Augvape V200 mod review

Augvape has become very popular thanks to a friend’s drip . About this dripka reviews took off probably all the bloggers in the field of vaping. 
And the engineers presented the electronic box-mod Augvape V200. A fashion tweak is a metal case that is styled to fit the cylinder head of a Honda car engine. Surely the emphasis in the creation of this device was placed on fans of this brand of car.



Comes mod in a plastic box that looks very presentable. Inside the box-mod, the branded USB cable, which looks very nice, although a bit short, about 0.5 m, USER-manual (color, English language), card for participating in an inste party in Augvape.

Information for information

Augvape V200 mod is made of zinc alloy and is available in three colors: white, black (matte), red, has three modes of operation: varivat, mechmod mode – Bypass and another varivatt mode – V Mode, raises the mode from 0.05 ohms in any modes It works on two 18650 batteries and is capable of charging them with a current of 1.2 A.

Height: 90 mm 
Width: 45 mm 
Thickness: 29 mm 
Weight without batteries / with them: 165 g / 258.2 g


Technical parameters:
Operating modes: varvatt / bypass / V Mode, 
Operating resistance: from 0.05 to 3 Ohms, 
Output power: from 5 to 200 W, 
Output voltage: from 0 to 8.4 V, 
Input voltage: from 6 to 8.4 V, 
Battery charging current: 1.2 A


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On top is a steel connector. The positive pin is gilded and has a tight turn, which will have a good effect on contacts with the atomizer or drip. The half-millimeter connector platform rises above the main body part and thus the paint on the body will not scratch and peel off. You can wind the atomizer up to 30 mm due to the central location of the connector and a large area of ​​landing.

The body is metal, painted with matte paint. Fingerprints remain in the black version. On the red and white this was not observed. 
Parts of the case are connected with screws. The main part of the mod has a monochrome display, the size of 0.96 inches.

Fire button stylized display, slightly toned. The contact area of ​​fire is approximately 12 mm by 12 mm. Under the button there is an LED that starts to burn only at the moment of pressing and during the day it is not visible at all, only at night. 
Next to the “Start” button there is a wheel, which acts as the “minus” and “plus” buttons. 
There is also a port for connecting a USB cable.

At the bottom there is a battery cover, which walks a little on the hinges, but closes adequately, did not open itself during the tests. 
The lid has a battery label and polarity. Also implemented charge balance system.

Mode control and operation modes

The mode turns on after the fire button is pressed 5 times. The combination of the fire and minus buttons locks the wheel, while the fire continues to work. 
On the display all the necessary information: voltage, winding resistance, current, battery capacity.

By and large, in the boxing mode there are essentially 2 main modes: varivatt and Bypass. V Mode is also a variation and there is not much difference with the usual variation. 
The mod does an excellent job with resistance of 0.05 ohms, so there should not be any problems in burning the spiral. 
The board works very quickly after clicking on the fire. 
The modem charges for a long time, since the charging current is only 1.2 A. At the same time, the long process of charging the batteries has a beneficial effect on their lifespan upwards.

Overall impression

The device turned out to be interesting, the board works adequately. There are no thermo-control modes and therefore some such vap will not enter. In general, there are no complaints about the operation of the device. The only point is to the size of the mod. Thickness and width – everything is fine here and it’s nice to hold it in your hand. However, the V200 is tall. With atoms such as Griffin AIO or the popular TFV12 and TFV12 Prince, the bond will be very long. And so all is well.

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Geekvape Aegis Mini Review

Product intro and specs

The Geekvape Aegis Mini Mod is the latest box mod from longtime popular manufacturer Geekvape. Mostly known for their atomizers like the Ammit, Griffin and Zeus series, Geekvape has also given us some solid mods lately. Their Aegis, Aegis Legend and Gbox squonker were all good mods, and the Nova was excellent.

The Geekvape Aegis Mini is an internal battery mod rated at 80 watts and, true to its name, is designed as a really small version of the original Aegis. It’s available in a whopping 17 color configurations, with some of them featuring the colors of country flags, which is pretty unique. Can the Aegis Mini live up to Geekvape’s previous offerings? I hope so, but keep reading to find out.

First impressions

Geekvape Aegis Mini Review

When I first got this mod, I was pretty impressed with the design. They kept the same sleek and classy look of the Aegis and Aegis Legend but shrunk it down into a tiny and lightweight body. I’ve always been a fan of the looks of this series of mods. I got two of them, the stealth black and the black and green. One for using and testing and the other to test the durability and waterproofing of the mod, just in case it was to fail. This has happened to me on a few mods like the Wismec Active, that wasn’t waterproof at all. The menu system and screen are the same as all of the other Aegis mods, simple to use and with plenty of features. Overall, I was pretty impressed with this mod.

Build quality and design

When I say that the Aegis Mini is small, I really mean it; easily one of the smallest mods I’ve come across. It is around the same size as a Voopoo Mojo, but also very light. I weighed the Mojo at 172 grams, and it’s a light mod, but the Aegis Mini weighs in at 122.4 grams. It’s also very comfortable to hold thanks to the rubber coating. The design is broken down into a few parts. The main part of the mod is metal but coated in a nice thick rubber that has shown no signs of wearing and is there for durability and comfort. The flair part is the trim which matches the fire button and the adjustment buttons. And lastly, the leather, which has a ton of design options as well. The stitching on mine matches the trim color, which looks really good.

There is no button rattle at all on this mod. The 510 pin is great, although a little on the short side as far as travel goes — with some longer atomizers it can leave a slight gap. The 510 platform itself can fit a 25 mm atomizer with room to spare, and this type of mod isn’t really usable with anything bigger, so overhang won’t be an issue. The screen is a nice and bright 0.96-inch black and white screen that is easy to see. The USB port is on the bottom, and you need to remove a rubber plug to access it. The leather feels nice and looks great — just an overall well-designed good-looking mod.

