Geekvape Aegis Intro
How durable is the last mod you bought? If you dropped it, would it survive? If it got submerged in water, would the mod die? If it got run over by car, is there any chance it could keep on vaping?
Here is a mod destined to survive all of that and more.
The Geekvape Aegis 100W TC: It takes a single 26650 or 18650, it’s built on a sturdy C-frame coated in thick black rubber with a leather exterior battery case sitting inside the frame. The Aegis is both built to last and it looks and feels incredible. This is not a mod to use for a month and then discard… though it’s priced comparably to many flimsy boxes being peddled by other manufacturers.
Colors: Silver/Brown, Gunmetal, Yellow, Stealth Black
Geekvape Aegis Specs and features
- Size: 37.8 x 46.8 x 88mm
- MAX power output: 100W
- Instantaneous firing: 0.015s
- MAX firing duration: 10s
- MAX voltage duration: 9V±0.1V
- Output mode: VW/ VPC/TC/TCR/BYPASS
- Resistance range: 0.05-3.0ohm
- Material: Aluminum + Zinc alloy + silicone
- Battery: 1x 26650/18650 cell (not included)
- Temperature Range: 100-315℃/200-600℉
- Operating temperature: -40℃ – 80℃
- Level: IP67 waterproof and dustproof; MIL STD 810G-516.6 military grade shockproof
The Aegis boasts a design that is dustproof, waterproof, as well as military grade shockproof. It can withstand incredible force, being submerged in water, and a host of other things you wouldn’t think of doing with other mods. Though, I don’t know how that big screen is going to fare when dropped face down on cement. I’m not doing that just yet because I need to admire it just a little while longer.
This mod has brawn and beauty! The leather feels just as good, if not better than the leather on the Lost Vape DNA mods. And the thick rubber coating gives it a nice grip as well as easily absorbing shock from a fall.
All of the color choices look sweet. There’s nothing too loud or off-the-wall. They all have the same black rubber coating on the C-frame which gives the lineup continuity. The variations in colors are in the matching switch-style fire button and the metal frame, the leather, plus the leather stitching. I think the all-black stealth version is just killer!
It goes up to 100 watts on a single battery, either 26650 or 18650 (using an included spacer). It fires down to 0.05 ohms, and it’s got all the common features we’ve come to expect, and more: TCR, all TC modes, watts curve, and the large, thick LED screen even gives a reading of amps being drawn.
There’s a lot more to this mod that we will cover in our upcoming review. From our initial tests, we think this could be a game changer. Wouldn’t it be nice if durability became the new “thing” for mods to have?
What are your thoughts on the Aegis? Let us know in the comments section.