In this article, I’m gonna introduce the Aegis S100 Kit by Geekvape. As the update to the existing Aegis Solo Kit, what new surprises will it bring us? Let’s dive in for more details.
The S100 Kit consists of the new S100 Mod and the Z Tank 2021. No doubt the mod is waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof, but now the protection has been upgraded to IP68. Another recent feature is mechanical On/Off switch – called the “A-Lock” in Geekvape-land, this helps prevent accidental firing in pockets or bags! Powered by a single 18650 battery, the mod has a maximum 100W output and up to 8.5V maximum voltage. A USB Type-C charge port is provided with an easier flip-open cover for better access. Your vaping data is displayed on the huge 1.08″ color screen and it appears there is only a Variable Wattage mode available.
Moving to the tank, it has the top airflow inlet which helps prevent leaking and you can adjust the incoming air to your preference. Coil-wise this uses the Zeus coils which are compatible with other Zeus tanks and the 0.2ohm and 0.25ohm coils are included in the kit. The filling is taken care of with the screw-off top cap which apparently has enlarged fill ports to make filling easier.
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This time we’ll be covering the Geekvape L200 Kit (Legend 2)which is the updated version of the popular “Legend” kit. The original version was an excellent purchase but did suffer from being a bit bulky for a lot of users – so have Geekvape addressed this issue? Let’s find it out.
The Legend 2 is apparently 30% lighter and 15% smaller than the original version. But you have not lost all the functionality of the original, in fact there are improvements to what made the Legend a “legend” in the first place! A larger screen is installed at 1.08″ – but this is still smaller than the Aegis X with its 2.4″ screen which could be the Achilles heel in a rugged mod. As for being rugged the L200 has gone one better with an IP68 rating (higher protection than the previous IP67) and is waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof. The power is supplied from 2×18650 batteries (not included) and a USB Type C port is provided. The access to the USB port now has a hinged flap rather than the pull-out cover which was easy to lose on the previous version.
There is a variable wattage output from 5-200W and a handy slide switch on the side of the aegis legend 2 mod will lock the buttons for ease of carrying and less chance of pocket or bag firing mistakes. Included in the full kit is the Z Tank 2021 which is similar to the Zeus Tank but with a few improvements. There is still the top adjustable airflow which helps to reduce the chance of leaks. Geekvape say the airflow channels are wider for better airflow. The top fill port is accessed by unscrewing the top cap and the tank will hold up to 5.5ml (2ml in TPD regulated areas) of your own e-liquid. The fill port is apparently larger on this version. Geekvape Z series coils are compatible and you get the 0.2ohm and 0.25ohm versions in the kit.
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In this article, I’m gonna introduce the Geekvape Boost Pro Kit. If you are looking for a decent tri-proof device, then this may be worth a shot.
Constructed from durable zinc-alloy, the chassis of the Aegis Boost Pro maintains the IP67 rating for dust, shock, and waterproofing. Utilizing a single 18650 battery, sold separately, the Aegis Boost Pro has a bottom threaded battery cap and can output power between 5-100W for delicious vapor creation. A Type-C USB charging port is located on one side of the device, which allows a 5V/2A charging rate. On the control face, you can see a fire button, a 0.96″ TFT color screen, and two navigation buttons.
The Aegis Boost Pro cartridge has a transparent design and can store up to 6mL of e-juice or nicotine salts. Paired with Geekvape P Coils, excellent flavor and vapor is guaranteed. Sold separately, users of the Aegis Boost Pro can utilize Geekvape B Coils in the Aegis Boost Plus Pod, RDTA Pod, and 510 adapter to access use with tanks or rebuildable atomizers. At last, the airflow is adjustable via an AFC adjuster on the cartridge. All in all, you can simply not go wrong with the Aegis Boost Pro Kit.
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Are you a fan of the Geekvape Aegis series? This time let’s look at the Aegis Hero Kit, it will be available in the best online vape shop soon. Here we go!
With a similar appearance as previous Aegis kits, the Geekvape Aegis Hero looks very familiar but is much smaller. It is constructed with five different materials including a durable stainless steel 510 bezel, a zinc alloy button, an LSR silicone chassis, an exquisite leather grip, and die-casted aluminum accent lines. All these materials also mean the device is shockproof, dustproof, and IP67 waterproof. As a result, you don’t need to worry too much if you drop the Aegis Hero and it can be submerged in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes without damage to the internal circuits.
The Aegis Hero works with a 1200mAh integrated battery with buck-boost technology for long vape times and fewer recharges. Charging this battery is done by way of a 5V/1.5 amp micro USB interface with a cable you can find in the package. The maximum output from this cell is 45W and you may operate the Aegis Hero in either bypass or variable wattage mode with steady performance thanks to an integrated stable output system. A 0.42″ OLED display on the side of the mod and a + and – button underneath are used to make mode and output adjustments.
The Aegis Hero works with brand new Hero pods that work with G.Coil Boost Formula Mesh coils. In the box, you will find a 0.4ohm version of this coil that fires from 25 to 33W and also a 0.6ohm one that operates between 15 and 25W. Each cartridge can hold 4mL of e-liquid and is refilled via a fill port located adjacent to the mouthpiece for convenience. And, perhaps the best aspect of this pod, the mouthpiece has a top airflow system that is adjustable and should be leakproof.
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The Geekvape Aegis series has a long-standing reputation and has become a star product of Geekvape. After several generations of Aegis, Aegis Boost, Aegis Max, etc., Geekvape Aegis Boost Plus is arriving.
Like all the Aegis devices, the Geekvape Aegis Boost Plus Kit looks and feels durable. Its waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof design means that you can take it with you wherever you go, and not have to worry about whether it will hold up.
At 114.2 mm x 49.5 mm x 28.6 mm, Geekvape Aegis Boost Plus Kit is bigger than the original Geekvape Aegis Boost. The leather-covered foam grip isn’t curved like the original but is still comfortable. They’ve increased the size of the screen to 0.96 inches, but the text is still small.
The Geek vape Aegis Boost Plus pod is huge, more so in length than in height. It’s easy to see the liquid level but the thing I like the most is the placement of the coil information.
The coil’s information is more often than not on the side of the coil and that’s not really the idea, even with the most visible coils, the information can hard to see.
The Geekvape Aegis Boost Plus Kit comes with two prebuilt coils and they are compatible with the original Boost. The pod however is not compatible because of its larger size. The G Coil Boost Formula 0.4-ohm mesh coil rated at 25 to 33 watts, comes pre-installed. And in the box, you’ll get a 0.6-ohm mesh coil rated at 15 to 25 watts.
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