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.

Everything I liked about the VooPoo Drag X Plus is everything I like about the VooPoo Drag X Plus Professional Edition. It’s a very slick and techy feeling single battery banger. The Gene chip is great because it’s the Gene chip ( Still have to wake it up, which bothers me, but not all ).

Between VooPoo, Geekvape and Digiflavor, there have been a lot of nice, regulated, single battery bangers. Combine this with a TPP or PNP or even just a 510 threaded RTA, good times ahead. Well done, VooPoo.

Innokin ( and most of China, now that I think about it ) has always just given us little upgrades here and there. Yeah this CoolFire z80 is probably the nicest most feature-rich best vaping CoolFire Kit to date. But it’s still just kinda…. there….

I would love to see a China company not release a product for like a YEAR. Then give it a truly great innovative “COOLFIRE XKRED27” or something. I guess it’s just getting old reviewing seemingly the same thing over and over and over again with little bells and whistles here and there. It still vapes great, but is overall mostly boring.

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.

The Crown 5 Tank is still a banger, I don’t love the awkward top fill, but it’s not a dealbreaker because the thing vapes awesome. I still do love the mod part of this Crown 5 Kit. Standing on it’s own, it’s pretty solid. Like I said in the video, the door does creak sometimes and there is some play side to side.

When you start comparing this to other recent mods like the Aegis Legend 2, this starts feeling a little cheaper. Still solid, just not as finished and polished if you know what I mean.

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?

I’m pretty confident in saying that the VooPoo drag 3 is my favorite version so far of the DRAG series. Again, this being the dual 18650 mod with a 510 connection. Going all the way back to even the first DRAG mod, I think VooPoo has always done a pretty solid job. I didn’t LOVE the Drag 2, but the Drag 3 is something that I would want to own.

The Drag 3 feels slick and “techy” kind of along the same lines as the LostVape dual 18650 devices. If you have nothing to vape, The Drag3 is the newest, most updated-est version of the DRAG mods. Alternatively you can probably also just wait two months and get the Drag 3 “Prime” or “Plus” or “max”… probably

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.