Today we are reviewing the the Aegis Kit by Geek Vape! You can also watch the review here if you want the full effect. Now, let's get started!
Upon opening the box, you'll find the Aegis mod, sub ohm tank, spare glass, User Manual, warranty card, O-rings, extra coil head, extra battery cap for your mod, & some other extra parts (grommets, etc.).
The Aegis Kit is a 100 watt device & it comes with a .4 ohm coil head already installed, & it's just like any other sub ohm device where the coil head screws into the base. The tank has great airflow & you can easily adjust it to fit your preferences. A really cool feature of this tank is that there's a small black button just above the tank that you push to pop open the top for easy juice re-fill. You'll just stick the tip of the juice bottle into one of the kidney-shaped holes to refill the tank, click the top down, & then you're good to go!
The mod is well-made & has a leather accent complete with stitching on the front, & the rest is rubber with some plastic. It's very heavy, but compact & easy to hold.
There's a round silver piece at the bottom of the mod (the battery cap) & it has a part that you can pull up to to twist the cap off & easily access the battery. This device is made to use a 26650 battery, but the kit comes with a battery adapter so you can use a different one! The adapter looks like an oversized vape band & you just slide it over whatever battery you have. Once you have the adapter on (if you need it) you can put the battery into the mod & screw the battery cap back on.
To turn on the device you'll click the fire button (the large button at the top of the front of the screen on the mod) 5 times causing a little lightening bolt to appear on the screen, indicating that the device is on. To get into the different menus on the screen you click the fire button 3 times, & to click through the options with the + button at the bottom of the screen. This device has a lot of different custom settings, but for this review we are just going to stay in the initial power setting. In the power setting you can customize the wattage using the +/- buttons at the bottom of the screen. Again, this is a 100 watt device so the 100 is the highest it will go. Now you can screw on the tank & you're ready to vape!
This is a very durable device, which we love. If you're on the go & tend to toss your device into a purse or backpack then this is a great option to consider. It's small enough to fit in your hand & durable enough to handle everyday wear & tear. The screen is very easy to read & see, & there's an option to make the screen brighter which is convenient.
For the review Brittany put Marcellus (a creamy lemon tart) in the tank & it tastes great. I (Kathryn) tried it & I loved that it was a smooth taste & there wasn't any juice spit back into my mouth.
Now let's cover some things that we didn't like so much. First, the battery cap. It's not super convenient only because it's not attached to the device. So if you were accidentally drop the cap or lose it & you don't happen to have the spare one with you, you can't use it. Also, this device only runs on one battery so the battery life is short. If you're vaping at the full 100 watts then the battery will wear down quickly & you'll have to re-charge more often than a device that runs on 2 batteries. The final thing that we don't like about this device is how heavy it is, but this is not so much a problem as it is a personal preference.
Overall, we like this device. It's a good size, it's durable, & we get a full flavor.
That's all for today! Thanks for reading, take care, & remember to #staysavage!
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