Here’s the thing, I actually don’t hate the GeekVape E-100. I wish with all of my wishes that it was a single 21700 battery configuration on the inside. These P-Series coil heads are very flavorful and designed for cloud chasing; they wick liquid very very efficiently and quickly. But that is also kind of the problem because this device loves to be vaped. If you leave these coil heads sitting in the tank, sitting in liquid for too long, it’s just gurgle city Utah.
I found it easy to Vape through the gurgle. It goes away after about 4 to 5 pulls, but almost every time I pick this thing up the Gurgle is there.
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.
I have a feeling most everybody will go for the VooPoo Argus XT due to the swapable 18650. Me personally… for some reason… I just really have always liked an internal battery device so it’s Argus MT all the way for me. I really like them for traveling. I guess this goes back to that old Innokin MVP from back in the day.
Anyway, the MAAT tank is ugly, and one of my coils was DOA, but the remaining coils vape like a good TPP coil head does. Also one last time… the finish on this VooPoo Argus MT is really a thing of beauty.
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.
Having never used the original MAG devices from Smok, I totally see the appeal of them. The Smok MAG 18 fits in my hand like it was made for it. Super comfy experience. The TFV18 tank is good, but kinda just good. It’s my least favorite part of this kit. If I could get the MAG 18 with the TFV18 mini tank, then we would really have something.
Had some altitude-related leaking, but not any still in my day-to-day normal use. Everything on this device held up wonderfully, even the coil head lasted a few weeks.
As I said in the video. On any other day, without the RGB lights, the Freemax Maxus Solo is simply fine. Maybe a bit better than fine. Solid construction and a good chip, paired with good Freemax coil heads is a pretty winning combo. But honestly not anything revolutionary or anything.
RGB and LEDs aren’t exactly revolutionary either, but they add some style and bells and whistles that make this kinda stand apart. I think they did it in a really cool way, and most importantly gave you a lot of control over the lights including turning them off.
Here’s the thing, the VooPoo Argus GT2 mod is pretty bang on. I worry about the door sometimes, but honestly overall in my day-to-day use ( without whacking it with a piece of wood ) it feels quite secure. The hand feel is baller and the weight is kinda just right. In my opinion, it’s not quite as cool as the OG VooPoo Argus GT.
I’ll pass on this MAAT tank if I’m being really truthful. The airflow isn’t really my favorite, it gets a little sharp and sometimes choppy.
Going back the OG Gen did have a slight “Plasticy” feel as well. I know people are going to ask about the 510. I know the OG had a press-fit 510 and on this one, I have no idea of how to look for that. I’ve yanked and put stress on it. Seems to be holding up. Seem like more time will tell on that. So I’ll keep rocking this as a daily and let you know.
Otherwise, I said what I said about the Gen 200W and 80W. Kinda meh, kinda fine. The GTI Coil heads are really where it’s at with these. You can get those in other kits as well tho. I still think they are both really really boring looking and feeling.