Voopoo has been around since 2021 and has become quite popular amongst computer users. Many people choose Voopoo simply because they are familiar with the products and like the brand name. Others choose it simply because it seems to have a great tech support team. I have personally tried several VOOPOO products and one of them, the Pod headphone Jack, disappointed me. This review will try to assess if VOOPOO products actually work as advertised.
The first VOOPOO product, we will look at is the VOOPOO VINCI. This product comes with two earpieces: a standard one and a slim design one which is designed to fit into a shirt pocket or other small places. The Pod comes with a standard 1.3ohm mesh coil. It turns out that this is probably the best mesh available on the market right now. A quick search on the internet shows that many other people prefer the higher quality flavor of the Voopoo Pod but if you are on a tight budget the VOOPOO VINCI is a really good deal.
After approximately ten minutes have passed, I pressed the power button on my radio transmitter. The first thing I noticed was that the Voopoo X Kit took a little longer than normal to get warm. After waiting for about two minutes, I pressed the button again and got the warm air I expected. I also noticed that when I pressed the power button again the warm air vanished and I was greeted by a fire-like current that made me wince.
Once you have your two earpieces you need to put the VOOPOO VINCI on and power it up. The first thing I did was to check whether or not the e-liquid worked correctly. I found that both flavors tasted okay, however, the flavor of the Voopoo Nicotine seemed to be much better. The second flavor, the Vanilla Bean, was also good but I could tell that the consistency of the vapor wasn’t as good as the Voopoo VINCI. My final flavor was the Hazelnut which was also good. These three flavors taste very similar, so I wouldn’t say that they were really different.
There are a few other things that could be going wrong but the main problem seems to be related to the VOOPOO heating element. This heating element seems to work best when the wick is filled with some sort of oil. In any case, the wick shouldn’t be too dry. The plastic cases are great and easy to use but I’ve noticed that they can easily tear. I used the same type of cotton in the past with no issues but I wouldn’t recommend using it with the vinci case as the heat can damage it.
After reading some online reviews I realized that most people reported problems with the batteries. The VOOPOO P np replacement coils were supposed to last for at least two weeks but I’ve seen reports stating that batteries only last for a few days. However, after making sure to add a whole extra battery into the vinci a case, the problem went away. So maybe it’s not the VOOPOO P NP that’s the problem. I gave up because this isn’t the vinci r case after all.
The final issue I had with the VOOPOO RDA was the lack of quality in the airflow department. There was very little airflow, which meant that every time I vented the device in the air wouldn’t make it out of the cup. You can’t tell that it’s not quality by looking at it but the airflow problem seems to affect many people. It’s probably just a design flaw but in general most devices have poor airflow. The smok RPM40 is no exception. Other than that, this is an excellent vaporizer.
The only thing I would really like to change about this vaporizer is to get one with a compatible p in coils instead of the cheap ones they used in the past. The cheap ones break easily and don’t produce nearly as good of vapor. Other than that, this is a fantastic product that works well and comes with a great price.