Category Archive: Product Showcases

  1. Vaptio Fragg – Review

    Vaptio Fragg

    Hello and welcome to a new review on the Vaptio Fragg Mod! In this review, we will be looking at the Fragg mod from Vapito from the specs to general thoughts about the device!

    Vaptio Fragg Review

    Box Contents

    1 * FRAGG Mod
    1 * USB Type-C Cable
    1 * User Manual
    1 * Lanyard

    Mod Design

    The design of this mod is small and compact as well as lightweight, it’s perfect for those who are looking for the extra power but don’t want something bulky and awkward to carry. The mod also comes with a lanyard which helps keep your mod from having a tumble if you are on the clumsy side. the diameter of the 510 plate is just shy of 23mm (29.9mm if you want specifics) and the mod stands at 78mm tall.

    The material the Fragg is made from is a zinc alloy with plastic and Faux leather which keeps the mod lightweight, the screen is located on the side just under the fire button and control buttons. The screen itself is a 0.69inch OLED screen which is nice and bright, I had no problems seeing the screen in any lighting.

    The buttons are nice and a good size for the mod, they do have a slight texture to them which is good to see, my only issue with the buttons is that they aren’t as clicky as I prefer, I know its a small detail but I like to know when I’ve pressed something, I mean you know you’ve pressed the mod as it reacts quickly to the corresponding button you’ve pressed but I just wanted a little more of a click with the button. As I say though, that’s just personal preference.

    A final note on the design is the charge port, its located underneath the control buttons and uses a type-c charger, I will talk more on this in the next section.

    Mod Features

    The Fragg comes with a few different modes and has some adjustability as well, ill list the controls of the mod and then discuss each mode on the mod below.

    • Turning the device on/off – five clicks of the fire button
    • Adjust Wattage – use the two buttons below the fire button
    • Access menu – Press the fire button three times.
    • Lock the device – Press and hold the adjustment buttons.
    • Flip the screen – Press and hold the adjustment buttons. (Note, the device will lock first, after locking/unlocking it will flip.)
    • Fire – Press and hold the fire button

    The Vaptio Fragg also comes with a few different modes to operate in, below is a list of these modes.

    • VW – This is standard wattage mode, the max output is 60w
    • VV – This is voltage mode, the max output is 4v
    • Pre – A pre-heat mode, the max output is 15w
    • By – Bypass mode, this works depending on the battery voltage and resistance of the coil, the less battery you have, the less output you’ll get.
    • Settings – Adjust settings for sleep timer up to 20 seconds & vape time up to 10 seconds.

    The Fragg mod has a maximum and minimum resistance as well, this ranges between 0.2oHm to 1.8oHm. The battery capacity is 2000mAh and as mentioned before with the charge port is a Type-C charger and charges at the rate of 5V/2A which if this is true, should mean your device will be capable of fast charging.

    Vaptio Fragg

    Pros and Cons

    As always, ill list what my pros and cons for this device are and explain my reasons to believe that.


    • Lightweight and compact – Its super light weighing in at 132g according to Vaptios website, this makes it the perfect device for someone who doesn’t want something big and bulky
    • Plenty of different modes – I think with this device, there’s something for everyone here to use.
    • Fast charge – If fast charge works correctly, it’ll be a major plus, I would expect the device to charge from flat to full in less than an hour. I’ll update the blog when I find out for definite


    • Pre-heat mode – To be honest, I think Vaptio missed a better option here, they could have gone for a curve mode to pre-heat coils which the user could have adjusted accordingly.
    • 510 Plate – The 510 plate is tiny which considering a lot of recent tanks are around the 24mm+ mark, meaning a lot of tanks will overhang the plate.

    Final Thoughts

    So there we have it, the Vaptio Fragg mod, I think it is a decent mod for what you get from it. if I was to pair this up with a tank, I would go for something like the Tecc Slider 2 or the Innokin Zlide tank for an MTL experience, If you are looking to get one, check out the link to get yours today!

    Vaptio Fragg Review

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    Thanks again for reading

    Written by Cal

  2. Innokin Adept Mod Review

    Innokin Adept Mod Review

    Good day readers, hope this finds you all well. Today we are going to be looking at the Innokin Adept Mod we will go over the specs and features of the mod and what my personal opinion is on the mod itself.

    Innokin Adept Mod

    Specs of the Adept

    The Adept Mod is a 3000mAh battery with a max output of 17w, that wasn’t a typo, that is the max output of this mod, which seems weird but this is, after all, an MTL device, originally paired with the Zlide tank from Innokin which is the successor to the Zenith tank. So considering the mAh and max wattage output of the mod, you can imagine that this will be an absolute powerhouse of a mod to use. The mod is also made from IP67 materials which means that the device is shockproof, waterproof and dustproof which is a contender in the whole indestructible mods available currently. The resistance range of the mod is from 0.4-3.0Ohm which means that those who want to use low resistance coils with this mode are not going to be able to use them. It stands around 85mm tall and about 44mm wide which means its not overally bulky but more bulky than the average MTL kit.


    Looking at the mod, we are greeted with a silicone looking matriel which is held together by a polished metal plate at the top and bottom of the mod. At the front of the mod we have the controls and fire button, the fire button is a decent size and in my opinion quite clicky as ive stated before is a major bonus when im looking for an ideal mod. At the bottom of the mod there is another button which is also fairly big and clicky, we will get into the features of this button in the next section and at the bottom of the mod youll see the charge port which uses a Micro USB port and is cover with a snug bung to protect the port from dust and water. Just below the USB port, youll see a few numbers which are devided into two groups, the group on the left goes from 11-14w whilst the group on the right is 14-17w, again this will be explained in the feautres of the numbers in the next section.

