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So many pod mods, which one to pick?

Posted on January 23 2020

Pod mods are definitely the trend in the market right now. With all the pod mods out there, which one is most suitable for you? Let's dive in to see the differences among them!

 

Vaporesso Target PM80 Pod Mod Kit

Vaporesso Target PM80 powered by 2000mAh battery with maximum 80W output. With the quick 2A charge function, that means 45 minutes fully charged. It is built with quality and design for its small size and big capability. Capable of reaching max. Equipped with 0.001’s instal-fire AXON chip.

SMOK RPM80 Pod Mod Kit

 SMOK RPM80 is equipped with new IQ-80 Chipset, it offers a variety of intelligent features and functional protections. Powered by 3000mh battery with maximum output of 80W. With the adjustable airflow ring at the bottom of the pod, you can rotate to adjust the air input.

SMOK RPM80 Pro Pod Mod Kit

The main difference between the RPM80 and RPM80 Pro is that RPM80 Pro takes a replaceable external 18650 battery so it can provide long lasting battery life for the device.

VOOPOO Vinci Pod Mod Kit

VOOPOO Vinci Pod Mod Kit adopts the new generation of GENE.AI chip with 1500mAh built-in battery to support manual and auto modes and meet different users. Vinci Mod Pod also features the intelligently adjustable power to match coils and bring an excellent flavor. With the innovative PUFF curve modes, it could record vaping habits for 2 weeks. 

GeekVape Aegis Boost Pod Mod Kit

Geekvape Aegis Boost Pod Mod Kit is capable of supporting the usage of Pod and RDTA up to 40W. Powered by a built-in 1500mAh battery, it features the advanced AS Chipset and maintains the shockproof, waterproof, and dustproof IP67 Rating just like the other Aegis Series. The kit can be refilled via silicone stoppered top fill system, accepts coils in a plug 'n' play manner, while adjusting the airflow dial to find the perfect airflow rate for your preferred style of vaping.

3 comments

  • Pam: May 16, 2020

    While I respect Lisa’s opinion: I HIGHLY disagree. You can very much get a satisfactory vape off of the pod mods – even if you vape at high wattages. They are a lot stronger than one would think. Some of the newer ones go up to 80 watts. I personally had always used double 18650 mods that ranked at wattages of 200 and above even though I never went that high (stayed between 50 to 85 (Now if you vape above 100 watts, she’s right, they may not be for you). I broke down and bought 3: the VooPoo Vinci (at 40 watts? This thing has power and flavor for DAYS); A SMok Nord (now that was a bit of a waste for me, as even with a 35 mg salt nic I could not achieve the throat hit I wanted – of course the Nord only maxes at about 15watts)…and finally, the SMok RPM40. I had not bought a SMok product in a while. I had become rather disenchanted with them. But I must say, they are beginning to redeem themselves. That little thing hits great too, perfect flavor, and to be honest the coils seem to actually last longer than the Vinci.
    Overall: if you’re a mod/tank person but considering making a purchase….by all means, check them out. Plus they are/can be much more affordable than buying a mod/tank kit, or buying those 2 seperate…and then the batteries, and THEN COILS….plus these devices are so much more portable and lighter and easier to throw in a bag or pocket. I’ll do a further critique review of these 3 if anyone wishes. Some great points to them & a few subjective cons too.
    All I’m saying is: don’t limit yourself.

  • Lisa: March 05, 2020

    Those pod mods are a waste of money.you will never get a satisfied feeling with one of those.just get the real deal from the start and you will.save yourself alot of money and time.

  • Alice Gregory: January 28, 2020

    Trying to see if my package is shipped

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