Well, now, in fact, the giant’s novelty has “escaped” from the enthusiast who founded the company in the previous article. This is about another pod system kit that GeekVape can’t calculate at all. What is directly interesting is what prompted the brand to literally rename all of its products to damage its popularity – Geekvape Aegis Hero 2(https://vapesourcing.com/geekvape-h45-aegis-hero-2-kit.html).
Dimensions: 121.9 x 49.17 x 33mm
Body material: metal + plastic + eco-leather
Power supply: 1400mAh built-in Cartridge
Evaporator resistance: B series coil
Power: 5 – 45W
Operating mode: Power / Bypass
Supported resistance: 0.1 – 2.0Ω
The novel look, alas, won’t please fans with anything new-the company’s developers perfidiously continue to use corporate designs that have been in continuous use for many years. However, in order to defend the latter, it should be added that this shape has enviable ergonomics, and the size is actually “insignificant.”
We have seen the leap of the name again-the official name of the model is only called “encoding”, and its postscript bears the more famous and authoritative word “Aegis”. Again, the user will be greeted by a durable metal case and an eco-leather insert, pressed by molding with screws.
However, this time, the developers claim that the metal surface is supposedly particularly scratch-resistant. It is hard to believe in it – it is enough to pay attention to the gloss that is cutting the eye.
The update starts with a decent assortment of design options – here the developers have gone to great lengths. The removable cartridge is refined with a removable 510 drip tip. The capacity of the tank is good, the filling is traditionally top – quickly accessible.
Geekvape Coil B line is used as replaceable evaporators, which is far from new. The set includes two copies, executed on a grid. The resistance of the latter is average. The adjustment of the blowing intensity is naturally provided-the structure is borrowed from the first revision of the device-a rotating ring directly below the drip type.
Therefore, the Geekvape device is again given a coveted anti-overflow structure. This novelty is powered by a built-in battery with a very modest capacity-even surprisingly how impractical it is for developers to use such an internal space that is far from a small case. But they are not stingy with fast charging, and as a bonus, its ports have a modern design.