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The Vapor2 Trinity is a kit for the person who has been thinking about vaping and just wants to start already, but doesn’t know what to buy. It includes everything you need to get started which includes the tank and mini mod.
V2 is no stranger to the vape game, however their claim to fame has been more in the e-cigarette realm, and a few multi-function vaporizers that were rather impressive. Now they are reinventing themselves with Vapor2.
Let’s take a look at the Trinity Kit and see how it performs….
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As soon as I took this little setup out of the box I immediately thought this would be the perfect vape for a smoker or even somebody who has been dabbling with e-cigarettes and wants to step it up to the next level.
I would love to give this setup to a friend but honestly the mod is too nice for that. I love the rubber coating, and the size and feel of it. It reminds me of the Vaporshark DNA40 from back in the day, only bite-sized and with a matching tank.
The versatility of the Trinity tank actually makes this kit a perfect segway from vaping on e-cigs into full on sub ohm vaping. V2 makes three types of coils for the Trinity: a 1.2 MTL coil for higher PG blends, a .8 and .5 sub ohm coils for max VG juice.
V2 recommends replacing your coil head after every twenty tank-loads. We also recommend learning how to prime and break in your coil heads.
I love the way the screen lights up and displays the Vapor2 Logo. One of the coolest parts about this vape mod is how the watts are controlled by single watt intervals. Let’s face it, nobody ever uses those .1 increments, at least I don’t.
V2 is a company that has always kept beginner vapers and smokers in mind, and the Trinity kit holds true to that. The top-fill was very easy to use, and installing the coil was a breeze. Today I will be using the 1.2 ohm coil heads.
I am actually impressed with the flavor on this tank. It is able to hang with my Nautilus X, which is one of my favorite MTL tanks to date. The airflow is a little bit restrictive, even wide open, but I think that is mainly due to the nature of MTL coil heads.
With the 0.8 ohm sub ohm coils, you definitely get more airflow. The flavor is a little bit more intense, due to the nature of sub ohm vaping. However, even with the 1.2 ohm coils, I am getting a decent cloudage and the flavor is on point.
I find that the 1.2 ohm coil heads work best with the airflow closed off tight. The best range for this coil is at around 15-20W. The 0.8 ohm coil heads work better with a wide airflow setting and a little bit more power (20-40W).
What V2 has done is actually pretty awesome. They have taken some of the best technology available and packaged it up into a nice little bundle for beginners. This all you need to quit smoking or to hook a friend up. I have been using the mod for the last week now and I have had nothing but great experiences with it so far.
V2 has done an excellent job adapting to the vape game by putting out an awesome product that can satisfy both their e-cig customers and advanced vapers at the same time. What do YOU think of the Vapor2 Trinity kit?
For the most part, fantastic article. Up until the mentions of the “nature of sub-ohming” being intense flavor and seemingly something “better”. It’s this impression that leads people down the “CLOUDS BRAH” path, and the exact thing that non vapers dislike.
Just saying! 🙂
Again though: overall, great article!
Thanks Brad, I appreciate the comment. I didn’t mean to imply that sub ohming is better, but the flavor definitely is more intense, at least from my experience. I personally enjoy both, whether it be mouth to lunging it on an e-cig or super sub ohming on a mech mod.