Here we go, it’s the Evolv Reflex pod.

Right out of the gate, the Reflex from EVOLV is quite pricey, quite fiddly and overall not a great vaping experience. The tech on the inside is pretty fascinating and works as intended. The vape does feel different than a traditional “on/off” airflow switch, but not by much. Certainly not enough to justify that sticker price.

As neat as the tech is, everything else on this pod falls terribly short. The fit and finish aren’t great. It feels outdated and cheap already. The airflow is uncomfortable, sharp, turbulent and uneven feeling. The airflow is also louder than other pods. The flavor is some of the worst I have had in a pod.

But wait… there is more…

At the end of the day, these KOKO Prime got me back using the Caliburn G batteries a lot more. I like the KOKO don’t get me wrong, but it is much more of a “lanyard” vape.

Form factor is much more suited to that. The Caliburn G is a much more normal natural shape we are used to. It works for a reason. Exact same vape, different form factors.

I did have some auto switch issues on the blue unit I received. That blue unit was from VERY early on, pre release. Every KOKO Prime afterward has been basically flawless. If I had to choose between the two, I would certainly go with the original Caliburn G battery / pod – 0.8ohm mesh coil boosh done love it.

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So the Aegis pod, yeah it’s REALLY Great for a short period. In my experience with this pod, the coil burn out is real. The coil heads start of FANTASTIC , I mean truly truly awesome.

Give it a few days on the same coil head and it will start tasting burnt, and soggy and bad. Otherwise, I love the look, i love the feel. It’s nice and high quality. USBC CHARGING!!! if GeekVape can improve these coil heads a bit, this would be an un-stoppable pod.