    Overall i think the mod itself is good looking, when it comes to comfort, ive got to say it is comfotable and snug, its not to bulky like some mods ive had but again has a good size to it as well, when it stacks up againist another mod like the Aegis Legend which is made from the same materials, i find it is alot nice in the hand with the adept compared to the Aegis Legend.


    To turn the Adept device on/off, press the fire button three times, when using the device, it uses bright LED lights to indicate battery life and power settings along with the strange looking symbols youll have noticed under the mod itself (<] & [>) these represent the type of coil you have. With the Adept mod, there is an onboard dection system available which will pick up what the resistance the coil is, if its above 1.oOhm, it will use the 11-14w scale, if its below 1.0Ohm, it will use the 14-17w. Do remember the minimum resistance of the mod is 0.4ohm which means anything below that wont fire due to the regulators that are also installed on the device. To change the wattage on the device, simply press the button at the bottom and cycle through the different wattages.


    Final Thoughts

    So with the Adept, its clear to see that this is a MTL device, although the Zlide is the original tank to go with this device, ive been using the GS Dirve tank rated at 0.75ohm and it works great, its good to see theres a mod now with high mAh which is bulit for the MTL community in mind, my only real criticism on this is that i would of loved to see this mod use a Type-C Port as aposed to a Micro USB Port, with the Type-C, it would have been more efficent at charging the device meaning you wouldnt have to wait as long for it to be fully charged to use. Other than that, i can see why you wouldnt want the Adept, its sleek, comfrotable and an all around solid device to use as a daily driver.

    To get your Innokin Adept Mod, click here.

    Thanks again for reading

    This review was written by Cal

  3. NEW! Winny’s 50ml E-Liquid

    Looking for a new range of liquids to treat your tastebuds with? Check out Winny’s 50ml Range! We currently have 22 different flavours ranging from fruits and mints to desserts and sweets! Below we will go through the full range and describe the types of flavours you’ll get in this range!

    For this post, in order to give a personal opinion, I gave each of the flavours a try on my Pulse X RDA from Vandy Vape. You can get yours here if you wanted to get into coil building.

    Winny's 50ml

    Blackjack: The classic flavour that everyone seems to be trying to get a hold of! When I tried this liquid, it reminded me of the Barratts Blackjack sweets from the 10p pick & mix you used to get when you were younger.  a strong candy flavour!

    Banana Custard: Sweet lashings of creamy custard with big chunks of banana. This packs a lot of flavour and the balance between the banana and the custard is just right. Banana can often be an over-powering flavour so finding this balance isn’t always easy.

    Blueberry Muffin: I always like to see a Muffin flavour because they’re not as common as you would expect for saying actual baked muffins are so delicious. I’m over the moon that we’ve got one now! A rich, muffin base flavour with strong blueberry flavour. Blueberry always goes so well in E-Liquid too!

    Blue Raspberry Chewitz: Cast your mind back to when the small square chewy sweets were everyone’s go-to confectionary; the ones with the little dino as the mascot! Well we’ve brought them back with a blue raspberry twist and the result is delightful! You get plenty of the tangy blue raspberry but it’s got a lovely sweet candy undertone to take the edge off.

    Bubblegum Millionz: This flavour is rather sought after in the vaping community so the pressure was on – there was a lot to live up to! I can honestly say though, considering you usually see this flavour in “premium” brands at around £14.99 per 50ml, this one leaves me questioning why anyone would ever pay that! It’s absolutely spot on and for a fraction of the price – £4.99 is a steal!

    Cherry & Watermelon Nerdz: This is a winner for the sweet tooth vapers out there. Juicy cherries come together with refreshing watermelon and a sweet candy undertone. This flavour feels as if you’ve just bitten into one of those jelly sweets with the gooey centre that bursts in your mouth!

    Custard Doughnut: Nothing beats the smell of a freshly baked doughnut, especially when it’s filled with a generous helping of custard. This one is exactly what it says on the tin, definitely one for the dessert lovers out there. You get plenty of the moreish sugary dough at the start of the draw, then the lovely smooth custard pulls through which I think actually rounds the flavour off well and stops it from becoming too sweet.

    Fantango Ice Blast: Arguably one of the best drinks ever made now in a 60ml bottle! This one is a real sweet mix of berries finished off with an icy slush blast. The coolness balances the flavour off perfectly and as above stops the flavour being too sweet.

    Fruit Salad: If the blackjack wasn’t your style of classic sweets, maybe the fruit salad is! A real fruity number reminiscent of the Barratts chews.

    Grape Berry Mint: If you like a fresh kick with your fruits, this flavour could be worth a try! There’s plenty of depth to this one; black grapes and sweet berries provide a lovely fruity base, then they’re finished off with a cool minty after taste. This one is moreish, I couldn’t get enough of this one, you need it in your tank ASAP!

    Lemon & Lime Twister: Everyones favourite ice cream now in your vape, a mixture of sweet lemon and limes with a creamy undertone and a touch of frost.

    Lemon Tart: There’s no doubt that Lemon tart is one of the nicest sorts of tarts out there, lashing of lemon curd in a crumbly pastry case.

    Mango Mint: Mango flavours have really started to take off again in my opinion, I don’t usually get a lot of people asking for this particular flavour in general but since lockdown and the distinct lack of travelling abroad, I guess the exotic flavours are a good replacement for them, this is one you should try, a nice bold mango flavour with a cool mint aftertaste.

    Mr Pink: A popular flavour reborn, a mixture of blackcurrant and tangy citrus fruits to get the tastebuds tingling.

