Update 10/25/2019: Juul compatible pods and Juul Mango, Fruit Medley, Cucumber or Crème are no longer available on the US market. If you are looking a for a nic salt alternative to your favorite discontinued Juul flavors, check out these resource pages: The Best Disposable Vapes The Best Juul Mango Alternatives The Best Juul Crème Alternatives The Best Juul Fruit Medley Alternatives The Best Juul Cucumber Alternatives The Top Ten Juul Alternatives Juul versus Vuse Alto Juul versus MyBlu Juul Alternatives If you are looking for more flavor options, the federal government has banned all prefilled vape pods other than tobacco and menthol. The easiest to use option is the disposable vape. They have the smooth nic salt hit that Juul vapers love and in the case of Zaero, even come in multiple nicotine strengths. Nicotine salts are the newest innovation in the E-cigarette world, but that doesn’t mean you have to put up with limited options. Many brands have been putting out nicotine salts pods in a variety of flavors. Fans of nicotine salts today are truly spoiled for choice. So all that’s left is for you to decide which brand best suits your needs. Juul is a well-known nicotine salts brand but it’s not your only option. Bo vape is another option for the nicotine salts connoisseur. Let’s compare Juul and Bo vape kit in terms of size, nicotine content, and flavor variety.

Size

How much E-liquid will you get from each brand per pod? Bo: 1.5 mL Juul: .7mL Bo pods contain twice the volume of Juul pods. So if you’re in it for the long haul, Bo might be your brand. Bigger isn’t always better, though. If you enjoy a variety of flavors and don’t want a dozen half-empty pods scattered about your house, you might prefer a vaping device with a smaller capacity.

Nicotine Content

One of the biggest draws of nicotine salts is their nicotine content. Nicotine salts pods can give you incredibly high levels of nicotine without the harsh taste that would normally accompany them. Bo: 3.5 percent (Mango is only available in 5.5%) Juul: 5 percent Juul is the brand with the higher nicotine option for every flavor sold. However, Bo is still well above the normal amount of nicotine in your average e-juice. So it all comes down to personal preference.

Flavor Variety: Juul vs. Bo

Nicotine salts have come a long way in recent years. They’re starting to compete with their E-juice counterparts in terms of sheer flavor variety. Unfortunately, one avenue for nic salt vaping that has been closed is the prefilled vape pod, unless you are one of the minority of adults who prefers tobacco or menthol. Bo: Vapor4Life once carried a selection of flavors for Bo pods. They were fruit flavored, like mango, mixed berry and apple juice. However, they have been banned. Juul: Vapor4Life also carries a wide variety of flavors for Juul. But Juul has had their lineup whittled down to tobacco and menthol. All the classic fruit flavors are gone, as well as some more unique flavors like crème brulee and coffee. Juul devices are compatible with several other brands of flavor pods, but they are no longer available on the US market. In the world of vape devices, customization is key. Bo and Juul were both great brands, but you’ll probably their flavor selection lacking. If you are an adult vaper looking for fruit, beverage, dessert, or candy flavors, you will have no choice but to use a refillable device or a disposable. And that is if you are lucky enough to live in a state where flavored vapes are not banned entirely.