There is a lot to like about the Univapo Miso Pro Pod System. The overall vape experience is very enjoyable. The size is nice, the battery is nice, the fact that you can turn off the button while still having the air switch available and that is everything on a pod to me.

Otherwise nothing really exciting or fun it just works well, The colors are neat and Unique I guess. it’s a pod that will work as a pod. I will say that I LOVE that you don’t have to pull the pod out on the Miso Pro to side-fill it.

Kind of enjoying my trip down ‘Smok products I never got to try but now I found a shop that sells them so I bought a bunch” road. Today we arrive at the “THINER” pod. It’s one of those Sourin types of credit card-looking vapes.

It honestly works great. The draw feels smoker-ish to me. Tight but not crazy, some good resistance. Flavor is good but fades fast and ends up kind of just being ok. Compared to things like the Smok NORD or the Uwell Caliburn A2, the Smok Thiner Pod felt like the flavor started off at a lower bar.

The SMOK Novo 4 is still impressing me on every level, even all of the replacement coil heads I tried worked really well. People generally give SMOK a hard time for leaking pods or burnt pods. I experienced neither of those things, if / when I do I will report back.

The NOVO 4 is better than the NOVO X by a lot IMO, just a much better vape all around and the AFC actually works. As I said, I’m still continuing to use these, and will report back in a PODS RANKED video with how much longer they go.

Interesting few months for the pods ranked, no HUGE surprises regarding the Caliburn A2, it’s still banging right along. I forgot to say this in the video but I have had one single completely junky Caliburn A2 pod, lasted maybe 1 day. Otherwise, they have been awesome.

Vthru still strong, honestly the Havok is still going SHOCKINGLY strong. Call it what you want, that SORIN Air Mod is kind of laying waste to most everything else on my desk. It’s kind of crazy. Ultimately how you define a “pod” is up to you, use whatever keeps you off cigarettes.

I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a Suorin product quite this much, but the Suorin Air Mod is just that damn good. Yeah, it’s “bigger” than most hence the “mod” nomenclature. The bigger battery life is absolutely worth it and the 3ml pod is rad as hell.

Clear leader of the pack IMO, this is going to make my next “PODS RANKED” video very interesting I think. Size matters and this one is big, so it may not replace something small like a KOKO, but… I think The Suorin Air Mod definitely has a place.

Last recap: OG Caliburn good. OG KOKO good. Caliburn-G meh. KOKO-Prime meh. Caliburn A2 GOOD!! KOKO A2 GOOD!! I feel pretty confident in my time with these coil heads. Happy to report they are really great. I like them more than the G coil heads and I like them MUCH more than the Yearn Neat 2 coil heads. This Caliburn A2 feels like a throwback to the first one, and I like that a lot.

Best Caliburn so far. Which will probably be beaten by the 2022 Caliburn / KoKo series. The KoKo has a lanyard thing too if you dig those, it works great.

The UWELL Whirl T1 Pod suffers from one and really ONLY one, pretty severe flaw IMO. The dang Whirl T1 pods will not stay seated on the battery. Sitting perfectly alone, the pod will somehow wiggle its way out and become loose.

When this happens the whole system kinda breaks down, the auto-switch won’t fire and you don’t get to use it. A quick press will fix this, but doing a quick press literally every time you vape is ridiculous and there are mountains of pods out there that this does not happen with.

It’s pretty easy to get sucked into how “rugged” and cool this pod looks. Even now looking at it I want to use it. This iJoy Captain Airgo just doesn’t stack up for me unfortunately. That button is a bummer, the auto draw is a bummer. Literally everything else is cool, which makes this iJoy Captain Airgo all that more painful. Hoping for a maybe “fixed” version soon, because China.

Suorin has come a long way since I last tried their products. This Suorin Air Pro is worlds better than I remember Suorin being. Full rich flavorful coil heads, Smooth ( but more loose ) draw, nice sized battery and pod.

It’s kinda hard to not dig the Suorin Air Pro. Even with the slightly bigger size, I really like having that bigger battery. The pods / coil heads seem to have a very very average life. The Suorin Air Pro pods start off REALLY strong and crispy and flavorful. After 3-4 pods the flavor dips a little and the crispy drops a little. It settles into a highly decent vape for the rest of its life. No shopping links allowed.

It’s the Uwell Yearn 2 or (Neat) as it says on the battery. Today we’re going to not just discuss the Yearn 2, but also compare it to literally every other pod system that I really love. It does shockingly well in the lineup.

The Yearn 2 itself is a great vaping ( if not cheap and disposable feeling ) pod system. The battery feels flimsy as hell, but the pods vape REALLY well. The airflow is on the stiff side, feels much more like a JUUL than most other pods out there. The flavor is top-notch from these things.