    Mr Red: Based on a popular flavour, red currants and aniseed with a strong hit of menthol, quite refreshing in my opinion

    Mr White: If everyone’s favourite chemistry teacher made E-Liquid, this would be the one, Blackcurrants and aniseed with a strong hit of menthol making a fresh vape!

    Parma Violetz: I don’t think there’s a better flavour but I’m pretty biased when it comes to parma violets since they are my favourite sweets!

    Rybena: A great flavour and its been popular since its release as well, sweet blackcurrants squashed into a bottle, a good drinks flavour.

    Sour Apples: Even though sour is quite a tough flavour to crack when it comes to making E-Liquid, I’ve got to say that this packs some serious flavour, tart green apples with a bitter kick.

    Strawberry & Lime Cider: I think with this flavour, maybe we should have released it back in March when the pubs shut for lockdown but better late than never I say, sweet strawberries and fresh lime pressed in with an apple cider, for that refreshing taste.

    Strawberry Milkshake: Now I do like my dessert flavours and I’ve got to say that this strawberry milkshake is a great flavour to be honest, so rich and creamy, definitely one that’s hard to put down.

    Vymto: I would say this is more of a candied vimto, like the pineapple cubes but with vimto instead, good flavour though.

    To conclude with this range, its got a flavour that covers pretty much all the areas you’d want, I think it’s a well-round range with a good selection and a good price as well, RRP of a bottle is £4.99 which, to be honest, is a bargain in my opinion and you get more than what you pay for when it comes down to the quality of the flavours.

    Thanks again for reading and if you want to order any of these flavours then you’re in luck as they are available on our website, check the like here to find out more!

    Winny's 50ml

    The review was written by Cal

  4. Geekvape Aegis Max Review

    Geekvape Aegis Max


    Hello and welcome back to another review. Here we have the absolute tank that is the Geekvape Aegis Max! I was very excited to get my hands on one of these, so without further ado, let’s get straight into it!

    Aegis Max Mod

    Geekvape Aegis Max Specs

    Mod Size: 93 x 46.3 x 34mm
    Battery: Single 20700/21700 (or 18650 with adapter)
    Temperature range: 100-315°C / 200-600°F
    Resistance range: 0.05-3ohm
    Dust resistant, water-resistant and shock-resistant
    Micro USB – 1.5A / 5V charge rate

    What I Used

    For the purpose of this review, I used the trusty Blotto RTA from Dovpo in collab with Youtube vape reviewer, The Vaping Bogan. Installed in said RTA I have some Coilology Twisted NI80 dual coils (with a resistance of 0.2ohm) with Cotton Bacon. For Juice, I went with the 70VG/30PG Banana Custard from our new Winny’s Range!

    Aegis Max Mod

    The Mod

    The Mod itself is a cracking piece of kit; with its design and look, it’s a little nod to the Aegis Solo but stands a little taller, and instead of taking a single 18650 battery, it’ll take a 21700 or 20700 battery. 18650 if you use the adapter which comes with the kit. To install the battery into your mod, all you have to do is unscrew the battery door on the bottom of the mod, this is a lot better than the catch doors we’ve seen on the Aegis Legend or the Ageis X, I’ve never really trusted catch doors to be fair and the threads on the Max are smooth and easy to screw/unscrew. As with standard for the Aegis series, the Aegis Max is also made from silicone and alloy materials which makes this mod IP67 certified, staying true to the series of the Aegis.

    Aegis Max Mod

    Features and settings

    The Aegis Max comes with an array of features which suit all vapers, below is all the features and how to set them up as well as how to use the device.

    How to operate

    Turn on/off – Press the fire button five times

    Adjust Wattage/Temp – Use the + and – buttons

    Lock Wattage/Temp/Settings – Press and hold the + and – Button

    Menu – Three Clicks of the fire button


    Settings and Programs

    Here I will talk about the different settings the mod has

    Power – This is your standard setting which most people are familiar with, you can adjust your wattage according to the wattage range of the coil with a max output of 100w

    Temp – Temp Control (TC) is the setting which allows you to run your tank depending on your coil material. you can choose from; Nichrome (NI) Stainless Steel (SS) and Titanium (TI). There is also a TCR mode which stands for Temperature Coefficient of Resistance, What this means is that the mod will take into account the resistance and material of the coil. if you are like me and this still goes over your head, less resistance, more heat at a faster rate, ill be honest, when I looked this up, I think I read it about four times to understand how this works!

    VPC – VPC which stands for Variable Power Control. This is a sort of curve setting which allows you to set how the coil behaves when in use. An example of this is if you vape at 50w, you can set the points to start from 30w and work your way up or start from 70w and work your way down as a sort of pre-heat mode.

    Bypass – Bypass mode is where the device will work depending on two factors; The resistance of the coils and the voltage of the battery, in short, the lower resistance and more charge on your battery you have, the more vapour production your tank will do. it works similar to a mechanical mod but the bonus of this is that you’ve got the safety features of a regulated mod!

    Aegis Max Mod


    Pros and Cons

    As with every mod and device, there’s pros and cons to each. I’m happy to report that the pros definitely outweigh the cons, ill list them below

    • IP67 Certified – Considering this is what the Aegis Series is all about, it’s good to see they have stuck with the core principles of the mod series.
    • Takes 18650/20700/21700 batteries – With a good selection of batteries that can be used, it doesn’t exclude anyone from using this mod.
    • Multiple Settings – This is handy for those who prefer different settings to standard wattage mode like myself.
    • Easy to use – If I can use it, anyone can!
    • Comfortable to hold – With the use of silicone, it makes this mod comfortable to hold and doesn’t feel bulky despite the materials used
    • Battery door handle – Although i wouldn’t be overly concerned about this con, i would feel those who may have sensitive skin, the handle might irritate your fingers but as I said, this is a very minor con.



