The GeekVape Aegis Solo kit was sent to me for review from HeavenGifts.com. Check it out here. The kit comes with both the Aegis Solo mod and the Cerberus sub-ohm tank. The Solo is the newer compact version of the hugely popular original Aegis device. I never owned an Aegis, but I actually have the dual-battery Aegis Legend and I think it’s one of the best devices I’ve ever owned. I love it.
The GTSonic GT-X1 was sent to me for review from GTSonic. Get it from their Amazon store here. This is a small and sleek ultrasonic cleaner designed to clean between all of those tiny crevices that you can’t get to using something like a brush. Ultrasonic cleaners are perfect for cleaning vape gear, so let’s talk about the GT-X1!
The Jmate P2 was sent to me for review from Jmate.net. Get it here. I reviewed their original version, the Jmate PCC, a while back and I really liked it (see that review here). I still use it actually. Not a whole lot, because I don’t really use my Juul much, but I do use it here and there and for any of you who have a Juul, you know that the battery life sucks, so having the Juul connected to a portable charger is really useful. So anyway, let’s talk about this new model.
I quit smoking way back in 2010 by using an old-school “cigalike” vape made by Green Smoke (see the image above). This was a top-of-the-line device in those days and I paid a lot of money for it – something like $120 for a single-battery kit! Today, you can get a similar type of cigalike for less than $20. It’s crazy how far we’ve come 🙂
I still remember thinking back then that the price I paid was outrageous, but now I remind myself that I wouldn’t be where I am today if I would have never invested in it. I quit smoking thanks to that little e-cig and I’ve probably added decades to my life. $120 has been more than worth it.
But I want to talk about some of the early observations I made in my first week, which are probably questions that you might have too.
The Recurve Dual RDA was sent to me for review from Wotofo.com. Get it here (affiliate). This is the new and updated version of the original single-coil Recurve RDA, which was extremely popular and highly rated, so I was really excited to get this one in for review. I never tried the original version, so I can’t compare, but I’ll give you my thoughts from a fresh perspective.