When your expectations are low, there is nowhere to go but up. Turns out this GeekVape Z50 kit is kinda rad as hell for a little single ( internal ) battery device / sub tank combo. The Z “nano” Tank is slick and slender. The B Coil heads vape like the P and Z coil heads, which is to say they vape great.

And here’s the thing, I’m surprised at how much I am using this and how much I like it. Just a quick, snappy, reliable, satisfying vape. GeekVape overall has stepped up their fit and finish / techy feeling game lately. Even though this looks visually like a product from years ago, the quality overall is much much better these days.

Slick, Techy, Finished, Well-vaping are all words I would use to describe the GeekVape Obelisk 60 AIO. The “P” coil heads vape identically to the “Z” coil heads, which is to say good. Airflow feels hollow-ish, but really my big gripe is the filling.

The filling / visualization of liquid the Geekvape Obelisk AIO 60 just kinda blows. This isn’t my first rodeo, I’ve used probably thousands of coil head based tanks. This is the first time in a long time I got a legit dry coil head hit. This is why I use RTA’s or drip with an RDA. AIO’s are a necessity for a lot of people, and thankfully there are some better ones out there than this.

I feel like I really nailed the analogies in this video. Really loving the Aegis Legend 2. I know the original has a huge following, and this thing really has a lot to live up to, but I really feel like GeekVape is making some of the more slick and “techy” feeling devices lately.

It keeps a lot of what made the original Legend so cool, but gives it a much more “next gen” feel. In spite of the floppy USBC port cover, it still feels “next gen” IMO. There has got to be a better way to do that, right?