    In conclusion, I am extremely impressed with this mod, it has everything you expect from a series like this. Geekvape has always outdone themselves with there hardware, you only need to look at devices like the Blade Mod which is a dual 21700 mod or the Ammit RTA as well. If you are looking for a single battery mod, I would highly recommend this to anyone! Click here to get yours now.

    Thanks for reading.

    Written by Cal


  5. Smok R-KISS Kit

    SMOK R-KISS Kit Review!


    When it comes to dual 18650 kits, I often find that they can be too bulky for the hand and are uncomfortable in the pocket. However, with the innovation of SMOK, they’ve released the R-KISS Kit. In today’s review, we will be looking at the full kit which comes with the TFV-Mini V2 tank and seeing how this kit stacks up with everything else on the market.

    The R-KISS Mod

    The mod itself is a dual 18650 battery mod with a max output of 200w. It is compact which makes it a lot easier to carry around in the pocket and at 77mm tall and 44mm wide it’s pretty small compared to previous Smok mods like the Alien TC220 and the Procolour kit. As for the rest of the mod, you’ve got the classic side-bar firing button which we have seen quite a lot with SMOK products over time. The button is quite ‘clicky’ which is a major positive in my book as I like to know the button has pressed properly. There are also adjustment buttons at the bottom of the LCD screen which again are quite clicky, and there’s a micro USB port at the bottom between the adjustment buttons which is in a good position to comfortably stand the mod up while charging. Please remember though you are better off charging your batteries in a bay charger (Click Here for Bay Chargers) if your mod takes more than one battery. This is because bay chargers ensure each battery is charged evenly and at the same rate, so all batteries receive the same charge and not one is favoured over the other(s).⁠ On the subject of batteries, the battery door is located underneath the mod which is quite sturdy; I guess SMOK have learnt their lesson with these doors since the Alien Mod was prone to popping open on its own!

    As for features on the R-KISS mod, it is very minimal, as much as I would like to have seen SMOK’s trademark menu system, the idea behind the kit was to keep things as easy as possible for sub-ohm vaping. This means no complex menu system to contend with, just wattage adjustment. The only real option you can change on this device is your colour scheme by pressing and holding the positive and negative buttons simultaneously, this allows you to cycle through the colours so that it’s to your personal taste.

    Because this mod uses two 18650 batteries that aren’t included, this gives the user the option to choose what batteries they go for. Being a heavy user I need good battery life (high ‘mAh’ on batteries), so I opted for two of the Efest 3100mAh batteries which lasted me over a day before they needed charging.



    TFV-Mini V2

    The tank that this kit comes with is the TFV-Mini V2. Again when it comes to stock tanks, I don’t usually hold out much hope for them, considering I’m more of an RBA/RTA person myself. I tend to use the tank a couple of times and then switch back to my Geekvape Zeus RTA. However, for this review, I did use this tank quite a bit and put it through the paces. To be fair, it came out on top!

    The tank itself is built well with some good machining on the base and top cap of the tank; everything opens smoothly but with just the right amount of resistance so there’s no cheap feel. The diameter of the tank is 25mm which is standard for a lot of sub tanks and it does sit nice and central on the R-KISS kit which is another point I quite like about the kit.

    Filling the tank is simply done by holding down the button at the top of the tank and then twisting the top cap to open and reveal the fill hole on the side. From there you can go ahead and put in your favourite juice (I’ve been using the Soft Mints from VPR). When you have filled your tank, simply push it shut and vape away (after leaving it to soak for 5 minutes if it’s a fresh coil, of course).

    Changing the coil is also simple. To do this, unscrew the base of the tank and then unscrew your coil from the base. Then just screw in a new coil and put the tank back together.

    A1 & A2 Coils

    The Kit comes with two coils, one pre-installed and the other as a spare coil. Both of these are mesh coils for optimum flavour, vapour and longevity. These coils, in my opinion, are my favourite ones to use but the TFV-Mini V2 does have a wide choice of coils available for different vaping experiences. These include the S1, S2, K1 and K2 coils.

    The A1 coil is rated at 0.17ohms with a range of 90w-140w whilst the A2 is a Dual 0.2ohm coil with a range of 70-120w. In my personal opinion, I tend to get the idea that SMOK might be over-rating the coils which has happened before with their coils. To remedy this, I ran my coils lower than the minimum which allowed me to choose what’s best for the coil. For example when using the A1 coil which runs between 90w – 140w I first used this at 50w which still performed adequately, then slowly increased the wattage until I found that around 85w was perfect for me in terms of flavour and vapour production. I was getting the full, strong, fresh mint but with the perfect amount of sweetness, all accompanied by deep clouds of vapour. I got around 10 days out of this coil (with quite heavy use) before it burnt out and I had to change it. I started the A2 (0.2 Ohm / 70-120w) on 40w which again performed okay; I eventually ended up on 70w (the bottom end of the recommended wattage range for this coil) and found this gave me the best flavour and vapour. I’m still using this coil now and I’m on day 8 with it – still going strong!


    After using the R-KISS kit for a while, I found it to be the simple kit that just keeps on giving. It is so easy to use for a powerful sub ohm kit, and I was very pleased with the overall performance of the kit considering I’m used to a Mech / RBA or RTA setup. If I had to pick a fault with the kit it would be based on a small feature of the tank which is its drip tip. I enjoy the idea of having my own custom drip tips on top of my tank, but the tank’s drip tip is essentially just a sleeve which fits over the top of the tank instead of being an interchangeable / universal drip tip. I know this is very minute flaw when the rest of the kit has impressed me so much, but it has to be said! I would still certainly recommend this to someone who wants to transition from mouth-to-lung (MTL) to Sub-Ohm and is looking for something easy to use with no hassle.

