Vaporesso PodStick Review

Surprisingly, it’s not the first run through a pod vape that intends to drools each of its users, however, must have missed the mark till now. The Vaporesso PodStick is a pod vape comes in the state of a stick (subsequently the name), it has three power alternatives graciousness of the Omni Board Mini, and its pods come in two choices; one for limited DL and the other for MTL vaping, Vaporesso the best among all!

What’s inside the box?

1 × PodStick mod

2 × Pods: CCELL 1.3-ohm (pre-introduced)/MESHED 0.6-ohm (in-box)

1 × E-juice bottle

1 × USB cable

1 × Warranty card

What it has to offer?

Charging 1 amp
Pod Capacity 2mL
Pods 1.3-ohm CCELL (9w-12.5w)/0.6ω MESHED (17w-22w)
Material PCTG/Aluminum
Battery 900 mAh
Battery pointer 100%-80%-60%-40%-20%
Colors Available Silver, black, blue, gold, phantom, splashed

Vapresso PodStick: Making everyone fall in love!

At around 43 grams with a full pod, the PodStick is a lightweight vape. That is mostly because of its aluminum development and the plastic that the pods are made out of. And keeping in mind that not super-reduced, PodStick’s limited shape is extraordinary for tossing it inside your pocket.

I had no bad things to say in the fabricate quality services. It feels tough, there’s no catch clatter at all, and keeping in mind that lightweight, it doesn’t feel (or look) modest. The paint job is strong and keeping in mind that the reality of the situation will become obvious eventually, I am entirely certain that it won’t chip at any point in the near future. As it were, the PodStick gives a Vaporesso vibe right out of the crate, if that bodes well.

The main thing I am not a major aficionado of is the bronze emphasize of the marking and catch. That is Vaporesso’s new “thing” (they presented it with the GEN mod) and it’s positively up to taste, yet I’d favor it if both of those were dark. Other than that, there’s nothing to blame the PodStick for from a form quality and plan point of view.

Let’s Begin!

The PodStick accompanies two pods in the crate, one pre-introduced containing an MTL 1.3-ohm artistic CCELL curl and an extra one with a 0.6-ohm work loop (called “Fit” by Vaporesso). Burrowing further, you’ll locate a smaller scale USB link just as the manual and all the standard desk work.

To begin, push the highest point of the pod from the level side, which will uncover the push-to-fill instrument—on the off chance that you’ve been utilizing Vaporesso pods or the Aspire AVP you’re most likely acquainted with that structure. At that point utilize a slight spout suppress to fill the pod, by pushing the tip of the container at the filling opening. In the event that your container’s tip doesn’t fit, you can move your juice to the 12 mL plastic jug that is incorporated into the case. Leave the pod aside for a decent 10′, at that point press the catch multiple times to turn the gadget on.

Note that the power level will be set contingent upon the pod you’re utilizing, however, you can change between the three settings (which are diverse for each pod) by squeezing the fire button multiple times. The LED will illuminate green, blue or red relying upon the power level.

There’s no real way to modify the wind current on this gadget be that as it may, as you will peruse in the presentation area, the measure of wind current between the two pods is observably extraordinary.

Everything about Vaporesso PodStick pods!

The pods are made out of plastic and accompany a non-removable trickle tip. From the outset, I imagined that the drag distance across was the equivalent for the two pods, however, it turns out the MTL one accompanies an additional layer of plastic, making it drag marginally slenderer. The obstruction of the pods is scratched on their side and it is somewhat difficult to see, yet that is immaterial to be completely forthright.

The push-to-fill system is likely there for youngster assurance, yet with air not getting away effectively filling may get muddled now and again. Tubby Gorilla style jugs worked fine; however, it gave me trouble with thicker spout bottles and moving my juice to the included container was an over the top object for me. I don’t know why, yet I found the recessed instrument of the AVP to work better.

The 0.6-ohm curl mischievous 70VG effectively, nevertheless I wouldn’t chain vape anything more than 50/50 on the 1.3-ohm artistic loop; in the event that you like vaping on high VG juices, you’ll most likely need to adhere to the airier draw of the 0.6-ohm pod. Beneficial thing is that the two loops appear to keep going for long—outside of a bum curl which I will talk about in the exhibition area. I’ve topped off the work loop around 6-7 times, and the CCELL one a decent multiple times till now, and I haven’t seen any drop-in execution at all.

How well it performs?

