If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll probably have realised that I love a good V2 Cigs product, or Vapour2 as they are now known as. They’re back with a new website and some new products, one of which I’m going to be road testing right now for you fine folk. You may have spotted my unboxing video of the Vapour2 haul, but just in case you didn’t, you can find it here:
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I also reviewed this sub-ohm compatible device at the same time. Still to come – the VERTX vape pen, plus CBD oil. This is something I’m quite excited for, I’ll be honest. You’ll be happy to know that I’m road-testing it as we speak.
But for now, it’s time for the Vapour2 Trinity Review. It was definitely a surprising journey, but I was overall pleasantly surprised by it. Are you ready to see what I thought about it?
Vapour2 Trinity – £69.99
The Vapour2 TRINITY Kit includes:
• Standard Atomizer (1.2 Ω)
• Sub Ohm Atomizer (0.8 Ω)
• USB Charging Cord
• User Manual
* 0.5 ohm not included with this kit, can be purchased separately.
Vapour2 Trinity Review
It’s the first sub ohm compatible device that Vapour2 / V2 Cigs have released, and it’s the one I’ve been the most excited for, if i’m being honest. I’ve upgraded through the ranks, starting with the cigalikes, moving onto the Ex cartridges, and then the Pro Series 3 and 7 … It’s safe to say I’ve been a firm fan. They’re a reliable brand. I’ve never had anything break on me. They were once quite expensive compared to other vape companies, but you’ll soon learn that you get what you pay for in the vaping world. Although you might pay a little more for these vaporisers, they will last the distance. I still have V2 Cigs Ex Series batteries that still work (as you’ll see from the My Vaping History video!), and when I tried the pre-filled cartridges with them, they still worked too. And they tasted the same as they did two or three years ago when I first got them. I wonder how many of my mods and tanks I’ll be saying the same about in two or three years time from now … It would be fun to find out!
(It’s a good job I’m a hoarder and never get rid of my old vaping stuff!)
Anyway, moving back to the topic of this Vapour2 Trinity review, and I want to start with the tagline on the homepage of the Vapour2 website:
“Advanced technology for the veteran vaper”
I feel like the tagline would put newbies off. Just a thought. I’ve known a few vapers out there who skipped the mouth-to-lung vaping habit out entirely, going straight for sub ohming and never trying MTL vaping EVER. (Until I force them to, of course.) As far as sub ohm devices go, I actually thought this one looked pretty simple, so I don’t really think their choice of words was a great one.
Also, it goes from 5w to 40w. That’s not enough wattage for the “veteran” vaper these days. My recent Pioneer IPV6X 215w Box Mod goes up to 215w (as the name suggests), for example. As well as putting newbies off, I feel that line would probably invoke a reaction similar to, “Veteran vaper? 40 watts? You’re joking, right?” from actual veteran vapers. You know how bitchy and judgemental people can be.
Just throwing my two-pennies worth in there …
Anyway, it’s available in blue or black, and the Vapour2 Trinity Vaporizer (yes, there’s a ‘z’ on the website, I checked), is £69.99. You’ll save 10% with my discount code – UKWORDGIRL. It comes with the complete vaporiser itself, the tank, a standard atomizer, a sub ohm atomizer, and the charging cord with USB manual.
Firstly – big thanks to Vapour2 for sending me the black one. I don’t think I would have loved the blue one as much. I tend to find myself sorely disappointed when anything other than black or silver arrives … Is that brattish? Hey, I like what I like. Technically, I’m the “average” vaper too.
Mouth-to-Lung AND Sub-Ohm Compatible
I LOVE that you can use both MTL and sub ohm stuff with the same device. LOVE it! I asked someone just the other day to recommend a tank to me that could do both. I’m on the hunt for a tank where I can just change the coil inside and switch from MTL and sub ohm liquid, because I hate having to carry around two devices, or two tanks. At the moment, I’m using the Vype eBox and the Kangertech Nano Topbox (as well as the Aspire Archon). I carry BOTH of those devices around with me. Before that, it was a sub ohm tank by Vape Direct (I believe), with an Aspire Nautilus Mini tank for when I didn’t want to sub ohm. The fact that a quick coil switch changes this from one to the other seriously impresses me. I love it.
The sub ohm coil is 0.8 ohm. This is higher than I’m used to. I think I usually buy around 0.5 ohm. You can buy a 0.5 ohm coil, but it doesn’t come included with the kit. I wonder why this is? I feel like I’m getting experimental. The standard one is 1.2 ohm. Again, I think I usually go for 1.5 ohm. Check me out, trying new things!
I haven’t yet tried the 1.2 ohm coil – mouth to lung vaping. I’m still using the sub ohm coil. I’ve been using this device almost daily for about two weeks now, and we’re still in a very happy relationship. It works. It’s powerful enough to satisfy my vaping needs. It’s small enough to fit in my hand. The sub ohm tank is wonderfully smooth and I love vaping with it. Why would I need anything else? I decided to wait until the 0.8 ohm sub ohm coil is burned-out, then I’ll change it for the 1.2 ohm mouth to lung coil and let you know what I think of that. Keep your eyes peeled for the update …
With a variable output of 5 to 40 watts, it isn’t the most powerful device on the market. My Kangertech Nano Topbox, for example, goes up to 60 watts. The Aspire Archon goes up to 150 watts. The Pioneer IPV6x goes up to 215 watts. I don’t think I’ve ever vaped with any of them over 50 watts so far, with my usual being around 40 watts. If anything, I was a little worried this one might not have enough power for me, but it wasn’t the case. I am somewhat aware that it’s not quite as powerful as the Kangertech I’d been using before, but it doesn’t feel like a “downgrade”. It just feels like a more compact version, and I actually love it for that.
