In Depth Suorin Air V2 Review ↓
Suorin Air V2 Background
We’ve been hearing a lot of great things about the latest version of Suorin Air vaporizer. Suorin Air V2 Starter Kit ($19.99 from VaporDNA) is a new all-in-one device with a modern style. It comes with a 400mAh battery and 2ml cartridge. Like its predecessor, the Sourin Air V2 features on-off switch with indicator light and refilling design.
The Suorin Air V2 holds up to 2ml of e-Liquid, and an atomizer resistance of 1.2 ohms.
Suorin Air V2 Design
The first thing that comes to mind when trying to describe the Suorin Air V2 e-cig is a credit card. It’s actually a bit smaller than that and about three times as thick, but at just 8 mm thin, it’s the second slickest device I have ever used, after the JUUL.
It certainly doesn’t look like an e-cigarette, so if you’re looking for a very stealthy device, that’s a good thing. That said, putting the Suorin Air V2 in your mouth and blowing vapor is bound to get a few raised eyebrows. It doesn’t even have a proper mouthpiece, you just put on of the top corners in your mouth and draw, just like you would on the JUUL or any other automatic e-cigarette, for that matter.
On the top, the battery casing has a narrow opening where the removable cartridge snaps on. There is a large magnetic connection, as well as two small metal pins that connect to the cartridge, and three small air holes through which the air travels from that round slot at the bottom.
The cartridge has a square shape and is made of dark plastic that makes it harder to see the contents. It is made up of two compartments – a larger one that holds 2 ml of e-liquid, and a narrower one through which the vapor comes through to the mouthpiece in one of the corners of the cartridge. The atomization chamber is covered up by a paper sticker, but you can see part of the cotton wick sticking out into the tank.
On the bottom of the cartridge, we have a magnetic connection and a round fill port covered by a rubber plug.
Just pull that out with your fingernail and you can use a syringe or even a small dropper to fill the cartridge. Once you’re done, just put the plug back on and you’re good to go.
Putting the Suorin Air together is as easy as placing the cartridge into the slot on the battery casing. It doesn’t snap on as you’d probably expect it too, but in a week of constant use, I’ve never had the cartridge pop out of its slot.
Unlike other closed vaping systems, the Suorin Air cartridge is refillable, meaning you don’t have to through it away and replace it with a new one, once you’ve vaped it dry. Just unplug the fill port, add more juice and you can reuse it for as long as the coil and wicking last. Granted, you will have to replace it at some point, as no coil lasts forever, but it’s way better and cheaper than single-use disposable cartridges.
The Suorin Air V2 e-cig looks like a credit card and second slickest device I have ever used, after the JUUL.
Suorin Air V2 Performance and Vapor Quality
I’m impressed with this Suorin Air V2. However, there are some things about it that I need to address so it’s less confusing for those wanting to get one. First off, it’s amazing when used with nicotine salt e liquid, I’ve been using Mr. Salt-e fruit menthol in a 25mg nic strength and CRFT salt mango in a 45mg nic strength and both flavors are very clearly distinguished in this device. Here lies my problem that I haven’t found any answer to. The pods, when advertised online, aren’t actually for the v1, they are for the v2. The difference? The v2 pods are not, I repeat NOT designed for use with the v1. The airflow is severely restricted, to emulate more of an MTL style hit, and not as open as the v1 pods. I made the mistake of buying six pods for the v2 along with my v1 starter kit and not knowing the difference, tried to take a hit and ended up going blue in the face trying to extract any amount of vapor. While the v2 kit is better built, Foxconn really messed up not allowing for inter-compatibility with the v1 and due to confusing advertising, the customer suffers.
Remember: The Suorin Air V2 pods are not, I repeat NOT designed for use with the V1.
Suorin Air V2 Bottom Line
After the first use, we were shocked at the power of this mini. It’s incredibly light, charges fully in 30 minutes or less, smaller than a business card and can fit in your wallet easily, best part it can fill a room with vapor. It’s priced is really competitively as well.
Overall I’m blown away by this thing. It’s tiny, but you can fill a room with clouds. A pretty incredible little starter kit, especially for anyone who travels/commutes a lot. It’s like a JUUL, except more powerful and refillable with e-liquid.
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