The Augvape Foxy One 21700 mod is very slick IMO. Feels like an old school C-Frame mod from 2015 / 2016. The leather is some of the nicest I have seen recently and the suede ( although dingy now ) is wicked soft.

The Foxy One is a solid little single battery banger. As I said in the video, I’ve run all sorts of toppers on here from a Kayfun and a Pioneer to a Type Two and even a Recoil briefly. Most recently the Nautilus GT Mini has been on top and it’s been very nice.

As a guy that has always had a special place in my heart for single battery bangers and currently being on an MTL kick, the Foxy One is firmly on the desk. If it only had a better button.

It’s the Uwell Crown V sub ohm tank, it’s mesh, it vapes and… it vapes. It’s hard to be blown away by a sub tank these days. As an avid sub-tank user since 2014 I can tell you, this is the best the technology as ever been and it’s not that much better than a year or two ago.

There isn’t any innovation or anything revolutionary in this Uwell Crown V. The flavor is nice, the coil heads are reliable, it has a child-proof top fill cap which is nice, if not a little annoying to use. The Crown V is a banger if you need a banger. If you have a subtank you enjoy already, I see no real need to “Upgrade” to this, as it probably vapes pretty similar to the sub-tank you already have.

Not much new you can do with a mech mod these days. What a mech really comes down to is quality machining, a good switch, and hits hard. This Method One Mech mod is that in a nutshell. The DEEP engravings are nice, but generally not my cup of tea. They don’t feel “chalkboardy” in any for those curious. I would honestly love to buy a more simple Method One mech mod for personal use. I believe this is also known as the “Underground” mech mod, even though mine says “Darkside”

Almost zero cons IMO. I wish the switch on the outside had like a grip-tape type of texture or any texture at all. It’s smooth and it works well, but only because the throw is so soft. Star Wars rules and I’m a huge fan, but I’m not a huge fan of IP theft. Look I know it’s Disney, but it’s still their IP. Even in Spain, you can’t escape the mouse.

The XIRON is going to be a little sleeper device. It’s real simple and un-assuming, but vapes REALLY well. As I said in the video i’ve been going back and forth between The XIRON and the Hita Ink and they are insanely evenly matched in their good vape experience. It is honestly kind of a banger.

GTX Coils vape very well and are fairly reliable. Coil head life has been ok, Sometimes a GTX will last for 60ml of liquid… sometimes less, your mileage might vary. For the most part, I find them enjoyable.

Count how many times I said GeekVape in this review. Because I honestly lost track. At the end of the day this vapes great. The single 18650 battery life at 60+ watts might be less than impressive, and that rubber nubbin for the USBC actually drives me crazy and I refuse to fix it.

It honestly bums me out that Vaporesso went down this road, rather than being the innovators I have seen them be in the past.

Bit of a longer one for a more complex device. I also want to say that i’m really happy with this video, I don’t think I say that ever. Believe it or not I have fun shooting and editing and I had a lot of fun doing this video. So I really hope you enjoy it. Now then….. I honestly probably could have spent more time trying every accessory, when I say this thing does a lot, it really does a lot. It does it all pretty well too, I don’t love the rotating pressure lock system. I find it cumbersome as I said in the video.

Everything I have put on this has worked without issue. My first grey ABYSS did on a few occasions dump out my tank when I had a billet bridge in it, this newer version has not done that at all.

Here we go, it’s the Evolv Reflex pod.

Right out of the gate, the Reflex from EVOLV is quite pricey, quite fiddly and overall not a great vaping experience. The tech on the inside is pretty fascinating and works as intended. The vape does feel different than a traditional “on/off” airflow switch, but not by much. Certainly not enough to justify that sticker price.

As neat as the tech is, everything else on this pod falls terribly short. The fit and finish aren’t great. It feels outdated and cheap already. The airflow is uncomfortable, sharp, turbulent and uneven feeling. The airflow is also louder than other pods. The flavor is some of the worst I have had in a pod.

But wait… there is more…

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.

Links are down below for those interested