Eleaf istick amnis kit VS Eleaf iStick Pico S Kit

Smokers who have experienced smoking cessation should understand that in addition to the body’s dependence on cigarettes, there is another habitual dependence that is difficult to quit, sometimes even exceeding the dependence on smoking itself. Today we will introduce you two low-powered vape kit which can help you quitting smoking. OK, let’s go!

The first one is Eleaf istick amnis kit. It just like a pod system kit with coil system or a vape pen kit. The latest starter kit from Eleaf sure isn’t large on stature, but it makes up on it with performance. The included GS tank features the all-new GS Air Mesh 0.35ohm coil, GS Air 0.75ohm head for added flavor, a locking, slide to fill cap, and a solid 2ml of liquid capacity. The Amnis battery is 900mah and features a rubber paint finish giving you a softer and smoother feel. Just like many devices like this on the market, this one is operated via a fire button. 5 clicks on, 5 clicks off, press the fire and inhale. It is very simple.

iStick Amnis Vape Kit

About the Eleaf istick amnis kit’s performance. In my opinion, the flavor that the mesh coils produce is top level. I ran mine with the air flow turned down just a hair (nice to have airflow adjustment) and found that it was very satisfying. The coils also last a long time.

The second one is Eleaf iStick Pico S Kit. The mod itself is basically a two-piece design. Rather than using the usual Pico top-loading battery chamber, the entire battery chamber comes off to load the cell, then screws snugly back into place in the slot. The rest of the 100-watt Pico S is equally sharp, with smooth machining and error-free ergonomics. 25-26mm atomizers fit comfortably on the 510 connection, but be wary of where the airflow slots line up since the battery sleeve could potentially block smooth airflow.

iStick Pico S Vape Kit

About the Eleaf iStick Pico S’s performance. The 0.2ohm Kanthal mesh coil head is recommended between 65-75W, I started off a 65W and not much happening really, up to 70W and am getting lots of vapor but even with the airflow almost closed still little flavor. I founded that up to 75 and 80W and this is getting warmer. The clouds are excellent. As for the 0.15 ohm Kanthal “Multi-hole” coil head, which is recommended between 70-80W, that super wide airflow does give great clouds but I just find this a dry sort of vape which feels cool and lacks flavor sadly.

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