Durability testing

Geekvape Aegis Mini Review

The Aegis Mini is IP67 rated, so I tested it like the other mods with this rating. I tested the waterproofing first by putting it in a hot tub at 102 F temp at a depth of about one meter. I had the mod turned on and left it in for ten minutes. I came back and took it out and dried it off and it still worked fine. Then I let it sit for 72 hours, in case water got inside. Came back and checked it and the mod still worked as it should. No issues there.

Then I went for durability testing. The first test was a one-meter drop onto concrete to simulate slipping from my hand. It passed the test with no real damage. Then I did a two-meter drop onto concrete the same way. It passed the test without a problem. It just scraped the outside rubber a little bit, but still worked and looked fine. For the final test, I threw it up in the air around four meters high and gave it some spin so it could fall randomly. The bottom left corner of the mod landed onto the concrete which cracked the screen but other than that, it still works fine, and that’s more abuse than a mod should be able to take

Overall, it’s a pass for both shock resistance and water resistance, but being as this is the third mod in this series, I do have a few suggestions how they could improve the drop performance. The rubber bumpers around the frame should protrude out a little to protect the screen on this mod or build the screen indented into the mod like their Nova, as the screen seems to be its weakest link. The other is to make the buttons rubber, or have them sit flush with the screen like Aspire did with their Skystar mod. Those two changes would make it even more rugged, in my opinion.

Features and functions

As far as the modes go, it has the standard power mode, TC modes for Ni200, Ti, and SS, TCR mode, as well as a bypass mode and a VPC (watt curve mode). Everything you need pretty much in a mod so no complaints there. Some preheat options for power mode would have been nice but since it has VPC, not a big deal.

Using the Geekvape Aegis Mini

Geekvape Aegis Mini Review

The Geekvape Aegis Mini is a pretty basic mod, and if you’ve used any Geekvape mod recently, it works the same way. Here’s a rundown.

  • Five clicks of the fire button to turn on and off
  • Three clicks to enter the menu mode
  • Up and down to cycle through modes
  • Fire to select the mode
  • Up and down to adjust the other settings in each mode
  • Hold fire to accept the settings
  • Fire + up or down adjusts the screen brightness
  • Up + down to lock adjustment buttons but the mod can still be fired

Overall, very simple and easy to navigate.

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Power mode performance

Geekvape Aegis Mini Review

Geekvape lists the specs at 80 watts, 8 volts, and 30 amps. I’m happy they listed all three as I feel every company should do that. During my testing, the max achieved wattage was 91 watts, So it is accurately rated and capable of doing a bit more than the 80 watts listed. The amp limit I got was 25 A, which is in the average range for internal battery mods these days (25-30 A). However, that was with a 0.12-ohm build and 78 watts so it’s possible the amp limit is even a little higher than that as I was capped off by the watt limit. The volt limit I got with a 0.61-ohm coil was 7.469 which shows there is a boost circuit like there should be in this style of a mod and, again, I was limited by the watts, so it could be even higher. I consider it accurately rated.

Geekvape Aegis Mini Review

The great thing about this mod is I was never capped off by the volt or amp limit. I was able to get the full 80+ watts with all my tests which had resistances from 0.12 ohm to 0.63 ohms. The VPC mode also works excellent. The mod adjusts in 0.1-watt increments but if you hold the button down it’ll go by a full watt until you release it. Not a bad system at all and adjusts quickly. Even when pushed to its limits, the mod never got hot, which is very impressive. It also proved to be a pretty accurate mod; though it does hit a little on the high side. I’d suggest starting about 10 watts lower than you normally would with a different mod to compensate for that. It didn’t struggle at all with the 0.12-ohm build either which is impressive. Overall, a great performer in power mode.

Temperature control mode performance

Using SS316L wire in TCR Mode and in SS mode, I tested five builds:

  • Two simple round single-coil builds
  • Two simple round dual-coil builds
  • One fancy wire single-coil build

I also locked my resistance. The default TCR for SS mode is 105 which isn’t for SS316 but for SS304 instead. I wish companies wouldn’t use that value since most people using SS wire for temp control use SS316 wire. They either have to set the default in the 88-92 range or at least label it as SS304 mode instead. I normally use a TCR of 92 but unfortunately, using 92 in TCR mode produces way too little of a vape on the Aegis Mini as it cuts off way early. Even turning the mod up to 600 F couldn’t provide a warm vape. Using SS mode gave similar results so I needed to play around in TCR mode to dial it in.

After some playing around, I found the best TCR for SS316 wire to be 120. Using that setting, it provides a warm vape in the 430-470 F range as it should be and you can adjust higher or lower for your preference. The dry hit protection is good, and the throttle is smooth. It’s not going to be DNA mod level by any means, but it’s a pretty good vape in temperature control mode with those settings. I just wish it didn’t need as much adjustment to get it right — they should tweak it to make it more accurate on their next mod.

Battery and charge testing

Since it’s an internal battery mod, and only charges through the USB, I felt it’s important to check their specs. They list the charge rate at 2 amps and the battery capacity at 2200mah. In my testing, the max charge rate I got was 1.23 amps. When companies list 2-amp charging it rarely means you’ll get the full 2 amps as it’s a max ability, but most of the time it’ll be 1.5 and above while charging. This mod was between 1 and 1.5 amps, so I feel a more accurate rating would have been 1.5 amp charging and it should have been listed at that.

That’s not the only thing overstated sadly. The battery is listed at 2200 mAh, however I found it to be 1787 mAh and should be listed as an 1800 mAh battery. What does that mean? Well still 1800 mAh isn’t bad depending on how you use it, and the 1.5-amp charging is still pretty fast but I’d say the mod is best used at 45 or less watts for decent battery life. I’m not happy about the overstated limit, but it wouldn’t surprise me if other companies did that as well, so I’ll make sure going forward that I test these claims in my reviews for internal battery mods to keep companies honest.

