The rectangular shower drain installation process.

It really never matters if you are renovating your house or not. A rectangular shower drain is always placed in all modernized bathrooms. It is not that hard to install a linear shower drain, especially the rectangular shower drain. It is also advised to first read the installation manual that comes along with the instrument before attempting to start working on the drains. If possible hire a professional to carefully place the drains for you because they know the rules to follow. The following are steps followed in the process of installing the drains.

Choose the best place to put up your drain

rectangular shower drain can be placed in for different ways. One, it can be wall mounted (either three-sided or one-sided), the second way is floor mounting- in the middle of two walls or freely on the floor. The model of the drain should be suitable for the place you want to place it. Most importantly, all the floors need to be sloping toward the channel in order to pass water no matter where the drain is placed. This aims to avoid water flooding in the bathroom because of accumulated water.

Prepare the area you plan on working on

Shower Floor Drain
Rectangular Shower Floor Drain

You should first make sure that the floor and the work area you are using is clean and presentable. Avoid getting filth and debris into the shower drain during the assembly process before you start the installation. The rectangular shower drain is protected by the use of a folded pre-assembly membrane or a cloth. Make sure you discuss the assembling process and what it entails with your tiler. Afterward, when the assembling process is over, give ample advice to the tiler on how to accommodate the drain while he works.

Make your calculations on how high the shower drain should be

Before you start your installation process, make sure you know the height of the shower drain. Be certain to keep the tiles 1mm higher than the edge of the drain so as to ascertain that the water will drain optimally. When you are determining the total depth consider the thickness of the tile, adhesiveness of the tile and levelling layer.

Put the built-in set in place

The built-in set will need to be properly placed after you create optimum space for the shower drain. After you place the built-in set, you will need to align and level it. Use the height adjustable legs to do the aligning and the levelling part of work. You should also be aware that the wall models always come together with special mounting used for the application of the shower drain on the wall.

Make a connection of the rectangular shower drain with the drainage pipe

Rectangular Shower Drains Brass
Rectangular Shower Drains Brass

The recommended diameter for replacing the drainage pipes is 50mm or less. This usually happens during the renovation of a bathroom where a shower tray needs to be put in place. You first need to put together the rectangular shower drain and the drainage pipe. Ensure that the drainage pipe is sufficiently slope. The only thing left to do is to slide the drain into the connector. Ensure to check the tightness of the drain and the connection to the sewerage system.

From there onwards, you should create a sloped floor, work on waterproofing the shower drain. You should also remember to replace the tiles in the bathroom and to seal the drain. The grate cover can be placed later on. The rectangular shower drain is therefore perfectly placed.

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Voopoo Drag Baby Trio Kit Review

The company Voopoo released a set of Drag Baby Trio KitThe miniature box mod was supplied with a built-in battery with a capacity of 1500 mAh and an unattended tank with quick-change evaporators.

On April 14, Voopoo presented a compact Baby Drag Trio Kit on its website A small octagonal mod was made from a contrasting combination of aluminum and multi-colored epoxy resin, in seven colors. Next to the landing site, a loop was provided for a chain or lanyard. On the narrow side, they placed an in-depth control panel consisting of a round ignition button, a small indicator and a USB port.

Under the lightweight case, there is a new GENE.Trio board and an integrated 1500 mAh battery. A full charge can be accomplished in an hour and a half at a current of 1A. The minimum resistance is 0.5 ohms. Output power can vary from 5 to 25 watts.

The tank works with three types of replaceable evaporators from the PnP line with a convenient locking system that allows easy replacement when the tank is full. The twisted topkep is completed with a fitted mouthpiece from the dolrin. Under the lid is a platform with a pair of filling holes. Central airflow is regulated by turning the ring. The flask holds 1.8 ml.

The package includes two evaporators, a spare glass, a chain, a USB cable and instructions.

Main characteristics:

  • Size – 101.5 by 35 by 21.5 mm
  • Weight – 75 g
  • Built-in 1500 mAh battery
  • Charging current up to 1A
  • Maximum power – 25 watts
  • Resistance from 0.5 to 3.0 ohms
  • Tank capacity – 1.8 ml


Price Drag Baby Trio Kit – USD 44.9

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SMOK TFV12 Tank Review

Following the massive success of its TFV4 and TFV8 sub-ohm tanks, SMOK decided to go even bigger and this year launched the mother of all cloud-chasing tanks, the SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King. I think the name pretty much says it all, but if this is you’re unfamiliar with the TFV family of tanks, they are all about big clouds of vapor so dense that you can cut them with a knife. In this review, I’ll basically try to find out what SMOK could have possibly done to make this better than the stellar TFV8.

A Look at the Contents

The TFV12 Cloud Beast King comes in the usual SMOK packaging – a rectangular cardboard box, with a picture of the massive tank on the front, and a short but flattering description of the device, a list of contents and the mandatory warnings, on the back. If you’ve ever used any SMOK products before, you probably already know what to expect, as the company has been following this line for the last couple of years.


Inside the box, we have the massive TFV12 tank placed in a Styrofoam holder, and, underneath it, we have two spare coil heads, a backup glass tube, a couple of vape bands and a bag of spare o-rings and gaskets. There’s also a user manual, but it’s pretty basic, so if this is your first advanced sub-ohm tank, I definitely suggest buying something else, because this atomizers is aimed at experienced vapers only.

I was surprised and disappointed to see that SMOK hadn’t included an RBA base in the kit, but I later found out that the Chinese company offers two kit variants, one that only comes with two RBA bases, and one with three different types of disposable coil-heads. I got the latter for this review, but the good news is that you can purchase both the dual-coil RBA or the triple-coil one, separately.


I would have loved to have just one RBA included in the kit, but other than that, it’s a pretty sweet package.

Design and Build Quality

SMOK has been making its TFV sub-ohm tanks bigger with each new release, and the TFV12 is no different. This is a huge tank, so if you like them small and stealthy and don’t care too much for giant plumes of warm vapor, this is probably not for you. The TFV12 tank has a diameter of 25 mm at the base, but it balloons to 27 mm in the glass portion, in order to accommodate the gigantic coil-heads, as well as 6 ml of e-liquid. It’s also 70 mm tall from the base to the top of the drip tip, and weighs 91 grams. Overall, it’s taller and has a larger diameter than the SMOK TFV8, which makes it the largest tank I have ever used.


Design-wise, the SMOK TFV12 looks virtually the same as the TFV8, apart from some aggressive knurling on both the top and bottom parts. It has the same three piece design, same two-slot bottom airflow system, only this time the holes are even bigger, the now classic swivel-top filling system and a wide bore Delrin drip tip. If you’ve ever used a TFV8 tank, you can expect pretty much the same thing, only bigger, more power hungry and a lot thirstier.

But what really caught my attention while going through the SMOK TFV12 kit were the coils. I think it’s safe to say that these are the largest tank coil-heads on the market right now. When reviewing the TFV8 Cloud Beast, last year, I remember comparing them to those of the SMOK TFV4 and thinking that they couldn’t possibly make them any bigger. I was so wrong, because these new coil-heads make those of the TFV8 look like mere toys. The photos I took definitely don’t do them justice, but trust me when I say that they are humongous. To give you an idea how big these things are, the TFV12 has the same e-liquid capacity as the TFV8 (6 ml), but they had to make it 2.5 mm wider just so the coils could fit.


The build quality is stellar in my opinion, which I can’t say was a surprise after reviewing so many SMOK devices in the past few years. Their machining is always on point, the paint-job is flawless – at least I couldn’t see a single spot or scratch on mine – and the threads are nice and smooth. I definitely have nothing to complain about in this department.

