The GeekVape Z50 from Aegis is a 50 watt starter kit that uses a robust battery and a tank that provides high levels of clouds and flavor. Other features customers will undoubtedly find attractive is the device’s various power modes and its simple menu system.
This mod is ideal for people who want a solid and reliable low-wattage vape that delivers high levels of clouds and flavor. Additionally, the GeekVape Z50’s price is reasonably low, making it one of the more economical options available.
Table of Contents
Aegis GeekVape Z50 Review: What Is It Like to Vape On?
The GeekVape Z50 is a starter kit for people who like lower wattage box mods. It only powers to 50 watts, so the vapor is not going to be as warm as the higher wattage devices. Even so, the flavor is very good because of the KA1 mesh coils.
The device is also comfortable to hold. The mod has a slim profile, although it is a little tall with the tank attached, but is still a very ergonomic and transportable kit.
This tank still is able to produce a high amount of vapor, even if vaping it at around 30 or 35 watts. It uses low resistance coils, so it is going to produce a lot of vapor. It may not make as big of a cloud as the higher wattage devices, but cloud chasers should still be satisfied with it.
- Power Mode
- Bypass Mode
- UPC (Curve)
- 10-Second Vaping Overtime
- Battery Anti-Reverse Connection Protection
- Atomizer Resistance Protection
- Temperature Protection
- Battery Voltage Protection
- Short-Circuit Protection
- Threaded 510 Connection
GeekVape Z50 Starter Kit
- Geek Vape Z50 Mod
- Geek Vape Zeus Nano Tank
- Replacement Glass
- Tool Kit
- Spare Parts Pack
- USB Cable
- User Manual
Internal Building Quality and Design
The build and design quality of the GeekVape Z50 box mod and tank are very good. There are no issues with rattling, sticky buttons, or whistling airflow holes.
Also, the firing and adjustment buttons are large, well placed, and responsive. The rainbow color is a bit too flashy; otherwise, there is not much to say in terms of cons.
Battery Life and Performance
The vape uses a built-in 2000 mah battery, which is pretty good when considering that this is a 50 watt box mod. The battery should last most of the day or more, and it takes an hour to charge. The optimal wattage level for battery longevity is 30 to 40 watts.
Screen and Menu
The battery life is displayed at the very top. Beneath that, wattage is shown in the center, followed by resistance, amps, volts, and the puff counter. It is a bright screen and very easy to read, even when outside.
The menu is simple and is similar to all the other GeekVape devices. Anyone who has used a GeekVape kit before should figure it out quickly.
The GeekVape Zeus Nano Tank
This Z Nano tank is pretty good. People are going to like the drip tip and the fill ports the most. The drip tip is 510 and removable, and the fill ports are large, so there should be no trouble with getting the nozzle into them. The fill ports are located at the top, not the bottom, which is another big pro.
Some people are not going to like that the GeekVape Z50 tank’s max juice capacity is 3.5 ml with the bubble glass.
- The juice capacity is even lower with the straight glass (2 ml). For a 50 watt box mod, the juice capacity is not bad.
- But, it would have been better had the bubble and straight glasses been a bit larger. 4 ml would have been perfect for the.
These are medium resistance coils, so it would be best to go with 70/30 or 60/40 vegetable glycerin to propylene glycol liquids.
They do not get that hot, but they get hot enough to get gunked up with other liquids.
Not only are the fill ports up top, but so is the airflow. There are two holes located beneath the top cap for top-to-bottom airflow.
The airflow control ring is located beneath the top cap. It goes from wide open to almost all the way closed, providing deep direct-to-lung hits and loose mouth-to-lung draws.
GeekVape Z50 Coils
The starter kit comes with 0.4 and 0.6 ohm KA1 mesh coils rated for 15 to 25 watts and 25 to 33 watts, respectively. These coils are very good at sucking every bit of flavor out of the juices.
How Long Do the Coils Last?
Each coil should last a good while if properly primed and used with 3 to 6 mg nicotine liquid. Also, stick within the manufacturer’s recommended wattage settings.
How to Use the GeekVape Z50 Box Mod and Tank?
- Prime the coils to ensure they do not dry hit by placing two or three drops of liquid into them.
- Follow that up by putting the selected coil into that tank.
- Open the fill ports by sliding open the top cap and lifting it off.
- Fill it to capacity and give the coil five to ten minutes to absorb the liquid.
The wattage increases in 0.5 increments, but holding the adjustment buttons down causes the wattage to increase to 1.0 increments. The vape round-robins.
- Five clicks on/off
- Three clicks to enter the modes menu, click the adjustment buttons to change modes, and then click the power button again to choose the mode
- Click both adjustment buttons to lock and unlock the wattage
- Click the power button and either adjustment button to change the brightness
Competing Starter Kit Products
GeekVape Z50 vs. Aspire Onixx Kit
The Aspire Onixx is a pretty good kit that is worth considering as well. It’s slightly smaller and easier to handle, and the Onixx is a few dollars less expensive. Another thing to like about this device is the leather grip.
It is slightly more comfortable than that of the GeekVape Z50. However, it has even less juice capacity, holding only 3 ml. It also has lower wattage.
GeekVape Z50 vs. GeekVape Aegis Kit
The Aegis is a good alternative to the GeekVape Z50 kit for those who want a pod mod that can provide solid mouth-to-lung hits.
Other advantages of this kit include high durability (IP67 rating) and a highly portable and ergonomic design that makes it even more comfortable to hold and vape than the GeekVape Z50. Nevertheless, the GeekVape Z50 comes with a lot of power modes and provides a solid MTL hit.
Geek Vape Z50 Specifications
|Dimensions:||136.5 x 30 x 24 mm|
|Battery Type:||Integrated 2,000 mAh|
|Wattage Range:||5 to 50 Watts|
|Voltage Range:||0.6 to 7.0 Volts|
|Modes:||Power Bypass Mode, and More|
|Construction:||Zinc-Alloy and Stainless Steel|
|Screen:||0.96 Inch OLED Color Display|
|Safety Features:||10 Second Overtime, Battery Anti-Reverse Connection. Atomizer Resistance, Temperature, Battery Voltage, and Short-Circuit Protection|
Geek Vape Zeus Nano Tank Specifications
|Tank Capacity:||3.5 mL|
|Construction:||304 Stainless Steel|
|Threaded Top Fill System:||✓|
|Dual Slotted Bottom Airflow Control Ring:||✓|
|Coils:||0.4 and 0.6 ohm KA1 Mesh Coils|
|Press Fit Coils:||✓|
- Excellent clouds and flavor
- Decent battery life
- Good airflow
- Easy to use
- Simple menu system
- Small tank capacity
Closing Thoughts About the GeekVape Z50 Starter Kit
There is nothing negative to say about this mod or kit, except that GeekVape’s Z Nano’s juice capacity is not where it should be. Even that is not much of a con. The max most people are going to burn these coils at is around 30 watts, so it will not be necessary to top it off frequently.
The other advantages of this mod and tank far outweigh this small con, such as good airflow, decent build quality, and amazing flavor and cloud production.
If you have used the GeekVape Z50 kit and want to share your thoughts with us and our readers, feel free to leave a few words in our commenting section.