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Aspire Halo Gusto Mini Review | A Pocketable Pod Box

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    I have been using the Halo Gusto Mini for some time now. It has been performing great so far. I have never run into any dry hits, gurgling or leaking. The flavor is on par with the Nautilus series of tanks and the vapor production is nice too. The device puts out 17 watts of power and paired with its 900 mAh battery, you get a lot of vaping time before having to charge it. I’m talking days!

    There is a tiny LED light just above the charge port that lights up green, yellow or red to indicate battery strength. It seems like no matter how long I vape on this thing, it’s usually on green. The draw is a bit airy like the Mi-Pod, which is great for a restrictive lung hit, not so much for MTL.

    Overall, I must say the performance is nothing short of solid. I haven’t found any major issues, but I wouldn’t recommend this to people looking for a defined throat hit. Other than that, the device works like a pod-style device, but performs like a good tank, mostly due to those coils.

    It would have been nice if they included a smaller-bore drip tip, instead of two identical ones.

    Aspire Halo Gusto Mini Review | A Pocketable Pod Box

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