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Voopoo V-Thru review https://ift.tt/3rAsK4l

(It is a $30 Mouth-To-Lung pod device)

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I saw Grimm Green hint that he liked the VMate pod device in a recent video. It seems that the VMate pod device is included in a dual device kit that I am having trouble finding now, but it was a fixed wattage device. While the V-Thru is a variable wattage pod device that takes the same 0.7 ohm coil-pods and also allows a 1.2 ohm variant. I was excited about this device because Nick was enthusiastic about it. He has not reviewed it yet, but his off-the-cuff comments include claiming that he likes it better than the caliburn g. As a fan of the caliburn g, I felt that I needed to buy this thing and try it out.

I think the name V-Thru is about as dumb as the name of the company that made it. However, I have to admit that the 1.2 ohm coil-pods are tasty A F. Even better than the caliburn g coils.

The device is draw-activated only. (no fire button) But you can adjust your wattage, if you want a warmer or cooler vape than the default. It also remembers your wattage setting as long as you keep putting in coil-pods of the same resistance. If you pop in a different one, it auto adjusts the wattage and you lose your set wattage choice.

The device is small, sleek and comfortable to hold. Almost slippery in its smoothness. Its draw activation mechanism seems flawless so far. Its 3ml eliquid capacity is a nice improvement over the caliburn g's 2ml. And its 900mAh battery is an improvement over the caliburn g's 690mAh. Also, I think the coil-pods last about 25% longer than the caliburn g's. Both the V-Thru and the caliburn g are USB type C rechargeable. Though it sucks that the coils are built into the pods. That is a feature where the caliburn g shines.

One other thing I like: It is easy to see your eliquid level without removing the pod from the device. Something that the caliburn g sucks at.

If I had a complaint, it would be that the airflow is just a small amount more loose than I would like. There are two pin-holes in the device that, when covered with your fingers, restrict the airflow to a better place. But it still works fine in its normal state. I tried putting a tank band around the holes in the device at one point; but then got rid of it as an eyesore and for being uncomfortable. I just got used to the airflow instead.

If I had recommendations to voopoo, they would be:

– Make the coils removable from the pods. (less wasteful)

– Add additional ways to restrict the airflow even further. If the user wishes to.

Other than those complaints, it is my favorite device due to the flavor it provides. I even went and bought a second one.

If you search my post history, you will see me recommending the caliburn g left and right. I believe that I will start recommending the V-Thru in the future. Especially as a suggestion for cigarette smokers looking to switch.

(It is a $30 Mouth-To-Lung pod device)https://ift.tt/2KDLX4M saw Grimm Green hint that he liked the VMate pod device in a recent video. It seems that the VMate pod device is included in a dual device kit that I am having trouble finding now, but it was a fixed wattage device. While the V-Thru is a variable wattage pod device that takes the same 0.7 ohm coil-pods and also allows a 1.2 ohm variant. I was excited about this device because Nick was enthusiastic about it. He has not reviewed it yet, but his off-the-cuff comments include claiming that he likes it better than the caliburn g. As a fan of the caliburn g, I felt that I needed to buy this thing and try it out.I think the name V-Thru is about as dumb as the name of the company that made it. However, I have to admit that the 1.2 ohm coil-pods are tasty A F. Even better than the caliburn g coils.The device is draw-activated only. (no fire button) But you can adjust your wattage, if you want a warmer or cooler vape than the default. It also remembers your wattage setting as long as you keep putting in coil-pods of the same resistance. If you pop in a different one, it auto adjusts the wattage and you lose your set wattage choice.The device is small, sleek and comfortable to hold. Almost slippery in its smoothness. Its draw activation mechanism seems flawless so far. Its 3ml eliquid capacity is a nice improvement over the caliburn g’s 2ml. And its 900mAh battery is an improvement over the caliburn g’s 690mAh. Also, I think the coil-pods last about 25% longer than the caliburn g’s. Both the V-Thru and the caliburn g are USB type C rechargeable. Though it sucks that the coils are built into the pods. That is a feature where the caliburn g shines.One other thing I like: It is easy to see your eliquid level without removing the pod from the device. Something that the caliburn g sucks at.If I had a complaint, it would be that the airflow is just a small amount more loose than I would like. There are two pin-holes in the device that, when covered with your fingers, restrict the airflow to a better place. But it still works fine in its normal state. I tried putting a tank band around the holes in the device at one point; but then got rid of it as an eyesore and for being uncomfortable. I just got used to the airflow instead.If I had recommendations to voopoo, they would be:- Make the coils removable from the pods. (less wasteful)- Add additional ways to restrict the airflow even further. If the user wishes to.Other than those complaints, it is my favorite device due to the flavor it provides. I even went and bought a second one.If you search my post history, you will see me recommending the caliburn g left and right. I believe that I will start recommending the V-Thru in the future. Especially as a suggestion for cigarette smokers looking to switch.

Submitted December 29, 2020 at 09:41PM by CRasterImage
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