//VaporFi Vox II Mod Review – A Mid-Wattage Heaven
VaporFi Vox II Mod Review – A Mid-Wattage Heaven 2015-08-07T09:56:52+00:00

VaporFi Vox II Mod Review – A Mid-Wattage Heaven

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Overall Performance: 95%

User Experience: 95%

Value for Money: 90%

Price: $169.99

Our Verdict: A little box mod with impressive capabilities, the VaporFi Vox II Mod is an advanced vaper’s dream. It has up to 50 watts of power, it’s portable, has replaceable batteries, and a build quality that’s made to last.

First Impressions on VaporFi Vox II Mod

Design: Box mods have a tendency to be big, bulky, and rather unattractive, but the Vox II is an exception. Smaller than traditional box mods, the Vox II also has rounded corners on one side for better grip comfort. Overall, it is a well-designed box mod that you won’t mind showing off.

Build Quality: The Vox II is heavy for its size. Instead of counting this as a negative, the extra weight gives users a feeling of quality. It’s solid, well-built, and it doesn’t feel like it would break if you were to drop it. Threading and finish are smooth and buttons don’t rattle; a testament to the precise machining the mod has undergone.

What’s in the Box: Included in the kit is one Vox II Mod, one high capacity 2500mAh battery, one USB charging cable, and a choice between one Volt Hybrid Tank, Rebel Tank, or Bolt RDA.

VaporFi Vox II Mod: Vaping Experience

Usability: There’s a slight learning curve the first time one starts using the Vox II. Once users understand how the features work, it becomes significantly easier.

The Vox II is a regulated mod, meaning power output is controlled no matter how much power is left in the battery. Power output is controlled via wattage adjustment. This is more convenient than variable voltage devices; in that, once you find a wattage that works for you, you can leave it at that setting and forget about it. No matter what kind of atomizer or tank is used, the device will adjust power to match the desired wattage. For users new to variable wattage devices, it may take some experimentation to find the right wattage.

Wattage is controlled using the two buttons marked “+” and “–“ in 0.1 watt increments. The Vox II can save up to five settings, which can be useful for users who need to experiment with various settings and different e-juices.

To start vaping, one simply needs to press the firing button to produce vapor.

Aside from variable wattage, the Vox II also has a host of features designed to protect the user. These features include:

– Output Short-Circuit Protection
– Reverse Battery Protection
– Low Voltage Protection
– Device Lock Feature
– Low Resistance Protection
– Input High Voltage Warning
– Temperature Protection
– Vented Battery Casing

Vapor Production and Performance: Being a variable wattage device, the Vox II is capable of producing massive clouds of vapor. Quality is determined based on the settings the user inputs, so mileage may vary. Higher voltage means more vapor, but less flavor. Some flavors react differently. Some taste better at higher wattages, while others taste best at lower settings.

The Vox II is also capable of handling atomizers with low resistances up to 0.2 ohms. Sub-ohm tanks are growing in popularity these days, so this feature is a welcome addition.

Overall, the performance of the Vox II is very impressive. Many similar box mods exist, but either they cost more or are cheaply made. The Vox II is the perfect combination of quality and affordability, without compromising performance.

Battery Life and Atomizers: The VaporFi Vox II Mod comes with a powerful high-quality 2500mAh battery. This inclusion is very convenient for many users, because other mods that require external batteries don’t come with one. If they do come with one, usually it’s the low-end kind.

Battery life depends on the power output. Power users who push their devices to the full 50 watts will get less than a day’s worth of battery life. Casual users; however, will be able to get a day or two from it. Charging can be done either through the USB port located under the device or by removing the battery and using an external charger. Either way works, but charging via USB can be more convenient since the Vox II also provides passthrough capabilities (meaning one can use the device while charging it).

When it comes to atomizers, buyers get to pick one of three: the Volt Hybrid Tank, the Rebel Tank, or the Bolt RDA.

The Volt Hybrid Tank gives users the choice between using pre-made organic cotton atomizers or to make their own using the included rebuildable deck. There are also pre-made RBA coils for the deck for times when users can’t be bothered making one themselves. The tank features adjustable airflow, a spare Pyrex glass, and the tools necessary to rebuild coils.

The Rebel Tank is the same one that comes with the Rebel II Kit. It comes with a pre-built dual coil atomizer and has adjustable air and juice flow. Atomizer heads are replaceable, though these are separate purchases.

Last, but not least, is the Bolt RDA. It is an advanced, rebuildable dripping atomizer designed for experienced users. It has sub-ohm capabilities, large posts to accommodate large coils, and adjustable airflow.

All three are premium atomizers/tanks that can produce massive clouds of vapor. The Volt Hybrid Tank and Bolt RDA are great for advanced users who know how to build their own coils, while the Rebel Tank is perfect for experienced users who either don’t know how to rebuild or don’t want to bother themselves with rebuilding it.

 

Additional Information

VaporFi has hit a home run with the Vox II. Box mods are the preferred choice of advanced users these days and VaporFi came through with their own version that smokes the competition.

There are similar box mods with the same power output (50 watts) as the Vox II, which cost less. ELeaf, a Chinese company, for example, has their own 50-watt box mod that’s cheaper. A lot of users are reporting that their ELeaf mods have started to autofire on their own, with some firing continuously until the unit overheats. While the Vox II costs more, it’s of better quality and more reliable, both of which are worth the premium cost.

Powerful, customizable, removable batteries, a slew of safety features, and impeccable build quality; all of these features define the Vox II. For serious vapers looking for a serious device, don’t let the diminutive size of the Vox II fool you. It packs a mean punch and is worth the attention of even the most jaded of vapers.

The VaporFi Vox II Mod – it’s the little box mod that could.

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