GeekVape is well-known for its portable and ergonomic vapes, and the Nano is no different. All sorts of vapers will sit up and take notice because of this device’s design, durability, and cloud and flavor production – all for a reasonable price.
Table of Contents
- Brief Overview of the Vape’s Features and Specifications
- What’s Inside the Starter Kit?
- Design and Construction Quality Review
- Battery Performance and Analysis
- Airflow Adjustment
- Rating the Pod
- How to Use This Pod Mod
- Alternative Pod Mods
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Closing Thoughts About This Pod Mod
GeekVape Aegis Nano Review
The Nano from GeekVape has an impressive set of specifications. It powers to 30w, and it comes with two pods with resistances of 0.6 and 1.2 ohms, both of which are excellent for restrictive vaping and producing high levels of flavor.
The 0.6 ohm mesh coil pod is best for producing vapor, and it does a very good job of it. It cannot produce clouds as large as a high wattage box mod, but it produces more than many pod mods.
This vape has no power settings, but it automatically selects the best wattage setting for the pod with which it is connected.
The Aegis Nano from GeekVape has all of the usual safety features:
- Short-Circuit Protection
- Battery Voltage Protection
- Overheat Protection
- Short-Circuit Protection
- Low Battery Protection
- Overheating Protection
The Aegis Nano Kit
This GeekVape 30w starter kit also has most of the usual contents, plus a pleasant extra. There are:
- Two pods
- A USB cable
- and a user manual.
Plus, the kit contains a lanyard so that it stays attached to the user at all times.
Internal Build Quality and Design
GeekVape mods have very few design and construction flaws, and this one is no exception. In addition to its portable and ergonomic design, the Aegis Nano is made for the outdoors and other extreme environments, being resistant to dust, shock, and water. It should still be handled with care, but it still can handle tough conditions better than most vapes.
This vape uses an onboard 800 mah battery, which is good enough to last the day, at least. This is not a high-wattage vape, so it does not need a huge battery. Still, it would have been better had they put in a 1,000 mah battery, at least. Also, it has a USB-C cable, so it charges very quickly.
The screen is very simple but good enough for this vape. Battery life is displayed at the top, followed by the wattage, and then resistance and voltage.
An airflow control lever is located on the side, and it has not caused any problems. Airflow itself is pretty loose, and it ranges from open to slightly restrictive mouth-to-lung hits. It could have been tighter, but there is a demographic that prefers loose MTL hits, and this vape is for them.
Aegis Nano Pod
The kit comes with two pods: a 0.6 ohm mesh pod for restrictive direct-to-lung hits and a 1.2 ohm pod for mouth-to-lung. The coils on these pods cannot be replaced, which is a big disadvantage to some, but they do their jobs very well. They are refillable, and the filling slots are located underneath the mouthpiece, which conveniently snaps on and off.
How Long Do the Coils Last?
Coil longevity mostly depends on the juice it is vaporizing and how well it was primed. If it is not burning super-sweet juices all the time, it will last for a week or more. As for priming it, doing this will extend coil life even further because the chances of dry hits are significantly reduced.
How to Use the Aegis Nano 30w
- After picking up the pod and filling it, click the firing button five times in succession to turn it on.
- Press the firing button down and take a draw.
It is as simple as that. When done, click the firing button five more times to turn it off.
Step-by-Step Button Operation Guide
- Five clicks on/off
- Three clicks to adjust power
- Four clicks to clear puff counter
- Double click to lock/unlock it
How to Refill the Pod
Refilling the pod is as simple as using it.
- Pull off the mouthpiece and then lift off the silicone covering the refilling slots.
- Fill to capacity using a syringe. Syringes cause less of a mess than nose coned bottles.
- After filling the pod, let it sit for five to ten minutes so that the juice has time to absorb into the coil.
- Doing this will prevent spit-back and dry hits, and it will make the coils last longer.
Competing Starter Kit Products
Aegis Nano vs. Aegis Boost Kit
- The Aegis Boost 40w starter kit is a more powerful vape than the Nano. It has a more powerful 1,500 mah battery, higher wattage output (40 watts), and it holds substantially more juice (3.7 ml).
- Additionally, it uses replaceable plug-and-play coils instead of disposable pods.
- The Nano’s only advantages are that it comes with two pods and it is slightly less expensive.
Aegis Nano vs. Vaporesso Luxe Nano Box Mod Kit
- The Luxe Nano starter kit from Vaporesso is a box mod that fires to 80 watts and holds a 2,500 mah built-in battery. It also comes with two very low resistance coils.
- Overall, these features make the Luxe Nano a much better vape.
- However, the Nano is better able to withstand the elements than the Luxe Nano box mod.
- Also, the Nano is selling at roughly half the price.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Is an Aegis Nano?
The Nano is selling for under $27.99-$39.99 on online stores as of August 20th, 2021. The fact that it is priced well under fifty dollars is one of its best selling points.
How Long Does the Geekvape Aegis Nano Last?
The disadvantage of using mods with built-in batteries is that the batteries degrade over time, holding less and less charge.
However, by buying such a vape, the user does not have to buy 18650s over and over again. Eventually, the device will no longer hold a charge, but when that happens depends on how often the device is used and recharged. Thus, there is no definite time span.
Does the Aegis Nano Pod Leak?
There have been no leaks from this device because it does not use plug-and-play coils. Pods that use replaceable coils tend to leak a little bit, but that is not a problem with this device.
GeekVape Aegis Nano Specifications
|Dimensions:||86.5 x 24 x 22.5 mm|
|Battery Type:||800 mAh built-in|
|Wattage:||5 to 30 Watts|
|Voltage:||0.1 to 6.0 Watts|
|Resistance Range:||0.2 to 3.0 ohms|
|Temperature Range:||100° to 315° C / 200° to 600° F|
|Screen:||0.69 Inches OLED|
|Pods Type:||Two 2 ml Refillable|
|Coils:||Integrated 0.6 ohm Mesh and 1.2 ohm MTL|
|Colors:||Red, Blu, Camo Blue, Camo Green, Yellow, Camo Silver, Black, Rainbow|
|Safety Features:||Short-Circuit Protection, Battery Voltage Protection, Overheating Protection, Short-Circuit Protection, Low Battery Protection Overheating Protection|
- Water, dust, and shock-resistant
- Easy to use
- Excellent flavor and cloud production
- Good airflow
- Disposable pods
Closing Thoughts About This GeekVape Pod Mod Kit
First, the only disadvantage of this device is that it does not use replaceable coils. A device like this should have come with replaceable coils.
Other than that, this is a very good pod mod with excellent airflow and high build quality. The product is ideal for people who want an affordable and durable vape.
Readers who have used this starter kit should feel free to write their opinions about it. Please leave a comment below.