    If you are looking to get an R-KISS Kit, we’ve got them available on our online store and also in-store as well! Click here and get yours today.

    Thanks again for reading.

    This review was written by Cal.

  6. Review: Vaporesso Target PM80 Pod Kit

    Vaporesso Target PM80. Best Pod Vape of 2020?

    Vaporesso Target PM80 Pod Kit. This is one of the latest devices in the trend of pod systems we’ve been seeing recently and here, we’re going to have an in-depth look at this kit.

    The Target PM80 is a 2000mAh internal battery kit with a max output of 80W, which, to say the least definitely packs a punch!

    For the purpose of this review, we purchased the device ourselves so we could give a 100% genuine and unbiased opinion. After using it we decided to stock them ourselves so that probably gives you an idea of the way this review is heading. Hint: we loved it!

    What’s In The Box?

    • 1x Target PM80 Battery
    • 2x Target PM80 Pod (2ml)
    • 1x GTX 0.2Ohm Mesh Coil
    • 1x GTX 0.3Ohm Mesh Coil
    • 1x USB Cable (Micro USB)
    • 1x User Manual
    • 1x Warranty Card
    • 1x Reminder Card


    • Cartridge capacity: 2ml
    • Size: 102 x 24.8 x 33.4mm
    • Wattage: 5-80w
    • Coil resistance: GTX 0.2 – 1.2Ohm
    • Battery capacity: 2000mAh
    • Display: 0.96″ TFT screen

    Look and build

    The feel of the Target PM80 is as you’d hope for from a pod kit; it’s sturdy, compact, fits well into the pocket and is very comfortable and discreet in the hand because of its small size.

    The mod itself comes with a shiny alloy-look finish coupled with a faux leather feel grip on the back in your desired colour/pattern. Since I’m quite boring when it comes to colours, I’ve gone for the black version of this kit, however it does still look stunning if I do say so myself.

    Battery and Chipset

    The Target PM80 comes with a built-in 2000mAh battery and a max output of 80w, however with the lowest resistance coil available (0.2Ohm) having a maximum wattage of 60W, I don’t think you will be getting as high as 80W but at least it leaves room in case they bring out any new coils in the future. With the high wattage capabilities in mind, a big worry with Pod kits is that their batteries are not large enough to last when being used at high powers. When it comes to charging the kit I have found I haven’t had to charge it regularly at all, even when using the 0.3ohm coil heavily on 40W. I can easily get at a day’s charge from this kit before having to charge it. In the box is a Micro USB charge lead and the PM80 has a 2AMP quick charge feature that is all the rage these days (people don’t want to wait long for a fully charged battery). I have found the kit charges quite quickly so in that department, I have no complaints.

    The chipset inside is the Axon Chip which fires at a rapid 0.001s. After continuous use of the PM80 I have found this to be true; the response time from pressing the fire button is extremely fast. On the note of button pressing, the buttons on this device are quite ‘clicky’ which is a major positive to me as I like to know when I’ve pressed a button!

    Coils and Installation

    For the Target PM80, the coils used are the GTX Range. Some of you more eagle-eyed readers might recognise these from the GTX One kit that’s been floating around recently. The coils themselves utilise a mesh style build which is extremely popular in vaping due to the improved flavour and lifespan over traditional coils.

    For installing your coil, it’s simple to do, remove your pod from the device and push in the coil. Please note the line that goes through the coil, that will have to be in line with the drip tip of the pod to install it correctly.

    GTX 0.2ohm Coil

    The 0.2ohm GTX coil has a wattage range of 45w-60w. Even at 40W the flavour is great and the vapour production is impressive! No complaints about it but bear in mind it is quite powerful for a pod kit coil, maybe open a window when vaping indoors to keep visibility!

    GTX 0.3ohm Coil

    The 0.3ohm GTX coil has a range of 32-45W. I must say that this is one of my preferred coils out of the stock coils that came in the box because with the juice I’m using I prefer the slightly lower wattage (I’ll get more into the juice further down). The flavour is fantastic and still produces a good amount of cloud.

    Functions and usage

    So when it comes down to a kit like this, I was expecting minimal features on the device but we have an abundance of choice when it comes to settings.

    Turning the device one is five clicks and turning it off is also five clicks as you’d expect. Adjusting the wattage is achieved by the two buttons located at the bottom of the screen which will increase/decrease in increments of 0.5w.

    To lock the adjustment keys for your preferred wattage, press the fire button three times in quick succession. To unlock, press the same button three times.

    Accessing the menu is simple too, just press and hold the positive and negative buttons and this will access the menu. From here you have the following options:

    Smart VW: This is a great feature in my eyes. When you have turned this feature on, it auto-detects the correct wattage for the coil that is installed. An example of this would be the following: if I take the pod out and install the 0.3ohm coil with has a wattage range between 32-45w, with the smart VW mode turned on, it will automatically set the wattage to 40w as I pop the pod in because this is the best setting for the coil according to the device. If you find that the set wattage from the smart VW mode is too much or too little, you can still adjust it but it will change the wattage every time you remove the pod and pop it back in. To turn this mode off, access the menu again, select Smart VW from the menu and press off.

    VW Mode: This is the standard variable wattage mode that the device will be set in when you first start using the Target PM80.

    VV Mode: This makes the device work In voltage and will act accordingly to the battery’s charge.

