Geekvape Aegis Nano 30W Pod Kit Review
GeekVape Aegis Nano kit is a portable pod system that was just introduced. The GeekVape Aegis series’ iconic design is carried through. Aegis Nano is also tri-proof, and it is said to be very easy to use because it can auto-adjust the output for optimum performance. The battery has a capacity of 800mAh. Aegis Nano also has a lanyard hole, indicating that it is a highly light and portable-ease gadget for everyday usage and on the move. Is it worthwhile to give it a shot? How does the Nano fare? Let’s go look now! You can head for the vape store to try!
Design and Quality
Rubber grip around the screen, leather feel camo design, and glossy fingerprint collector (mirror finish)
Pod and Drip Tip
The drip tip is flat, with an arrow symbol on top of the leather camo design and the airflow entrance.
To remove the pod, press the arrow symbol with your thumb and pull it up. It takes some effort to remove since the pod and gadget are held together by a strong magnet (to me).
To remove the drip tip, locate the line-shaped embossment on each side of the drip tip and press it with your thumb in the opposite direction of you. It’s tough for me to remove the drip tip, but I believe it’s that way for security reasons. Furthermore, before removing the drip tip, please lock the device or press the fire button in front of you. Otherwise, you don’t want to burn your coil when inadvertently shooting.
Filling the E-Liquid
Remove the silicon cap from the clear pod to fill (you can see the e-liquid level readily when filling your liquid, but after you replace the black drip tip, the pod is hidden by it and you can’t see the remaining e-liquid when vaping). The filling port is large enough for me. You can also see the mesh coil within the pod.
On the bottom of the pod, you’ll also see that the preinstalled coil is 0.5 and 20-25W. The other two included in the package are 1.2 and 11-14W.
The Geek Vape Aegis Nano Kit has a power range of 5-30W. However, it may be changed from 5W to 30W. It raises in 1W increments from 10W to 30W. It returns to 5W to 10W after 30W. The gadget also has one button. To change the wattage, press the button three times. However, because there is only one button, you must wait approximately 3 seconds to quit the setting, whether it is the wattage or the puff clear.
Battery and charging
The battery has a capacity of 800mAh. The charging port is located at the bottom of the device and is protected by a rubber cushion. This design appeals to me since it keeps dust out of the port. The type-C charger is also a plus in my book.
For the 0.6 mesh coil, I first tried the default setting of 20W with the airflow fully opened; it was far too powerful for me. However, it may be acceptable for those who enjoy a very hot/warm and powerful flavor. Then I reduced the wattage to 10W, which is the ideal setting for me. In 10W, the flavor is decent, but the vapor is a little cold. I have tried it at 15W, and the flavor is similarly good, powerful, and delicious. MTL and DTL have a pleasant flavor as well.
GeekVape Aegis Nano Pros and Cons
• Good grip
• Bold taste
• Small size and fit in pocket
• Good construction quality
• Fingerprint on the device’s mirror finish
• Difficulty removing the drip tip