The vapers of Georgia are blessed with a fair amount of choice when it comes to brick-and-mortar e-cig stores. This state appears to have embraced vaping, while the hospitality of southern vapor vendors ensures they do well with people living inside the state and with visiting or online customers. Here are some of the companies operating in Georgia.

Georgia Choice

Vapor stores like North Georgia Vapor, Steam Cigs, Vape 911, Atlanta Vapor, and many others wait to serve customers from around Georgia. They are located in Peachtree, Marietta, Lawrenceville, and all sorts of towns large and small.

Regular clients choose these shops over online options because together vendors sell the best there is in this industry: the finest juices, mods, e cigs, and atomizers. Sure, you can find some duds here too and it pays to know how to spot them. I will be featuring stores which sell brands you can trust and at prices somewhere between really great and reasonable.

Several other good stores are also operating in Georgia. They might not be online because they prefer to serve the local community or are too small to justify operating a website. If their prices are at least close to the ones of bigger vendors, support local shops when you can.

North Georgia Vapor

By “starter kit,” vendors refer to bundles that contain all the parts you need to begin using a model, not necessarily kits for absolute beginners. Online specials at North Georgia Vapor are all starter kits: an Innokin 134 (advanced) and an eGo (beginner) among others. Regular discounts are set up for seniors, members of the military, and government employees.

Aspire tanks like the Atlantis and Cage Tank would suit a high-end mod nicely. Select a Tugboat RDA, Tobh V2, or a Patriot RDA: all of the clones and reasonably priced. For a low-tech combination, choose the Kanger Protank Mini 3 with an eGo-T battery or an iTaste VV 3.0.

The Innokin CLK 1280 provides plenty of power for someone who just wants to vape, never mind sub-ohm clouds and variable watts. E Juice at North Georgia Vapor costs $6 for 10 ml: that’s the house juice.

Vape 911

Are you experiencing a vapor emergency? If so, head to Marietta’s Vape 911 e-cig store where they sell their own brand of e juice known as Latitude e liquid. You never have to run out with Vape 911 around.

The cost for their liquid is $16.99 for 30 ml in glass. Drip Latitude flavors into an Aspire Tank and vape it with a Cloupor device. For variable-watt vaping at a moderate level you could go for an Eleaf iStick 30 or 50. Other brands of note are IPV, SMOK, Tesla, Vamo, and Kanger. From their selection it seems they lean towards high-intermediate and advanced vaping.

Atlanta Vapor, Peachtree

Just a little way out of the main city, vapers will discover this all-purpose shop selling equipment for vapers who are just beginning and devices for consumers at every level up to high-watt mods. E liquids were selected to make the most of a high-powered system such as Odin, Halo, Space Jam, Vigilant Juice Co., and Five Pawns.

Their mods include the American Provari 2.5 (now surpassed by version 3), a Silverback Mechanical Mod, Slug Mod, and Innokin iTaste VTR. The Russian 91%, Aspire ET-S, Kayfun Lite Plus, and Hobo 2.1 RDA are all capable of doing justice to great liquids. The Eleaf iStick 10W is fun and cute; nothing too powerful, but an introduction to variable watts in a stealthy, light package.

Steam Cigs

Did you prefer pipes over cigarettes in your smoking days? You will enjoy the beautiful handmade Steam Cigs E Pipe Mods in styles to emulate real pipes from modern and earlier days. Go back to cob pipes, choose a Middle Earth variety, or even pick up Thor’s hammer without any difficulty at all. Steam Cigs also makes pipe-style e liquid in assorted flavors.