    Puff: Display and reset the puff counter

    Default: Reset the device to factory setting

    Theme: Change the colour of the screen

    Exit: Exit the menu

    The Target PM80 also comes with a bunch of different safety features listed below:

    USB input
    Low battery
    No Load
    Short circuit

    How does it perform?

    The million-dollar question on everyone’s mind, is it any good? Well I’m happy to report that the Target PM80 is a brilliant device, I’ve been using this one for around 3 weeks now primarily with the 0.3 Ohm coil, and am only just having to change the coil now as I’ve been writing this review. That’s not to say coils will last three weeks every time as you all know, different factors affect coil life in different ways, but I’ve been pretty lucky with the coils I guess!

    I usually make my own juices with a minute amount of nicotine (around 1mg) for my mech mod / RBA setup, but to test the PM80 I decided to try a bit more nicotine because not as powerful as my mech. I’ve been cycling through British Blend range in 3mg, with a new flavour every time I finish a bottle. The flavour from the coils is tremendous and I haven’t noticed any drop in flavour either. The cloud production is great too, I wasn’t expecting a pod kit to perform as well as it’s done and produce a dense amount of cloud, especially considering British Blend 3mg is only 60% VG! I would quite happily say that this is a remarkable sub-ohm pod kit and if there wasn’t a ‘go-to’ before, there certainly is now!

    Final thoughts on the Vaporesso Target PM80

    So as you can gather from the review, I would happily recommend this kit based on the overall performance and design; the features on the device work flawlessly and if it broke or got lost, I would be more than happy to replace the kit!

    The price of the kit is £44.99 from the site which for a device like this and the extras it comes with, I would say is a great price.

    Although I have yet to try the 1.2ohm coil in the GTX range, I would say this would be more for someone who is looking for a compact sub-ohm kit but I’m sure with the higher resistance coil that it would work well as a mouth-to-lung (MTL) kit.

    Thank you for reading and I hope this has been informative if you have enjoyed the review. If you’re reading this from our Facebook post, let us know in the comments down below what you thought! If you’re reading this on our website, head on over to our Facebook page and give your feedback there! We will be doing more reviews soon so watch this space!

    Get your Vaporesso Target PM80 here.

    This review was written by Cal.

  7. Innokin iTaste Kroma-A Kit Product Showcase!

    Innokin iTaste Kroma-A TC 75W 2000mAh Kit

    The Innokin iTaste Kroma-A Kit consists of the Innokin Kroma-A Mod and the Innokin Axiom M21 Sub Ohm Tank.

    The Kroma-A Mod is a Temperature Control, Variable Wattage 75W Mod with a 2000mAh built in Li-Po battery, a micro USB Charging port and an OLED screen to display all of your essential settings (Wattage, Voltage, Atomiser Resistance, Battery Level and Puff Timer). It operates a 3-click Lock/Unlock safety feature to prevent accidental firing. Click the firing button quickly three times to unlock the device, then when finished vaping quickly click it another three times to lock it. Like most Innokin Mods, the Kroma-A has a traffic light system to indicate the battery level. This means when you hold down the firing button it will light up Green (High), Amber (Medium) or Red (Low) to show how much battery is left. When on charge, the firing button will light up using these colours however when it turns green this does not mean it is fully charged. The light will go off when the mod is fully charged. A USB Charging cable comes with the kit to charge the device. The Temperature Control feature of this mod supports Nickel (Ni), Titanium (Ti) and Stainless Steel (SS) Coils.

    The Innokin Axiom M21 Tank is a 2ml Top Filling Sub Ohm Tank with adjustable airflow, 510 threading and a wide bore delrin drip tip. If the drip tip is too wide, there is a spare thinner one that simply pops into the top of the existing one. The Axiom has a pre-installed 0.5 Ohm coil with a recommended wattage range of 20W-35W, as well as a spare 0.65 Ohm coil with a recommended wattage range of 35W-65W. To change the coil, simply unscrew the base and screw off the coil. The kit comes with some spare O-Rings (seals), a spare glass tube and a vape brand to protect the glass.

    Innokin iTaste Kroma-A Kit

    Innokin Kroma-A Mod Features:

    -Wattage Range: 6W-75W

    -Battery Capacity: 2000mAh Built-in Li-Po Battery

    -Screen: OLED Screen to display Wattage, Voltage, Atomiser Resistance, Battery Level and Puff Timer.

    -Charging: Micro USB Charging Port. Traffic light battery level indicator.

    -Chip: Aethon Chip

    -Temperature Control: Nickel (Ni), Titanium (Ti) and Stainless Steel (SS) coils.

    Innokin Axiom M21 Tank Features:

    -Capacity: 2ml

    -Filling: Top Filling

    -Coil Change: Bottom coil change

    -Airflow: 3-slot adjustable airflow

    -Atomiser: Pre-installed 0.5 Ohm Atomiser (20W-35W) with 0.65 Ohm atomiser (35W-65W) spare.

    -Drip Tip: Wide bore delrin

    -Tank Material: Glass tube

    -Threading: 510


    -Innokin Kroma-A Mod

    -Innokin Axiom M21 Tank (Pre-installed 0.5 Ohm Coil)

    -Spare 0.65 Ohm Coil

    -Spare Glass Tube

    -USB Charging Cable

    -Vape Band (to protect glass)

    -Pack of Spare Seals

    -User Manual & Specifications card

    Kit Price: £59.99

  8. Eleaf iPower Mod Product Showcase!

    The Eleaf iPower Mod is a very impressive device; it has fantastic battery life, offers an abundance of power, sits comfortably in the hand and is absolutely affordable!