The gadget houses Vaporesso’s smaller than usual release of the Omni board however outside of its quick terminating and the assortment of insurances, there’s very little that is clear from an exhibition viewpoint.

The 0.6-ohm pod is a tasty pod that is extraordinary for breezy MTL or an extremely confined DL vaping, particularly in the event that you are not a fanatic of extremely hot vapes. With the power at the most elevated level, it isn’t as warm as some other catch actuated gadgets like the SMOK Nord, nevertheless, it’s hotter than your normal draw-enacted pod framework. And keeping in mind that fume generation won’t win you any rivalries, it’s more than adequate for a gadget this size.

I encountered a touch of spilling through the mouthpiece now and again however that was for the most part when I left it next to its medium-term. That being said, it wasn’t sufficient to hinder me from utilizing, yet to a greater degree a minor bother. As a note, you should ensure you check e-fluid levels regularly and top off it before it totally exhausts; the wick openings are not at the base of the pod and you may hazard a dry hit. With no real way to expel e-fluid from the pod, this plan may likewise be an issue on the off chance that you need to change juice without blending flavors.

Presently for the CCELL pod. I am commonly not an aficionado of fired loops for different reasons, yet this one is a decent vape for what it is. The draw is a fantastic MTL with a considerable lot of confinement. It’s more tightly than the AVP and the SMOK Novo, making it an incredible choice for stealth vaping and MTL all in all. That was major amazement, as most pod vapes that guarantee to be adaptable miss the mark on the MTL side of things. Fume is considerably cooler on this pod (which somewhat effects enhance) however I thought that it was perfect for mid to high nic quality salts.

Similarly, as with the other pod, the distinction between the power levels is unpretentious, yet it performed incredibly with 30 mg salts in mid and high. I’d utilize the most minimal level with anything over that. I’ll additionally take note of that the primary earthenware pod I attempted gave me dry hit after dry hit, yet in the wake of checking a second pod, I was persuaded I just got a bum. That was sad and it might put a few people off, anyhow I believe that Vaporesso’s QC will deal with that later on. The subsequent pod performed extraordinarily with no dry hits with 50/50 juices.

To summarize it, the PodStick performs fine the whole way across the board, anyhow it’s not for vapers who appreciate an exceptionally warm vape. In light of that, the 0.6 loop is the more delightful of the two, however, the artistic curl is incredible for MTLing salts and high nic squeezes by and large.

The longevity of the Vape:

The PodStick houses a 900 mAh battery, which isn’t terrible at all for a gadget that lightweight. On the two pods, I figured out how to experience right around two full fills on their default settings (green for the CCELL, blue for the work). For the DL pod that is not a lot, yet it will most likely last you for in any event daily when utilized with the MTL pod.

The smaller scale USB port is put at the base of the gadget so you can just charge it lying next to it. It needs simply under 60 minutes (55′) to completely charge and supports pass-through charging.

The main issue I looked with the battery was that the LED lights were acting somewhat odd. The five lights should show battery level (at 100%-80%-60%-40%-20%) yet the gadget propped up from three lights to out of charge truly quick. This might be an issue of the preproduction/test units, yet on the off chance that it turns out it isn’t, be set up to charge not long after your PodStick goes to three lights.

Pros Cons
Lightweight Push-to-fill (PTF) may get untidy with thicker spout bottles
Paintjob feels strong A few issues with battery indication
Well-built One of two fired coil were terrible  
Easy to utilize Can’t expel e-fluid from pods    
Pods wick extraordinary (CCELL is better with 50/50 juice) Fume not so warm (particularly on the artistic loop)
Incorporates dainty spout bottle Wick gaps of the 0.6-ohm pod are high (may cause dry hits)
Fueled by the Omni smaller than usual board  
Great flavor  
A fired pod is extraordinary for nic salts  
Has MTL and confined DL vaping  
Great battery life  

Winding it up…

A pod framework that can fulfill both the MTL and DL teams is somewhat of an uncommon breed. What’s more, the Vaporesso PodStick does precisely that. It didn’t overwhelm me with its exhibition and it sure has a few deficiencies, however, it is an extraordinary gadget for fledglings—and even experienced vapers who like to once in a while switch among MTL and confined DL. It is a functional, simple to utilize and well-constructed pod vape that ticks all the pod vape boxes.

You can find out more at Vaporesso official website or you can get it right away at Elementvape!

Post Author: Martin