the mouthpiece is clean, you’re good to go. Put the all-in-one up to your lips and inhale. The vapor will be activated by the auto draw feature, and you will get a 5 to 10-second long hit.
Disposables are gaining in popularity.
You may have noticed a larger and more extensive selection of disposable vapes available at your local rec store or medical shop. This is because using disposables, especially postless disposables, are quickly becoming the most popular style of vaping in 2023.
Believe it or not, empty disposables have been around for many years, but it’s just now that they are really catching on. I think this is probably due to the increases in quality and performance. Some of the earlier disposables for oil were unreliable and less targeted for the legal cannabis user. Another factor likely affecting the popularity of disposables is the ever-growing variety of new disposable vapes on the market. For instance, just a few weeks ago, the CCell Slym wasn’t available, and now it is one of the hottest-selling products in the disposable category on VPM. It used to be that disposables were only available in legal marijuana shops with a limited variety of flavors. Now that you can buy disposables online and unfilled, there is basically an unlimited number of flavor combinations you can create. Mixing different terpenes with various distillate extracts is quickly becoming a popular hobby with many vape enthusiasts.
What are disposable vaporizers made from?
Disposable vaporizers are considered to be an all-in-one device. They often look similar to regular vape pens but are meant for only one use. They are made from many of the same materials as a standard vape battery and cartridge. Depending on the model, you will find food-grade plastics, medical-grade stainless steel, and other materials. All disposable vapes contain a small lithium-ion battery with just enough power to provide one cycle’s worth of hits. One of the other critical components included in an all-in-one disposable device is a heater or atomizer. Most units have ceramic heating elements, but you will find additional types of heating elements inside disposables occasionally.
Do disposable vapes come pre-filled?
None of the disposable vapes come pre-filled from VPM.com. That does not mean that pre-filled disposable vape pens are unavailable; you just have to purchase them from a local dispensary or legal recreational cannabis shop. One nice thing about buying your disposable unfilled is that it gives you the freedom to choose from a wide variety of oils instead of being limited to just a few disposable options at your local legal shop. Who doesn’t want a wider variety of flavor options to choose from?
Who are Disposable Vapes for?
Disposable vapes are for people that want an inexpensive, convenient solution for portable vaping. They are great when you want a product that is easy to use and cost-efficient. Many people choose a disposable all-in-one because of its discreet nature. Being small and inconspicuous will allow you to vape on the “down low.” There is also a significant love it and leave it factor that contributes to many people’s decision to choose a disposable because it’s so easy to get rid of once the device has served its purpose. Many people who own a regular vape like the CCell Palm or VPM B30 also purchase disposables for easy convenience when going out and to make sure nothing happens to their more expensive vape at home. If you want a more traditional style vaporizer or something with a larger capacity or more power, check out our entire lineup of oil vaporizers.
How to properly dispose of a used disposable?
While most people probably choose just to toss their disposable vape in the garbage once it is finished. That’s not the most optimal way to dispose of an all-in-one. The issue is that all disposables contain a small lithium-ion battery and a small PCB control board. They should be treated as most battery-powered electronics to be disposed of. There is also the matter of sanitation. Because a disposable vape comes in contact with human fluids, it is considered to be hazardous waste. The FDA recommends all vaporizers be recycled at a hazardous waste facility. We know this may not be feasible for many individuals, so we suggest checking with your local dispensary or recreational cannabis store for recycling options near you. You may be able to find a local lithium-ion battery recycling company that is willing to help properly dispose of a used disposable vaporizer. DisposalXT has some great tips on how to dispose of a vape battery properly.
Which disposable vape lasts the longest?
All-in-one vapes vary in how long they last. This is largely due to manufacturers’ different battery capacity sizes. One of the disposables with the largest batteries that we sell at VPM.com is the VPM D80 disposable vape. The disposable with the lowest mAH rating is the CCell Slym. There is less than a 100 mAh difference between the largest and smallest battery, but if you want to take big long rips, it’s probably worth getting one with a bigger battery so you can have the disposable vape that lasts the longest. No matter which disposable you choose, you can tell that the vape is dead or empty when you no longer get any vapor while taking a hit.
Is the hit from a disposable similar to the hit from a cartridge?