Pros / Cons

  • Build Quality
  • Color options (17 total)
  • Nice paint job
  • Small and lightweight design
  • No button rattle
  • Power mode performance
  • Watt curve mode
  • Fire button feels good
  • Accurately rated for watts amps and volts
  • Good temp control performance with the right settings
  • Boost circuit
  • Large and bright black and white screen
  • Handles 25 mm atomizers without overhang
  • Simple and easy to use menu system
  • Full power available in TC mode
  • Water resistant
  • Rugged design can handle drops
  • Leather feels good
  • No preheat options for power mode
  • Slight gap with some atomizers
  • Temp control needs custom TCR to work well
  • it should be more accurate
  • Overstated charge rate (should be listed at 1.5 amps)
  • Overstated battery capacity (should be listed at 1800 mah)


Overall, Geekvape took a nice rugged mod and shrunk it down to a more portable version making it a very nice beginner device. If you vape under 45 watts, and especially if you vape MTL, it’s a great mod to pair with an RTA for a small portable setup that doesn’t need to be babied and will give some decent battery life. It’s easily one of the three best internal battery mods I’ve come across this year along with the Mojo and Kroma-A, while being the smallest of the three and by far the most durable. I wasn’t happy about the overstated battery and charge rate but they nailed the rest of it, so this one is well worth a look in my opinion if you want a small internal battery mod.

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Smok Stick V9 Max Kit Preview – Maximum “Smok-ness”

The Stick V9 Max Kit By Smok Previewed

The Smok Stick V9 Max kit is a new vape pen kit from Smok following on from some of their previous Stick mods – Stick Prince Baby, Stick Prince, Stick AIO and of course as its Smok the list goes on and on usually with or without a suffix like “baby” “beast” or “prince”.stick v9 max poster

So yes as stated above there have been (what feels like) billions of different Stick kits so why is the V9 Max any different?stick v9 max kit components

Well the mod part has a huge 4000mAh battery capacity – much bigger than the Stick V8 at 3000mAh.stick v9 max battery

Plus the mod is a whopping 28mm diameter – I suppose that is to balance out the big fat vape tank sat on the top.

There is a single fire button which has a backlight. With just 2 clicks the colour code will tell you the battery capacity remaining – Green = above 70%, Orange = 30-70% and Red = below 30%.

The included tank is the Smok Stick V9 Max tank which is bloody huge with an 8.5ml capacity. stick v9 max tank poster

There are different glass options to change the tank capacity which you can buy separately.

The kit includes the S1 single mesh and S2 quad mesh coils. However it isn’t as straightforward as that is it – ooooh no. The coil could be either the Mini or Baby V2 depending on whether the kit is the Standard Version or the International version – how easy is that…

There are 6 colours to choose from – 7 Colour, Red, Blue, Black Plating, Gold and Stainless Steel.stick v9 max kit colours

Kit Includes

  • Smok Stick V9 Max Mod
  • Smok Stick V9 Max tank
  • 1xBaby/Mini V2 S1 single mesh coil
  • 1xBaby/Mini V2 S2 quad mesh coil
  • Spare parts
  • USB Cable
  • User manual

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Smok Stick V9 Max Mod Specs

  • Size: 87.8x28mm
  • Weight: 133.5g
  • Battery: 4000mAh internal
  • Output: [email protected] (3.3-4.2V)
  • Fire button
  • LED indicator light for battery charge

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Smok Stick V9 Max Tank Specs

  • Size: 35x54mm (inc bubble glass)
  • Capacity: 8.5ml
  • Coils: Smok Mini V2 (international edition) / Smok Baby V2 (Standard Edition)
  • 3 glass size options
  • Slide top fill
  • Adjustable bottom airflow

stick v9 max tank specsThis does look like a handy kit to have around when out and about with the massive battery and tank capacity.

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Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80W TC Review

80W Vaporesso Tarot Nano TC Kit

Vaporesso has been on a roll as of late, churning out mod after mod that give you a lot for your money. One of their recent releases is the mighty Tarot Nano 80W TC.

Don’t let its diminutive size put you off, because this little device can churn out 80 watts of power and has temperature control to boot. Oh, and it looks good too.

Let’s take a closer look…


Inside the box you’ll find the mod itself, a Veco Tank (with EUC coil installed), a spare glass tube, a micro USB cable, and a spare Clapton 0.3 ohm EUC coil.

Appearance-wise, the Tarot Nano looks a lot like a miniaturised Tarot Pro 160W, but with the 510 connector centred.

There’s an LED screen on one side with the fire button on top – works kinda well. The adjustment buttons are just below the screen with the mode button under that.

Fortunately, Vaperesso thought this one through and put the micro USB port is on the side allowing you to charge the unit while standing it upright.

Something a lot of other mini MODs fail to do, so well done here.

The overall build quality is superb, and the design is top-notch.

Depending on the colour, the sides of the device are gilded with various designs ranging from carbon fibre-like to a funky multi-coloured skin.

80W Vaporesso Tarot Nano TC Full Contents
  • 1 x Tarot Nano MOD – 2500mAh
  • 1 x VECO Tank (Clapton 0.4ohm EUC coil)
  • 1 x Replacement Glass Tube with Orings
  • 1 x Extra Traditional Ceramic EUC 0.5ohm coil
  • 1 x User guide and Warranty card
  • 1 x Micro-USB cable
  • Dimensions: 69 x 38 x 22.4mm
  • Battery capacity: 2500mAh
  • Wattage Range: 5W to 80W
  • Temperature Range: 100℃ – 315℃ /200F – 600F
  • Suitable Atomizer: 0.15 – 5 ohm
  • Display: OLED 0.91 inch
  • Thread: 510 thread
  • Size: 48mm x 22mm
  • Tank capacity: 2ml
  • Coil: 0.4ohm (40 – 50w); 0.5ohm (25 – 35w)

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For such a small device I was surprised by the amount of features it has.

To start with it comes with the Vaporesso-made Omni Board chipset, which is a great performer across the board.

The MOD’s capable of hitting up to 80 watts of power and can handle resistances down to 0.15 ohms.

In temperature control mode, you’ll be able to work within a temp range of 280F to 600F (100C to 315C), and you can use Stainless Steel, Titanium, and Nickel coils.

There is also a TCR mode with two programmable settings.

Aside from VW and TC, you can also access Smart VW mode (which reads the atomiser and sets a safe range automatically), CCW (custom curve wattage), CCT (custom curve temperature), and bypass (which essentially turns the device into a mechanical mod).