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Setting Up

Getting the SMOK TFV12 ready for vaping is relatively simple. I suggest you start by taking the tank apart and giving it a nice rinse with warm water, to remove any leftover machining oil and to make sure it’s as clean as possible. Once you’ve let it dry and removed water droplets with a paper napkin, you’re ready to put the tank back together and decide which of the three coil-heads you want to use. The kit includes a V12-T12 coil, which looks a lot like the cylinder of a six-shooter revolver and features 6 duodenary coils with a combined resistance of 0.12Ω, a V12-X4 coil-head with two large quadruple coils and a resistance of 0.15Ω, and a V12-Q4 coil-head with one massive quadruple coil right in the middle. It also has a resistance of 0.15Ω. As you can imagine, they both require massive power to work as intended, but SMOK advertises the V12-T12 as a cloud-chaser’s dream, the Q4 as more of a flavor coil, and the X4 as a compromise between the two.


Once you’ve chosen the preferred coil, screw it on to the base of the tank and drop a bit of liquid into the coil to saturate the cotton wick and put the tank back together. When adding e-liquid, you want to close up the airflow slots on the bottom of the tank to prevent leaking. Opening the swivel top cap for the first may be a bit harder, but once the juice is in the tank and starts to lubricate the metal and rubber parts, it becomes easier. Now, all you have to do is wait for the coil head to soak up some e-liquid – I’d say 15 minutes, for good measure – and you’re ready to vape.

How It Vapes

This is what it all comes down to. A nice design and excellent build quality don’t mean  anything if an atomizer doesn’t vape well, but after having used both the TFV4 and TFV8 I knew that this tank was going to be pretty impressive. SMOK have plenty of experience with extreme sub-ohm tanks so if they say that this thing is a cloud-chaser’s dream, I’m inclined to believe them.


True to its name, the TFV12 tank is the Cloud Beast King! If you’re into high-wattage vaping and blowing gynormous clouds of vapor, you’re going to have a hard time finding a better tank. Those massive coil-heads are capable of turning a room into a steam-filled sauna in a matter of minutes and are said to have a very long life even when using thick, sweet e-liquid. However, you should know beforehand that you will pay for those impressive plumes of warm vapor in both e-liquid and battery life. All three coils included in the kit are rated 60W – 350W, but the recommended range starts at 90W for the X4 and Q4, and at 130W for the V12-T12. Personally, I think that anything under 120W for the first two coil-heads, and 180W for the latter will result in an underwhelming vaping experience.

Those massive coil-heads are hungry for power, and the more if it you feed them, the better they work. I did not test the V12-T12 at 350W, I was way out of my league at 180W anyway, but if you enjoy extreme high-power vaping, I think that coil-head performs best at over 200W. That’s uncharted territory for most vapers, but then again, this is not a tank for the regular vaper. It’s a special kind of “beast”.


Because it requires so much power in order to perform as intended, the TFV12 doesn’t pair well with just any vaporizer. First of all, your mod needs to have a maximum power output of at least 150W, and, personally, i wouldn’t recommend dual-18650 batteries, unless you’re cool with having to change them every few hours. Vaping at over 120W will drain your batteries pretty fast, so I suggest quadruple-battery devices like the iJoy MAXO or SMOK GX2/4 to maybe get a full day of vaping without worrying about battery life.

Another thing you’ll need to stock up on if you plan on using the TFV12 regularly is e-liquid. This may seem like an exaggeration, and it is, kind of, but you’ll need gallons of juice to keep this monster of a tank happy. That 6 ml juice capacity may sound impressive, but you’ll be surprised how fast you can go through a full tank. At around 150W – 180W, you can drain it in a matter of minutes, which is pretty insane. This is kind of a deal-breaker for me, personally, because I mainly vape premium e-liquids, and with the TFV12 it gets crazy expensive. If I were to mix my own juice, that would be a whole different story, though.


Just to clarify, the rapid battery draining and high juice consumption are NOT cons. I just want to make sure that people know that the TFV12’s amazing vapor production does have its costs, and if you’re willing to pay them, that’s fine. If you’re not, that’s fine too, but it’s important to know what you’re getting into before buying it.

However, I do have one big con to talk about. You probably noticed that at one point I said that the coil-heads “are said to have a very long life”. That’s because I didn’t get to use them for very long. Unfortunately, all three coil-heads that came with the kit started leaking at some point, and after a while, I just got tired of having juice flowing down my mod and hand when I least expected it.


To be honest, after trying my best to prevent leaks, I looked online to see if anyone reported similar issues, and I couldn’t find very many complaints. There were a few, but that’s common for virtually any tank on the market, so I can’t really say that the TFV12 tanks leak, but mine did, and it was a nightmare to deal with.

The first coil I tried, the V12-Q4, started leaking on the second day. I had filled it for the first time the evening before, left it for a whole night, and worked fine until about noon the second day, when I felt a sticky stream of juice flowing on my fingers after tilting the SMOK GX2/4 mod to take a vape. I think juice must have been building up in the base for a while, because when it started leaking, it wasn’t just a few drops. Anyway, I wiped off the tank and mod, making sure I got all of it out of the base and continued vaping. Everything was great until I tried refilling it. In a matter of minutes, the three-quarters full tank was virtually empty and my mod had received a juice bath that it definitely did not need. After losing about 6 ml of delicious Mr Macaron Salty Caramel, I just didn’t dare use that coil again.


Sadly, the other two coils weren’t better either. The V12-T12, made a gurgling sound from the very beginning, and started leaking soon after that, and my experience with the X4 was similar to the Q4. Bottom line, they all leaked. I don’t know if it was the tank or the coils, but I did do everything I could to stop it. I filled the tank with the airflow closed. made sure that the coils were screwed on properly, and even tried to tuck the wires sticking out at the bottom of some of the coils, so that the o-rings insulated properly. Nothing work, and I ultimately just gave up.

I’ve never had leaking problems with the TFV4 and TFV8, so I was really surprised and disappointed with the TFV12. Again, it looks like this isn’t a general issue with the tank, which leads me to believe that I was just incredibly unlucky to get a defective product for this review. I don’t know if it was the tank or the coils, but something was definitely not working properly. It’s a shame, because with the exception of the SMOK Big Baby Beast, I didn’t really have any leaking issues with SMOK tanks. I currently have three Baby Beast tanks in my daily rotation, and they are as dry as a bone.



From the short time I git to use the TFV12 without it leaking, I could definitely see why so many vapers are impressed with it. This thing puts out more vapor than anything I’ve ever used before – although the TFV8 is not far behind – provided you can afford to feed it the power and e-liquid it requires. I see it more as a showpiece than an all-day vaping choice, precisely because of the high costs associated with using it. Maybe some people can afford to blow though tens of ml of juice every day, but I for one sure can’t. The leaking problems were frustrating as hell, but, again, after using so many SMOK tanks, I think this was just a problem with this specific sample, and not a general issue.

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Innokin EQ Starter Kit Review

A new pod mod from Innokin is the Innokin EQ and although this might make you sigh and think “yet another pod mod” – this one is actually quite different!

This is the first pod mod(or one of) to use Mesh coils.

Mesh coils have been a massive game changer making a lot of stock coil sub ohm tanksperform almost as well as rebuildables. The Fireluke Mesh and the Horizon Falcon are real flavour machines.

Innokin introduced mesh coils in the Proton and Scion 2 kit, the coils used on the Scion 2 are called Plexus mesh and they are getting a reputation for being long lasting flavour coils.

So for a pod mod to use a similar style coil is brilliant!

On top of the mesh coil goodness, the pod is refillable and will hold 2ml of e-liquid. The filling is super simple too.

There is a 800mAh battery which is well above the average for pod mods plus you can choose from two outputs – regular mode = 13.5W or boost mode= 15.5W.

eq componentsThere are 5 colours to choose from – Black, Red, Blue, Purple and Silver.

So time to fill up, charge and get vaping!

I was sent 3 of these devices for review – but my opinions remain my own and are based on the device and usage stated below.

