The Vaporfi Vox II mod was already a bold device with its 7W to 50W range and 35A output limits. The 2500-mAh replaceable battery is powerful: this is an excellent and highly sought after product. What could the company do to make it even better? They added one more option: color.
That’s right: instead of just one white rectangle, customers get to weigh up the pros and cons of colors. There’s black, blue, pink, and red this time.
What color do you wear most often?
Use that as the basis upon which to select one of five shades if you are having trouble. Base your color choice on the atomizer you are most likely to attach.
If it’s a colorful RDA from outside of Vaporfi, your choice of Vox II could be affected. Eleaf did this with their iStick series, and having a selection of colors to choose from has proven popular. Vaporfi usually knows which trends are worth following.
Vox Mod Kit
The Vox is sold separately, but a kit is better value. Pay $199.99 and receive everything: a battery, tank or RDA, USB charging cable, and accessories according to the atomizer you order. Your three choices are the Volt, Bolt, and Rebel.
Usually, a starter kit is bundled with a specific battery-atomizer combination, but not today. At Vaporfi, they know customers love to customize as much as possible.
RTAs (Rebuildable Tank Atomizers) are highly fashionable right now. The Volt Hybrid lets you replace atomizer heads in full or rebuild atomizer coils on an RBA deck.
It comes with colored O-rings. With the Bolt, you’re dripping, but a Rebel lets you fill the tank and forget about dripping. There is also an adjustable airflow valve in the base of the Rebel tank.
More about the Vox II Mod
We’re not finished with the Vox Mod. Its protective chip defends itself and you from overheating, low voltage, and over-charge. You won’t damage the Vox II by replacing the battery upside down and an atomizer resistance meter built in prevents you from accidentally trying to operate below 0.2 ohms.
The Vox II OLED screen displays essential readings like how much of a charge is left in the battery, voltage, watts, and ohms. It’s bright and beautiful. When the cell needs a boost, here are your options.
First is taking the cell out of its compartment and recharging using a traditional battery dock. A second option is applying the cord included in your package to recharge and use the Vox II while re-charging continues.
Consumers call this “pass-through” vaping and consider a pass-through feature convenient if they work at a desk with a laptop and handy charging port.
Add E Juice
The Vaporfi Reserve line (formerly Artisan E Liquid) was developed specifically for high watt, sub-ohm vaporizers like the Vox II. With highly viscous juices (they contain more vegetable glycerin than proplylene glycol), you have the opportunity to make big clouds, but more importantly, to extract the most from your flavor with precise control over wattage.
Vaporfi’s Artisan series contains 6 flavors: Decadence, Monkey Business, Summer Lovin’, Black Velvet, Moroccan Gold, and Northern Lights. Each one is packaged in a glass bottle, 30 ml for $21.99, so it’s $6 more than the regular series.
These are also pre-steeped e liquids where regular Vaporfi juices are made to order. Monkey Business is a banana-style e juice. Summer Lovin’ is a refreshing option. Decadence tastes like a creamy dessert. Try them all.
The Pro and Pro II by Vaporfi are excellent e cigs offering a step up from basic cigalikes such as the Vaporfi Express. Ego-type electronic cigs give consumers longer lasting power and greater flavor.
But vapers love adventure and experience has shown them that more advanced gear is out there. As fans of Vaporfi, owners of the Pro and/or Pulse vaporizer want to stick with the brand they know and love as they become curious about products with extra features.
That is why they do not upgrade to a different manufacturer but move on to Vaporfi’s Rocket advanced personal vaporizer.
Like the Pro and Pulse, Vaporfi’s Rocket e cig is still small, stealthy, and simple. Its profile is slender and buttons sit flush with their exterior. There’s nothing flashy about this product but the clearomizer portion is a little different. Instead of one viewing window, there are four, so you can see your e liquid without squinting through the silver or black exterior.
Don’t expect Vaporfi to release these in shades of blue and green: you wouldn’t expect such a thing from NASA and Vaporfi is no different. The Rocket is modern and streamlined; minimal but not lacking. Here’s what you get.
Vaporfi VV Technology
I called this an advanced personal vaporizer for three reasons. One is the knob in the battery base which allows you to change voltage. Your range is small, but isn’t it nice simply to gain control? A second advanced feature is the Rocket’s large rating: 1600 mAh. That’s almost three times what the Pro can give you. Vape for a full day once you have charged the battery to its full capacity.
Vaporfi Variable Airflow
The third advanced element of this Vaporfi e cig is its adjustable airflow valve. It is built into the Rocket clearomizer with 5 airflow holes of varying sizes.
Tank capacity is 2.5 ml so fill up with a flavor you love (consider Vaporfi’s fine blends, 30 ml for $15.99) and choose airflow that lets you puff more easily or with a tighter resistance. Your juice will also taste different and vapor temperature might seem different depending on your setting too.
Purchase the Kit for Less
As always, Vaporfi packages their Rocket 1600-mAh battery and airflow-adjustable tank in a bundle. This set priced $119.99 contains a wall adapter for the requisite USB charger and five dual coil atomizer replacements.
Since the battery costs $49.99 and a tank sells for $39.99 without extra atomizer heads or chargers, you are getting a great deal when purchasing a bundle.
The Rocket tank is great, but there are other fabulous options at Vaporfi. Several can be used interchangeably with the Rocket clearomizer if you break it or because you keep one tank specifically for fruity e juice, another for tobacco, and a third for cinnamon.
You might need a collar so that their pairing appears natural, but with that separate item a Platinum or Titanium tank makes an excellent accompaniment. Because you are still shopping with Vaporfi, reward points apply. Spend them on your hardware or to pay for replacement atomizers and e juice.
