Is Vaporesso Aurora Play Kit Better Than Nexus AIO Kit In Flavor Production?
Small sized vape kits are becoming more and more popular in the vapers, especially the pod vape kits. This time we’ll make a comparison between two 650mAh pod kits of Vaporesso.
Firstly let’s check out the Vaporesso Aurora Play Kit that features CCELL coils, a nice automatic MTL draw and a convenient and familiar body styling. It is the second version of the Aurora and a few things have changed. The overall body is more rounded and slightly larger, it now has an on/off button and a push-to-fill system, the mouthpiece, and pods are different, and the whole pod is swapped now instead of just the coil.
Still powered by a 650mAh built-in battery, Aurora Play’s output will be 10W if the 1.3ohm is detected and 18 to 20W if the 0.65ohm is detected. The e-liquid capacity of each pod is 2ml, a hefty amount for pod systems. And there is a push to fill system located on the top of the pod, ensuring no leakage can happen. Inside the Aurora Play is Vaporesso’s Omni mini chip–maintaining high-quality regulation, protection, and quick charging.
Then is the Vaporesso Nexus AIO Kit. Integrated with Vaporesso’s OMNI Board Mini, it’s enabled by a draw-activated mechanism with a suite of functions such as Auto Temperature Control and a suite of safety protections. Powered by a built-in 650mAh battery, there is a colorful LED light indicator to show instant battery life feedback and capable of fast-charging via the micro USB port located on the base. And the new 1.0ohm NX CCELL Coil with ceramic heating elements is utilized for a flavorful and consistent vape with longer-lasting capability.
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