The modes can be activated via the dedicated Mode Button, which means you don’t have to dive deep into the menu system.

As great as this all sounds, I still managed to find a slight flaw, which may or may not be a big deal to you. I found that you can’t adjust the wattage while in TC mode.

I’m not particularly big on TC mode, but if I was, this would be a little annoying. Why so many companies fail to offer such a basic function is beyond me.

But hey, I guess you can’t always have it all!

At least the firmware is upgrade-able. Who knows, maybe they’ll add this feature in a future update.

80W Vaporesso Tarot Nano TC

The display is your standard variety OLED screen, which I really like.

It has sufficient brightness that is readable under sunlight, and displays the usual basic information you need at a glance.

This includes your battery level, atomiser resistance, wattage or voltage, and power/temperature.

80W Vaporesso Tarot Nano TC MOD Kit

Like most “mini” devices, the Tarot Nano is powered by a built-in battery.

Unlike other mini devices, however, this mod has a very capable 2500mAh battery installed.

How long your battery lasts depends on your wattage and how frequently you vape.

When I used it moderately through the day I managed to get about a full day’s usage without having to charge.

Not bad by any means.

Charging is done via the USB port, and fortunately, the device charges pretty fast.

From a completely dead battery, you can reach 60% in five minutes, though it takes 40 minutes to reach 75%.

And for a full charge you can expect to charge for around an hour and a half.

Again, quite impressive.

80W Vaporesso Tarot Nano TC USB Port

The Tarot Nano Kit comes with its own 22mm Veco Tank with a 2ml e-juice capacity.

The flavour is very good and vapour production is decent. Swapping out the coils is also super easy and won’t require you to drain the tank.

You can easily change coils without spillage or leakage.

I found the airflow adjustment to be a little tight, which can be a good thing since this means you won’t easily adjust the airflow while in transit.

The tank is also top fill, which is another plus for me.  What keeps the tank from being perfect though is the non-adjustable 510 pin.

Not a deal breaker for me, but this can cause some issues when the tank is used on a different mod.

Finally, the drip tip does get hot if you chain vape.

Again, not a major issue for me as I don’t often chain vape, but I noticed it does get hotter than a lot of other tanks I vape on frequently.

Veco Tank
  • 23mm and up will have overhang – Due to the mod’s size, atomisers 23mm and up will look awkward. With many of today’s tanks being built larger than this, it has to be noted as a con!
  • Tank Drip Tip Gets Hot – If you like to chain vape, be prepared for a this drip tip to get pretty darn warm!
  • Non-adjustable 510 Pin – The tank might not work with other mods with deep 510 connectors
  • Jam Packed with Features – For its size, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the amount of features it has
  • Side USB Port – No need to lay the mod down while charging
  • Great Design – How it looks and feels makes this compact device a pleasure to use
  • Smart wattage – Great for beginners who are just starting out and don’t know where to start
  • Clicky Buttons – Gives a satisfying click every time you use it
  • Dedicated Mode Button – Easy access to all the modes without needing to get lost in the menu system
  • Bypass Function – Advanced users will enjoy the option to go full mech (not recommended for beginners)
  • Tank has Good Flavour – For a kit tank, the Veca produces great flavour
  • Easily Swap Coils – No spillage when changing coils means a better overall experience
  • Tight Airflow Adjustment – Minimises accidental adjustments while the mod is in your pocket or purse
  • Top-Fill – Easy refilling on the fly

Honest review time: The Spryte AIO from Aspire

Aspire has been around for years now making some of the industries best vape products and in fact my second starter kit was produced by them the Aspire Premium Kit which I must admit made a huge difference in getting me off the smokes. Over the years as things evolved I continued to use various Aspire products and very recently they reached out about a review of one of their latest. Aspire has released several pod mods of late with the Aspire Breeze and the Breeze 2 being among the most popular on the market so I was quite interested to see the kit they sent over was a new and slightly different pod style device. Here are my honest thoughts on the Spryte by Aspire.

Package contents:

  • 1 Aspire Framed Under System
  • 1 1.8ohm BVC Coil
  • 1 1.2ohm BVC NS Coil
  • 1 Silicone Seal
  • 2 Extra O-Rings
  • 1 MicroUSB Cable
  • 1 Warranty Card
  • 1 Instructional Manual

Listed features:

Pod Features:

  • 3.5ml(2ml for TPD) juice capacity
  • Resistance: 1.8/1.2ohm
  • Adjustable airflow system
  • Aspire BVC 1.8 ohm Coil(Rated for 3V – 5V)
  • Aspire BVC 1.2 ohm Coil(Rated 10-12w for Nic salt based liquids)
  • Easy to use “pull-out”-“push and click system” with a generous 4.6mm filling hole
  • Bottom filling design
  • PEPG tank

Battery Features:

  • 26mm x 108mm x 26mm
  • Output wattage: 12W
  • Max charging current: 1000mA
  • The Spryte’s sleek minimalist design fits well in pocket or purse and the protective top cap fits snugly on to the bottom of the device when in use.
  • LED light display
  • Spring-loaded fire button
  • Built-in 650mAh battery capacity
  • Micro-USB charging port
  • Aluminum alloy construction


Packaging and contents:

The Aspire Spryte comes packed in a simple black cardboard box with an image of the product on the front while on the back it lists the contents, some basic company info as well as a scratch and check authenticity sticker. It’s pretty modest looking packaging but it did a good job protecting the contents so no complaints about the box. Inside, the device and extras are protected by a plastic shell so it all arrived safe and sound. In the kit you get the Aspire Spryte AIO device, two types of BVC coils, a micro USB cable for charging and a bag of spares. In the spares bag you get two black orings and a replacement fill plug for the included pod. The kit also includes a manual and a warranty card. Really not a whole lot of extras or anything but you do get what you need to get started.


