Augvape V200 Mod Review
Augvape is best known for its tanks, RDA and RTA, and I had the pleasure of seeing Merlin RDTA and Druga RDA, which I liked very much, while Mike Murphy looked at Merlin Mini RTA. It is rare for Augvape to enter the scene in the mod. In the past, they introduced them to the thick 60 zoom and the impressive appearance of ebony and brass by Gargas.
What’s in the box?
Well presented in a transparent plastic housing with the mod in sight – there is not much in it, but the USB cable is very nice and red.
- Augvape V200 box
- USB charging cable
- A user manual
- Size: 87.5mm x 45mm x 29.2mm
- Zinc alloy body
- Output range from 5 to 200W
- Atomizer resistance range from 0.05 to 3.0 ohms
- Bypass mode
- Mode V
- 96-inch OLED display
- The maximum charging current of 1.2A
- Battery access door of the lower latch
- Connections with gold-plated springs
- Stainless steel thread 510
- Spring-planted plated contact
The design is obviously the real key here, with the designers of the Augvape V200 inspired by the Honda B VTEC (variable valve timing and electronic control) engine, more on that in a moment. This is a dual 18650 battery that runs between 5W and 200W and has a bypass mode. In short, Augvape has maintained this very old school. 510 is gold plated and in spring and Atascaduras and dryers 24 mm feel very good at the top, as they are in the 25, but can project with a little more.
The two main features are the shutter buttons and the “up and down” buttons.
First of all, the trigger is “hidden” – in the sense that a screen similar to the technological thinking TAP was first introduced with the way Cuboid mod Joyetech TAP. The up and down button is not a button but a wheel that must reproduce the oil filter cover of the famous engine.
For the design, I have to say in my hand with the batteries, it’s really a moderately heavy engine block! It’s hard, but not overly; But you really know that you hold it, in fact, it is solid. The funky alloy wheel, which looks like 510, has a good intake with deep, soft wires, everything I’ve tried has been aligned.
- Good design
- Solid construction
- Fast acceleration
- x3 modes
- Wheel function
- Good battery life
- Without temperature control
- It could be heavy in the bag [use a belt]
- It defaults to 10W when the functions are changed
How Does the Augvape V200 Work?
The lack of temperature control can bother some steamers, but I’m not a regular user so there are no problems for me. In Power mode, cycling through setups is a breeze that uses the wheel, which responds very quickly and moves a little faster during the movement, but not circular, but can hold it in a position high or low. I have nothing to measure when it weighs 200 watts, with a cool wind behind you it is possible because yes and here we go, this change hits hard! Especially in bypass mode, which plays a mod-mech.
As I said, Augvape went with the V200 in the old school and there is nothing wrong. In fact, with the market flooded with the Vapor of Plasticity LED over all the modalities of the dance, it is refreshing enough to have in my hands a solid device that works well and does not make sense. The design is beautiful, industrial and mechanical and is a nice tribute to an iconic car engine. It’s perfect for car enthusiasts and those who simply want a powerful vaporizer in a well-built device with a touch of extravagance.
I cannot recommend that enough. Which makes me wonder if I would buy the Augvape 200 mod again. The answer is yes, but since I recently did some new reels and reels to “cheer up”, I have to wait for a sudden sale.