Eleaf Lexicon Review – Futuristic or Far Back?

The lovely Holy from Eleaf sent me out the Eleaf Lexicon to try and see what I thought of it.

Lexicon Specs:

Size: 45mm*31mm*124mm (2ml version)
Weight: 223.4g (2ml version, without cell)
E-liquid capacity: 2ml
Battery type: dual 18650s
Output wattage: 235W max
Output voltage: 0.5V-8V
Resistance range: 0.05Ω-3.0Ω (VW mode)
0.05Ω-1.5Ω (TC-Ni/Ti/SS/M1/M2/M3 mode)
Colors: red, black, silver, dazzling, blue, purple

In The Box:

1×Lexicon (without cell)
1×ELLO Duro Atomizer (2ml)
1×HW-N 0.2ohm Head
1×HW-M 0.15ohm Head
1×QC USB Cable
2×User Manuals
Spare Parts

Initial Thoughts.

Opening the box I was greeted with a lovely rainbow colour mod, and a rainbow coloured Ello Duro tank. The tank being slightly different from the last one I received as this one is pre-installed with a mint green acrylic tube (there is a glass one in the box) with a swirl design in it, and a matching drip tip. I have to say the tank really does look the biz!

The mod itself, bit of a strange shape actually  :think: its practically oblong with 2 corners cut off the top and what looks like little mirrors in place of the corners. Beautiful anodised rainbow colour and…. rather than me trying to describe the shape of the LEDs cut into the mod, take a quick look at the pics.  Continue reading “Eleaf Lexicon Review – Futuristic or Far Back?”

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The IJOY Avenger Review – Artificial Intelligence or Pure Stupidity?

This Voice AI kit – The IJOY Avenger, was sent to me for review by our fantastic new sponsor Cvapor.com. A huge thanks to Lucy for sending this out.

Specs:

Size 89.8 x 50mm
Max wattage 234W
Output mode VW/VT(Ni/Ti/SS)/TCR Mode
Battery type 2* 20700 cells(included)
Resistance range 0.05 – 3.0ohm
Tank capacity 4.7ml/3.2ml(spare glass tube)
Voice Control System English
Thread type 510 thread

In the box

1* IJOY AVENGER PD270 BOX MOD(234W)
1* AVENGER SUBOHM TANK
2* 20700 BATTERIES
1* 18650 Adapter
1* X3-Mesh Coil (Mesh coil, Wood pulp+cotton, 0.15ohm, 40-90W Pre-installed)
1* X3-C1S Coil (Wood pulp+cotton,0.35ohm 40-80W)
1* Replacement Glass
1 *Tool pack
1* USB Cable
1* Manual
1* Warranty Card

Initial Thoughts

So the Ijoy Avenger arrived at my door in a little wooden box, very sturdy! On opening the box I was impressed quite a bit by the colour of the tank, the colour is champagne gold, and the tank does look totally stunning. Unfortunately the colour of the mod doesn’t really match the tank, as the colour seems slightly duller and flatter. Now this is a little bit annoying as the kit would have looked tons better if they were the exact same colour as the tank, you can see in the photo’s how they are just slightly different  :roll: Continue reading “The IJOY Avenger Review – Artificial Intelligence or Pure Stupidity?”

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Geekvape Loop RDA Review – Will it send you ‘Loopy’!

So my second RDA review this month is the Geekvape Loop,  many thanks to David over at urvapin.com for sending this out for me to try.

Features:
1. Unique W Shaped Build Deck
2. Easy coil building for both single and dual coils
3. Allows direct dripping from the mouthpiece without leakage
4. One-piece airflow ring in the middle to ensure convenient airflow adjustment.
Specifications:
Compatible with both 510 and 810 drip tip
Supports both single and dual coils
Side to bottom airflow minimizing leakage
Available colors: stainless steel, black, gold, gunmetal

In the Box:
1* Loop RDA
1* Allen Key
1* User Manual
1* 510 Delrin tip
1*510 Drip tip adaptor
1* Spare parts pack

Looks & Initial Thoughts

The Loop deck is different, and this is what had me so interested in this from the start. It comes boxed pretty nicely, the same kind of see through plastic box that Geekvape normally use, and you get the normal spares, allen key, drip tip adapter and so on.

The Loop looks OK, I have the black one  :sad5: (I don’t like black vape gear…) Anyhow the Loop is a 24mm diameter RDA, standing around 34mm tall, so not overly big. It’s comprised of 3 parts, the mouthpiece, cap and base. The 810 drip tip is described as silver! Its not silver, it’s like a see through grey!  :roll: And the mouthpiece also has the word ‘Geekvape’ around the side. Continue reading “Geekvape Loop RDA Review – Will it send you ‘Loopy’!”

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The Augvape Templar Review – Is It a Knight In Shining Armour?

Hey y’all, I have a couple of RDA’s to review this month, many thanks to our new sponsor Urvapin for sending these out.

The first up for review is the Augvape Templar.

Features:
Anti-Spitback
Velocity Clamp System (Easy to build for beginners)
Deep juice well
Three-layers airflow control

Specifications:
Stainless Steel 304
24mm(D)*27mm(H)
810 Derlin Drip Tip ( 510 adapter included)
Extra Frosted Bullet Cap
Insulator made of Zirconium dioxide (Dental fillings)
An Ultem Chamber Reducer and a gold-plated Squonk/BF pin are included
Colors: Black, Stainless Steel

Package List:

1*Templar RDA
1* bag of spare parts
1*Extra Bullet Cap

First Impressions

The Templar came packaged pretty much the same as the Druga and the Merlin in a circular tube like box, with the actual RDA protectively surrounded by foam (keeps it nice and safe)  :yes:

This is a low profile RDA, and it is quite a small little fella at 24mm diameter. It comes with 2 top caps. A 2 section metal with adjustable airflow, and a 810 mouthpiece (there is also a 510 convertor in the box) and a frosted bullet cap. These both look pretty nice when in place. The standard cap directs airflow onto the coils from side on, and the frosted cap directs the airflow from slightly above (depending of course on how high you position your coils) Continue reading “The Augvape Templar Review – Is It a Knight In Shining Armour?”

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