AIO starter kits are incredibly popular with vape beginners. Requiring little to no user experience, these simple kits effectively mimic the MTL vaping style of cigarette smoking.
Simplicity, portability and power clamor for priority, with manufacturers continually looking for the best compromise between these features.
The V3 Kit is a sleek interpretation of these elements, combining a distinct “ruler-shaped” body along with smaller, 1.5 mL e-juice cartridges. These removable e-liquid cartridges come prefilled with two flavor varieties. There is also an option of refilling, if you prefer to stick to your favorite juices, instead.
In addition to a capable 400 mAh internal battery, the mod itself is “puff-activated”, meaning that no buttons are required for operation. However, the notable lack of operational controls simply adds to its stealth-like appearance and reinforces its minimalist form factor.
Overall, with such few functional and design features to consider, it is hard to judge whether it is truly better or worse than any other, entry-level AIO kit on the market. What’s your ruling on this slim pocket-sized kit? Would you give it a try? Leave us a comment down below.
Averagely sized and understated, the Pyro 24mm RDTA from Vandy Vape is the newest contribution to a growing line of successful products.
Its robust stainless steel and ULTEM glass construction offers an adequate 4 mL e-liquid storage capacity and includes a thicker ULTEM drip tip for a more comfortable vaping experience. Vandy Vape has also thrown in a 510-drip tip adapter for vapers for whom “bigger is not always better”. This, along with an extended 510-pin, should make it adaptable to most popular vaping styles.
For this design, Vandy Vape has opted for a large, postless build deck, with wide wicking holes and large ejuice inlets. Suited to both single or dual coils, this spacious platform is perfectly sized to accommodate the larger, more complex coils that are so popular with cloud chasers. But don’t worry if cloud chasing is not really your thing, the sheer simplicity of this deck allows for endless possibilities that all DIY devotees can appreciate.
Of all the features listed, it is the mixed airflow intake system that truly stands out above the rest. Incorporating angled airflow inlets, air is channelled in two different directions; hitting the coils from below the deck as well as along the sides. This combination of direct and indirect airflow works together to provide a smooth, vapor-centric output that is dense and flavorful.
All things considered, the Pyro RDTA appears to be a versatile, high-performance platform that meets, and even surpasses many high-quality atomizers in this grouping. And with Vandy Vape’s current track record of achievements, we are very excited to see how this model fairs in the field.
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