The S2 Squonk mod is a collaboration between Augvape and a company named Mass Mods. Check it out on Massmod’s website here. I’m not familiar with Mass Mods but it looks like they’ve released a few higher-end mech mods in the past. So my guess is that they wanted to bring their designs to a wider audience by making it more affordable by partnering with Augvape, just like what Twisted Messes did with the Augvape Occula RDA.
The Augvape Vtec 1.8 was sent to me for review from Augvape. Learn more about it here. This is the updated version of Augvape’s original V200 device, which I reviewed a while back. See that review here. I loved that device and I loved the concept of it too. Augvape says that they improved the battery cover, the software, and made it more affordable. But there are some other differences too.
As far as specs go, there are only two differences with this new model compared to the original. One difference is that the original had a maximum input voltage of 8.4 volts and the new model now only goes up to 7.2 volts. The other difference is that this new model has one more mode; Variable Voltage Mode.
The Yocan Uni Pro was sent to me for review from Yocan. Check it out here. The original Yocan Uni was pretty popular so Yocan continued to improve on it and they released this version with an LED screen, more features, improved design, and a better button layout. This is a cartomizer mod device designed to cater more towards the medicinal vaping crowd, but if you’ve got a small enough tank, you can use it for regular e-liquid too.
The Aspire K Lite was sent to me for review from ProVape.com. Check it out on their website here. This is a small and portable vape designed with simplicity and size in mind. If you’re looking for something portable, light, and that works well, I think you’ll like this.