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Foment [review] – a draw to fire pod system the Suorin Vagon! https://ift.tt/2vzfxgT

What’s up folks? Today I have a draw-to-fire pod system to discuss, the Suorin Vagon! The Vagon was sent to me for the purposes of this review by the folks at HeavenGifts. We’ve all heard plenty about Suorin’s product reliability, but as we’ve seen with other companies that can be changed in a heartbeat. So, what of the Vagon? Does it hold up to the rigors of daily life? Does it perform on par with other pods? Lets discuss!

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Aesthetics


This thing looks pretty slick, a mild bend to the device makes it theoretically more comfortable to handle and in practice it isn’t too bad. The drip tip is bent down slightly which allows you to draw from the pod, theoretically comfortably with the device angled downward. In practice I don’t feel like it really accomplishes anything regarding comfort. It’s honestly a fairly large tip for a pod system and because of the bent design it is somewhat awkward to draw from despite being generally comfortable to hold. The device color options are fantastic, bright colors. The blue one I have is quite nice, almost akin to a somewhat flashier automotive paint. It is however made purely of plastic, including the belt/pocket clip, which I feel should be noted is likely not to last if used regularly. It does appear to have a bit of flex to it, but it is at the end of the day nothing more than a thin strip of plastic. The light on the top face of the device is a fairly bright ‘V’ shaped LED that fits into the styling well and is activated as the user draws. This absolutely feels larger than it is and some of that probably owes to the curved design and some of it to the weight of it. Similar to some other pod systems, your battery level indication is that the draw gets weaker. As was pointed out below the LED color switches from green to blue to red as the battery gets low. I apparently didn't ever get the battery level low using this around the house and charging periodically at my PC. No noticible indicators of battery level in my usage, just longer ramp up as the battery got low.

Performance


The draw on this pod is sort of a loose mtl. Definitely not loose enough for even a restricted direct lung draw, but very much on the loose end of mouth to lung. I can’t speak to how this draws relative to other Suorin products, but relative to everything else I own that qualifies as mtl, it’s rather loose. The draw being looser than many similar devices may be an indication that it does produce a fair bit of vapor, and that much is also true. For a pod system this seems to do a great job of producing a respectable amount of vapor, with battery life that doesn’t just give up part way through the day. To this point, I’ve only experienced very minor issues with the automatic draw. In the rare instance that it hasn’t fired, reseating the pod has been all it takes to get things rolling again. That’s obviously not ideal, but also really not too terrible given that it’s only happened once or twice so far. So, that all said: There is no flavor. I’ve used this same juice in every pod or MTL set up I have handled in the past year. I feel like this sums up the kind of flavor experience you should expect. It’s a shame because if flavor was even passable this would be a pretty reasonable device.

Pros:
* Stylish design
* Fairly reliable automatic draw
* Has a belt clip (at the very least it’s not a con)

Cons:
* Sort of awkward angle for use
* Flavor is near non-existent
* No battery life indication

Final Thoughts


I want to like it more than I do. The pods being the weak point here is a huge bummer because it could very well be a solid device if I could taste my juice. I guess if you’ve got a really strong flavor you’d like to tone down, or you’re just not that concerned with flavor it’s a fine pick up but if you want to taste what you’re vaping, it’s not really worth the hassle.

Thanks for reading!

What’s up folks? Today I have a draw-to-fire pod system to discuss, the Suorin Vagon! The Vagon was sent to me for the purposes of this review by the folks at HeavenGifts. We’ve all heard plenty about Suorin’s product reliability, but as we’ve seen with other companies that can be changed in a heartbeat. So, what of the Vagon? Does it hold up to the rigors of daily life? Does it perform on par with other pods? Lets discuss!Photo DumpImgur AlbumAestheticsThis thing looks pretty slick, a mild bend to the device makes it theoretically more comfortable to handle and in practice it isn’t too bad. The drip tip is bent down slightly which allows you to draw from the pod, theoretically comfortably with the device angled downward. In practice I don’t feel like it really accomplishes anything regarding comfort. It’s honestly a fairly large tip for a pod system and because of the bent design it is somewhat awkward to draw from despite being generally comfortable to hold. The device color options are fantastic, bright colors. The blue one I have is quite nice, almost akin to a somewhat flashier automotive paint. It is however made purely of plastic, including the belt/pocket clip, which I feel should be noted is likely not to last if used regularly. It does appear to have a bit of flex to it, but it is at the end of the day nothing more than a thin strip of plastic. The light on the top face of the device is a fairly bright ‘V’ shaped LED that fits into the styling well and is activated as the user draws. This absolutely feels larger than it is and some of that probably owes to the curved design and some of it to the weight of it. Similar to some other pod systems, your battery level indication is that the draw gets weaker. As was pointed out below the LED color switches from green to blue to red as the battery gets low. I apparently didn’t ever get the battery level low using this around the house and charging periodically at my PC. No noticible indicators of battery level in my usage, just longer ramp up as the battery got low.PerformanceThe draw on this pod is sort of a loose mtl. Definitely not loose enough for even a restricted direct lung draw, but very much on the loose end of mouth to lung. I can’t speak to how this draws relative to other Suorin products, but relative to everything else I own that qualifies as mtl, it’s rather loose. The draw being looser than many similar devices may be an indication that it does produce a fair bit of vapor, and that much is also true. For a pod system this seems to do a great job of producing a respectable amount of vapor, with battery life that doesn’t just give up part way through the day. To this point, I’ve only experienced very minor issues with the automatic draw. In the rare instance that it hasn’t fired, reseating the pod has been all it takes to get things rolling again. That’s obviously not ideal, but also really not too terrible given that it’s only happened once or twice so far. So, that all said: There is no flavor. I’ve used this same juice in every pod or MTL set up I have handled in the past year. I feel like this sums up the kind of flavor experience you should expect. It’s a shame because if flavor was even passable this would be a pretty reasonable device.Pros:* Stylish design* Fairly reliable automatic draw* Has a belt clip (at the very least it’s not a con)Cons:* Sort of awkward angle for use* Flavor is near non-existent* No battery life indicationFinal ThoughtsI want to like it more than I do. The pods being the weak point here is a huge bummer because it could very well be a solid device if I could taste my juice. I guess if you’ve got a really strong flavor you’d like to tone down, or you’re just not that concerned with flavor it’s a fine pick up but if you want to taste what you’re vaping, it’s not really worth the hassle.Thanks for reading!

Submitted August 09, 2018 at 09:01PM by Foment_life
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