After having a run on the Voopoo Mini recently, I'm now quite curious about some of Voopoo's other devices.
Giggles at the company name aside, I'm particularly impressed with the build quality of the Mini, and it's giving me some incredibly consistent results with temperature control too.
The Mini is a lipo setup however, and while this isn't a deal-breaker, it's made me curious as to the comparison of 18650 Voopoo devices, say, the Drag 2 for example. So to those of you experienced with some Voopoo devices:
Q: Does the Drag 2 have a similar build quality and feel to the Drag Mini, just larger?
Q: How is the temperature control with the Drag 2? Is it effectively the same technology as the mini?
Q: Other than physical size, is there anything else to be aware of with Voopoo products here?
Q: How does one get a job coming up with company names for organisations? 😁
I've seen a lot of online comments/reviews on the Drag/Drag2 that mention the angular design, and how it feels a bit 'sharp edged' in the hand. Didn't notice this at all when holding the mini, but I'm guessing the smaller width is probably what makes the difference there.
Thanks for the heads up on the 510 too. For obvious reasons, I'm definitely not keen on juice getting into circuit boards or battery compartments at all. Given the relatively broad range of cheap devices I've used over the years however, I must be either very lucky, or overly cautious with my liquids, in that regard. Whatever the case, long may it continue. XD
HI, I went and bought one of these a month or so ago, as I was scared of loosing my main one. Nothing like redundancy right? I axshully cant fault it so far, it has taken over from my yihi sx550 as a main mod. The yihi is soooo fussy about batteries, or maybe my much abused on has a fault. Anyhow, good to know about the 510 fault, I shall keep that in mind. Otherwise the drag 2 is a ripper. But hey, I am liking the sound of the new aegis just released. I am pretty hard on gear, and vapes are no exception.