What’s In The Box

  • Innokin EQ battery
  • 2ml EQ pod
  • USB cable
  • User manual

Innokin eq kit contents


Innokin EQ Pod Mod Specs

  • Battery: 800mAh (internal)
  • 2ml refillable pod
  • 0.5ohm Plexus coil
  • Battery life indicator
  • Output: Regular mode = 13.5W, Boost mode = 15.5W

eq kit features

Build Quality & Design

I received 3 of these beauties in the Purple, Blue and Silver colours.eq pod 3 colours

The Purple one became my favourite!innokin eq front view

I was also sent 2 spare pods too – thank you Innokin.innokin eq rear view

On top of the pod is a cover cap which stops crap getting into the mouthpiece.innokin eq pod mod components

Good idea in theory however when you pull the cap off you pull the pod out of the mod!eq pod and cover cap

However otherwise the pod is pretty secure and doesn’t wobble or fall out.eq and pod

Other than the silly cover this is solid.

The body has a rubberised finish with a fire button which also has an LED in the centre. The LED is white in general use but will turn red when the battery level is low.eq top view

The mouthpiece on the pod is lovely and the curved profile fits in the mouth lovely.

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How Does the Innokin EQ Pod Mod Perform?

Basic operation

  • Power on / off – press the fire button 3 times quickly.
  • Change power mode – turn off device and hold fire button until it lights up to the required colour – red=boost and white=standard. Turn device on again. (This is the only way to check what power mode you are in – when the device is on the lights are the same colour in both modes!)
  • Battery level – the LED in the fire button will light up white – but when it turns red the battery level is low so recharge.

How To Charge The Battery

  • Plug the small end of the supplied USB cable into the base of the pod.eq charging
  • Plug the other end of the USB cable into a suitable USB outlet.
  • The LED on the fire button will go out when fully charged.

How To Fill The Pod

  • Pull the pod from the battery – it is only held in magnetically.
  • Tip the pod upside down.
  • Rotate the pod base to expose the fill ports.eq pod fill ports
  • Squeeze liquid into the ports whilst observing the level. If using one port only it does equalise between sides if you wait a second or two.eq pod refilling
  • Swivel the pod base back into closed position.
  • Install the pod into the battery – as the contacts on the pod are circular the pod can be installed either way around.eq pod installation

How To Change The Pod

  • New pods have a cap on the base so remove this.eq mesh pod base cap
  • Pull the existing pod from the battery.
  • Fill the new pod as described above.
  • Leave the pod to stand for 5 minutes to allow the coil to prime.
  • Push the pod into the battery.

Flavour & Cloud Production

Well the instructions do not tell you what e-liquid would suit this pod mod best.

The coil is a 0.5ohm mesh coil so in theory might be too low resistance for some higher nicotine e-liquids.eq pods

I tried a few different e-liquids of varying nicotine strength and PG/VG mix. If you want to read more about PG and VG in E-liquid you can read our guide.

First of all I tried a 18mg Nicotine Salt liquid from Salt Nix on the standard power mode. Ouch this was way too harsh and one of my lungs exploded I swear.

So I didn’t use with nic salts again!

Second pod I tried a 50/50 12mg nicotine e-liquid on the standard power setting and this was perfect. Wonderful flavour, perfect throat hit and the vapour you would expect from a MTL high nic vape.

Changing to the Boost power setting and this is so much hotter but not unbearable. I do prefer the standard power mode and this will help save battery life too!

Out of curiosity I also tried a 70%VG E-liquid – IVG Bubblegum Millions to see how this would cope.

Oh yes, it coped perfectly fine with 70VG e-liquid and again a wonderful flavour too. Not as much vapour as you would expect with high VG but this is a low power MTL device.

This is primarily a Mouth To Lung (MTL) device. However with the high VG I was able to manage a very restricted DTL vape but there wasn’t much vapour – but you can’t expect that from 13.5W!

It might be low power but doesn’t lack flavour or warmth even in the regular mode. I have rated the Vapour output as 9 as this is what you would expect for this power device.

Battery Life

There are two power output settings on this. As I didn’t find the Boost Mode to be of much benefit I used this mainly in the Regular mode – which outputs 13.5W.

With regular vaping on regular mode I got 4.5 hours of battery life. Bearing in mind that is me sat at a desk with 3-4 vapes every 10-15mins.


  • Solid reliable little pod mod
  • Very cute and lovely feeling to the rubber coating
  • Lovely taste and warm vape
  • Brilliant coil life – so far 2 weeks.
  • Easy to use and fill.
  • Lightweight and pocket friendly
  • Excellent battery life
  • Ability to use different types of e-liquid.
  • No leaks


  • The pod pulls out of the battery when you remove the protective cap.
  • Battery indicator only tells you when battery is close to dying.
  • Didn’t really need to use the Boost power mode.
  • Instructions give no indication of what e-liquid is best for this. I found Nic Salts too harsh.
  • It would be nice if you could just change the coil without having to bin the whole pod.
  • Perhaps some brighter or girly colours – Pink, Turquoise and pastel shades would increase the appeal (subjective).
  • No indication of which power mode you are in unless you turn device off and press and hold fire. Not a big deal but would be nice to know without having to do this.

Final Review Verdict

I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with the Innokin EQ pod mod. I would be in floods of tears if it broke or I lost it. Yep I am an emotional female but this is so practical and performs so well I couldn’t be without it.

If you want something for out and about with a battery capacity which will be sensible and a vape you really enjoy you can’t go wrong with the EQ. Also this is perfect for someone just starting vaping and wants something clean and simple.

Add to that you can use high nic or higher VG liquid in this then then versatility is even better. Innokin do say that 80%VG might be too thick for this pod so I didn’t try it.

Apart from the silly cover cap and the battery indicator this is perfect. I would buy another tomorrow. In fact I will be ordering some more pods too when they are for sale! So far my first pod with the 50/50 12mg liquid is still going strong after 2 weeks!

This has replaced my excellent Joyetech Exceed Edge pod mod as my dog walking/driving device!

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AUGVAPE V200 Review

I’m just going to come right and say it: I’m a massive fan of this mod.

The AUGVAPE V200 had me impressed right from the beginning: the packaging, the color scheme (mine’s red). Even the name. Everything is very much on point.

It just looks and feels classy. Like a lot of care and attention has gone into every aspect of the device – from the idea behind its styling to how it’s packaged.

I like it when this happens. When you get a good feeling, right out the blocks.

Usually, anyway…

It does feel good when you look at something and it tells you a story before you’ve even unboxed it.

I know and like AUGVAPE quite a bit, so I was really hyped about the V200 before it arrived on my doorstep.

I knew it didn’t feature TC vaping before I got it. This isn’t an issue for me, as I never TC vape.

I’m a wattage mode boy through and through.

And I knew it was all about power, simplicity, and performance.

Three things I like very much.

Over the past three weeks, this mod has been everywhere with me. I’ve tested a bunch of RDAs on it too.

What follows is my honest review of the AUGVAPE V200. Enjoy!

AUGVAPE V200 Review – Is This Thing Legit?

AUGVAPE V200 Design

The AUGVAPE V200 design is based on a Honda engine block.

The B VTEC, apparently.

I know literally nothing about Honda engines. But I am told the one it is modelled on is fast.

The chassis itself is made to look like the actual engine block and it even features a little oil cap-style clicker for flicking through menus and upping and downing the power.

It even has exposed screws, which look awesome. I really dig the industrial design of this mod.

It’s unique and very eye-catching.


The display is secreted away in a black panel that runs down the front portion of the mod.

And the fire key? That’s built into the display, placed right at the top. It is 100% invisible. And if you’re like me, and never read instructions, it will definitely take you a few minutes to find it.

The battery door is at the bottom, and it slides open and seals easily enough. There is also a USB port for updating the firmware too.

The machining on this thing – especially at the top where your 510 connects – is sublime.


The 510’s Modeled On An Alloy Wheel. Very Cool Effect

I love how smoothly all my attys slip into this thing; the threads are deep and smooth. Perfect, basically.

I also really dig the honeycomb pattern (or alloy wheel-inspired design) AUGVAPE used on the 510 as well.

For me, the design of this mod is flawless. I love it. And I think it looks best in red, though you can get it in white and black too.

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AUGVAPE V200 Specs & Features


The V200 is Really Compact As Well; I Love The Design of This Mod

As I mentioned, the AUGVAPE V200 is designed for performance. Nothing, save for TC mode, has been left on the table.

