Innokin Adept kit
The Innokin Adept kit, designed by Phil Busardo and Dimitris Agrafiotis, is the follow-up release to the Platform Line. It features the rugged, IP67 rated Adept box mod and quite possibly the best MTL tank currently on the market, the Zlide.
The Adept features eight wattage levels in two modes and is tailormade for the Z-coils with a 3000 mAh internal battery. In line with its IP67 certification, it should be dust-resistant and waterproof for up to 30 minutes in up to a 1-meter depth, while a silicon protective layer makes it shock-absorbent. The Zlide tank is 22 mm in diameter, fits up to 2 mL of e-liquid, and is already a best-seller in the MTL section of the market.
If you’re a beginner, you will appreciate the ease of use and ruggedness of the Adept mod, the great flavor, and overall performance of the Zlide. And even if you are a pod user, the kit will satisfy you for its design, form factor, and battery life, notably better performance than every single pod vape out there when it comes to mouth to lung vaping.
Aspire Breeze NXT
The Aspire Breeze NXT is the latest installment in the popular Aspire Breeze AIO line of products. As an appealing device on several fronts, the NXT is getting a lot of hype right now.
Incredibly, it has a 5.4 mL juice capacity, which is virtually unheard of in AIOs. Like the Breeze 2, it features a 1000 mAh battery, but the NXT works with 0.8-ohm mesh coils (two included). The NXT has an automatic draw and button-fire (like the original), and you can refill the cartridge without removing it. Actually, at first glance, it looks like the NXT for it adds a side-mounted external airflow ring capable of MTL up to a restricted lung hit.
Before I used the NXT, I heard a lot of buzz about it. And when I use it, it did meet my expectations.
The Vaporesso PodStick is a pod vape with some tricks up its sleeve. It comes in the shape of a stick (hence the name), it has three power options courtesy of the Omni Board Mini, and its pods come in two options; one for restricted DL and the other for MTL vaping.
The PodStick is a lightweight vape, thanks to its aluminum construction and the plastic. At around 43 grams with a full pod, the PodStick is suitable to put inside your pocket. The PodStick comes with two pods in the box, one pre-installed containing an MTL 1.3-ohm ceramic CCELL coil and a spare one with a 0.6-ohm mesh coil (called “MESHED” by Vaporesso). And its pod system can satisfy both the MTL and DL crowds.
The pod vape didn’t disappointed me. It is practical, easy to use, and well-built that ticks all the pod vape boxes.
Have you ever tried the products I recommended above? Let me know about your experience in the comments section.