Finiti, or Fin, disposable e-cigs are one use e-cigs. According to the package they contain the nicotine of 2 packs of cigarettes, their words. I ran across them in my local drugstore and they have regular tobacco and menthol available. They have a website that sells starter kits also at www.fincigs.com. Finiti disposable have a shelf price at about $9.99 which was 2 dollars higher than other disposable cigarettes such as blu disposable, but since they state they have the nicotine of 2 packs of cigarettes, it just about balances out. They only have one, 16 mg, nicotine level just like their competitors.
The package is very well done. I’m not a big fan of e-cigs that have markings and designs to look like regular cigarettes. Since they are not cigarettes, they just come off as… fake. This is just a personal viewpoint on aesthetics of e-cigs.
The quality is pretty much standard. One complete unit has an air flow vent on the side and a LED that lights up white on the end when you take a drag. The fact they managed to squeeze more e-liquid into the permanent cartridge is a feat. I’ll find out soon, since 2 pacts should last me 4 days.
Functionality, there are a couple of issues. First off, there is very little resistance when you puff. You don’t really feel like you’re taking a real drag. Second, little to no throat hit. This just doesn’t feel like a real drag at all. The flavor is pretty minty with a little menthol.
Since this is a disposable, there really isn’t much in reliability, it does what it needs to then, once it’s done, you throw it out. For now, this seems pretty fine. I’ll update if there is a change.
Unfortunately with so many other options available, I just can’t recommend this one. This is a solid effort but it lacks in execution.
After using the Finiti a bit more I will say my original recommendation stands. Except for the quality. I did notice the build quality is quiet nice. So, I updated the review points to show that. I don’t feel this has the nicotine or puff count of two packs of cigarettes but that is highly speculative at this point since there is no clear industry standard about what a regular puff count needs to be per puff versus a pack of cigarettes. I used to smoke a half a pack to a pack a day and this lasted me for one day, give or take. That’s not 2 packs, in my eyes.