Yes and no. Will the hit from a disposable be similar to the hit from a cart? Technically yes similar, but there are many variables to consider. The first is voltage. Many cartridge batteries come with a variable voltage setting that allows you to choose how much power you want to provide for each hit. This enables the user to custom-tailor the hit to their liking. Using an all-in-one is as basic as it gets. Vaping with a cart provides more options.
Why are disposable vapes so flavorful?
One reason why some disposable vapes are so favorable is that they have really high-quality internal parts. The CCell Slym offers medical-grade stainless steel and food-grade plastic components. This is then paired with their world-renowned ceramic heating element. All these factors combined make for an excellent experience when using your all-in-one. This is not the case with all disposable pens on the market. It is important to do your research and make sure you choose a disposable vaporizer that creates the best flavor profile for your taste.
We might be biased, but VPM.com is obviously our first choice. However, we encourage you to choose an online disposable vape retailer that makes you comfortable. Some things to consider when choosing the best place to make your purchase are the seller’s reputation, availability of products, the trustworthiness of the site, and of course, that they sell the product you need.
What type of oil can be used in a Disposable?
All of the disposable vapes sold on VPM.com are for use with legal hemp or cannabis-derived oil. We prohibit the use of any devices sold on VPM.com to be used with anything other than oil that is produced from the hemp plant. Each and every one of the disposable vaporizers for sale on VPM.com has been specially engineered to deal with the viscosity and compounds that are contained in common hemp oils, such as those containing CBD and THC. Devices listed for sale on this website are not intended or expected to be used with tobacco-derived products and will render the devices non-functional.
What sizes and shapes are most Disposable pens?
The shapes and sizes of disposable vapes in the market vary to some degree but all share very similar styling traits. What they do have in common is that they don’t require any specialized knowledge, are very easy to use, and will leave you satisfied, just like a regular oil vape. Disposable vapes will sometimes come in packaging but often will not. On some devices, you may also find a silicone plug for the mouthpiece or tank.
What is an all-in-one vape pen?
An all-in-one vape pen is the exact same thing as a disposable one. The names are interchangeable. Even CCell corporate says, “Disposables, which are all-in-one devices” directly on their website. The terms can be used together or apart and are frequently used in conjunction with vape or vaporizer. So that means that it would be correct to say, Disposable all-in-one vaporizer pen or any variant thereof. It’s also ok to simply refer to them as disposable or all-in-one. The choice is 100% yours.
Typical Battery Specs for Disposable Vapes
You will find that most disposable vapes have similar battery specifications. They will usually have an average, in-between voltage setting. Nothing too powerful or too weak. The capacity of the batteries will change as the tank size increases on the all-in-one.
Advantages of Disposable Vape pens
One of the most significant advantages of disposable vape pens is that they are so simple to use. Most disposable vapor products are inhale-activated; no buttons are needed. This makes them very easy to use. Of course, because they are for one-time use only, you will never have to worry about refilling the device. Most of the time, you don’t even need to charge the disposable. They generally come pre-charged from the factory. It’s rare to see a disposable leaking because they are sealed once and never reopened. This also helps to keep your oil pure and free of any debris. While a disposable may not produce as good of a flavor profile as a variable voltage vape, it will produce a good flavor similar to that of a basic stick battery. One thing that all disposables have in common is the fact that they are so compact and portable. Another advantage that all-in-ones have compared to standard vapes is their low cost. You can typically purchase a disposable vape for less than the cost of a vape pen and cartridge.
Disadvantages of Disposable vapes
One of the biggest disadvantages of disposable vapes is that they can be difficult to dispose of properly. They contain lithium-ion batteries, which cannot be thrown away in regular garbage. Another downfall to all-in-ones is that you are unable to customize your vaping experience. You can’t adjust the temperature or preheat your oil with most disposable, like you can with variable voltage or preheat vapes. You should also consider the fact that an all-in-one can never be refilled. While they may be cheaper to buy upfront, over time, a standard 510-thread cart and battery setup will be more economical. It’s not really a disadvantage per se, but disposable vaporizers do have a smaller battery capacity. This would be a disadvantage if you could refill or recharge, but since you can’t do either of those things on a disposable, the point is moot. One possible downside is that some units don’t have a view window to see how much oil is left. This is becoming rarer and rarer as time goes on.
Are disposable oil vapes reusable?
Unfortunately, the answer is no; disposable oil vapes are not reusable. They are designed to be single-use, and trying to refill or reuse an all-in-one will not work. The designs are simply not made for reuse. After you have vaped all the oil in the chamber, you should discard your disposable.
