Vaping the Geek Vape Aegis Max
Smooth. Powerful. Responsive. These are words we use a lot around here, but rarely is it as appropriate as it is with Geek Vape kits. The Aegis Max is a bona fide performer from the moment you insert a battery, with ridiculously fast ramp times, and no loss of power, even when pushing the mod to its 100-watt limit.
One problem we’ve been facing lately is occasional misfires when using older tanks and RDAs. Thankfully, that’s not the case here, thanks to the Aegis Max’s snug 510 connection that gently but firmly holds tanks in place, with zero wobble or play between the tank base and the device. Even “legacy” tanks like my original Dead Rabbit RTA sat flush, with no concerns — a VERY pleasant surprise.
We’ve used the Zeus sub-ohm tank several times before, so there’s no surprises here. But to refresh, it’s a winner.
The Zeus mesh coil heads blew me away with the amount of rich, nuanced flavor and room-filling vapor this tank produced right out of the gate. Within minutes of priming the 0.4 and 0.2-ohm mesh heads, I had two paired Aegis mods cranking simultaneous plumes of goodness, with both offering similar levels of performance.
The plug-and-play heads sit in the Zeus tank securely, never once leaking or offering any odd misfires during my testing. If there’s ANY complaints to be had, it’s that both heads only offered 4-5 days of moderate use before tapping out. This is a little short by current standards, but while they last, the Zeus sub-ohm heads are just fantastic.
In fact, there’s really only one other complaint to discuss with the Aegis Max kit — battery life. While the mod gave me four solid hours of moderate vaping on a fully charged 21700 cell, that’s hardly record-breaking longevity. And even more interesting is that the mod performed for slightly longer durations when using an 18650 cell.
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