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.
The Wit was sent to me for review from Yocan. You can check out the Wit device at YocanTech.com. The Wit is a compact device that runs small 510 magnetic tanks.
- Adjustable voltage
- 500mAh rechargeable batter
- Size: 46mm tall, 37mm wide, and 14.3mm thick
- Colors: Black, White, Blue, Black/Blue Gradient, Blue/Purple Gradient
- Price: $23.99
The Kodo was sent to me for review from Yocan. You can check out the Kodo out at YocanTech.com. This is probably one of the tiniest little vape devices I’ve ever seen.
It has a standard 510 connector so you can run any type of atomizer on here, but it’s so small, that this is definitely designed for lower-wattage tanks or drippers. Anyway, let’s talk about it.
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 Recurve Squonk Mod was sent to me for review from Wotofo. Get it here (affiliate). This is a mod developed in collaboration with Mike Vapes, designed to match the sleek curves of the Recurve RDA, which was also designed by Mike Vapes. I don’t have the RDA, but we can talk about the mod!
The S1 Quit Kit was sent to me for review from SteepdVapeCo out of the UK. Right now it’s only sold in the UK, but they do have plans to bring it to the U.S. So if you’ve never heard of Steepd before, and you live in the UK, check them out.
They also have some of the best e-liquid I’ve ever had (see the links for my reviews at the bottom of this page). Really unique flavors too.
But this review isn’t about e-liquid, it’s about their new device, the S1 Quit Kit.
These products were sent to me for the purpose of review. This is the latest kit from Augvape, which includes the Augvape VX200 device and three disposable Jewel sub-ohm tanks. Check out the video for my first impressions and some unboxing and up-close shots of the gear. Here are some places where you can get … Read more First Impressions – Augvape VX200 and Disposable Jewel Tank
I purchased the Wismec Luxotic DF box from Sourcemore.com. You can get it from their site for $53 (affiliate) or get it directly from Wismec for around $67 (affiliate). This is a dual 18650 squonk device that pushes 200 watts.
There aren’t many dual battery squonkers on the market so this is an interesting product. I actually have one of the earliest, if not the first dual battery regulated squonk devices, the Kangertech Dripbox 160, which came out around July 2016. I absolutely love it and still use it sometimes, but I think it was a little ahead of its time. Squonking wasn’t nearly as popular then as it is today and the Dripbox 160 was really big. Not any bigger than the Luxotic DF or any other dual battery squonker, but it was a different time and I think people just didn’t want something so big.
Anyway, let’s talk about the Luxutic DF