|THE GEEKVAPE AEGIS HERO
As much as I am a big fan of Geekvapes, I always try and stay objective in my reviews. But when this latest little gem showed up at my door it was a struggle not to fall in love. As most of you know Geekvape are quite famous for their Aegis line of devices, a series that is built tough but with functionality and a good sense of aesthetics in mind. Their latest addition to the line is a diminutive little thing but that’s not to say it doesn’t still pack the same punch it’s big brothers do. Here are my honest thoughts on the Geekvape Aegis Hero.To get more news about Geekvape Aegis Hero, you can visit urvapin official website.
Here are cheap deals for the Geekvape Aegis Hero Kit, the latest pod kit in the Aegis series of waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof devices. The Aegis Hero pod kit features top airflow, a buck-boost system, 45 watts of power, a 1200mAh integrated battery, zero leakage, B-series coils, and 4mL refillable pods.
With a similar appearance as previous Aegis kits, the Geekvape Aegis Hero looks very familiar, but it is much smaller than similar pod kits such as the Aegis Boost and Aegis Boost Plus. The dimensions of the setup come in at 48.15 by 25,4mm by 82.9mm, making it quite tiny, yet it can still achieve 45 watts of output. The Aegis Hero is constructed with five different materials including a durable stainless steel 510 bezel, a zinc alloy button, an LSR silicone chassis, an exquisite leather grip, and die-casted aluminum accent lines in rainbow, silver, red, gunmetal, blue or black. All these materials also mean the Aegis Hero is shockproof, dustproof and IP67 waterproof. As a result, you don’t need to worry too much if you drop the Aegis Hero and it can be submerged in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes without damage to the internal circuits. However, we don’t suggest you test any of these aspects.
The Aegis Hero works with a 1200mAh integrated battery with buck boost technology for long vape times and fewer recharges. Charging this battery is done by way of a 5V/1.5 amp micro USB interface with a cable you can find in the package. The maximum output from this cell is 45 watts and you may operate the Geekvape Aegis Hero in either bypass or variable wattage mode with steady performance thanks to an integrated stable output system . A 0.42 inch OLED display on the side of the mod and a + and – button underneath are used to make mode and output adjustments. However, no pictures of the user interface have been released, so we will add these here when they become available.
The Geekvape Aegis Hero works with brand new Hero pods that work with G.Coil Boost Formula Mesh coils. In the box, you will find a 0.4ohm version of this coil that fires from 25 to 33 watts and also a 0.6ohm one that operates between 15 and 25 watts. Each cartridge can hold 4mL of e-liquid and is refilled via a fill port located adjacent the mouthpiece for convenience. And, perhaps the best aspect of this pod, the mouthpiece has a top airflow system that is adjustable and should be leakproof.
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