The chip inside it is ultra-powerful, delivering power like a Tesla car – everything is 100% available as soon as you hit the power key.

I like the entire philosophy behind this mod. I like that it’s simple, I like that there’s a theme behind it, and I adore the way it looks and vapes.

I got tons of comments from people when I was using it, and I definitely think the Red version is the better-looking of the two. Still, white is very fashionable these days.

And it’s always good to have a choice in this regard.

Here’s a quick rundown of the AUGVAPE V200’s key specs and features:

  • 87.5mm by 45mm by 29.2mm
  • 5 to 200W Output Range
  • 0.05 to 3.0 ohm Atomizer Resistance Range
  • Bypass Mode
  • V Mode
  • 0.96 Inch OLED Display
  • Zinc Alloy
  • Oversize Hidden Firing Button and Rotating Button
  • Analog Trigger for Settings
  • On-Board Charging
  • 1.2A Max Charge Current
  • Bottom Latch Battery Access Door
  • Gold Plated Spring Loaded Connections
  • Accepts Two High Amperage 1865 Batteries
  • Stainless Steel 510 Threading
  • Spring Loaded Gold Plated Contact

AUGVAPE V200 Performance

As you can see above, the AUGVAPE V200 packs in three vaping modes. And all of which are power-mode only.

You have, 1) normal, 2) V Mode, and 3) Bypass Mode.

It’s NO WAY near as complicated (or expensive) as the YiHi SX MINI T-Class.

Normal mode is where I did most of my vaping with the AUGVAPE V200. Why? I didn’t really notice that much difference between normal and V Mode.

AUGVAPE says the V200 will ramp up faster in V Mode. But I could hardly tell the difference. It’s rapid in either mode.

Switch to Bypass Mode and, well… prepare to have your head blown off!


Bypass Mode acts like a nitrous-switch on this thing, ramping up EVERYTHING.

To be honest, it was a bit too much for me. I like a more casual vape. But if you’re after BIG – and I really do mean, BIG – hits then you’re gonna love Bypass Mode.

There is no TC mode, however, so if that’s something you care about, well… you’re gonna have to give this one a miss. Because it ain’t present.

It doesn’t squonk, either.

And this, despite my love for squonk mods, added to my adoration of this device.

It’s OLD SCHOOL. All about power. And it doesn’t care if that bothers you.

This mod is just about vaping in power mode, looking good while doing it, and having TONS of power and chug under the hood.

And the AUGVAPE V200 excels in this respect in almost every regard.

AUGVAPE V200 Battery Life

Prior to testing a dual-18650 mod, you always think battery performance is kind of going to be similar across all styles of mods.

But this just isn’t the case. Some mods are A LOT better when it comes to battery efficiencies.

I love SMOANT but its mods are proper thirsty in the battery department.



The AUGVAPE V200 is the exact opposite, however – it just sips power.

I’ve been running a couple of 3-month old 18650 cells in the AUGVAPE V200 and its battery performance has been, in a word, exceptional.

It lasts around 20% longer than my SMOK Majesty and a good 35% longer than my SMOANT Cylon.

How AUGVAPE did this? I have no idea. But it’s likely down to the chip the AUGVAPE V200 uses.

Either way, it’s a bloody big positive, so hats off to AUGVAPE in this regard.

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GeekVape Aegis 100W Review

The GeekVape Aegis is a single 26650/18650 battery mod that not only has the most advanced features built-in, but is also designed to be shockproof, waterproof and dustproof. So if you work in an extreme environment and are looking for a vaporizer that can take a beating, or if you’re just really clumsy, the GeekVape Aegis may be the device you’ve been waiting for.


A Look at the Contents

The Aegis 100W mod comes in a large cardboard box featuring a picture of the device covered in water droplets, which hints at its waterproof rating. On the back, instead of the usual list of contents, we only have GeekVape’s company information, as well as the several specs and features of the device, including IP67 waterproof and dustproof certification, adherence to the 810G-516.6 Military Shockproof Standard, and its ability to support both 18650 and 26650 batteries. There’s also a warning that despite its shockproof construction, users should NOT damage the Aegis on purpose.

Inside the box, we have the GeekVape Aegis 100W mod, an 18650 battery adapter, a small silicone cap, a couple of hex screws and a user manual. The sample I received for this review also came with a pre-installed 26650 battery with its positive contact taped with plastic to avoid accidental activation. I don’t know if all Aegis kits come with the battery included, though.


Design and Build Quality

The GeekVape Aegis is not the world’s first shockproof and waterproof vape mod. I remember the Heatvape Invader came out a couple of years ago, and there have been others, but the Aegis is undoubtedly the most attractive one I’ve seen. It has a pleasant design even when compared to conventional vaporizers, which is saying something, because making a good-looking shockproof mod is not the easiest thing in the world. On the packaging, it says “Designed by Justin, GeekVape GM”, so I guess he deserves props for the eye-catching design.

There are so many things I want to mention about this device that I don’t even know where to start. It measures 88.6mm x 37,8mm x 46,6mm and consists of a combination of metal (aluminum and zinc alloy), LSR (Liquid Silicone Rubber), plastic and genuine leather. The buttons and display protector are the only bits of plastic on this mod, so overall, it has a high-quality feel to it.


Apart from the screen protector, every element of the mod is held in place by screws, which makes sense if you really want this thing to remain in place during extreme situations. They are all 5T type screws, so you will need a special screwdriver to take it apart.

On top of the Aegis we have a spring-loaded 510 connection with a gold-plated pin. It’s screwed on to the mod with three small screws, whereas most manufacturers prefer to press fit their connections, for aesthetic purposes, but the thing I love most about it is that it is located toward the center of the device, making atomizer overhang a non-issue. You can easily fit a 30mm diameter atomizer on this device without it overhanging. In fact, if they ever make any larger tanks, they are still going to fit just fine.


Next to the 510 connection plate, you’ll notice a small metal plate held in place by two small screws. That’s where the micro-USB port is hidden, and you’ll actually have to unscrew that plate and remove a little silicone cap to reach it. The Aegis 100W doesn’t support on-board charging, but it is firmware upgradable, so you’ll only need to access this port when you want to upgrade your mod. The plate ensures that the port doesn’t get damaged in case of contact with hard surfaces, while the silicone cap prevents water from getting through. If the plate screws or the cap somhow get damaged, you have backups included in the kit.

You’ll also notice a few tiny holes punched into that little plate that covers the micro-USB port, as well as a sharp but on the other side of the plate. Those holes are designed to allow the battery to vent, if it gets too hot. But what about that silicone cap covering the USB port, tight? Well, that’s what the burr is for. In case something goes wrong, gasses from the battery will push that silicone cap into the burr, eventually puncturing it, allowing the gasses to explain. This is just a safety precaution, but if you use quality batteries and don’t stress your device too much, you’ll probably never get to see it in action.


On the bottom of the Aegis we have a special type of battery door. A magnetic of hinged door just wouldn’t have cut it on a shockproof, waterproof and dustproof vaporizer, so GeekVape went for a threaded cap-like design instead. It features a metal tap that you can use to screw and unscrew the battery cap, which looks and feels as sturdy as a miniature bunker door. The battery compartment is large enough to fit one 26650 battery, but you can also use an 18650, thanks to the Styrofoam adapter included in the kit. The threaded battery cap insulates this area perfectly, so you don’t have to worry about water or dust getting in.

The GeekVape Aegis 100W is primarily made of zinc alloy, but the only time your hand actually comes in contact with this material is when you screw or unscrew the battery cap. That’s because half the mod is wrapped in shock-absorbing LSR, while the rest is covered in aluminium plates and genuine leather. As I mentioned in the beginning, the screen protector and buttons are the only plastic elements, and this is really good quality plastic we’re talking about, not the cheap stuff.


The medium-sized fire button is one of my favorite things about the Aegis, I love the light-switch shape of it, and the fact that is suits thumb pressing so well, not to mention the satisfying clickiness. I protrudes from the mod quite a bit, but that only makes it stand out more  The “+” and “-” buttons are located under the display and they are just as clicky as the power button. None of the buttons have any rattle, no matter how hard you shake the vaporizer.

