Sooooo folks… all of a sudden we’re well into 2017 already. As always, a new year brings with it a new chance for me to figure out what to put on here lol.
If you have been vaping for any decent amount of time, you’ll probably known that in the world of vaping, clones are a very real “thing”. For almost every mod, tank or even flavour out there, there are clones and replicas of each of them, most of the time.
For vaping tech, which more often then not comes from the great land of China, this is pretty much a common occurrence. Then again, considering that some of these equipment are grossly overpriced and extremely hard to get for what they are, the fact that clones exist and could even flourish, become somewhat easier to digest.
The moral implications of cloned equipment aside, they do provide a way for normal vapers to procure equipment that would otherwise impossible to get.
Today, we will be reviewing one of these clones, the Tobeco clone of the venerable Velocity V2.
August 8 2016. The date set by the FDA’s Deeming Rules, after which no new vaping equipment shall be introduced into the US market without going through the PTMA process.
For mod manufactures, it’s pretty much the beginning of the Vapocalypse. So it’s not surprising that right now we’re seeing such a tsunami of new products hitting the market before the deadline hits.
And one such device is Wismec’s latest take on the venerable Realeaux line, which includes the first Realeaux of them all, the Reuleaux DNA200 – and the (arguably controversial) RX200 which came afterwards.
Say hello to the Reuleaux RX2/3.
All Day Vapes. As subjective as vaping is, the subject of ADVs is pretty much out there as the saying goes. But once in a while you stumble upon something that stands right out, and can be agreed by many as ADV material.
Today, I’m gonna review one of these stand outs, a juice from the new Naked 100 line by Schwartz (of Upside fame) that eschews their former yoghurt signature for a more subtle direction: clear, clean fruit mixes.
The specific juice on review today is the Lava Flow, which mixes 3 main flavour accents (as the entire line does), which might seem simplistic to some but I can assure you that sometimes, less is more.
Let’s get on with the review then, shall we?