Size-wise, it’s a lot smaller than I thought it was going to be. And by a lot smaller, I really do mean A LOT SMALLER! It’s so tiny. It didn’t put me off, but I have small hands. If you have regular adult sized hands, you might find this a little too small. I guess that’ll be a personal-preference thing too.
It feels nice – the design is nice and it fits in your hand quite nicely. It has a really soft-touch, almost velvet finish. Much the same as the matte finish on the new iPhones. Because it’s not metal, I don’t think it would show up the damage quite so much. I’ve dropped it once already and there’s no sign of damage. And, just for the record, it wasn’t my fault. My cat totally knocked it off the table. Being a cat-owner is hard sometimes … *sigh*
I love the design of it. I definitely should talk about this more. The + and – buttons are cleverly placed — at the top of the box, next to the tank, and I never hit them by accident, accidentally changing the wattage up and down. I’m forever doing this with my other vapes – the Aspire Archon and the Kangertech Nano Topbox, both of which have the buttons on the side of the device. The Aspire Archon is the worst for it – I keep changing the mode entirely on that one. The end result? A very burned coil and a foul-tasting hit.
You can very easily see how much liquid is left in your tank because it’s transparent all the way around. I don’t like tanks that only have a little window because then I seem to forget to check whether or not there’s liquid in there, and I always get the nasty, dry burned taste. It’s very obvious with this tank. There’s no excuse.
This sub ohm compatible device is TPD compliant – the tank fits in with the 2ml restrictions. I didn’t think this would make much of a difference for me, but I’ve gone from a 3ml tank on the Kangertech Nano Topbox to a 2ml tank in the Trinity tank. I’ve definitely noticed myself filling it up more frequently. I’m actually considering buying a few of the 3ml+ non TPD compliant tanks while they’re on sale and the shops / websites are trying to get rid of them. I think the 2ml tank restriction will get on my nerves. Still, Vapour2 can’t help that.
How Does It Vape?
I bet you’re wondering how it vapes? Well, let me tell you. I love the way it vapes. It’s super smooth, but still enough that you’re satisfied by it. I haven’t heard a single gurgle or hiss, it hasn’t leaked, and it hasn’t spat anything out at me. I’ve never had eliquid in my mouth, although the top-fill circular black mouthpiece always proves a bitch to screw back on. I think that’s just because I’m super clumsy and have absolutely zero hand to eye coordination. But aside from that, I have literally had no problems at all with the Vapour2 Trinity. In fact, I’ve just grown to love it more and more.
I even love the mouthpiece. As I said in my video, I would prefer a smaller, thinner mouthpiece for mouth to lung vaping, but we haven’t got to that yet. I will, of course, keep you posted.
The larger mouthpiece is pretty standard for sub ohm vaping. Well, for me it is anyway. The curved shape of it feels really comfortable on your lip / mouth. I didn’t even realise that was important to me until I used this tank. The Kangertech Nano Topbox (again) has a right angle between the mouthpiece and the tank, mostly because you can take it out and change it for different ones. You can’t do that with the Vapour2 Trinity. The curved shape of it makes it really comfortable to vape with, though. That curved shape is now something I would intentionally look for in future tanks. I’m learning more and more about my own vape habits and preferences every day!
Vapour2 Trinity Review – Dislikes
Was there anything I didn’t like? Well … No. Apart from wanting a thinner mouthpiece for when I wanted to mouth-to-lung vape, there wasn’t actually anything I would have wanted to change. Oh, and the labelled charger. I rant about that enough in the video though, I won’t start ranting again. I actually think that’s it. There’s not very much I can do about wanting a 3ml+ tank, unless I buy some of the cheaper non TPD compliant ones right now, while they’re still available. I might actually do that. It won’t be the Trinity tank though, and I really did like that one.
Vapour2 Trinity Review – In Conclusion
Right, I’ll just come right out and say it – this is my new favourite vape. I’m giving it 5 out of 5 stars.
I was totally besotted with it when I opened it on the video, and after vaping with it for a while, I’ve just fallen more and more in love with it. It’s super cute, for a start, and I really love how compact it is. Despite the “veteran” status it claims to have, I actually think this one would be perfect for a beginner. I do not think it would be powerful enough for some of the veteran vapers out there.
Simple and sweet – the Vapour2 Trinity kit is definitely one I would recommend. Perhaps not to the more hardcore vapers out there, but definitely to you if you’re a beginner, or looking for an all-in-once device that is easy to understand and compact. Just remember that this does both sub ohm and mouth to lung vaping – you could use it for both, like I intend to, or just one. It’s your choice.
You will save 10% on all Vapour2 products if you use my exclusive discount code: UKWORDGIRL
I would LOVE to hear about your experience if you’ve read this Vapour2 Trinity review and bought one for yourself. Tell me all about it below, or tell me if you’re tempted to buy it. Or … is there something that has put you off about it? Are you simply looking for a little more power?
I love Vapour2, or V2 Cigs, as I know them as, and I would highly recommend them. They’re a brand I’ve “grown up” with in terms of vaping, and they’ve always delivered reliable products that are worth the price you’ll pay for them. Take a peek for yourself – there’s something for everyone.
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