The plastic screen protector is on the glossy side, so not only is it going to pick up fingerprints, but it’s also going to scratch very easily compared to the rest of the mod. On the bright side, it does come off, so I suspect you can change it if it becomes unusable. The OLED display itself is fairly large and bright enough to see even in strong sunlight. You can also adjust the brightness of the screen by holding the “-” or the “+” button and the fire button down at the same time.


Opposite the display, we have the most elegant element of this mod, a section wrapped in stitched leather. It’s a bit strange to see leather used on a shockproof device, but I can’t deny that I love it. It’s genuine leather, by the way, not some cheap sticker, and it feels great to the touch. It’s also been holding up very well so far, although I have to admit that I haven’t abused the Aegis the way I’ve seen other reviewers have.

We’ve seen a lot of manufacturers use carbon fiber stickers on their mods, like the iJoy Captain PD270, for example, and that’s nice too, but I would definitely see others use real leather, even if it bumps up the price a bit.


Overall, I think the GeekVape Aegis has an exquisite design and build quality, especially if you take into consideration its waterproof, shockproof and dustproof qualities. Sure, it’s a bit more girthy than conventional single battery mods, and even most dual-battery ones, but that’s understandable for the reasons I already mentioned. The rubber finish also tends to attract a lot of dust and pocket lint, but it’s obviously easy to clean, since you can safely wash everything off. But, as a whole, the Aegis looks and feels great, and it’s a worthy addition to any vaper’s collection.

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How Tough Is It?

GeekVape recommends users not damage the Aegis on purpose, but a quick search on YouTube yields all sorts of torture tests people have subjected it to. From being dropped it in the toilet, to being thrown off a bridge and even being run over by a car, this mod has been through a lot, but I have yet to see one that stopped working after being subjected to extreme punishment. In the worst cases, the plastic screen protector came off, but the device still worked.


I for one didn’t go too far during torture tests. For one thing, I only received on unit for this review, and I didn’t want to risk breaking it before completing the review. Plus, while I fully acknowledge the entertainment value of extreme torture tests, most of this situations are highly unlikely to occur in real life. I mean, what are the odds of having a car run over your mod, or even dropping it in the toilet? And if it did fall in, would you reach in and take it out?

That said, I did throw it around on hardwood floor a few times, dropped it on pavement from shoulder height to see how it handled potential shocks, and I also took it with me in the shower a couple of times and submerged it in the sink, to see if it was actually waterproof. Apart from some scratches on the screen protector and on the decorative aluminium plate, the Aegis looks as good as new and works perfectly. I definitely don’t recommend dropping the GeekVape Aegis on hardwood though, because it’s pretty heavy and it can actually make dents. I learned that the hard way.


The Aegis seems able to handle whatever punishment you throw at it and still work fine, which I think is really impressive, but I wouldn’t abuse it too much just for kicks, because you’ll end up with a beat-up device. Yes, it will probably still function, but it’ll look like a wreck. The rubber will start to chip off, the aluminium will scratch and bend and the leather will tear. It’s one thing if the damage occurs by accident, but doing it on purpose just seems silly.

Menu System and Navigation

The GeekVape Aegis 100W has one of the most user-friendly menus I’ve ever seen, and navigating through all the different options is a joy. There’s no menu system to go into, as all the settings and adjustments are done on the home screen.


You start by pressing the fire button three times in rapid succession to access the menu. You’ll then see the “Power” field become highlighted, which lets you know that you are now in settings mode. You can switch to temperature control for all three supported materials (nickel, stainless steel and titanium), TCR, Bypass (mech mode) or VPC (curves) by pressing the “+” or “-” buttons, and make your selection with a long press of the fire button.

But you can also scroll down to the secondary settings with short presses of the fire button, after accessing the menu. In Power mode, this allows you to reset the resistance of the atomizer and have the mod read it again, lock the resistance or reset the puff counter. In Temp. Control, you can also adjust the wattage, and in TCR, you can adjust the value of the TCR for your selected material.


One of the coolest features of the Aegis 100W is the VPC mode, where you can create custom wattage/temperature curves for a personalized vaping experience. The mod lets input five values, each representing a second, and it even displays a graph of the curves you create. So you can have the mod fire at 100W for one second, than drop to 75W for another second, make it go up to 90W, and so on. After going through all five inputs, the Aegis will keep firing at the wattage/temperature level in your fifth input, until you take your finger off the power button or it reaches the cutoff time.

Overall, the whole menu system is simple and intuitive, so even though it’s a bit different than most other menus I’ve seen, it’s easy to get used to. Plus there are so many options and settings you can play with to make your vaping experience enjoyable.


Battery Life and Overall Performance

Whether you plan on using the GeekVape Aegis 100W with a 26650 battery or an 18650 one, it’s still a single-battery mod. It’s hard to give you an estimate of the battery life, because it depends on a lot of factors, like your preferred wattage output, how often you use it and your vaping style, but I can tell you my experience with it. I’ve been using it for over a week now, exclusively with the 26650 battery, and it has never lasted me a whole day, not even close. I think 8 hours was the most I’ve gotten out of it, which is not bad, but it’s also not as good as a dual 18650 mod, like the SMOK T-Priv, not to mention the dual-20700 iJoy PD270 Captain.

But I really can’t complain abut battery life. I honestly believe that the single 26650 battery option was the best solution for this mod. It was all down to a compromise between battery life and size, as going for a dual-18650 battery design would have increased the size of the device considerably, due to all the extra padding required to keep it shockproof. It already has a larger girth than most dual-18650 mods, so making room for two batteries would have made it almost unusable for people with small hands.


With so many 200W+ watts on the market these days, the 100W max output of the Aegis will probably leave some people unimpressed, but it was the best GeekVape could do with a single 26650. On the bright side, this mod actually puts out 100W with a charge battery, and the vast majority of vapers never go over 100W anyway. Sure, a lot of users just like to know that they have a lot of power at their fingertips, even though they never need it, but the reality is that 100W is a perfectly decent power level.

One of the first things I noticed while testing the Aegis mod was how fast it fired. It is virtually instantaneous, you just the press the power button and you can hear the coil sizzling inside the atomizer. The power ramp-up is just as lightning-fast, making the mod a joy to use.


I’m not a big fan of temperature control, but from the few times I actually used it, the GeekVape Aegis seems to do a good job of controlling the temperature. I also read that the company shipped out a few units to tech-savvy reviewers like DJLsb Vapes , for beta-testing, and tweaked out any issues they found prior to rolling the mod out to retailers. That may not guarantee flawless performance, but it does show that GeekVape tried its best to make sure everything worked properly prior to release. I for one think they succeeded.

After over a week of using the Aegis, I have yet to find any serious performance issues. The mod seems to read resistances very accurately and has that useful “reset resistance” feature, it fires instantly, the power output is real, not inflated as with other devices, and according to my limited testing, temperature control was pretty well too. You really can’t ask for much more.



This may very well be the longest review I have ever written, but I still feel there was a lot more to say about this device. Everything about it is special, from its shockproof, waterproof and dustproof rating, to the design and build quality and even the user-friendly interface and navigation. It’s not going to appeal to everyone, though. I’m pretty sure some people are going to have a problem with its size and weight, but in my opinion they are completely justified to make the device as resistant to abuse as possible.

Despite its few subjective cons, the GeekVape Aegis 100W has already generated a lot of interest in the vaping community, and people are already asking for a dual-battery version for improved battery life. Something tells me we’ll be seeing more Aegis mods in the future, and maybe even other shockproof and waterproof mods from other manufacturers.


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Freemax Twister 80W Review

The Freemax Twister kit is a rare breed. It’s a regulated variable wattage internal battery tube mod paired with a mesh-powered sub ohm tank. What makes it even rarer is the design it adopts. There is no solid color option, and all six come in some funky graffiti designs. With no black or stainless steel edition available (at least for now) it seems like Freemax decided to take a gamble with the Twister kit. Let’s see if it paid off and if the kit is a worthwhile purchase.