The Device:

The device is quite large for a pod device when compared to others in its class but at least it includes some handy features we don’t see on too many others out there. Don’t get me wrong it’s still very pocket friendly but Aspire definitely isn’t going for small and stealthy like many of its competitors with the Spryte. It’s rectangular in shape but the edges are all rounded so it’s quite comfortable to hold. It’s roughly the size of a stick of butter at about 108mm tall and 26mm wide and  deep but at least it won’t melt in your hand. It comes with a clear plastic cap to keep dust and germs out of the mouthpiece that matches the shape of the device and when it’s removed it can be attached to the bottom of the Spryte much like the cap of a pen. The top and bottom of the device are slanted so when it’s sitting on a desk it’s kind of like looking at the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It’s surprisingly stable thanks to the wide flat bottom which also houses the micro USB port for charging up the 650mAh internal battery. Considering the size of this thing I’d have thought they would cram in a much bigger battery as 650mAh seems fairly small in comparison to some other devices in its size category but it does the job and lasts considerably longer then the 350mAh pods that have been popular of late. It’s got a regulated 12w output and appears to be a constant output device meaning the performance won’t deplete as the battery does until the battery is drained and the device cuts out completely. It’s got a single spring loaded button that’s used to turn the device on and off with five clicks and also to fire the device. Unlike the aluminum alloy body of the device the button is clear which allows the LED indicator light to be seen through it. The LED is used to indicate when it’s firing, remaining battery life, as well as when it’s charging. When connected to power it will flash blue and red three times and when fully charged it will flash blue and red twenty times then remain off. When pressing the fire button the colour of the LEDs will indicate the remaining battery charge, Purple is nearly full, blue is about half empty and red is nearly empty.


The Pod:

The 3.5ml pod is probably the more interesting aspect of this device. The pod is translucent so you can see the exact level of juice in it from nearly any angle. It uses a push pull system to click in to place on the top of the device. It’s made of PEPG and has an unusual shape especially thanks in part to the shape of the Spryte as the pod conforms to the slanted rectangular shape of the device. The pod is mostly square but angled much like the device with a wide thin drip tip built-in. Think pipe tip and you’ll have an idea of the shape. It’s quite comfortable on the lips but seems a bit big for mouth to lung. At least with this device the airflow is adjustable thanks to a little AFC ring on the underside of the pod but even when full open it’s still fairly restricted thanks to the size of the coils. I’ve been using it about half closed for a nice restricted mouth to lung hit and it’s been great. It’s the underside of the pod that also lets you swap the coils that the pod uses. To replace the coil you unscrew the little AFC cap on the bottom of the pod, remove the coil and replace it with one of the spares. If you keep the cap on it will let you stand the pod up upside down which makes the filling and coil replacing process all the more easy. Also on the underside is the fill port which Aspire boasts is 4.6mm wide which should let just about any size tip fit when filling the pod.


The Coils:

The kit comes with two coils. Both are Aspires BVC coils but one of them has been re-visited to better handle salt based nicotine. In the kit you get one Aspire BVC 1.8 ohm Coil(Rated for 3V – 5V) and one Aspire BVC 1.2 ohm Coil(Rated 10-12w for Nic salt based liquids). I actually ran both of them using salt based liquids before realizing there was a difference and didn’t see a whole lot of difference in performance between the two. I can safely say they’ll both handle high nicotine liquids and in particular salt based liquids quite well. The 1.8ohm coil should also handle regular liquids but I didn’t really have anything above a 6mg to test with. I’ve been using the device for the past few weeks and although it hasn’t really been used as a daily driver it’s been going out with me as a secondary device and the coil life appears to be on par with most others out there and I was able to get just shy of two weeks on the first coil and I’m about a week and a half in to the second coil. Of course mileage will vary depending on juices used, personal vaping habits as well as QC on the coils but I don’t see why anyone shouldn’t be able to get at least a week and a half or more out of a single coil. Flavour has been great and vapour production is about what you’d expect from small high resistance coils like these but it definitely puts out a comfortable amount of vapour and probably a bit more then we see from other smaller pod devices.


  • Battery life
  • 3.5ml capacity
  • Easy to fill
  • Adjustable airflow
  • Constant 12w output
  • Good full flavour and good vapour production
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Swappable coils


  •  Small battery for such a big device
  • Angled bottom can be a pain
  • A bit bulky for a pod device


Although it is one of the bigger pod devices I’ve used it actually fits quite well in the hand and pocket and is very comfortable to use. Considering the performance I’ve gotten from it I’ve been picking it up to go out with me more often then some of the smaller pods I tend to keep in my pockets. The capacity and battery life are probably the biggest advantages with this kit and for me at least it tends to mean the difference between a companion on a quick trip and an all day device. With the included ability to swap coils this thing should be an excellent choice as either a starter kit or a spare device for more experienced vapers just looking to dabble with higher nicotine liquids or nic salts.

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Geekvape Loop V1.5 RDA – now it’s even more interesting

Today I will introduce you to the new product from the company Geekvape. Immediately, I note that it is a rethought version of the sensational Loop RDA . I must admit that it turned out much more interesting than its predecessor. Without further ado, I ask to the table!

Geekvape Loop V1.5 RDA 
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Case material: stainless steel
atomizer type: RDA
capacity: average (about 1.5ml – questionable figure)
Diameter: 24 mm
Height: 26mm without Drip type (doubtful)
Connector: 510, pin gilded
Weight: unknown
color: see photo below
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– Loop V1.5 RDA
– additional 810th Drip type
– Allen key
– the key screwdriver
– Oring spare
– spare screws
– Squonk pin
– Adapter 510th Drip types
– User Manual
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As you have noticed, apparently, our hero has changed quite a bit. Now the body of the drip is cut by laser engraving, right in the style of the modern mainstream with tattoos that reach the most remote corners of our vast country. Admittedly, it even benefited the atomizer onion. Moreover, the ring encircling the dome remains virgin, therefore this contrast still adds charm to the novelty.
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From the start, we have six coloring options at once, which is not at all sour.

