Apollo NEO Endeavor Kit review | A vape pen for the sub ohmer

The Apollo NEO Endeavor might look like your average vape pen, but it has a lot of features that make it the perfect setup for beginners and stealth vapers.

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Apollo NEO Endeavor Kit Intro

Recently, I reviewed the Apollo NANO Micro kit, which put out an impressive amount of power for such a small device. Today we are looking at a simple vape pen that is designed to handle Sub Ohm vaping called the Apollo NEO Endeavor, based upon their original Endeavor starter kit.

Apollo is a company that’s best known for making e-cigarettes, although recently they have been making more serious vapor products. Vape pens typically have been for higher Ohm vaping, so I’m interested to see what kind of cloudage I can get off the Apollo NEO Endeavor.

Price: $29.95 from Apolloecigs.com

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Apollo NEO Endeavor Kit Specs and Features

Kit Content

  • NEO Endeavor Sub Ohm 650mAh Vape Pen
  • 0.5Ω Sub Ohm Replacement Coil
  • Micro-USB Cord
  • User Manual

Specifications

  • Slim profile / light weight 650mAh battery
  • Sub Ohm 2.0ml tank for all day vaping
  • Smart Power LED Indicator
  • Pass-through Micro-USB charging

Notable Remarks

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Only about a year ago, vape pens were not associated with Sub Ohming. It wasn’t until recently that companies have found a way to make tiny devices that utilize this technology. Today we will be looking at a vape pen called the Apollo NEO Endeavor that’s designed for Sub Ohm vaping.
You might recognize the name Apollo from back in the day. They have been making e-cigarettes for quite some time now. The NEO Endeavor is actually based off one of their old products, an e-cigarette starter kit. This version packs more power and takes .5 ohm Sub Ohm coil heads.

Performance

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Great news, the Apollo NEO Endeavor puts out a decent vapor cloud, and the flavor isn’t bad either. However, I can tell you right now that if you are vaping above 30 watts, this isn’t gonna do it for you. Yes, it can Sub Ohm, but you won’t be winning any cloud comps with this little thing.

After taking the tank off and experimenting with other mods, I’ve come to the conclusion that the Apollo NEO Endeavor battery is only putting out 25-30W max. For a .5 ohm coil head, it’s not giving me the satisfaction I get from vaping at 40-50W. It’s very mellow for a Sub Ohm vape.

I’m not saying that this is a bad device. In fact, it might be just the right amount of vapor you are looking for. If you’re upgrading from an e-cig or vape pen, then this will blow you away. However, if you are vaping on an RDA at 50W, then the NEO Endeavor will not meet your expectations…

Likes

  • Slim and lightweight
  • Sub Ohm capable
  • 2mL tank capacity

Dislikes

  • Lesser-known brand
  • 650mAh battery capacity
  • Not a cloud chucker

Verdict

If this was two years ago, I would have been stunned by the idea of a Sub Ohm vape pen the size of the Apollo NEO Endeavor. However, having tried other comparable products, I feel like Apollo could have improved it even more. The power output for a Sub Ohm vape is pretty weak.

Other than that, the NEO Endeavor is a fine little vape pen. I recommend it as an introduction to Sub Ohm vaping, for people who don’t want to chuck massive clouds. For the price, it is a great way to get started. The tank can also be used on your new mod if you ever decide to upgrade.

If you want a vape pen with a bit more power, look into the Kanger Subvod or JAC Vapor S17.

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Dave Kriegel
Dave hails from New York City and is committed to providing high quality reviews and the most up-to-date vaping news coverage. His goal is to save vapers time and money. He is passionate about keeping people off the cigarettes, which is how he ended up on our team. When Dave is not working for Vaping360, you can find him producing music or educating the youth of tomorrow.