Session V Box Review

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Session V Box Review

The Good: Flip-top lid is great for stealth and protection | Highly portable | Has pass-through charging

The Bad: Lid won’t close on longer cartridges

The Bottom Line: The flip-top lid of the V Box is one of the more useful features I’ve encountered so far in a 510 battery. It’s great for both discretion and protection. Aside from that feature, the V Box is a pretty ordinary battery that works well with all manner of cartridges. It’s a great choice if full concealment is what matters to you the most.

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Kit and Accessories

  • Session V Box 510 battery
  • One 0.5 mL magnetic contact ring
  • One 1.0 mL magnetic contact ring
  • USB charging cable

Compatibility: The Session V Box is compatible with pre-filled CBD and THC cartridges.

Design and Features

Session V Box Design
The flip-top lid of the V Box is its standout feature because it hides and protects the cartridge inside of it.

General Design: The V Box is a box-style conceal vaporizer, so you just insert your cartridge into the receptacle when you’re ready to vape. This one has a flip-top lid—kind of like a cigarette lighter—that conceals the cartridge even further. Well some cartridges anyway, since some of them can be too tall for the lid to close completely, which means that you can’t use one of the battery’s best features.

When you do use a cartridge that is small enough for the lid to close, you get to experience the benefits of this design. Unlike most other batteries, you can keep the cartridge attached to it even when it is in your pocket. Not to mention that the lid keeps the mouthpiece of the cartridge nice and clean while it is being transported. So if you want the lid to close fully, then make sure that the mouthpiece of your cartridge doesn’t stick out more than half an inch.

Portability: The V Box is small enough to fit into your pocket, but only if the lid is closed of course. If you’re using a cartridge that is large enough to prevent the lid from closing, then you won’t be able to pocket it since the lid will hang open.

That’s something you don’t have to worry about with regular conceal batteries, though you do have to worry about the mouthpiece getting dirty with them. Overall, the closed lid is good, but only if the cartridge is small enough.

Build Quality: The shell of the V Box is made from an aluminum alloy so it’s pretty durable and it feels good to hold.

How to Use

  1. Screw your cartridge onto the appropriate magnetic contact ring and then insert it into the cartridge receptacle.
  2. Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  3. Press the power button three times to switch between the different voltages.
  4. Inhale from the mouthpiece once heating is complete.

Voltage Settings: 3.4V | 3.6V | 3.8V | 4.0V

Performance and Vapor Quality

Session V Box Performance
The V Box does a good job with any cartridge you use with it, but it is not significantly better—or worse—than other 510 batteries.

Vapor Quality: This battery definitely hits hard no matter what kind of cartridge you use with it. That means you’ll be getting big hits on every draw, but fortunately, the flavor of the cartridge gets preserved as well. You get more of the flavor on the lower settings and bigger clouds with less flavor on the higher settings. So, no matter how you like your vaping experience, the V Box does a solid job of providing the one you want.

Battery Performance: The V Box uses a 400 mAh battery that can last for quite a while. But even when it dies, you don’t need to wait until it’s fully charged to use it since it has pass-through charging. That means you never have to stop vaping, though you should keep in mind that charging is slower if you use that feature.

Session V Box vs Yocan Uni vs KandyPens C-Box

The Uni and C-Box are both conceal batteries that are in the same price range as the V Box. The Uni is unique because it has an adjustable shutter that allows it to accommodate tanks of all sizes. The C-Box and the V-Box both use different adapters in order to fit different cartridge sizes. The V Box is the most discreet of the three and the only one that can completely enclose some cartridges.

Session V BoxYocan UniKandyPens C-Box
Compatible with510 cartridges510 cartridges510 cartridges
Battery Size400 mAh650 mAh390 mAh
Number of Voltage SettingsFourThreeFour
WarrantyTwo yearsFifteen daysLifetime
Price$31 from Session Vapor$40 from Yocan$45 from KandyPens

Bottom Line

Session V Box
8.2 Total Score
Bottom Line

The Session V Box is a solid 510 battery for all of your pre-filled cartridges. The main way that it differentiates itself from the competition is that it is stealthier than most thanks to the flip-top lid. That lid also protects the cartridge from dirt and danger, at least if it is small enough. Aside from that, the V Box doesn’t stand out too much, but it is still a pretty good battery.

Who is it for: Vapers who want the most covert and protective 510 battery available. 

Who is it NOT for: Anyone who regularly uses lengthy cartridges in their batteries. 

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Session V Box Coupon Codes (Authorized Dealers):

StorePriceCoupon
Session Vapor$30.99N/a

A huge proponent of the vaping lifestyle who would love it if everyone who smokes makes the switch to vaping instead. Loves CBD and would like to see it infused into everything. Aside from the world of vaping, he also loves reading, health & fitness, gadgets & technology, and culture, both the pop and regular kind.

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