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.
This video is shorter just because the Boxer Boro Mod is so simple and straightforward. One adjustable 510 on the floor. single 21700 and powered by a DNA60. It’s hard not to love this, I even grew to love the bottom button enough to consider getting the kit to make the Wicket a bottom button.
They are also expensive, yeah so vape budget hands.
Look this turned into a little bit of a gush fest for the Wicket BLISS AIO from Limelight Mechanics but… that’s kinda what it was intended to be, hahaha. I’ll gush some more down here I guess. The Wicket AIO feels awesome, this delrin is soft to the touch and durable. This feels “high end” to me in so many ways.
The button will kinda rattle, that’s a bummer, but I’ll kinda forgive it because it clicks so so so so so nice. so nice. So long story short is we are getting married, and I’m excited about our future life together.
Lots to love about the TonyB Pulse AIO (by Vandy Vape), few personal nitpicks on an otherwise pretty rockin AIO. Truly and honestly if the black and smokey black didn’t arrive in the time I was shooting this video, It might have turned out differently.
Don’t forget to adjust that pin when you switch to a coil head based tank, and probably back again if you swap to a BORO tank. The chip was nice and snappy, plenty powerful with a good battery. Obviously, the 21700 battery life is a big improvement over the Billet Box’s 18650.
Cthulhu Mods and sometimes be pretty hit and miss for me. Thankfully their AIO is something that hits for me. I know other non-billet-boro options exist out there. Lots of them are as pricey and hard to get as a Billet Box. Seems like Cthulhu will be priced lower and be more available.
Door play it’s whatever on this AIO, there is a little and it’s kind of annoying hence the score. The included BORO is pretty great, the flavor on the MTL seemed to drop and return when I swapped down to the 0.8mm then back to the 1.2mm.
GeekVape Obelisk 65 FC = Faaaaaast charging. It is quite fast, I never kept a timer but it was always unexpectedly full, and honestly stays unexpectedly full thanks to the honkin battery. The hand feel of the Obelisk is really great, it’s thick but, it’s awesome.
At the end of the day, I don’t enjoy this anymore really than the original OBELISK 50w and I didn’t really care for that one to begin with.
The UWELL Whirl T1 Pod suffers from one and really ONLY one, pretty severe flaw IMO. The dang Whirl T1 pods will not stay seated on the battery. Sitting perfectly alone, the pod will somehow wiggle its way out and become loose.
When this happens the whole system kinda breaks down, the auto-switch won’t fire and you don’t get to use it. A quick press will fix this, but doing a quick press literally every time you vape is ridiculous and there are mountains of pods out there that this does not happen with.
Lost Vape Gemini Hybrid. As I said in the video, the 0.2 mesh coil heads vape AWESOME. The MTL coil heads also vape pretty great, but. I just can’t find an airflow that I like. One setting is to tight, one is too loose IMO.
The 510 adapter is a huge bonus imo, it also feel very very secure in there, it does not rely on just magnets like some other 510 adapters. The Lost Vape Gemini Hybrid is also UB Coil compatible, which means the RBA base for the Q-Ultra should work perfectly in this.