Eleaf built their reputation by producing affordable and basic vape kits that allowed so many to start vaping properly without worrying about the quality of the device they were using. Examples include the Pico kit series and the iPower.
Fast forward to today and Eleaf have broken into the large cloud chasing market by producing versatile and technologically advanced vape kits, with the likes of the Eleaf Lexicon offering a power output of over 200W and featuring a tank that stops leaking thanks to a sliding top mechanism.
For those who use rebuildable atomisers, there is also a line of squonk capable kits available including the Pico Squeeze. It allows you to stop worrying about refilling your rebuildable by featuring a squeezy juice bottle inside the mod.
Newer vapers need not worry as Eleaf still produce the sort of kits they've always been known for, with new sub ohm kits that feature one-button operation and a fixed wattage output bridging the gap between beginner and advanced kits.