Maxus Max is not a great name but oh well. It vapes awesome with the exception of the M1 mesh which I didn’t really love so much. The others are all quite nice, and the M5 is a juice hog.
The device itself is honestly really great. Good hand feel, good weight, nice and clicky side fire button. Dual 18650 is pretty tried and true at this point and I honestly really love this display. I know there are bigger ones out there, this one just seems really crispy and colorful to me.
VooPoo can be both reliable and predictable. The Drag X PNP X kit is kinda just that. The 18650 isn’t amazing but isn’t awful. The PNP X heads get slurpy kinda like the TPP coil heads did. Overall the Drag X PNP X kit is a solidly “fine” kit.
Time to get rid of that top fill system though, it gets to be a much bigger pain the more you use it.
I’m convinced VooPoo has more products out on the market now at one time than they did in the heyday of 2016. Thankfully they are all mostly solid, and all mostly compatible with the exception of the TPP / PNP coil heads.
Look the Gene2 in the Drag X Pro is great, always gives me plenty of power and with the exception of that wake-up thing, it’s always nice, snappy, and accurate. Also, I’m really hoping my prediction about the tiny hole comes true, because a new MTL coil head from VooPoo would be cool.
I really think this Uwell Aeglos H2 mod pod is a sleeper. It’s a real nice performer for not a whole lot of money. The MTL kinda sucks, but as a restricted lung, it’s very nice. The 0.18 coils at 42 – 44 whats is a really enjoyable vape IMO.
New vapers for sure, veteran vapers maybe if you’re looking for something in this category. You want something a little lighter weight, a little more “corporate” feeling? The Aeglos H2 mod pod could be what you need to quit cigarettes.
I’m having a hard time denying the “just keep grabbing for it” mindset. Apart from being a solid direct lung vape, it just has that easy form factor that I really like to handle. Simple and easy, single 18650.
It’s not a REVOLUTIONARY product, we have seen most to all of this before, but Uwell does it well. As I said, it feels finished and complete. For a mod-pod banger, this is high on the list.
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.
The original VINCI was the first mod/pod that I ever felt the auto draw on a lung hit, it was awesome. It’s still awesome, it’s just a little “sputtery” in my experience with it on the V2.
This is far and away the most finished, polished Vinci that VooPoo has done. The Vinci Two and the Vinci Two X are both solid feeling devices. The 6.5ml capacity is great and the final vape from the PNP coils are pretty great.
Don’t mind my early grumpiness. After vaping this constructed coil I completely changed my mind. This thing vapes awesome and was … ehh.. mildly easy to build. I’m sure it gets easier and I can already kinda think about how I’ll do it faster next time. This is the first really successful coil building “kit” for coil heads that I have personally used. As I beat into the ground in the video, they never quite measure up.
It feels and vapes like a nice new fresh PNP coil head. The “turbo” nexMesh tasted nice. I would challenge someone to truly find a big difference between them, but it’s always nice to have options.
Every so often Vaporesso has a banger, this is that banger. I’m really into this Swag PX80 kit. It’s small and slick and powerful enough to run some GTX coil heads. Honestly, the real star of the show here is that coil head swapping system. It’s brilliant and works flawlessly. This is the most innovation I’ve seen in the world of sub-tanks since the inception of mesh coil heads.