Build quality and design

Freemax Twister 80W Kit Review

The kit feels like a solid metal construction and Freemax is calling the graffiti design a “color water transfer printing”. I have no idea what this is about, but the paint job feels like it’s going to last for a long time. There are six color options available at the moment, and the complexity of the design varies between them.

The simplest one is the “space black” Twister, which will probably be the choice of anyone trying to avoid attention. It is not solid black, but it’s close enough. The “black” one is more white than black and has a “Dia de Los Muertos” skull design, and the other four are colorful and bright – maybe a bit too bright. I hope Freemax releases solid colors in the future, as pairing each of the pieces of the kit with anything other than each other can be very challenging.

The mod is around 10 cm long and has a diameter of approximately 24 mm. It’s not a short mod, but given that it houses a chip as well as a 2300 mAh battery, it feels like it’s properly sized. The power button is large and clicky and the charge port is placed directly behind it. That’s good to know, as I had some difficulties tracking the mini-USB port on the white Twister (it looks like it’s part of the drawing). Last but not least, the dial on the bottom feels solid and provides a very satisfying clicky feedback every 5 watts.

Freemax Twister 80W Kit Review

The tank also adopts the graphic design of the mod, which makes sense, as a solid color tank on top of a funky mod would feel a bit out of place.

There are O-rings on the drip tip, but it is also compatible with Goon-style 810s. The tank features an updated slide-filling mechanism, same as the Mesh Pro tank, with an interesting design to release air pressure when filling: the drip tip slides on top of an additional hole which releases the air, preventing leaking and flooding. It also adopts some of the looks of the Mesh Pro tank and comes with a bubble glass, making it a 5 mL tank instead of the 3 mL of the Fireluke Mesh. I love the extra capacity, but not the biggest fan of bubble glasses in tube style kits for obvious reasons — mine has fallen on my desk a couple of times already. Freemax includes a spare bubble glass though, which sweetens the deal a bit.


Freemax Twister 80W Kit Review

From a performance perspective, there is not much to discuss about the Twister mod. It feels very responsive, the wattages seem accurate and it fires rapidly, as most devices do nowadays. There’s nothing to complain about performance-wise; it works as a power mode regulated variable wattage tube should. In fact, the only topic I feel that I have to elaborate on is the battery.

The 2300 mAh battery of the Freemax Twister lasts for approximately two tanks on the 0.2 coil and a tad under one and a half tank on the 0.15 coil – tested both with the power set at 70 watts. Freemax claims 150 puffs per charge; there’s no way I am counting my puffs manually, and there are too many parameters for them to come out with a number that covers all usage scenarios. In any case, it sounds like a good estimation for using it with the included coils at the recommended wattage ranges.

The light is green between 100% and 65% and gets a yellow hue between 65% and 30%. The red light appears at 30%, and if you are using the mod with the Fireluke 2 tank you should find a charger at that point — a 30% charge at around 70 watts won’t get you too far. Expect a bit of an underwhelming vape for the last puffs as the battery approaches full depletion, but I found the vape to be consistent up to that point.

And here’s where it starts to get problematic. I timed the Twister’s charging, and it takes more than three hours to fully charge. That’s right, more than three hours! I actually had to repeat the whole process, because frankly, after two hours I forgot to check back. I don’t know why Freemax chose to not include quick-charging to the chipset, but it is a glaring omission in my opinion.

I think that the mod’s battery is the weakest point of the Freemax Twister kit. I wish it lasted a bit longer and I certainly wish it charged a lot faster. Thankfully it supports pass-thru charging, so you can vape while it’s plugged in.


Freemax Twister 80W Kit Review

The Fireluke 2 tank is compatible with the original Fireluke coils:

  • X1 single-mesh 0.15-ohm coil, rated for 40-90 watts (included)
  • X2 dual-mesh 0.2-ohm coil, rated for 40-80 watts (included)
  • X3 triple-mesh 0.15-ohm coil, rated for 50-90 watts (not included)
  • NX1 single-mesh SS316L 0.15-ohm coil, rated for 400-550 F in TC (not included)

The updated coils incorporate a wood pulp formula (90% flax cotton, 10% cotton), which is known to help with flavor and coil longevity. The coils are very flavorful indeed, and I only had minor leaking (a drop here and there) and no other inconveniences.

The airflow is a bit more restricted on the dual mesh coil, and I found it performed better with the airflow two-thirds of the way open at around 70 watts. I liked the single-mesh coil at around 75 watts with the airflow cut halfway. Out of the two, the dual-mesh is a clear winner for me. It has better flavor and a smoother vape across the board. But if you like a very airy draw you might prefer the single-mesh coil. I would have loved to have the X3 coil included, although it does require a bit more power than the other two and it might not be the best pair for the Twister from a battery life perspective. What I’d suggest is coming out with a coil that performs well around 40 watts — a coil in the 0.3-0.5 ohm range would make much more sense in a kit like this.

As for coil life, I really tried to burn them down but they are both going strong after ten refills or so each. Your mileage may vary, and I am using relatively clear juice, but these coils will last more than average — especially if you prime them properly before use.

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Pros / Cons

  • Mod is variable wattage
  • Solid build quality
  • Dial is easy to use and stays in place
  • Lightweight
  • Good performance
  • High-quality paint job
  • Tank comes with very good coils
  • Very good flavor and smooth airflow (X2 coil)
  • Good flavor and vapor production (X1 coil)
  • Easy top-fill
  • Battery life not enough for vaping at 70 watts
  • No coil is good for ~50 watts or lower
  • More than three hours to fully charge
  • Bubble glass may break if the kit drops
  • No solid color options


The Freemax Twister is an excellent performer with some glaring flaws. On the one hand, I love the form factor and the fact that it comes with a variable wattage tube mod. It is very easy to use, and I enjoyed using the dial to adjust wattage. On top of that, the Fireluke 2 is one of the best sub ohm tanks around and its coils are excellent both for flavor and vapor production.

On the other hand, you have its battery. The capacity is lackluster and it doesn’t support quick-charging. I’d also speak of the colorful designs, but that’s obviously subjective; you either like graffiti on your mod or you don’t.

Do I recommend it? I do, but only if you are planning on using it as a backup vape, or if you are planning on using it mainly at home (or at least near a power outlet). Another option is to do what I am doing: I am using my black Twister mod with an MTL tank and the Fireluke 2 on a dual-18650 mod. This way, I am getting the best out of both of them.

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I got the new Aspire Feedlink Revvo kit. It’s a squonk, oh yeah. Look at that squonking. Get two fingers in there, really nice, got the Revvo tank with a squonk pin installed already. Basically kind of like an RDTA with a flat coil system that you can squonk into.

You got two Mills on top. Nice job on it. I think it los really great. We got some removable panels over here. I don’t know if Aspire is going to be selling other panels for it. Fire buttons on top. I don’t know what they were thinking though with that name. Feedlink. They call it the Feedlink. Aspire Feedlink Revvo kit. Feedlink – it sounds like a piece of farm equipment. Let’s forget about all that.

Let’s cut down low. Let me show to you up close and personal. Once we’re done with that, we’ll cut back on top. We’ll talk about it. Cons, pros. Out of here. See you down low.


  • 1 Feedlink Squonk BF Mod
  • 1 Revvo Boost Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 2 ARC Coils
  • 1 Spare Glass
  • Spare O-Rings
  • Instructional Manual
  • Warning Card

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

Alright, everyone. Welcome to the download portion of this video. Today we’re going over the Aspire Feedlink Revvo kit. Very very basic packaging. Nothing really crazy going on there. Here are the contents of the kit. You get a Feedlink mod. A 2 ml rebel boost tank that is squonk-ready. Two coils, radial coils that ohm out anywhere from 0.1 to 0.14 ohms. You get an extra glass tube, a bunch of extra o rings. Two warning cards, user manual, and a warranty card.

