There are many styles and options yet we can narrow it down to a few main types. One-time use Automatics look like a cigarette, are designed to deliver roughly the number of puffs a smoker would receive in one or two packs of cigarettes, and cannot be refilled or recharged. They are considered automatic since there is no button to push, simply draw or puff on them (like a cigar or pipe, not a drag like a cigarette). Multi-use Automatics generally are also made to mimic the look or style of a cigarette, are designed to deliver about the same number of puffs as a one-time use version, yet you can change out the cartridge and recharge the battery. This reduces the overall investment and many offer the user a variety of cartridge flavor options. Multi-use Manuals require the user to press a button to activate the atomizer. There are a wide-variety of shapes including those appearing as a pipe or cigar and many with fancy battery colors and options. The best way to begin with a manual is a simple eGo style battery with simple button and twist controls. Box mods and variable controlsare the main focus during the first part of 2015. Mechanical mods and rebuildable atomizers (RDAs) led many early vapors into more powerful vaping devices with complex menus and a wide-variety of personalized approaches to obtaining the most enjoyable vaping. Start where you need to as you strive to quit smoking and then you can decide if you want to move toward the hobby side of vaping.