In this video I’m only comparing the Veepon TITA AIO with the DOT AIO V1. I know there is a V2, but I have not tried it yet. Now on to the TITA AIO. As the title says, it’s better than fine, it’s just not amazing.

The handfeel / button placement is great, honestly just like the DOT AIO. The screen is very DNA-ish and is nice and responsive. The TITA AIO does offer a bigger wattage adjustment range than the DOT V1, but the DOT V2 ( which I haven’t tried yet ) does have a screen.

There is kinda no way around it. The TITA RBA ( for the Tita and DOT AIO ) is…lacking in a lot of ways. Mostly in the not good flavor department. The airflow is smooth, the deck is OK ( but the screws are too shallow ) there isn’t much to love here.

It’s a DOT RBA so it seems difficult to mess up. But here we are. Don’t get me wrong, The TITA Rba isn’t completely terrible, chances are if you bought one, it’s fine. Just know there are much better DOT RBAs out there with much better flavor.

This is my first experience with anything from Vulcan Mods. I must say they are pretty nice mech mods. Hard hitting and they have that “modular” switch design much like the RCM mods. Something very satisfying and simple about a tube mech like this.

The VapingBogan tattoo graphics all look and feel top notch. They are bright and vivid and have a little bit of nice texture to them. Good things. The money goes to a really good cause as well.

The Caliburn G2 coil heads are notorious for being messy. While I have had the occasional messy pod, they do stay clean for the most part. The Caliburn GK2 uses the same pods and coil heads from the Caliburn G2.

The Uwell Caliburn GK2 device itself is pretty rad, it’s much less slender than the other Caliburn AK2 ( Koko ) but still offers a nice hand-feel, and is honestly so lightweight, that you could easily rock it on a lanyard.

As “editing this guy” said, the 909 Dot RBA never promised me a mouth to lung, so I’m not counting the lack of one against it. The flavor on the 909 DOT RBA is just straight up bangin good. The airflow feels as smooth as it can in the DotAIO. Building and wicking on the 909 Dot RBA deck are both stress-free experiences thankfully.

55 for the RBA isn’t terrible, but others with similar experiences are up to 10 cheaper. Your mileage may vary.

As I said in the video. On any other day, without the RGB lights, the Freemax Maxus Solo is simply fine. Maybe a bit better than fine. Solid construction and a good chip, paired with good Freemax coil heads is a pretty winning combo. But honestly not anything revolutionary or anything.

RGB and LEDs aren’t exactly revolutionary either, but they add some style and bells and whistles that make this kinda stand apart. I think they did it in a really cool way, and most importantly gave you a lot of control over the lights including turning them off.