Here is your scratch-and-sniff, in order to check to see if it’s authentic. Let’s open this up and see what it actually los like. We’re going to put the mod to the side for a second. We’re going to pull out the foam insert. And here, we have all the bos and usual stuff. Let’s see what we have here.

We have a battery safety card. File that to the side. Important advice. File that to the side. Revvo Kit user manual, file that to the side. We have a warranty card, file back to the side. Here are the bunch of spare o-rings, nice job on that, Aspire. Here is the spare glass. Glad they included that in the kit. Here is your radial coil. Now these things are a little different. Oh check it out. Let’s zoom in a little bit so I can show you exactly what’s so different about them. If you’ll notice they almost lo like I’ll – people call them a flat notch coil, a pancake coil, Aspire coils, there’s the radius coil, you got a little o-ring there.

You got some type of – I don’t know what that is. It’s not cotton and I wish this was all cotton because that does kind of bother me. I don’t like that material especially if I don’t know what it is. I wish they would just use plain cotton or find a way to do that, but basically what happens is, this coil sits in your tank, your juice sits underneath it, and every time you tilt it, it saturates the coil.



I’m going to show you with the tank right now. Here is the Revvo tank. Here is your airflow adjustment, top airflow. Nice and smooth. They did a good job on that. The top actually screws all off, it’s threaded in. And you see this little, I don’t know, it’s kind of like a nut.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

In the old school Revvo 1 you filled it through here. This acts more like a plug. so what you do is, you take your radial coil, you slide it in there like so, you fill it up first, then you put the nut back on, and now your juice is inside here and every time you tilt this tank, it saturates the bottom of that coil.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

This is 2 ml capacity on here. You can see it comes squonk ready. Revvo branding, Revvo Boost, some Aspire branding. Here is the top cap. Really not much of a conical design going on in here. Threading in here is nice and smooth. Proprietary drip tip that does not come off. Not a fan of that. Not a fan of all that metal inside. I just don’t understand what they were thinking. Just too much metal in here for me. I think it heats things up a little too much. But in order to put it back on the tank, you thread it on like so, and that’s it. Now you’re ready to put it on the mod and squonk.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

That’s what it looks like. Let’s take the tank off a second because I don’t want to fire it with a dry coil.


And let’s actually go over the mod. You can see we have like a stainless steel plate here. I think these are plastic though, they are removable if you have two hex keys, you can loosen these two hex screws, and remove them. I don’t know if Aspire is going to be selling different panels for it but would definitely be a good idea. So we have some Aspire branding here. Nice and shiny here. Some silver over here. Silver over here.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

Here is your fire button. Nice and square, love the location. I hate the feel of it. It’s very mushy. I just don’t like it. You have two star screws here holding the top plate in place. Here is your squonk. 510 I’ve got a short stiff throw to it. Oh ring over here to keep the juice in. and the stainless-steel threading is very smooth. My other squonkers have sat flush on it. Another plate over here, some silver over here. And look at that nice, big, squonk section. I mean, man, you can get two fingers in there. They did a good job on that.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

Now here is your battery door, basically. It’s one of those old-style, you know, screw-out types. Threading on it is not the greatest. It really isn’t. It’s actually pretty bad. And there’s only one battery indicator marking, and that is on this side where you see the negative right there. Not happy about that. There should be some clear battery indicator markings down there. You have a spring-loaded gold-plated battery contact.

Here is your squonking system. Bottle comes out like this. It’s a half a turn to get it out. Got a little nubs over here to lock it in. they did a nice job with that. I like the capacity of the bottle. I like the actual system. I’m not crazy, that it’s proprietary and I’m definitely not happy about the fact that they only included one. I think they should have included a whole another one with a cap. So I could take a bottle with me and just swap them out quickly. And I’m also not crazy about this metal stem. They got nice knurling on it. I understand why they designed it this way ‘cause they wanted to do a leak free squonk bottle and they did accomplish that. I’m just not happy that it’s all proprietary. So now when you want to put the bottle back in, you simply slide it in, give it a half a twist, and it’s back in there. So good job on that. They did a really nice job on that.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

Now when you put the battery in, negative side has to face out. And now you got to kind of – takes a little patience to get this to catch because the threading just isn’t that good. It really isn’t. They did a bad job on that I’m actually surprised by Aspire. The overall feel and quality of this mod is really nice. It’s got some nice heft to it and it feels great in the hand. I think it also looks great with that Revvo tank. But we’re going to talk about how it actually vapes back on top.

So let’s cut back on top. Let’s talk about the Aspire Feedlink Revvo Kit. We’ll go over the cons and pros and then we’re out of here. See you back on top.


Alright, everyone. We’re back on top with the Aspire Feedlink Revvo. It’s a squonker as you sort it down below. Like I said, man, not crazy about that name. Anyway.

It’s a really nice mod. Has a real solid feel, has some heft to it. I like the fire button location not crazy about the mushyness of the fire button. As far as a squonker goes through, man, let me tell you something, this is one of the better ones out there. There’s some protections built in. It’s unregulated. It’ll go up to about 80 watts. I’m not crazy about the Revvo tank. I had it in the sky star kit and I am this – I get it – it’s for people who don’t want to build or feel like they can’t build but they want that kind of RDA experience. For those types of people, you’ll get that. But I don’t know, the flavor the airiness of it, it just has a very wispy type of type of flavor to it. It’s just not saturated enough for me, it’s not thick enough for me, I’m just not I’m just not digging it as far as a squonker goes. Even on the sky star kit, I really didn’t dig this tank too much either. It’s okay, it serves its purpose for people that don’t want to build, but otherwise, you know, just to be honest with you, I’ve been rocking the Wotofo Recurve on top of it and I’ve really been enjoying that. I put a .24 build in it, and I’ve been getting a great vape that way.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

For you guys who haven’t tried it before, give that tank a try, see if you actually like it.


Let’s get into the official cons and pros. First con’s going to be – that name. Come on, man Feedlink? Guys, come up with a better name. Aspire, you’re better than.

Second con’s going to be the proprietary bottle system. Well, it does work very well. it is proprietary and i don’t like that. Other con’s going to be that button. i love the location, but it’s got a mushy feel to it. Other con’s going to be it doesn’t take 21700. Aspire, you guys miss the boat on that one. You guys would have hit it out of the park if you would have made this mod compatible with 21700 batteries. I think you guys missed an opportunity there.

Other con’s going to be the battery threading, the battery cap threading. It’s not good. It takes a while to get it to catch it’s a little bit on the crunchy side, especially the first two spins of it. Aspire, you got to work on that.

Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit Review

No spare bottle. Aspire, you cannot build a system with a proprietary bottle and not include a spare. Bad job on that. You should have put a spare in there with a cap on it. So I can put it in my pocket and swap it out real quick if I want to.

Other con’s going to be – this is a subjective con. You got to build for this. If you’re not going to run this tank on it, you do have to build for this. Meaning, you really don’t want to run anything 0.3 ohms or above you kind of want to be below 0.3 ohms. You want to be in that 0.18 to 0.24 type a range in order to get a real nice vape off of this. Some people just don’t vape that low, so I’m just going to give them a con for that.


Pros – there’s plenty of them. This thing vapes well. The bottle system, while proprietary, works very well. I’ll give them a pro on that. Going to give them a pro on the capacity. You can basically, you got a7ml bottle, and you got two ml’s over here. You can get 9ml’s in this thing if you really want to. Going to give them a pro on the fact that the panels are removable. I really hope Aspire releases different panels for it. That’s fantastic.

Going to give them a pro on the firing button position. I like the position, I just wish it was clicky-er. Going to give them a pro on the general form factor in ergonomics. This thing feels great in the hand. Going to also give them a pro on the build quality. They put some thought to this thing. This thing is built well, feels really solid in hand.

I’m also going to give them a pro on the colors. They got some phenomenal colors, they got some resin panels, and this thing just looks great. They pick some really nice colors. I’m also going to give them a pro on the price point. The price point for this thing, check our links down below. Really good value, I think it is anyway. I’m also going to give them a pro on the quick ramp up time on this thing. If you build for this, with one of your other squonking atomizes, this thing ramps up and hits hard. I like that. I’m also going to give this fire a pro, for this being their first squonker and they made a great first effort. Good on you, Aspire.

