Sunday, September 15, 2013

VGO2 VV review after 7 months!

VGO2 battery
Is it possible to get tired of the VGO2 VV tank ecig? Despite puffing on mine for around 7 full months now I'm still pretty happy with the little fella and it's still in fairly good nick despite a few scratches and dents to the battery, though the tank section still looks pretty hot. Win a JAC VGO2 VV here!

Truth be told it was my first variable voltage ecig and I've only tried a couple since, though for me it's still hands down the best all round mid-priced ecig out there... Time to review other options, I wonder? Nah.

Bit too late in the day to do a full VGO2 review here as it's has been out for a while now, but if you're about to make the switch to variable voltage ecigs, take a moment to consider the joys of this fine stonking vaperoo!

VGO2 VV Plus Points: 

  • Smooth and easy to control "spinner" battery dial that never goes wrong (in my experience).
  • Full flavour, tons of vapour and hits you can control with a single twitch of your thumb. 
  • You can stick with the tank (2ml) or switch back to cartos - they both fit battery fine!
  • Unlike with classic 510 Riva batteries, the button is set firm in the battery, so no lost buttons.
  • Battery can be switched off with 5 clicks which stops you setting it off in your pocket
  • Virtually no leaks at all with the tank (see below for cartos)
  • You can buy replacement atomisers as single units for a couple of pounds - no need to buy a whole tank unit
  • Just fill the tank and forget about fussing with refilling, cleaning etc
  • Large and small tank versions available (though I'm happy with the small one)
  • Batteries last an eternity (ok not literally maybe)

VGO2 VV Downsides:

  • With cartos you tend to get a bit of leakage (just get the tanks instead - cheaper, tastier and no fuss!)
  • Voltage over 4.3 is often too strong and flavours can become too rough
  • The tanks are transparent so everyone can see what you're vaping on and assembled unit is quite big, so not much good for stealth vaping
  • Initial spend is quite high at around £50 (though you get two big batteries and a nice case thrown in)
  • Batteries won't fit classic 510 or 510 Riva cartos
Find out more about the great VGO2 variable voltage ecig here or add your own review below!

JACVapour Discount Code

Finally, don't forget to claim your 5% Jacvapour discount on this product with VAPEMEUP voucher code!


1 comment:

  1. I got my first electronic cigarette kit from VaporFi, and I think its the best kit.