    Here are the iPower’s main features and specifications:

    -Size: 49.5mm x 23.5mm x 83.5mm
    -Threading: 510
    -Modes: Variable Wattage (VW) / Bypass mode / Smart mode / Temperature control mode (Nickel, Titanium, Stainless Steel, Temperature Coefficient of Resistance – Memory 1, 2 & 3)
    -Wattage Range: 1 Watt – 80 Watts
    -Temperature Control (TC) Resistance range: 0.05 Ohm – 1.5 Ohm
    -Variable Wattage Resistance Range: 0.1 Ohm – 3.5 Ohm
    -Temperature Range (TC Mode): 100℃ – 315℃ (200℉ – 600℉)

    Colours: Brushed Steel, Grey, Bronze & Wood

    Price: £39.99

    Eleaf iPower Box Mod










    If you are after a device that will last you all day, then the Eleaf iPower Mod is definitely something you should consider. It has a huge 5000mAh battery built in, so not only does it last for hours, you don’t have to worry about buying a battery for it because it’s already built in and included in the price! If you do manage to drain the battery, it has bypass mode so you can vape while you’re charging it!

    The iPower doesn’t just excel in battery life, it has a very respectable maximum power output of 80W which is more than enough to keep even the most avid vapers happy! On Variable Wattage mode this mod can fire coils from 0.1 Ohm all the way up to 3.5 Ohm, so there’s a lot of room for different coils and vaping preferences. If this isn’t enough, the mod offers Temperature Control mode for experienced vapers to further personalise their vape; the temperature range of this mod on temperature control is 100℃ – 315℃ (200℉ – 600℉) on coils ranging from 0.05 Ohm – 1.5 Ohm.

    The mod is not too bulky and has a rounded, smooth finish to provide a comfortable fit in the palm of your hand. The iPower keeps it simple when it comes to colour, but we think that it’s pulled off brilliantly as the choice of Brushed Steel, Grey, Bronze or Wood Grain offer a discrete dimension to the mod.

    The threading on the Eleaf iPower is 510 which will fit most tanks on the market today.

    This mod not only offers huge vaping power and diversity, but it will last a long time while providing it! This coupled with its cosy grip in the hand make the £39.99 price tag entirely justifiable!


  9. Eleaf iStick Pico Kit with Melo III Mini Tank Review!

    Eleaf iStick Pico Kit with Melo III Mini Tank!

    This is Eleaf’s new product prior to the upcoming TPD laws requiring all tanks to be 2ml or below. The all new Eleaf iStick Pico Kit comes packed with plenty of power accompanied by the option to use different Milliamp (mAh) 18650 removable batteries for plenty of battery life. This is all accomplished whilst still being TPD compliant by incorporating the Melo III Mini Tank! Let’s take a look at the main features and specifications of this innovative kit:


    -Removable 18650 battery (not included)

    -Wide variety of modes: Variable Wattage/Temperature Control (Nickel, Titanium & Stainless Steel)/Bypass/Temperature Coefficient of Resistance.

    -Upgradeable firmware to keep the mod up-to-date.

    -Output wattage: 1W – 75W

    -Output temperature: 100-315℃ (200-600℉)

    -Small size for maximum comfort.

    -Mod Dimensions: 45mm x 23mm x 70.5mm (115mm tall with tank)

    -Colours – Black, Silver and White

    Eleaf iStick Pico Kit with Melo III Mini Tank










    The Pico takes a single removable 18650 battery; we have a wide choice of different mAh 18650 batteries available, ranging from 2100mAh all the way up to 3100mAh which will easily get you through a full day of vaping on a medium setting of 50w or less. The higher the mAh, the longer your battery will last.

    Variable Wattage mode allows you to alter the power of your device to cater to different coil resistances or your personal preference. If you’d like a better hit then turn the wattage up, if you’d like a weaker hit then turn the wattage down.

    The Pico also includes temperature control for a wide range of coils which allows the user to further personalise their vape by setting a temperature they want to use as opposed to a wattage.

    Bypass mode allows you to vape this kit whilst you’re charging it, so you don’t have to worry about waiting around for it to charge before you can get your nicotine!

    Temperature Coefficient of Resistance is a mode which offers an extremely precise dimension to vaping with this kit; the user can input the exact material of their coil (e.g. Stainless Steel 316L), then the Pico will output the perfect power and temperature for that material.

    The small size of the Pico makes this kit even more appealing as it fits perfectly in the palm of your hand! It’s not the smallest mod on the market but it offers maximum comfort whilst still offering enough power to satisfy even the most avid vaper!

    Here’s what you get with this kit:


    1 x Eleaf iStick Pico Mod

    1 x Eleaf Melo III Mini Tank (2ml – TPD Compliant)

    1 x USB Charging Cable

    1 x Instructions Manual

    The most unique feature of this kit (aside from its small size with huge power) is that it is TPD Compliant! This means that this kit is legal under the upcoming TPD regulations, so you can be sure you’ll always be able to get replacements if necessary!

    Overall this is a great little mod from Eleaf; with an exceptional 75 Watts of power and a wide variety of modes to choose from, it’s an all round brilliant device and for only £49.99 you’ll be more than pleased with what you’ve chosen!

