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.

The Uwell VALYRIAN 3 looks dented to me and will always look dented to me and I can’t not see it. It’s enough to make me not want to use this device regularly. The VALYRIAN 3 sub tank tho… now that is a banger.

How do you now love that flip top filling?! The 0.14 spare mesh coil head in this VALYRIAN is a BANGER. The 0.35 SS Mech is great, but less flavorful and much more OPEN of an airflow. I can only assume the 0.15 and 0.16 coil heads are equally awesome.

These really really really got off to a strong start man. The Target 200 got a solid week of use before I even opened up the Target 100. I started noticing little annoyances, and it really went downhill fast. The GTX coil heads I’m really into. I don’t remember them being quite this good.

Shame about the doors, shame about that platform on top. I’m not exaggerating when I say this 200w ( even now with its problems ) could have been a daily banger for me. Vaporesso killed it with that texture, the whole device feels awesome 9,000.

I’m not one for gimmicky coil heads. Innokin’s “DUO PRIME” coil heads for the Kroma 217 seem really gimmicky at first, turns out they are actually the best coil heads that INNOKIN has ever released. Evidently, there is another layer of mesh in the layers of cotton that warms up and helps draw liquid into the coil head. All I know is the 0.2 coil head lasted me weeks, and still shows no sign of slowing down.

The gripes are the gripes, it’s whatever. I wasn’t expecting The Kroma 217 to be flawless. Overall very impressed and satisfied with this kit from Innokin. Nice fit, nice finish, nice hand feel, excellent vape.

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.