Hey there, Andrew here! I'm excited to share my in-depth review of the Vandy Vape Pulse Aio V2, a remarkable Boro Mod developed in collaboration with the innovative Tony B. This device isn't just another iteration; it's a significant overhaul of the original Pulse AIO, and I'm here to dive into every detail.
Unboxing and First Impressions
Unboxing the Pulse AIO V2, I was immediately impressed by its full metal construction – a clear upgrade from the original Pulse. Inside the box, I found a Boro tank, a unique firing bar (noting that mine is a pre-release version), two drip tips, a set of airflow control pins (1.5 mm, 2 mm, 3mm and a pre-installed 4 mm), and a user manual. The device runs on the Vandy chip, which I was eager to test out.
Design and Build Quality
The design of the Pulse AIO V2 is a significant step up from its predecessors. The skeleton frame style of the body caught my eye for its aesthetic appeal and practicality. The metal construction not only enhances the mod's durability but also its overall feel and usability. The quality of the Boro tank and the thoughtful inclusion of spare O-rings and a tool for screwing the drip tip off the device add to the overall premium feel.
RBA and Coil Installation
The new Pulse RBA is a game-changer. It maintains compatibility with the original Pulse while offering an improved design. I found installing and positioning a coil in the RBA to be straightforward, a testament to the user-friendly design of this mod.
Wicking the Pulse AIO V2 was a breeze. I focused on precision while cutting and positioning the cotton, ensuring optimal performance. The process was intuitive, making it accessible for both new and experienced vapers.
Menu System and Features
Exploring the menu system, I found a range of modes including wattage, temperature control, bypass, and voltage. While I noted the absence of a fire lock, the overall functionality of the device impressed me. The Vandy chip performed flawlessly, offering a responsive and versatile vaping experience.
Performance and Vaping Experience
I tested the device with both a sub-ohm build and an MTL build, and the Pulse Aio V2 handled both with ease. The smooth airflow and the quality of the vaping experience were standout features. Whether you're into cloud chasing or flavor savoring, this mod has got you covered.
Comparisons and Final Thoughts
Compared to other Boro mods, the Pulse Aio V2 stands out for its compact size and robust performance. It's clear that Vandy Vape and Tony B have listened to community feedback and addressed every issue with the original model. The result is a stunning, high-performing mod that's versatile and user-friendly.
In conclusion, the Vandy Vape Pulse Aio V2, co-designed with Tony B, is a significant advancement in the Boro Mod category. Its sturdy construction, versatile RBA, and intuitive design make it an ideal choice for a wide range of vapers. Hats off to Vandy Vape and Tony B for this outstanding collaboration. I highly recommend the Pulse Aio V2 to anyone looking for a top-quality vaping experience.
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