I won’t say it again after this, but the AEGIS L200 is big. It does also fit dual 21700 batteries, so it kinda has to be big and I think the core AEGIS fans will be just fine with it. It’s an Aegis, not much else to say, GeekVape kinda killed it on this thing.
The tank isn’t my favorite, but the M coils are quite nice.
The screen is honestly really nice and feels quite durable. As with most things, don’t just drop it on concrete if you can help it. As I said in the video, I know this Geekvape AeGIS T200 Touch comes with the Aegis name, does not mean it’s going to be as rugged or durable as others in this same “AEGIS” line.
The dry hits were surprising, but also made sense with the low liquid, so just be aware. Right-handed, finger button people need not apply. I kinda think the Smok GPRIV 4 is a better kit.
I do feel really confident in my sticker rating of the GeekVape One FC, this was a deliberate, long, time spent review. I was really taken aback by this One FC. My first few days with this were TOO good. I was instantly skeptical that something this good, couldn’t possibly last. I was really waiting for the other shoe to drop on this pod.
It’s still going, and I’m still heavily using this and it just keeps going. I kept 3 pods going and they are all going, and going strong. Near new feeling. As always your mileage might vary. Grievances can be filed below in the comments.
I like the Geekvape M100 ( Aegis Mini 2 ) for a lot of the same reasons I loved that Geekvape Z50. Little reliable banger, super nice hand feel and ergonomics. I don’t love the M100 internal battery, but it does have a good capacity, I’m spoiled and sit at my desk all day. Not sure I would trust it as an all-day banger away from a charger.
The B coils on the M100 are rad, as you saw in the video they are compatible with other B coil head-based devices from GeekVape.