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 Fruit Monster line was sent to me for review from Monster Vape Labs. This is their new line that just came out at the beginning of June. They sent me both the salt nic and regular nic versions.
The large regular Nic bottles come in 100ml chubby gorilla bottles for $26.99 in nicotine strengths of 0, 3, and 6mg. Those are made with 75% VG and 25%PG.
The smaller salt nic bottles come in 30ml fine-tip bottles for $21.99 and come in nicotine strengths of 24mg and 48mg. These have the same VG/PG ratio as the regular nicotine flavors, so 75% VG and 25% PG.
And just for reference, the salt nic they sent me is 48mg nicotine and the regular nic liquids they sent are 6mg nicotine.
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.
The DaVinci MIQRO dry herb vape was sent to me for review from DavinciVaporizer.com. The original Davinci IQ device, which I’ve already reviewed, is a nice and easy to use portable convection device. That one is pretty small as it is. Well, this is the MIQRO, and it’s even smaller the original.
The Aspire AVP all-in-one was sent to me for review from AspireVapeCo.com. You can get it here. This is a new all-in-one pod system developed by Aspire. Let’s check it out!