I feel like I repeated myself enough in this video that I don’t have much to add down here. I dig this DRAG 4 kit a lot. I kinda think VooPoo killed it with this A black and leather like the older DRAG X might be cool too.
Here’s the thing, at the end of the day I really really like the Argus Pods, no matter the battery they are in, but the Voopoo Argus P1 is one of the batteries I don’t care for that much. Most of my gripes are nit-picks and not anything objectively WRONG with it.
The Argus pods last me on average 2 /12 to 3 weeks of genuinely heavy heavy use.
VooPoo Vinci Se was honestly just 2 months of gush. Pretty sure the “throaty” thing was in my head, but it kept happening so frequently. Anyway, it’s whatever, Obviously I dig this thing. It’s not FLAWLESS but… If I had had this in 2009 when I was still smoking cigarettes? Game over man.
Sorry for the delay on the Pods Ranked video. Here we are all the way in Sept 2022. Many are leaving, some are staying but just barely. I’m adding another pod to the HALL OF FAME on GrimmGreen.com
So yeah I stand by everything I said in the video.
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.
I guess the thing getting the most banana stickers are the pods themselves rather than the vessel you choose to use. The Vmate-E is bigger and heavier, I think it’s supposed to be “feminine” but.. it’s just honkin.
I don’t hate it, but I personally want smaller and lighter-weight pods these days. The Vmate INFINITY is almost exactly what I wanted; unfortunately, it’s basically an updated Vmate battery, with a bit more open airflow.
There isn’t much I don’t enjoy about the VooPoo Drag Q. The form factor is baller, the light is cool, and it happens to vape pretty awesome in both the MTL and Restricted lung. Clearing the liquid pretty frequently on the MTL coil heads, but the damn vape is so good I just kinda put up with it.
I’m into this Q quite a bit
I’m actually not sure if I said this in the video, but the VooPoo Argus POD is giving me strong V-THRU / V-Mate vibes. Seriously though, this thing vapes awesome. I was only using a 50/50 liquid mix in it, I should have said that in the video. I don’t know right now how well this will hold up to a much thicker juice. The V-Thru / V-Mate pods did, so I have no reason to believe this wouldn’t.
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.
Well, it turns out that the VooPoo Vinci pods AREN’T hit and miss for me, they just seem to hit now. Everything also stays very very clean. Other than my deliberate over-fill, I’ve had zero issues with leaking on the VooPoo Vinci Q and Royal pod systems.
The coils / pods taste great and feel nice and saturated. These Vinci coil heads vape worlds better IMO than those older Vinci coil heads, despite being compatible with each other, and probably actually being the same coil heads. The quality is higher, it feels like VooPoo has really dialed in their MTL coil heads.