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.

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.

VooPoo can be both reliable and predictable. The Drag X PNP X kit is kinda just that. The 18650 isn’t amazing but isn’t awful. The PNP X heads get slurpy kinda like the TPP coil heads did. Overall the Drag X PNP X kit is a solidly “fine” kit.

Time to get rid of that top fill system though, it gets to be a much bigger pain the more you use it.

Been getting along really well with the Abyss AIO overall. I guess I only TRULY love it right now with its flagship bridge, the Ether. I’m hoping to see more Abyss exclusive bridges in the near future. The other bridges available for various coil heads all work fine, but don’t expect too similar of an experience to a sub-tank.

Everything has been holding up well, nothing loose or rattling around. No more destroyed buttons. If you’re on the ledge, let me push you a little closer and say, the last 3 months have been great, and I have high hopes for the future of the Abyss AIO “system”

THE 0.2 MESH VAPES SO GOOD! Despite all the branding and nonsense I’m going to re-up on these 0.2 mesh coils for the Uwell Havok AIO. The MTL is fine, but the least “good” of the two. Otherwise everything I said stands.

Pretty slick little banger, plagued by horrible graphics and branding. Good thing my mod says MESH on it, I might have forgotten what was in the middle of my coil heads. UWELL LET ME DESIGN A HAVOK V2 FOR YOU!

The original VINCI was the first mod/pod that I ever felt the auto draw on a lung hit, it was awesome. It’s still awesome, it’s just a little “sputtery” in my experience with it on the V2.

This is far and away the most finished, polished Vinci that VooPoo has done. The Vinci Two and the Vinci Two X are both solid feeling devices. The 6.5ml capacity is great and the final vape from the PNP coils are pretty great.

Really though the Whirl S is for anyone desiring to not smoke combustable tobacco cigarettes. This is an excellent performing, excellent tasting ( all be it maybe outdated looking ) MTL AIO. From loose and open to tight beyond reason, the Whirl S quickly and easily satisfied me.

I want to point out that this isn’t the most durable thing out there. This will not be the last vape AIO that you ever buy. China is on a almost-monthly refresh / release schedule. So chances are we will see another Uwell MTL AIO in the not to distant future, with maybe a few more new bells and whistles. Uwell quality is usually quite nice, so this should last for a while, but your mileage might vary.

This video is almost literally 5 solid min of me just gushing about the Vmate Pod. The Vmate is incredible, as I said in the video. So reliable, so consistent, such a good vape. SMOKERS will want to take a look at this pod. Use some 12mg ( normal nic ) and it will vape great. I tried these pods with a 705 VG liquid and it worked great. Dying to get my hands on more of these because it’s all I want to use.

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.

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