Sterling Vapor

When an e cig company gets an “A” rating on the BBB, they are worth talking about. They took the time and paid the money to be rated by a trustworthy organization that can (and often does) downgrade a company to as low as “F.”

Secondly, the “A” signifies “Achievement.” In the case of Sterling Vapor, that achievement is limited only by the company’s youth. They have had no complaints to resolve in their three years of accreditation.

Sterling Vapor Review

Home for Sterling Vapor is Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. You can drop them an email using the contact form they provide or call them. The lineup at Sterling Vapor includes hardware by Innokin, Smoktech, Vision, and Kanger. Two of their juice brands are Halo and Flavorz. There are more names but you can see them on the website.

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A bright neon kit called the Apoloe 518 mini caught my eye because I had never seen one. It looks like a mini eGo with a 380mAh battery. The kit costs $39.95 and I’m not sure why it’s so high. That is pretty steep compared to prices you find for Joye kits of similar configuration.

An A10 PCC Kit by Innokin is priced $40.95, a great price considering the PCC that is worth almost as much on its own. Buy one of several iTaste units. High performance mods are also sold here plus e pipes and e cigars.

In fact, it appears Sterling Vapor has covered the basics and beyond, excluding mini e cigs, of course. The K100 Mechanical Telescopic Mod kit will cost you $64.95, a noteworthy price. Sterling Vapor even sells a PAX II Herb Vaporizer.