There are two types of Drip, both of them are 810s, both are made of ultem. What is their fundamental difference, I did not understand. True, now they are located on a small rise on the dome, which, in my opinion, also added to the device’s uniqueness.
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The dome is equipped with the same rotating ring, apparently non-removable. And again the question is how they put it on there)))
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But the air intake vents have changed. Now we are seeing lattices with holes of different heights; in short, we decided to split the air flow at the inlet. Provided also blowing only one spiral. Internal processing of the dome is not possible to contemplate.
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Deca has not changed fundamentally.
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Racks in the shape of the letter “W” with incorrect fixation of the legs of one or two spirals. Here compare with the first version.
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But the holes blown remade beyond recognition.
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First of all, the air flow was also crushed here, it turns out at the exit too. Now two large holes are responsible for the lower airflow, and three small holes for the side (at an angle of 45 degrees) on the inside, and seven on the outside, and two rows in addition. It seems that the top row here may be redundant, and it is also wider than the bottom. But this is purely my thoughts … The
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bath is likely to be quite capacious, and there is a boxed skewnk in the box.
Pin is gilded and performs decently.
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Geekvape Alpha Sub Ohm Tank – and again the tank wrapped in resin

Again, the company Geekvape acquired a novelty. She became another non-service. Probably, she was released in pursuit of the newly fashioned boxing fashion, which they are promoting in their entirety on the pages of their social networks. And perhaps, it is intended for future innovations, which we will have to contemplate in the near future.

Geekvape Alpha Sub Ohm Tank 
Geekvape Alpha Sub Ohm Tank -
Case material: stainless steel
atomizer type: Sealed
Vaporizers 0.15 / 0.4Ω
capacity: 4ml
Diameter: 24mm planting (probably)
Height: unknown
Connector: 510, pin gilded
Weight: unknown
color: see below photo
Geekvape Alpha Sub Ohm Tank -
– Alpha Sub Ohm Tank
– replaceable evaporators 2pcs MM * 1 0.15Ω / MM * 2 0.4Ω (one is preinstalled)
– spare origings
– spare glass
– user manual

Our hero looks quite normal for a representative of the family of non-services to whom he belongs. The upper and lower parts, as they are found, are massive, and both are decorated with resin materials. Based on the colors, we can conclude that it will nevertheless be included in the set to the extreme leader of the manufacturer – the Novo box.
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Developers offer from the start only two colors. Somehow it does not even look like their corporate identity, although the official presentation has not yet taken place, and perhaps later they will announce a more diverse line of colors.
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Drip type 810th, it is also made of resin. Its colors echo the overall decoration of the tank.
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Drip type sits in the lid. The opening mechanism is sliding, and at first it will be necessary to press a special button. The filling hole is only one, the size of it is decent. It is almost not sunk below the sides of the deck, therefore, closing the lid, you will certainly whip all the liquid drops that did not get inside the tank.
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Capacity is not the largest, and it is also installed bubble glass. As I understand it, the spare glass in the box is exactly the same for roominess.
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Our hero eats replaceable evaporators. There are two types of them, both of them on the grid. Pile such can certainly.
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The adjustment of the air intake is implemented in the classical way – a rotating ring at the base of the atomizer. It is made, by the way, also from resin. Air intake holes, by the way, small in size, even strangely.
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Pin is gilded and performs decently.
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Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S – new dress with a surprise

In mid-summer, Sigelei released a box mod called Snow Wolf Vfeng 230W . You could not miss this event. And I must say that the device turned out quite successful, and most importantly in demand – the number of handsets with it is too much evidence of this.

Most recently, the next version of this Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S box mod has been presented.
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
It would be better to say that this is not the next version, but rather the same, only “disguised”. But everything is not so simple, if the manufacturer changed only the coloring of the box mod, I would not focus on this fact your precious attention.
Therefore, for dessert, I prepared one nice dish, let’s call it a “compliment” from the manufacturer.

Dimensions: 87 x 46 x 34mm
Weight: 145g
Case material: zinc alloy + plastic
Power supply: 2 x 18650
Output power: 10 – 230W
Voltage range: 1.0 – 7.5V
Operating mode: POWER, TC (NI200, SS, TI), TCR
Temperature range: 200 – 600/100 ℃ – 315 ℃
Supported resistance: 0.05 – 3.0Ω
Protection: from low / high resistance, from overheating, from short circuit, from incorrect polarity, from overcharging / overdischarge
Connector type: steel 510, pin gold plated, spring-loaded
Screen / diagonal: yes, color, 1.3 ”
Micro-USB port / charging: yes, charging current 2.5A
Color:blue, red, orange
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
– Snowwolf Vfeng the S-mod
– the USB cable
– user manual
– warranty card
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
As you know, “the internal decoration of the” device has not changed. Is it necessary? This, as it was, remained the most excellent in terms of performance and characteristics of the box mod. Good output power, charging current of 2.5A, the minimum supported resistance of 0.05 Ohm – these are just some of the features that distinguish this device from competitors.
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
Overall dimensions and design are exactly the same. By the way, the design is an amateur one, but there are quite a few such lovers.
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
And now that all the same has changed. First, these are the box mod coloring options. Now available body colors are blue, red and orange. Moreover, the paintwork is not glossy, rather even matte, which is undoubtedly good.
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
Secondly …

And now rejoice in those to whom this device has attracted, but for some reason you have not acquired it in the previous version. The price on the official website is now marked at $ 66 – and it is much cheaper than the “first version”. And what if I tell you that I have found the price at $ 54 … And, I think, it is the last price that will be “true”, it usually just happens at this manufacturer.
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
But hurry, friends. On the official website of Sigelei there is information that the Vfeng-S lot has a limit of 300 pieces, which I still tend to doubt. With such a price tag, demand is reanimated instantly.
Sigelei Snowwolf Vfeng-S - new dress with a surprise ...
Advantages / disadvantages
+ design
+ performance
+ price
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Vaporesso Swag Kit Vape Review: Swag Like You Mean It

I’m always glad to have a Vaporesso device come across my desk. In the few years that I’ve been doing reviews, I’ve come to associate the Vaporesso brand with excellence in almost every facet of vaping. Their devices are marvelously designed, perform above and beyond expectations, and always feature some technical marvel that other mods just can’t compete with.

