Suorin Air V2 Review

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Suorin Air V2 Review

The Good: Compact and convenient | Very powerful despite its size | Works great with all manner of e-liquids and nicotine salts | Battery lasts long and charges quickly

The Bad: Cartridges need replacing often | Draw resistance of cartridges is inconsistent

The Bottom Line: The Suorin Air V2 is one of the better open pod e-cigs that I’ve tried because of its superior convenience and surprising power. All the nic salts I used with it tasted great and I never had to worry about the battery. I would have liked if the cartridges didn’t need replacing after every five refills, and that they were more consistent. But even so, I have no problems recommending this e-cig.

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Kit and Accessories

  • Suorin Air V2
  • Suorin cartridge
  • USB charging cable

Compatibility: The Suorin Air V2 is compatible with e-liquids and nicotine salts.

Design and Features

Suorin Air V2 Design
The Air V2 is smaller than a credit card, and has an aluminum battery. The pods are plastic and it’s possible to forget which corner you should inhale from.

The Suorin Air V2 is an open pod system e-cig that’s about the size of a credit card and can comfortably fit in your wallet. It’s actually slightly smaller than a credit card, but at about a quarter inch in width, it’s thicker than a credit card, but that doesn’t affect its portability in the slightest. The Air is a pretty nice looking device that consists of two parts, the cartridge that includes the e-liquid tank and the mouthpiece, and the battery itself. Inhaling from the corner of the pod feels weird at first but you get used to it. You might sometimes forget which side to inhale from though.

The battery case is made of aluminum and comes in a variety of different colors. The pod is made of plastic. They are firmly attached to each other via magnets and the connection feels pretty secure since the pod doesn’t move around at all when it’s attached to the battery. Filling the pod is pretty easy too, you need a syringe, as you do with most of these open pod systems, but at least the opening is a little bigger than normal. Each pod holds 2 mL of liquid.

One unusual feature of the Air is that it has an on and off switch despite being a draw activated device. Most draw activated e-cigs don’t have a power switch, this isn’t too inconvenient but if you’re used to those kinds of e-cigs, then you might forget to turn on the Air the first few times you use it. The Air has a light on the bottom that turns blue when you inhale and turns red when the battery is low. That is the only external indicator you get, fortunately, it’s the only one you need.

How to Use

  1. Remove the lid from the cartridge opening.
  2. Use a syringe to inject your e-liquid into the pod and then replace the lid.
  3. Attach the lid to the battery and flip the power switch to the on position.
  4. Inhale from the mouthpiece.

Note: The first time you use a cartridge, you need to wait about five to eight minutes until the cotton wick is soaked before you start vaping. Also, the cartridge should be switched out for a new one after every five refills. However, cartridges are quite inexpensive, costing just $5 each.

Performance and Vapor Quality

The Air works best with nicotine salts and will always extract heir full flavor. However, the draw resistance of each pod is inconsistent.

Vaporizer Performance: The Air is optimized for use with nicotine salts and it really brings out the flavor of whatever type of nic salt you use with it. It works great with regular e-liquids as well regardless of the PG/VG ratio. The draw resistance seems to come down to luck of the draw where the cartridges are concerned.

Some are free-flowing and others seem to be more restricted. Naturally, the airier cartridges are better, but even the more restricted ones aren’t too bad. The main problem is the lack of consistency because you want to have the same vaping experience with each new cartridge. Still, no matter what kind of cartridge you end up with, you will be exhaling some big vapor clouds from this small device.

Battery Performance: The battery can last all day and charges in only thirty minutes, so you will never be without the Air for too long.

Suorin Air V2 vs KandyPens Feather vs VapeDynamics Nox

The Feather and the Nox are both open pod e-cigs but the latter can use oil extracts as well as e-liquids and is also shaped more like a traditional e-cig. The Nox also has a cool carrying case that doubles as a charger, plus it can hold two extra pods. The Feather is an e-cig that is also optimized for nic salts and sports a similarly unorthodox shape for an e-cig. The Air is the cheapest of the three despite being similar in quality to the other two.

Suorin Air 2KandyPens FeatherVapeDynamics Nox
Compatible withE-liquids, nicotine saltsE-liquids, oil extractsE-liquids, nicotine salts, oil extracts
Pod SystemOpenOpenOpen
Battery Capacity400 mAh380 mAh350 mAh
Price$20 from Vapor DNA$30 from KandyPens$50 from VapeDynamics

Bottom Line

Suorin Air V2
9 Total Score
Suorin Air V2 Review Bottom Line

The Suorin Air V2 is possibly the most convenient open pod system e-cig ever made. It is small enough to fit in a wallet, yet it is powerful enough to produce huge clouds. It also brings out the full flavor of whatever kind of nicotine salt you use with it. The only downside is that the draw resistance of the cartridges is inconsistent. Aside from that, this is a great e-cigarette, especially if you like nicotine salts.

Who is it for: Anyone who wants a powerful, highly portable, open pod e-cig that won’t draw too much attention. 

Who is it NOT for: Anyone who prefers to vape from a more traditionally shaped e-cigarette. 


Suorin Air V2 Coupon Codes (Authorized Dealers):

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  1. can you post the difference between v1 and v2 suorin starter kit? because i too, am confused with the kit i have..i don’t know if it’s v1 or v2. thanks!

  2. I’ve had this Suorin Air Vape for 3 weeks… it was GREAT at first, but now I’m getting nauseated, the cartridges? As soon as I replace them I’m getting juice in my mouth within a day! At $5.99 per cartridge, I can’t afford to replace the cartridge every day! (I placed 1 ply of tissue over the vape & the liquid that remained [showed] blew my mind!)
    Any suggestions?

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