Aesthetics Vaporesso Luxe II Mod Kit
Even the included NRG-S tank is a throwback, resembling a hybrid design from several other Vaporesso offerings. The original Luxe came with the SKRR tank and coil series, which enjoyed a short, but successful run as a flagship for the company. But they did something even smarter for this edition.
Very quietly, Vaporesso has provided its fans tremendous value by maintaining the outstanding NRG coil series. Not only have these coils continued to appear in kits year over year, but they’ve also been upgraded to include mesh coils and other modern features, without losing compatibility with older tanks.
This commitment to brand loyalty and value is rare in the vaping industry, and it should be commended. It’s far too easy for companies to introduce “proprietary” coil systems as a cash grab, but hats off to Vaporesso for sticking to its high-performing series for the better part of six years. Impressive, to say the least.
The tank itself looks like the SKRR, with an 8mL capacity bubble glass (and a straight glass option in the box) and very little adornment to speak of. The NRG brand has always been understated, and even in a bronze color, this tank prefers to stand out through performance, not flair and hype.
There isn’t much to say about the NRG’s GT coils, since we’ve been reviewing them since Vaporesso released the Revenger. Just know that they’re small in stature, yet tremendous in flavor, vapor production and longevity. If that doesn’t compel you to buy, you’re reading the wrong site.