Geek Vape recently released a new device, the Mero AIO kit, which is powered by a 2100mAh battery. It is paired with a 3ml pod and compatible with the Geek Vape B Coils to deliver an enjoyable experience. The Mero boasts a dual slotted bottom airflow control, provide an MTL or DTL vape depending on your preference. How does this kit work? Let’s dive into further nuances!
Build Quality and Design
The Geekvape Mero remains fairly compact with a super sleek design measuring 81.6mm by 23mm, which makes it a pocket-friendly device slip. The pen-style chassis is very comfortable to hold and very natural to use.
A simple and minimalistic design covers this device as there is a clicky and responsive fire button found on this device. It is perfectly positioned for thumb firing. The chassis is constructed of superior 304 stainless steel chassis that provides durability.
The branding “Geek vape” is printed on the front of the device. On the front side of the device is a Type-C port for charging. The whole construction is fairly impressive and the machining is top-notch. It is available in four colours that you can choose from silver, gunmetal, black and rainbow.
The Geekvape Mero has an integrated 2100mAh battery, which can last for quite a while of vaping. It uses a fast Type-C cable to recharge. The button is illuminated to show three power output:
- Low (White LED – 3.2V)
- Medium (Blue LED – 3.5V)
- High (Green LED – 3.8V)
Geekvape Mero Button Combination
- Turn On/ Off: 5 quick presses of the FIRE button
- Change of Power: 3 quick presses of the FIRE (low, medium or high)
Pod and Coil
The Geekvape Mero utilizes a 3ml pod that can be filled with your favourite vape juice. It is compatible with the Geekvape B series coil to providing a comfortable experience. The kit includes a 0.4ohm coil rated for 25-33W.
The Geekvape Mero adopts an adjustable airflow intake to deliever the ultimate flavour and colossal vapour production for both MTL or DTL. You can adjust the airflow by twisting the pod. For me, it is not an authentic tight MTL but more like a restricted DTL to slightly more restricted DTL.
The Mero uses a convenient top fill design that helps prevent leakage. I had no experienced leaking after using it for about one month. It features a 510 adapter that allows you to use both the Mero Pod or your favourite sub-ohm tank, making it a versatile vape kit. I tested the 0.4ohm coil with my beloved vape juices. It delivers a nice draw. No matter what type or strength of vape juices you like to use, the Mero can work well to deliver a tasty flavour.
Pros and Cons
- Easy to use
- Great flavour
- Type-C charging
- Well built quality
- Decent battery life
- Responsive fire button
- Convenient top-fill design
- Basic function
- Only one coil included
- Limited airflow adjustment
Overall, the Geekvape Mero is a compact and portable pod kit. It combines everything that I was looking for: versatility, decent flavour, great battery, fast charging and nice draw. It can be better if Geekvape can provide more functions for this kit. If you are a new vaper or you are looking for a device with tiny construction and easy navigation, I recommend you to give the Mero a try.
What do you think of the Geekvape Mero? Have you tried it? Leave me a comment and let me know your thoughts!