How Long do Disposable Vape Pens Last
That’s a bit of a loaded question as it is going to really depend on several different factors. We will do our best to generalize but keep in mind that each and every disposable and oil will behave slightly differently. The most significant factor in how long disposable vape pens last is you, the end user.
How long of a draw do you take on average? Do those draw times vary? What about power? Are you typically taking big strong rips or more like smooth light puffs?
As you can imagine, this causes the average number to be, well, average. The number of puffs you get out of a single disposable is firstly dependent on the oil tank size. A 0.3ML tank will not last as long as a 0.5ML tank. The bigger the tank, the longer the disposable vape pen will last. CCell quotes that their disposable vapes go through about 5mg of oil for every three seconds of inhale time. By their estimates, you should get about 100 3second puffs from a 0.5ML tank.
Which disposable vapes are not able to be recharged?
Many disposable vapes are not able to be recharged. Adding a charging port would cause the cost of the all-in-one to increase, so many manufacturers choose to leave it off of some of their models. Here at VPM.com, the non-chargeable disposables we carry are the CCell Slym and the iKrusher Tik Pro. All other disposables we sell are rechargeable. In fact, all VPM branded disposables include a charging port and are fully rechargeable.
How much does a disposable vape cost?
Disposable vapes cost less than a standard vape, generally speaking. Disposables provide a similar vape experience to most non-disposables but provide that extra bit of convenience. They are the perfect option for someone who only plans to use oil for a short period of time. Disposable vape costs are lower because no cartridge, battery, or other vape part replacements are needed. The cost to buy a disposable vape typically ranges from $9 to $15. Need better pricing? Please visit our wholesale website to learn more about wholesale disposable vape hardware at bulk discounts.
Are disposable All-in-Ones portable?
Absolutely, disposables are portable! Overall they are easy to use, slimline, and offer a good experience vaping. Their portability is one of the main factors in their popularity. Consumers have shown that they like to have the grab-and-go option in many different circumstances. Most people have a more expensive oil vaporizer that they recharge and refill. These vaporizers often cost more than a disposable, so many people choose the less expensive, more portable option when on the go.
Disposable Vape Parts
It’s important to know about the few disposable vape parts that there are out there. Because all-in-one disposables are single-use products, there are virtually no replacement parts. The whole unit itself is basically the vape replacement part. The one time that you might need a replacement part is if you lost the cap or mouthpiece before filling. The downside is that because disposables are so expensive, the part alone would cost nearly as much as just replacing the entire device. All of the internal components are non-replaceable. Once all the oil has been used, you can’t refill or reuse the device in any way.
The basic fact of the matter is that there is no such thing as disposable vape replacement parts, at least not in any meaningful way. The internal vape parts that make up a typical disposable are the heating element, the control board, the oil tank, and the cap or mouthpiece. That’s it. Pretty simple, right? I guess you could say the body itself is a part, too, but we’re really splitting hairs at this point.
How many puffs from a disposable?
It’s hard to determine precisely how many puffs your disposable will get. Several factors determine how many puffs you will get from a disposable. Some of those factors are the oil tank capacity, the internal lithium-ion battery mAh rating, and the thickness of the oil inside. One of the biggest contributors to answering the eluding question of how many puffs from a disposable question largely depends on how big and how long of drag you take each time.
What things should you consider before making the decision to buy a disposable?
You should take several factors into consideration when choosing which type of disposable pen to buy. One of those factors is the quality of internal components. Not all manufacturers choose to fully lab test their products. We recommend always choosing a product that has successfully passed a heavy metals test and uses 316L medical-grade stainless steel internals. One such product that meets this criterion is the CCell Slym disposable.
What are the main Features on a Disposable
One of the things that makes a disposable pen so great is its lack of features. Generally speaking, the fewer options something has, the more reliable it is. Most disposables are inhale-activated only – meaning that’s their only feature. Simply puff and play, so to speak. You will find some other disposable all-in-ones that do have a button. This button can be used to power on the atomizer and allow you to take a hit. In some rare cases, a disposable will even have a preheat or variable voltage function that is also controlled by this button. It is extremely rare to find a disposable with variable voltage, so if that’s what you’re after, we suggest you check out our page all about variable voltage vaporizers.