The newest box mod kit, the Vaporesso Swag kit, is a full triple-threat in each of those categories. It snuggles into the palm of your hand with its 75mm x 48mm x 25mm dimensions and its 64g weight. The Swag also features a different design aesthetic with the inclusion of an IML (in-mold label) face-plate that adds to its durable and easily grippable facade.

Vaporesso Swag Kit Review

And the technical marvel that puts the Vaporesso Swag above the competition? The Omni 2.0 circuit board that lets you charge the mod faster with its 2A charging capability displays precise and multiple readings and has numerous smart features that allow you to program your most important vaping settings.

Some of the other more fascinating features of the Vaporesso Swag:

  • Temperature range of 200F-600F
  • Power output between 5-80W
  • Powered by one 18650 battery (sold separately)
  • 510 threaded
  • Almost seven different output modes
  • Resistance ranges from 0.5ohms to 5 ohms
A Cute Little Box

Here’s what you’ll receive with the purchase of a Vaporesso Swag kit:

  • One Vaporesso SWAG mod
  • One GT2 Core (pre-installed)
  • One NRG SE 3.5 ml sub-ohm tank/TPD 2ml tank also available
  • One Vaporesso Micro USB charging cable
  • One extra GT CCell coil
  • One extra glass tube
  • One instruction booklet
A Special Take on the Design

The first thing I was struck by with the Vaporesso Swag is the small stature of the device, which is fitting since “swag” is supposed to mean exactly that: “swag” has nothing to do with size, and everything to do with attitude.

The other thing that caught my eye was the top cap of the battery cell that I mistook for a rotating knob that I thought would be how you could control the settings on the mod. Ha! Boy, was I wrong. But still, I wouldn’t hate it if a company came out with such a retro-design for one of their mods.

The plastic injected coating on the Swag was something that felt great and melded well with the overall, fits-in-your-hand design goals of the mod. It was textured but was still smooth enough to provide a satisfying feel.

Along the side of the mod, you’ll find the OLED screen, the firing button, and the mode selector button. The plus/minus selector buttons are on the front of the device located close to the rest of the controls.

Despite being a Vaporesso tank, the NRG SE sub-ohm tank the Swag comes with recalls a SMOK design, like the Big Baby or the TRV8 with the orange O-Rings inside. The chimney inside is slightly broad and looked like it would provide a considerable amount of vapor.

There are bottom airflow slits, along with a protruding 510 pin. The diameter of the tank only measures 22mm, so Vaporesso decided to keep it small rather than go for that extra-wide tank. The 22mm tank is also because anything wider would not be able to fit onto the mod, given its proximity to the battery top cap.

And, again taking a cue from SMOK’s top-fill tanks, but also the original NRG tank, the NRG SE has a sliding top cap that reveals the bean-shaped fill hole underneath. The top cap also snaps in and out of place for secure, leak-proof filling.

The tank comes pre-fitted with a GT2 0.5ohm coil and has a companion GCell coil that has 0.5ohms of resistance. The GT2 vapes best within the range of 40-80 watts and the GCell within the scope of 20-35W.

The Vaporesso Swag: Make Up Your Mode

There are so many different features on the Vaporesso Swag, much like with the Vaporesso Revenger that it can be hard to wrap your head around all them. But these kinds of advancements in vape technology are what Vaporesso is known for, so it’s to be expected to have to go through a slight learning curve to get the most out of your Vaporesso products.

So let’s start with the basics. To turn on the device, you click the firing button on five times. If you have no atomizer attached, the OLED screen will display a “change atomizer.” When you’ve connected the NRG SE to the tank, the smart mode on the mod will automatically adjust the wattage to the attached tank, just like with the Revenger and the Tarot.

Apart from the now standard temp control, variable wattage control and TCR modes, the Vaporesso Swag features a new technology that is fast becoming a new standard for box mods. The Vaporesso Swag makes use of both CCW and CCT modes (custom curved wattage and custom curved temperature, respectively).

These options let you designate the power and temperature your vape begins and ends in with each session. It also enables you to decide how long you want the mod to vape at either your preferred temperature or wattage.

So, if you want your vape to start at a specific temperature (say 350F) and only want it to last for a certain amount of time (as low as half a second) before it moves on to another temperature, then, the Vaporesso Swag lets you do that.

Of course, you can cycle through the all the different modes using the mode selector button. You’ll find temperature control settings for nickel, stainless steel, and titanium; you can also use the bypass mode to do away with all the adjustable settings and use the Swag like a mech mod.

The Vaporesso also has three different (high, normal, and soft) vaping modes dependent on which coils you are using in the atomizer. So there are plenty of adjustable features on this Vaporesso Swag, only – and I’m nitpicking here – I didn’t like having to hold the mod sideways to access and change all the features. I would have preferred to have the screen upright to keep my tank upright and not risk it leaking all over the place.

And, if there is anyone here who thinks that Vaporesso should not be crowned the most scientifically, forward-thinking vape company, speak now or forever hold your peace. No one? Alright, then, Vaporesso, I now pronounce you King of the Vapes.

Time To Vape the Swag

The level of customization available on the Vaporesso Swag, again, is something that a brand like Vaporesso specializes in. I had toyed around with the CCW and CCT modes in their previous hosts, the Revenger, and the Tarot, but I was still too confounded by it to get the most out of it.

But this curve setting allows for such a level of precision and customizability that the more I learned about it, the more I lost interest in boring, old temperature control and variable wattage control.

To me, the curve features were similar to adjusting the levels on your sound system; you tinker with them just enough to find that ideal level; the vaping nirvana, if you will. This is the spot where your vapor reaches a certain level of perfection, whether it be regarding flavor, temperature, or both because you have programmed it for a specific wattage (or temperature).

And then, just like that, poof! It’s gone.

You reach the apex and, of course, you can maintain it at that level or you can bring the levels back down, or even push it higher depending, of course, on what your coils can take. The curve settings can also be used to conserve your battery life and e-juice levels.