Since a Rocket’s battery threading connects with other tanks in the Vaporfi line and outside of it, the Rocket tank can also be used with other Vaporfi batteries.
Attach it to the Pro battery, for instance (currently on sale), or another brand of battery with the same threading. Vaporfi does not mind sharing their customers with the competition; they know you will always come back.
Among the many and varying levels of e cigs and equipment available at VaporFi is their Rebel, versions one and two. VaporFi designed them to be user-friendly while also supplying experienced vapers with some choices. They didn’t go crazy and make this a complicated device yet their design has put power in the hands of countless vapers.
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VaporFi Rebel I
Before introducing the VaporFi Rebel II, it helps to learn where the second device comes from. Version one is a telescopic, variable voltage e cig.
Telescopic e cigs can expand or contract according to the size of battery you want to use. While it may seem strange to some vapers that anyone would opt for the smaller, less powerful battery at any time, there are good reasons to provide options.
Certain vapers are more comfortable with a shorter battery, perhaps in public, maybe in general. If a device is shared by two people, one might like the longer format and the other person prefers a shorter one.
This stainless steel, rechargeable unit costs around $180. It comes with a 3-ml Titan Dual Head tank, wall charger, screen display, and two batteries. They measure 600 mAh and 2200 mAh.
VaporFi Rebel II
The second Rebel is even more rebellious than its namesake.
Firstly, you get to switch between variable voltage and variable wattage while a chip reads the resistance of your atomizer to maintain safety and choose voltage output.
The Rebel I was developed before variable wattage became the standard must-have feature of just about every adjustable mod. Now that VaporFi has the lay of the land, they can’t leave out the wattage option.
A Rebel II operates at 3 to 15 watts and between 3 and 6 volts, so it is not a high-watt mod for sub-ohms, but still customizable. Its 4A output accepts a 2800-mAh or 750-mAh battery: as you can see, VaporFi pumped up the power.
Change of Tank
Rebel I was designed before VaporFi created a dedicated tank. Their selection of the Titan is excellent, but many tank mods are now adjustable in some way.
VaporFi added a Rebel tank to their starter kit.
A valve on the tank allows one to adjust juice flow.
This is just one of the many ways in which the Rebel II differs from a Rebel I.
The Rebel tank is also 4-ml deep: an addition of 1 ml capacity.
Both kits cost about the same amount of money. They both feature 3-digit display. Each one battery is compatible with multiple tanks or clearomizers, both from VaporFi’s considerable collection and from outside of the brand.
More at VaporFi
If you wanted something a little more straightforward without a screen or variable power, the Pro Series would do wonders. VaporFi offers 650-mAh and 1000-mAh versions of the Pro cell, plus matching clearomizers with viewing sleeves. There are 3 sets priced $49.95 or $59.95.
The Pulse is another excellent choice: 650 mAh with a screen, but it only shows you how many puffs you have taken. For $120, it is a little cheaper too and features the fun, circular, wireless charger which only works with a Pulse battery. Pulse tanks hold 2.5 ml and cost $14.99. Batteries are priced $29.99.
An Air by VaporFi lowers power considerably: to 350 mAh. One also owns a much smaller device which is incompatible with any other product at VaporFi because of its elliptical shape. Even the South Beach Smoke Air (made by the same people) is incompatible because of its cylindrical profile.
For extra power, you would have fun with a Vox 50W mod by VaporFi. This provides loyal customers with advanced vaping skills with a box-style device in the popular mode. Sub-ohm vaping starts here, with a bottle of high-VG VaporFi Artisan e liquid.
Only a few examples of elliptical e cigs exist in the vaping world, including one known as an Elipse fittingly enough. Many handheld, pocket-sized herbal vaporizers are squashed to a thin shape in preference to a cylinder, but e cigs usually take a cylindrical or a box shape. The VaporFi Air might have been a clue all along that this company from Florida aimed to cater to the herbal vaper at some point even when they first started out. They eventually added an Orbit Herbal Vaporizer to their catalogue and have since quietly slid the DHW herbal tank in there too.
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VaporFi Air E Cig
Don’t mix up the VaporFi Air E Cig with a South Beach Smoke product of the same name. They are both companies owned by IVG (International Vaping Group) and both items start at the 350 mAh level.
South Beach Smoke’s e cig, however, comes in three sizes, growing in length and power to the promise of an eGo. A VaporFi Air remains petite and even more discrete than its sister product. The South Beach Smoke Air comes in stainless steel only.
VaporFi’s Air is sold in white or black. Neither one is sold in eye-catching colors or with variable voltage or wattage. They are both simple manual products of an excellent size for brand new vapers. Unlike a longer eGo e cig, they don’t intimidate brand new vapers with their size.
Buy the Air Starter Kit
A kit of compatible pieces for the Air electronic cig costs $39.99. With VaporFi’s Air, you really must purchase a proprietary charger from the start.
It’s no use looking around for another one from some other firm that might work. This battery is unsuitable for universal products owing to its unique shape. The 350-mAh battery should last you 5 or 6 hours when fully charged.
Its 0.9-ml tank has a built in coil capable of 2.2 ohms. It is not a replaceable coil. A black mouthpiece is included in the package with a USB charger and adapter. Combine the battery and tank for a 4.75″ total length: cute as a button.
To give you an idea of how much money starter kits save you, here is what each item would cost sold separately. Batteries are priced $24.99; tanks $7.99. A USB charger sells for $9.99 and the wall adapter costs $8.99. Add this all together and you get just shy of $52. By ordering a starter kit, you save about $12.
The USB charger is proprietary but the wall adapter is universal as is their $6.99 car adapter. A package of three tanks costs $19.99: buy three at a time to save about $4. If you decide to try out the Air, I recommend you buy these three-packs.