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Joyetech Cuboid 200W Review

The Joyetech Cuboid 200W is a triple-19650 battery mod with a high power output and long battery life. What I found very interesting about this device is that apart from the name, it has almost nothing in common with the original Cuboid, which was powered by just two batteries and had a completely different design. For some reason, the Chinese manufacturer decided to go a completely new way with the second generation Cuboid, and in this review, we'll try to find out of they made the right decision. A...

SMOK AL85 Kit Review

The SMOK Alien 220W, my favorite all-time dual 18650 battery mod, apparently fell in love with the iStick PICO 75W, and the two had a baby together. It's called the SMOK AL85 and it's basically a smaller version of the Alien which borrows a couple of design elements from Eleaf's popular mini mod. In terms of ergonomics, functionality and build quality, the Alien 220W is still the best dual-battery mod money can buy, in my humble opinion, but if you're looking for something just as good that fits in the hand even better and are willing to...

SMOK OSUB Baby Kit Review

I was a big fan of the SMOK OSUB Plus 80W, and I always believed that it didn't really get the attention it deserved from the vaping community. It was ergonomic, easy to use, had plenty of power under the hood and a built-in battery, features which made it a very versatile vaping device. It's still in my rotation of mods and performing as well as the day I took it out of the box. So I was glad that SMOK didn't just abandon the concept and instead came up with...

Joyetech Atopack Penguin Review

Pod, or cartridge systems have become fairly popular in the last two years, but so far they've largely been used in closed vaping systems that don't allow refilling. With the Atopack Penguin mod, Chinese manufacturer Joyetech introduces giant refillable cartridges that are extremely easy to use, and pairs them with an ergonomic and surprisingly well-performing vaporizer. In my humble opinion, this innovative yet practical combination has all the makings of a big hit and the potential to change the casual vaping sector for the better, much...

VooPoo Drag 157W Review

I never thought I would be saying this about a device called the "VooPoo Drag", but it really is one of the most interesting, feature-rich mods I have ever used. Everything from the build quality to the very efficient and responsive chip is outstanding, so if you can look past the unfortunate-sounding name and aren't afraid to put your trust in a relatively unknown Chinese brand, you're going to discover that this thing is well worth your money. A Look at the...

Wismec Predator 228 Kit Review

You don't normally hear the phrase "Alien vs. Predator" in a conversation about vaping, but that's pretty much what everyone in the vaping community has been talking about since the launch of the new Wismec Predator 228. That's because this new device has been strategically named and deigned to directly compete against SMOK's massively successful Alien 220W and become the most popular dual-18650 battery device on the market. Having used the Alien for a long time, I can say that Wismec has set a really high goal for its new flagship, but the...

Wismec Reuleaux RX Mini Kit Review

The smashing success of the Reuleaux RX200 has been both a blessing and a curse for Wismec. On the one hand, it established the Chinese manufacturer as one of the top brands in the vaping industry, but it also set customer expectations for their future releases, and meeting them is anything but simple in such a competitive market. In this review, we'll be looking at the Reuleaux RX Mini kit, Wismec's attempt at tackling the mini mod/tank sector, and determine whether it can make the same kind of impact that its older brother did last...

Halo Reactor Mega Starter Kit Review

Halo is one of the oldest, most respected companies in the vaping industry. Primarily known for its wide range of high-quality e-liquids, this U.S. brand also offers various vaping devices, from basic cigalikes and eGo-style kits to advanced mods and tanks. The Reactor Mega starter kit falls in the latter category, and, in my humble opinion, it's what every rebranded vaping package should be. While most American e-cigarette companies simply license popular devices from experienced Chinese manufacturers, slap their logo on them and sell...

VaporFi VAIO 75 TC Review

The VAIO 75 TC is an all-in-one (AIO) vaporizer from VaporFi, one of the oldest brands in the vaping industry. The American company has been making a push into the advanced mod market since late 2016, and the VAIO 75 plays a very important part in this venture, It comes with all the features experienced vapers have come to expect from advanced mods, but it's also relatively easy to use, even by beginners and intermediate users, which plays well into the general strategy of the company.

SMOK Skyhook RDTA Box Review

What do you get if you combine the popular SMOK Alien mod and the new Skyhook RDTA? That would be the SMOK Skyhook RDTA Box, a new all-in-one device that features a maximum power output of 220W, a rebuildable atomizer and a built-in e-liquid reservoir with a capacity of 9 ml. It's essentially the same concept we've already seen on the iJoy RDTA Box, so in this review we're going to take a look at what the SMOK brings to the table to convince buyers to choose their device over iJoy's impressive flagship.

4_5 stars