I went with the CCT option to go through peaks and valleys with my vape. I started cold at nearly 300F and then programmed it to go up slowly by ten increments, every ten seconds, to keep it nice and even. But then I changed it to go up every twenty seconds, and so on.

The level of precision and adjustability were evident from the first inhale. My vape was great-tasting, but the clouds were not so prodigious. The density and length of my vape cloud did grow as the temperature slowly went higher. I had on the pre-installed NRG SE coil, so I stayed within the recommended range of 40-80W.

Swapping out the GT CCoil, which vapes in between a range of 20-35W, was a flavor-chucker’s paradise, however, especially when paired with the CCW function on the Swag. Feeling the flavor intensity gradually increase with every new inhale was revelatory.

Sure, you could do that on your own, but that’s the novel thing about CCW and CCT that you pre-program where you want the device to go and that’s where it goes.

How the Vaporesso Swag Kit Compares

This is yet another comparison made solely because the two mods physically resemble each other. The two mods in question are, of course, the Vaporesso Swag Kit and the SMOK AL85, but the fact that they look alike is the only thing that connects them.

The Vaporesso Swag Kit has such a bevy of adjustable features and settings that its resemblances to the SMOK AL85 is all that connects it to the mod. The two devices, of course, do share physical characteristics like their shape, size, and large top-screw battery cap next to the 510 threads.

But, as I’ve been droning on throughout this review, the Vaporesso Swag Kit features such a high-level of personalization, most notably the CCW and the CCT settings that the SMOK AL85 does not even come close to overtaking it.

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The Vaporesso Swag Kit has a great-looking shape and design; it comes in five different colors, and they all bring out the best accents to the device, especially with the knurling around the battery cap.


Apart from the CCW and the CCT functions that I’ve probably bored you to death by talking about it so much, there are still, even more, things you can customize about the Vaporesso Swag from the brightness on the OLED display to the vaping modes of normal, hard, and soft.


The fact that you could swap out the coils to use on any number of different tanks was something that I thought brought up the level of customizability to even greater heights.

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Because of the restrictions of the battery cap, which looks cool, there’s not much of a chance to use any bigger size tank over 22m. But that wasn’t such a deal-breaker; I just would’ve liked to see how different tanks and coil system would have performed with the CCW and CCT functions.

Framing It Up

There’s not much left to say; Vaporesso never ceases to impress. My expectations of what a Vaporesso device can achieve are not only met but exceeded, every time. The Vaporesso Swag has a beautiful, compact form; it’s great for a portable device, and durable with its aluminum alloy casing.

The tank and coil system work magically in cooperation with the many features and customizable vaping options on the Swag that is brought to us by the fantastic Omni board that now even lets you control the speed, duration, temperature, and wattage of your vape to exacting levels.

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Instructions for electronic cigarette Vaporesso Aurora


Could you imagine that a lighter can make a pause unforgettable? See for yourself, because here we have surpassed ourselves. Absolutely revolutionary device – no buttons, just open the lid and tighten. It will become your favorite. Thanks to its user-friendly design and attractive features! 

Classic design with a carefully designed mouthpiece. Intelligent air flow sensor. Built-in battery ensures safety and long use.


  • Size: 70.4 x 42.5 x 14.6 mm
  • Tank capacity: 1.2 ml
  • Battery: 800 mAh

Set completeness

  • 1 Aurora,
  • 1 additional CCELL helix,
  • 1 USB charging cable


Power on / off

The device works when used, and turns off when not in use.


Connect a micro USB cable to charge the battery.

Electronic cigarette refill

Remove the mouthpiece and disconnect the container from the body. Unscrew the base and carefully pour the liquid. Bear in mind that there is a magnetic connection between the container and the base. After refueling, screw back the base and insert the container into the case.

Atomizer replacement

Remove the mouthpiece and disconnect the container from the body. Unscrew the base and insert the new atomizer. If necessary, add liquid and insert the container into the case. Attach the mouthpiece and use the device. Please note that the base is attached to the atomizer.

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Short circuit protection

If a short-circuit occurs before or during soaring, the short-circuit protection turns on and the device turns off. The indicator blinks 5 times.

Low voltage protection

If the battery voltage is less than 3 V, the low voltage protection turns on and the device turns off. The indicator blinks 3 times.

Overcharge protection

If the battery voltage exceeds 4.23 V when charging, overcharging protection will stop charging to prevent damage to the device. The charge button goes out.

Timeout protection

If it takes more than 10 seconds between puffs, the overheating protection turns on, and the device shuts off the power output. The indicator blinks 3 times.

No-load protection

If the atomizer is not connected, the protection against unloaded operation will turn on, and the device will turn off. The indicator blinks 3 times.

3 low battery protection

If the battery charge is less than 10%, the indicator will flash quickly, reminding you of low battery.


  • The device is intended for persons over 18 years old, not intended for non-smoking people, pregnant or lactating women, persons with cardiovascular diseases or the risk of developing such diseases or for people taking drugs for depression or asthma;
  • The electronic cigarette is not intended to quit smoking;
  • Keep the device out of the reach of children and pets;
  • Do not drop, drop, or expose the device to improper use, as this may cause damage;
  • The battery must be dry;
  • Do not expose the device to high temperatures;
  • Do not attempt to disassemble the battery;
  • The device is not intended to be used as a nicotine addiction replacement therapy for smoking cessation.


This refillable electronic cigarette is designed for use with a compatible liquid that may contain nicotine. Nicotine is addictive and is not recommended for the following categories of people:

  • Non-smokers or minors.
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women.
  • Persons with cardiovascular, stomach or duodenal ulcers who have liver or kidney problems, prolonged throat problems or breathing due to bronchitis, emphysema or asthma.
  • Persons with hyperthyroid thyroid gland or pheochromocytoma sufferers (adrenal gland tumor that can affect blood pressure).
  • Persons taking the medication: theophylline, ropinirole or clozapon.

When using liquid for electronic cigarettes containing nicotine, the following side effects may occur with this device. If they occur, consult your doctor and show, if possible, these instructions:

  • Weakness
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Headache
  • Cough
  • Stomach discomfort
  • Hiccups
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