The Vaporesso Armour Pro is a complete sub ohm vape setup with an attractive and portable form factor. The mod runs on a single 18650, 20700 or 21700. Its max output is listed as 100 watts. (With an 18650, you’re looking at more like 80 watts tops.) Its firing bar is integrated into a colorful 0.96-inch screen, much like the Wismec Sinuous P80.
The Armour Pro kit comes with the new Cascade Baby, a 5 mL sub ohm tank with an innovative isolation structure to prevent burnt hits and extend the longevity of your coil heads. The tank includes a 0.3-ohm CCELL coil and a pre-installed 0.18 ohm-GT mesh coil. The Cascade Baby is compatible with the entire Vaporesso GT Core family just like the NRG product range.
Colors: black, silver, white, green, red and blue, midnight blue
Price: ~$50 for the kit
Remember when single-battery mods seemed like they were going out of style? Many of us did the whole dual, triple and even quadruple battery thing for a while. Then the realization set in that more cells also meant a heavier and less convenient vape setup. (What a surprise.) Now with the popularity of 20700 and 21700s, single battery mods could be making a comeback…
The Vaporesso Armour Pro is a single-cell mod that lets you choose between 21700s, 20700s or good ol’ 18650s. It features the updated OMNI 4.0 chipset that now boasts a 0.002 second firing time and 2-amp charging capabilities. It has a big colorful screen built in to its large firing switch. The mod has all the typical safety features like overcharge and short-circuit protection.
The OMNI board does temperature control with customizable TCR and heating/wattage curves. If you’ve used a Vaporesso mod before, it’s your standard 3-button operation. The user layout is clean and easy to see. It uses a speedometer-style wattage indicator and audio waves that remind me of the old Winamp player from the early days of Napster. Anybody?
The kit is paired with the new Cascade Baby, not to be confused with the even smaller Cascade Mini (don’t ask.) The tank is 24.5 mm in diameter and uses the same isolation structure as the full sized Cascade tank. It has a locking top-fill system and triangular airflow for denser clouds.
The Cascade Baby holds 5 mL of juice and comes standard with a 0.18-ohm mesh coil head. We’ve seen mesh on the rise lately, with sub ohm tanks like the Falcon and Fireluke Mesh. Vaporesso promises balanced heating and longer coil longevity with the GT Mesh coils. The Cascade Baby is compatible with GT Cores and cross-compatible with SMOK V8 Baby coils.
As pictured above, the Armour Pro kit stands at 91.4 mm in height. The mod alone is barely taller than a credit card. It’s an attractive setup for direct lung sub ohm vaping. Though stealthy in size, it should pump out enough power to chuck thick clouds with those 0.18-ohm mesh coils.
Let’s be real. At 0.18 ohms, you ain’t getting through no full day of vaping on a single battery. But the mod can be used with tanks such as the Innokin Zenith or Berserker Mini for a MTL experience. This seems more practical for a single-battery mod when you consider battery life.
What do you think about the Vaporesso Armour Pro Kit? Could you picture yourself using it?