Geekvape Mech Pro Kit preview

Geekvape doubles down with their new dual-cell parallel Mech Pro Kit.


Geekvape Mech Pro Kit Intro

After the recent release of the Karma Kit, a single-cell mechanical tube and RDA, Geekvape has upped the ante with the soon-to-be-available Mech Pro Kit. The kit pairs the Mech Pro box mod with their Medusa RDTA.

Geekvape promises to double your pleasure and double your fun, by doubling your run time and current – the Mech Pro box can be used with a single 18650 battery or dual cells in parallel. The batteries are neatly tied together with brass plated copper contacts and the angled copper fire button.

Not to forget user safety, the mod includes reverse battery protection and a lock button to assure the mod will not fire in your pocket, purse, or pack.

The zinc alloy body of the Mech Pro is sprayed in your choice of three colors: silver, black, or red. The side plates will be interchangeable, but there is no timetable for their release. If the early pictures are accurate, panel choices will include solid colors, carbon fiber, skulls, and…a cello…a violin?

Retail price of the Mech Pro Kit is $82.00, and it can currently be found on pre-order for $71.20.

Geekvape Mech Pro Kit Specs and features

Specifications - Mech Pro Mod

  • Size: 53mm x 96mm x 25.5mm
  • Material: Zinc alloy
  • Resistance range: 0.1-3Ω
  • Shell processing: Spraying
  • Battery: Single or dual 18650 (not included)

Specifications - Medusa RDTA

  • Height: 33mm
  • Diameter: 25mm
  • Drip tip height: 10mm
  • Capacity: 3ml

Kit content

  • Mech Pro mod
  • Medusa RDTA
  • Spares (details unavailable)

I’ll have a double please...


I had a chance to review the Geekvape Karma Kit and found it to be a solid value, so I have reason to be optimistic about the Mech Pro kit.

Like other dual-cell parallel mechanical mods (and mosfet boxes) the Mech Pro box will operate on a single 18650 battery in a pinch but the real beauty of two batteries in parallel is the extended run time, which theoretically should double. On top of that, having double the current on tap should also come in handy when powering the Medusa RDTA with some good size coils – without the worry of exceeding your battery limits.

And while she is not without a few minor quirks, the short and stout Medusa RDTA vapes pretty well and looks right at home atop the Mech Pro box. From the pictures, I am digging the carbon fiber Mech Pro with black Medusa and ultem drip tip.

It looks like Geekvape may continue their hot streak with the Mech Pro Kit.

As always, you guys will ultimately decide.

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Gary Joseph
Gary is a retired technical writer residing in the metro Detroit area. Besides vaping, and writing for Vaping360, some of his other interests include motorcycling, watch collecting, bicycling and fitness.

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