Let’s start with the JUUL. Pax Labs released the JUUL back in 2015 to show consumers a new healthier alternative to smoking conventional cigarettes. The ejuice used inside of the JUUL is created with nicotine salts found in leaf-based tobacco. The nic salts deliver a throat hit that is similar to analogs while entering your blood stream faster for quicker nicotine satisfaction. The nicotine level in each JUUL pod contains around the amount of nicotine in a pack of cigarettes, which has a goal of attempting peak nicotine transfer in a matter of 5 minutes.
JUUL pods have an ejuice capacity of 0.7mL and a nicotine level of 5% (50mg). Depending on the consumer, this can last all day or just a few hours. Battery capacity is 200mAh, which is very small. However, it has a “tap” activated battery level check so you can know when to charge it. Pax designed it in this way to maintain lightweight portability. The charging mechanism is a unique USB deck instead of a traditional USB cable and will charge very quickly in about 45 minutes. The feeling you get from using a JUUL is very a familiar feel to analogs since it has no buttons and can be activated just by drawing on it with a MTL (mouth-to-lung) pull.
JUUL Start Kits (with pods included) retail range prices are $49.99 to $79.99, depending on distributor locations. JUUL Basic Kits (pods not included) range from $34.99 to $59.99, again depending on distributor locations. JUUL pod packs retail prices range from $25.99 to $32.99. Okay, now let’s talk about the Myle. It was released to the market in the latter half of 2017. This pod system was designed in Italy with some of the most advances and innovations in this relatively new technology. It’s been made to show a different and more affordable way to experience nicotine salt based ejuices. Myle is perfect when it comes to portability due to its’ slender design. The Myle pods have an ejuice capacity of 0.9mL with an anti-leak design to give peace of mind to the user. It also contains 5% nicotine (50mg) to deliver the proper amount of nicotine to the user in a short period of time. Battery capacity on the Myle is 240mAh. So, it has a larger battery than the JUUL for longer lasting experience and satisfaction. Although, we do not recommend refilling your pre-filled enclosed ejuice pods, the Myle has a plug at the bottom, which some consumers find convenient for refilling their own nicotine salt ejuices. The problem with refilling pre-filled enclosed pods of any manufacturer is the act of disturbing the internal vacuum resulting in ejuice leakage. But, the choice is yours on this matter. The Myle is designed with a draw activated MTL, so again no buttons! And, it charges with a USB deck like the JUUL in about 45 minutes.
The Myle kit (pods not included) retail range prices are $26.99 to $34.95, depending on distributor locations. Myle Pods retail range prices are $16.99 to $19.95, again depending on distributor locations.
Some consumers enjoy the JUUL over the Myle for the sole purpose of feeling comfortable with it and don’t mind the price point. The Myle is chosen over the JUUL by many other consumers because, well, why not have the same incredible nicotine transfer with a larger pod, greater battery capacity, anti-leak technology at a less expensive price point? Ultimately, it’s up to you to choose which one of these devices you like best. But, honestly, you can’t really lose either way with the JUUL or the Myle because of the performance levels and simplicity factors! So, based off these comparisons, which do you think is best for you?