The Vaporesso Luxe PM40 is one of the products that Vaporesso does have a PMTA accepted for. Which I actually explains a lot about this particular devices sylings. As I said in the video, I personally really enjoy the loose / open MTL vape from the 0.8ohm coil heads, but it isn’t objectively good or smooth or versatile airflow.
Otherwise the size is great, obviously a popular design. The colors and finishes are a little all over the place. I like this blue one I have, but that’s kinda it. The others are more strange and this orange one looks MUCH better on the box.
There are better products out there, and there are much much worse products out there. Though the LUXE pm 40 might be one of the only types of these devices left on the market in the United States. I will say I still expected more from Vaporesso than a Nord-alike.
At the end of the day, these KOKO Prime got me back using the Caliburn G batteries a lot more. I like the KOKO don’t get me wrong, but it is much more of a “lanyard” vape.
Form factor is much more suited to that. The Caliburn G is a much more normal natural shape we are used to. It works for a reason. Exact same vape, different form factors.
I did have some auto switch issues on the blue unit I received. That blue unit was from VERY early on, pre release. Every KOKO Prime afterward has been basically flawless. If I had to choose between the two, I would certainly go with the original Caliburn G battery / pod – 0.8ohm mesh coil boosh done love it.
VooPoo and their magnetic PNP coils system has really won me over man. The Argus Pro is a rad little piece of hardware. Doesn’t feel cheap or rough around the edges in any way. Over the years VooPoo has stepped up their quality game and it shows on this. Just feels really nice in the hand.
The Argus ( little guy ) version does have some limitations including no auto-draw feature and no firing any coils .015 and below. The screen on it is also a little bit more “simple” traditional LCD looking screen. Even for being a lot smaller than the Pro, it still feels real nice and techy in the hand.
Really just a great product for smokers and vapers looking for a solid coil head based MTL ( mouth to lung ) “pod” system. It’s hard to call this strictly a “pod” system just because of the size. Regardless, the Endura M18 is legit solid.
As far as coil head life goes, 2 of the coil heads lasted me about 30mls, another only lasted a few days, but these last two have both been going strong well after the 30ml mark.
Hopefully this video answers all your questions about the Type2. Sorry for the confusion on the price, I miss spoke when I said $70. Otherwise I might as well say it again. The Type Two is an “old school” style RTA. Smooth restricted lung, low wattage, banger.
Big fan of the original, pretty big fan of this HITA INK. The MTL leaves a lot to be desired IMO, but it’s not awful. The coil heads aren’t different from the original, but the original gave me a much better MTL somehow. It’s a small little banger that managed to remain on my desk for a while now, and I don’t see it going anywhere anytime soon.
Don’t think I can add anything else to the gushing over the Caliburn G. As of right now, it’s really the only pod I care to use. Superb and flavorful MTL. Just a big fan of the Caliburn G. Would recommend again and again
I know I kind of Poo-Poo’d the magnetic system of the DragX, but it has really really won me over on the DragMax. Swapping out pods to tanks without unscrewing a 510 is surprisingly awesome and satisfying.
I do like the PNP Coil heads as well. Overall they have been nice and flavorful and pretty long lasting. 30-50ml of liquid seems to be about what I can get out of a single coil head. Your mileage might vary.