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Uwell Caliburn G vs Vaporesso XROS wow, what a difference https://ift.tt/2KptPe9

I've talked to alot of friends who are on the fence between these 2 pod systems. Well being the genius that I am, I allowed myself to run out of Caliburn G coils and was stuck waiting for delivery so I headed to my local vape shop they had the XROS in stock so I picked one up and a couple of pods to hold me over. I thought it was a good chance to compare these 2 pretty equally matched vapes so:

Similarities:

  • Roughly the same size
  • both have USB-C but the XROS has a longer, more sylish charging cable
  • similar battery capacity
  • same tank size
  • similar price
  • virtually identical controls, if you know one then you will know the other
  • Most importantly similar flavor but I'll go into more detail on that a little later

Differences:

  • The Caliburn G has swappable coils allowing you re-use the tanks and just buy replacement coils. They come in .8 and soon 1.0
  • The XROS coils are not swappable and when you buy a pod, it comes with a new coil. The pods come in .8 and 1.2
  • The XROS has more fine grained airflow adjustments, you can get the draw you want with a little tweaking, this was a real advantage
  • The Caliburn G has just 2 settings and I didn't see a ton of difference between the 2 settings

My opinion: The flavor is very, very good on both of these systems. If all you care about is flavor and none of things I'm going to discuss, then you will be satisfied with either. Having said that, there are a few things that really stood out after a week vaping both.

The XROS: A good pod system but seems to lack quite a bit of polish. There is definite spit back after a few hours of use and I also ended up with a mouthful of juice on multiple occasions seemingly at random. Also the difference between automatic draw & the fire button is really noticeable, the fire button makes things quite a bit hotter especially on the .8 coils, the 1.2 coils a little less so but definitely noticeable and I noticed that spit back increased while using the fire button. I wasn't able to make it overheat, but I could feel the battery temperature was definitely going up while vaping with the button. Might not be a big deal for those that like hotter vapes but I did not like the dramatic increase in heat. As stated before, flavor was very, very good when things were working well.

The Caliburn G: Also a good to great pod system and overall polish is much, much better. I've never experience any of the issues after weeks of vaping it. There is no spit back, no overheating, the automatic draw seems to be a little more instant compared to the XROS and the fire button does not increase the heat in any noticeable way. One thing that shows a difference between the 2 batteries is that .8 on the XROS is significantly hotter than .8 on the Caliburn G. I would honestly compare .8 on the Caliburn to 1.2 on the XROS, since I prefer a cooler vape, the difference is that much more noticeable. I can't wait to get my hands on the 1.0 coils for the Caliburn G, they will probably be my "sweet spot".

To wrap it up, both a good and provide great flavor but in my opinion, the Caliburn G is the better device by far just because of the overall polish of the system. I don't expect many to read it all, just hope it helps someone who might be on the fence. Comparing the 2 made my choice crystal clear.

I’ve talked to alot of friends who are on the fence between these 2 pod systems. Well being the genius that I am, I allowed myself to run out of Caliburn G coils and was stuck waiting for delivery so I headed to my local vape shop they had the XROS in stock so I picked one up and a couple of pods to hold me over. I thought it was a good chance to compare these 2 pretty equally matched vapes so:Similarities:Roughly the same sizeboth have USB-C but the XROS has a longer, more sylish charging cablesimilar battery capacitysame tank sizesimilar pricevirtually identical controls, if you know one then you will know the otherMost importantly similar flavor but I’ll go into more detail on that a little laterDifferences:The Caliburn G has swappable coils allowing you re-use the tanks and just buy replacement coils. They come in .8 and soon 1.0The XROS coils are not swappable and when you buy a pod, it comes with a new coil. The pods come in .8 and 1.2The XROS has more fine grained airflow adjustments, you can get the draw you want with a little tweaking, this was a real advantageThe Caliburn G has just 2 settings and I didn’t see a ton of difference between the 2 settingsMy opinion: The flavor is very, very good on both of these systems. If all you care about is flavor and none of things I’m going to discuss, then you will be satisfied with either. Having said that, there are a few things that really stood out after a week vaping both.The XROS: A good pod system but seems to lack quite a bit of polish. There is definite spit back after a few hours of use and I also ended up with a mouthful of juice on multiple occasions seemingly at random. Also the difference between automatic draw & the fire button is really noticeable, the fire button makes things quite a bit hotter especially on the .8 coils, the 1.2 coils a little less so but definitely noticeable and I noticed that spit back increased while using the fire button. I wasn’t able to make it overheat, but I could feel the battery temperature was definitely going up while vaping with the button. Might not be a big deal for those that like hotter vapes but I did not like the dramatic increase in heat. As stated before, flavor was very, very good when things were working well.The Caliburn G: Also a good to great pod system and overall polish is much, much better. I’ve never experience any of the issues after weeks of vaping it. There is no spit back, no overheating, the automatic draw seems to be a little more instant compared to the XROS and the fire button does not increase the heat in any noticeable way. One thing that shows a difference between the 2 batteries is that .8 on the XROS is significantly hotter than .8 on the Caliburn G. I would honestly compare .8 on the Caliburn to 1.2 on the XROS, since I prefer a cooler vape, the difference is that much more noticeable. I can’t wait to get my hands on the 1.0 coils for the Caliburn G, they will probably be my “sweet spot”.To wrap it up, both a good and provide great flavor but in my opinion, the Caliburn G is the better device by far just because of the overall polish of the system. I don’t expect many to read it all, just hope it helps someone who might be on the fence. Comparing the 2 made my choice crystal clear.

Submitted November 21, 2020 at 09:57PM by Stone13
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