Geekvape Aegis X Review

Geekvape Aegis X Review

The aegis X by geekvape is a dual 186500 that now has a big mass of 2.4 inches screen. It comes in a big suitcase which is some kind of promotional packaging. Inside its packaging, you will get your device along with the screen protector, which you could leave on or peel it off. Further, you will get the Cerberus to mesh sub-ohm tank, which included a lot of different geek kits along with an extra screen protector. Then there is a user manual and a little envelope that has a warranty card and all of the information like warning cards etc. An extra coil is also inside its packaging for the Cerberus tank, a straight piece of glass, a baggie of spare seals, and O-rings. It also has a micro USB charging, an upgrade cable and an extra rubber cover inside for the USB port, along with some extra screws for the mod as well. 

Specifications:

In aegis X, they did not include the new Zeus sub-ohm tank, but it is still a nice little sub-ohm tank. In order to use it, you need to fill the top of the tank and then put the cap on it. If we talk about the device, it is built really well, IP 67 rated and has all the good stuff like it is waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof as well. Its top looks fairly similar to the original aegis legend but is the angle in more on the top. The platform is only about 27mm wide and the same style built-in 510s and metal piece up top. Lastly, there is a micro USB right at the bottom. On the side of the screen, you got a fire button and two controls. It has a metallic rubberized coating and a leather piece that is cushioned and comes up with a bunch of colours. In its bottom, there is some venting that brushed finish again. In order to open that compartment, you need to pull over the cap, which is spring-loaded with the breakaway style, and add the batteries inside it. But if the battery was to vent, it would break one of these seals of the cover and vent out the bottom. After adding batteries inside, it clicks into place, which is a little bit easier than the original aegis legend does. 

You need to click it 5 times to turns it on and you see a big old screen. You can adjust the brightness as you like. On its screen, you can see the battery bars, M1 power mode (which you can change to M2, M3, and M4) standard 35 watts. Along with these icons, you can see your resistance, voltage, amp load, and puff counter. When you put the tank on, it shows the resistance automatically. You also see a variable wattage curve or variable power curve on it. It also shows different temperature control modes such as bypass stainless steel TCR, nickel TCR, titanium TCR, and Just TCR/TCR. You can set your resistance and puffs as you like. You have different kinds of themes, colours, and adjustable modes in this device which you can set as per your desire. 

It has a very nice look and finishes with very nice buttons to be expected. It has a really big screen, kind of similar to the original geek vape Aegeus legends board, and its plastic panel feels very thick and strong with a better look in hands.

Pros:

  • One thing to be aware of it is that its sides are not wide, like 27mm as on the aegis legend, which is 30mm. So 28mm adi might look good, but 30mm will defiantly have some overhang.
  • Its plastic panel is a bit of a fingerprint magnet, but you really don’t see them once the screen is lit up.
  • It will get a little more time for you to get used to it.

Pros:

  • Having this, you basically have an aegis legend with a big old screen.
  • Its resolution is very nice, and the colours on it are very pop.
  • You can change the layout of the screen and other stuff like that.
  • They have the bevels that are added to them, which make it comfy to hold this device in hand.


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