  10. Tesla Touch 150W TC Box Mod Review!

    Tesla Touch 150W TC Mod

    The Tesla Touch is the first touchscreen mod by Teslacigs and it’s definitely impressive. There are a lot of incredible features on here so before we take a closer look at them, here’s a quick round-up of the main ones:

    • Touch Screen
    • Firmware update
    • Screen Size: 2.4”
    • Screen Type: IPS
    • Supported Languages: English & Chinese
    • Screen Lock/Unlock
    • Settings Menu
    • Display Menu
    • £109.99


    • Dimensions: 94mm x 56mm x 25.5mm
    • Material: Zinc Alloy
    • Weight: 212g
    • Output Mode: Ti (Titanium)/Ni200 (Nickel)/SS (Stainless Steel)/TCR (Temperature Control)/VW (Variable Wattage) mode
    • Output Wattage: 7 Watts – 150 Watts (increases in 1.0W increments)
    • Maximum Output Voltage: 12V
    • Maximum Output Current: 40A
    • Input Current: 30A
    • Temperature Range: 200°F – 600°F
    • Resistance Range: 0.1ohm – 3.0ohm for VW mode (variable wattage)
      0.5ohm – 1.0ohm for Ti/Ni200/SS316/TCR mode.

    Tesla Touch 150W TC Box Mod










    Touchscreen/Home Screen
    Obviously the feature that makes the Tesla Touch stand out is its touchscreen menu; at 2.4” it is bright, clear and easy to read, with all the information you need on the homescreen. The main screen displays what mode you’re in and how much battery you have left (both appearing at the very top of the screen), there is a lock option which will show blue when unlocked and yellow when locked (press it when blue to lock it, and slide the bar across the screen when yellow to unlock), and a settings button and a back button (all of these appearing at the bottom of the screen). Above this, close to the bottom of the screen is a series of values; in the centre of this is your temperature/wattage control (which can easily be changed), on the left hand side of this, the ampage and the ohms of your tank are displayed, then on the right, if you have the centre button as temperature control then the wattage option and the equivalent in voltage is shown. However, if you have the centre button as the wattage control then the temperature control and the equivalent in voltage will appear on the right. To switch from temperature control to wattage control and vice versa, simply press the button above the voltage setting (this will show as wattage if temperature control has been selected or temperature if wattage control has been selected). The touchscreen opens up many possibilities, including multiple menus and settings, complete control over these settings, customising capabilities, easy mode switches and a quick lock system that eliminates any accidental changes.

    Menu Options
    To access the display menu (shortcut menu) from the main screen, press the back button or press the settings button, then the back button. This menu will give you the following options:

    • Screen sleep (15sec, 30sec, 45sec, 60sec, Always and Never)
    • Brightness
    • Wallpaper (4 different options)
    • Language (Chinese and English)
    • About
    • Software Update (possible only with a computer)

    This menu allows for total control over your display settings. Screen too bright in the evening? Turn down the brightness. Tired of looking at the same wallpaper? Change it to a fish. Sick of your display taking too long to turn off? Change the time it takes! Everything you could possibly want to change, you can with this mod, which is exactly what sets the Tesla Touch apart from most other mods!

    The red settings button will take you straight to the settings menu which will give you the following:

    • Lock Vaping
    • Resistance Lock
    • Material Set (Kanthal, Ni200, SS 316, Ti)
    • Speed Mode (Soft Mode, Standard Mode, Powerful Made)
    • Memory (M1, M2, M3, M4, M5. Each of these in customisable and will save your preferred setting so that you can easily access it at a later date).
    • TCR (SS, TI, NI)

    This menu allows for control and customisation over your vaping settings. You can tell the mod what material your coil is made of and what speed you want the mod to work at. You can set up to five different memory modes, which is perfect for vapers prone to switching between tanks; you can easily access the settings for each tank without having to remember what you prefer it on for each of your tanks.

    With capabilities of 150 watts and 600°F, the Tesla Touch is one of Teslacigs’ most powerful. This, combined with its ability to work with atomisers as low as 0.1ohm on wattage control and 0.05 on temperature control, means this mod will work perfectly with most, if not all Sub Ohm tanks, and will satiate even the most advanced vaper.

    Size and Shape
    The Tesla Touch has clearly been ergonomically designed with a human hand in mind. The mod itself is no wider than the palm of a hand and therefore fits snugly. It is easy to switch hand positions (from using the screen, to using the fire button) without having to fumble about. The top of the mod where the tank sits is curved downwards slightly to accommodate the firing button, so there’s no uncomfortable reaching for the firing button with your thumb. The curved edges feel smooth against the hand so there’s no discomfort where there can often be on box mods. There is definitely some weight behind the mod but this only makes it more stable and less likely to slip out of your hand or be knocked off a table.

    As an added bonus, and because this is a touchscreen mod, the Tesla Touch comes with a screen protector and a cloth to clean your screen, so there’s no need to go out and buy one yourself! Not only does this kit come with physical protection, the mod itself comes with many device protections too:

    • 10s Over-puffing
    • Low Voltage Alert
    • Atomiser Short-Circuit protection
    • Reverse Connection
    • Material Set Error Alert
    • Upgrade

    The Tesla Touch is protected from all angles both physically and electronically, so there’s no need to worry about experimenting; this mod is pretty smart and will keep you from doing anything that you shouldn’t be done with this mod.

    The Tesla Touch takes 2 x 18650 batteries, which has great potential for long battery life between charges. We do suggest that because this mod takes two batteries, that these be charged out of the mod using a separate battery charger, much like the two-slot Trustfire charger; this will allow for a better charge, rather than all the charge going to one battery and therefore only lasting half as long. There are two strong magnets holding the battery chamber door to the rest of the mod. These feel really secure, making it a lot less likely for the back to fall off like with some other mods.

    Overall, there are some incredible features on the Tesla Touch which really make it stand out from the rest, and marks this as a step up in the world of touchscreen mods. Completely customisable, comfortable to hold and catering to all levels of expertise, the Tesla Touch 150W mod is a great choice if you’re wanting to delve further into the world of E-Cigarette mods.

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