The V2 Pro Series 3 Starter Kit is Good But Not Great

The V2 Pro Series 3 Starter Kit is Good But Not Great

V2 Pro Series 3 Starter Kit Review

I have both constructed my own vaporizers from individual parts and purchased fully manufactured e-cigs as well. I have always liked the ability to construct my own vaporizer as it really puts the power of design right into my own hands. However, there are some draw backs with this as well. I have experimented with different kinds of tanks, batteries and other assembly designs, so on occasion I stumble across a part that might be nice for some people, but also is lacking desirable features that I need. The V2 Pro Series 3 Starter Kit is a case and point. There are both great benefits of the V2 Pro Series 3 Starter Kit and elements that I wish were better. Of course, for the affordable price, it is possible to save money on the equipment, but at times I’d much rather spend the additional funds on a better tank.

V2 Pro Series 3 Starter KitSome specs regarding the V2 Pro Series 3 Starter Kit:

– 1.5 ml tank

– Glass tube

– 3.2 to 3.7 voltage allowed

– Bottom filling and bottom heating

Construction

The overall construction of the device does look nice. The stainless steel frame is beneficial  and provides a high-end look. The glass is also nice to look at, but I really am not the biggest fan of glass on a vaporizer, simply because I have it bouncing around in my purse and I don’t really want my keys or sunglasses cracking into the glass. It isn’t expensive to replace, but it is a bit of a pain and it also leaves with with leaking nicotine liquid in the bottom of my bag.

Tank

The 1.5 ml tank keeps the V2 Pro Series 3 vape  small, but it also really does not provide much in terms of additional liquid. It is fine for an infrequent nicotine user, but for anyone who smokes on a more regular basis, this is not the best device as the tank is going to continually go dry.

Final Thoughts

The voltage allowed isn’t a very large spectrum, but it is fine, and both the bottom filling and bottom heating features are common as well, so nothing wrong with it. In the end though, I’d give this a 3.5 for all the outlined reasons.

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