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Aspire Feedlink Revvo Squonk Kit

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GeekVape Ammit MTL RDA Review – Is This A ‘Proper’ MTL Vape?

geekvape mtl rda

There’s A Lot Of Airflow So Is The Ammit MTL RDA by Geekvape Really A Mouth To Lung Dripper?

The Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA is a tiny little single coil 22mm mouth to lung dripper that on paper looks to have far to much airflow to give a proper Mouth to Lung (MTL) vape but as this review shows looks can be deceiving.

The original sub ohm Ammit RTA had a mixed bag of reviews and feedback with lots of leaking issues whilst the recent updated Ammit 25mm version has once again split users opinions.

However early indications are this 22mm MTL RDA is proving extremely popular with its leak proof top to bottom airflow design and pleasing looks.

The key issue as I’ve already touched on is can the amount of airflow hitting the deck give a ‘proper MTL restricted vape?’

To find out lets take a closer look.

The GeekVape Ammit MTL RDA was sent to me direct from the company for the purpose of this review – thank you – and as always my thoughts and opinions are my own.

Inside the Box

I received mine in a sample box – the retail version should be different and inside you’ll find:

  • 1x Ammit MTL RDA
  • 1x Stainless steel drip tip
  • 1x 2mm Drip tip ID
  • 1x Allen Key
  • 1x Spare parts pack
  • 1x Flathead screwdriver
  • 2x Clapton coil (0.7ohm)
  • 1x User Manual
ammit mtl rda contents

GeekVape Ammit MTL RDA Specs and Features

  • Size: 22mm x 38.3mm
  • Type: Single Coil RDA
  • Drip Tip: 510
  • Single Coil
  • 3D Airflow System Producing Unbeatable Flavor
  • Leak-proof Design with Top to Bottom Airflow System
  • 12 Airflow Adjustment Options for Perfect Restriction
  • Innovative Dual-layer Chamber Structure to Provide Outstanding Heat Dissipation Effect
  • Optional 3 Professional MTL Drip Tips for Various Preference
  • Easy Two-post Build Deck with Deep Juice Well

Key Features

This is a single coil 22mm RDA designed specifically for mouth to lung – MTL vapers.

It features a dual post deck with a decent depth juice well and the Geekvape famous 3D airflow system.

It’s top to bottom airflow which means its designed to be leak proof and as to if that stands up we shall see shortly.

ammit mtl rda deck

There’s 12 different airflow settings taking you to a very restricted draw right through to a very comfortable loose draw that is close to direct to lung – DTL – if you like a restricted hit.

The airflow control ring includes a Cyclops style which means you can open all or some of the holes and also a single ring that means you can fine tune the airflow with the corresponding hole.


It’s squonk compatible and comes with a squonk pin that feeds the juice through two holes punched at the bottom of the 510.

ammit rda squonk pin

Dripping is easy enough however the generous juice well means you can actually fill it with around 2mls and at low power that will last you a very long time indeed.

I received the stainless steel version and other colours are available including the very snazzy violet.

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Design and Build Quality

It’s actually quite a smart looking uncluttered RDA with just the image of the mythical Ammit creature printed on one side.

The overall shape is very tapered and the top cap is domed and conical inside too which suggests this will be a real flavour machine – more on that soon.

You also receive x3 different 510 mouthpieces all in differing restrictions and one extremely long stainless steel version.

ammit mtl rda components

Build wise the Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA is pretty good with little or no shards or sharp bits and the machining is nice and smooth.

The top cap isn’t the thickest you’ll ever use and sitting on it or dropping it might see it become out of shape – so no rough handling!

The tolerance on the top cap is not as strong as you might like – especially fully juiced up – however even fully filled it does take a little effort to get it off to fill or drip.

How Does the GeekVape Ammit MTL RDA Perform?

The build deck is simple enough even for a beginner with two cross head screws and you should have no bother at all fitting the supplied 0.7hm coils.

I found the cross head post screws a little small but then this is a dainty deck – and I was particularly impressed with the included coils.

ammit rda coiled

I found placing the coil dead centre to the 3D and bottom airflow and slightly raised gave me the best vape – though we’re talking fractions of mm so it really shouldn’t make too much of a difference.

The coils read out at between 0.56 and 0.6 ohms and I found an extremely comfortable loose MTL vape with the airflow fully open on the Cyclops setting at 17w.

I moved between 15w and 25w with the later getting a little warm – both the vape and the top cap – but 21w for me was bang on.

OK out of the box it’s set for dripping mode which as I’ve already stated given the depth of the juice well this acts perfectly well as a 2ml MTL tank.


I’ve used this RDA extensively in both dripper and squonk mode and to be honest I found either gave a superb loose MTL vape with the Cyclops airflow wide open which is my preferred style.

Closing it down on both the Cyclops and ring to the tiniest hole gives an almost impossibly tight draw which I found uncomfortable.

But with 12 different possible airflow settings and of course the three mouthpieces you will find a happy medium.


  • Great price
  • Nice design
  • Ton of airflow options
  • Easy to build on
  • Squonk compatible
  • Great flavour
  • Decent clouds
  • Choice of drip tips


  • Top cap not the strongest
  • Small fiddly post screws
  • Over squonking very easy!

Final Review Verdict

Those in the know are surprised at just how well this MTL RTA performs as a ‘proper mouth to lung’ vape given the sheer amount of airflow getting to the coil.

However the sheer choice of airflow control holes means you really can shut off so much air it really can give the tightest MTL vape right up to a much looser – not quite DTL vape.

I had a couple of issues with the squonk action where one squeeze flooded the deck – no leakage but it took a longish amount of time to suck the excess back into the tank which could be down to the tiny squonk holes in the pin.

I enjoyed using this more in out and out dripper mode and as I’ve already said it acts just like a 2ml tank given the generous juice well.

This is the first MTL RDA I’ve used and I have to say given I mouth to lung vape daily I’m extremely impressed with the Geekvape Ammit MTL RDA.

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Wotofo Viper RTA Preview | Another Single-Coil RTA

Wotofo Viper RTA Intro

The Viper RTA is the newest tank atomizer from Wotofo and follows the recent release of the Serpent SMM, in the same atomizer category.

If, like me, you are pondering the merits of releasing a new RTA before most vapers have even had a chance to try out the older model, then the obvious question is “What really makes this RTA any different to its predecessor?”. Let’s unpack it a little further…

Retail Price: $29.90
Colors: Black, Silver

Wotofo Viper RTA Specs and features



  • Type: Single Coil RTA
  • Size: 24 x 40 mm
  • Capacity: 3.0 mL
  • Thread: Gold plated 510 pin Thread
  • Material: 304 Stainless Steel, Pyrex glass, PEI

Package includes:

  • 1 x Wotofo Viper RTA
  • 1 x Spare Glass Tube
  • 1 x Cotton Bag
  • 1 x Spare Coil Bag
  • 1 x Screws and O-rings Bag
  • 1 x User Manual

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A Single Coil RTA for Novices


The Serpent SMM and the Viper RTA are both single coil RTAs. However, where the Serpent SMM features an innovative, dual post build deck that has been constructed to accommodate both forward and reverse facing coils, the Viper utilizes a standard two-post design for single coils with beefy Phillips head screws.

Single-coil vapers will appreciate the Wotofo Viper’s deck

The tank itself holds up to 3 mL of liquid at maximum capacity and has a useful locking mechanism that can be easily maneuvered to restrict juice flow when not in use, thereby minimizing the possibility of leaks. In addition to this, the bottom airflow control channels air from underneath the coils, directly into the build chamber for a more intense flavour-experience in general.

It’s nice to see single coils making a comeback. It will be interesting to see whether the Viper beats the SMM from Wotofo. Hopefully, we’ll find out soon enough.

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Wotofo Viper RTA Tank

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