Update November 2018: Unfortunately V2 who sell the XEO VOID has now been disposed of with a $75 million deal with Juul. Learn more about V2 closing down and where customers can go.
If you’re new to the vaping scene, or just a smoker who’s been looking for a more effective way to get that comfortable, and beautiful, smooth mouth to lung (MTL) vaping hit, then the truth is that you may have found yourself struggling to find the perfect device or the best vape pen to fit your needs. In most instances, you have to turn to some of the most high-tech mod units to get that inhalation experience that you’re seeking. Chances are that you’ve been wondering why there hasn’t been an easier way to accommodate your vaping preferences – especially in a world in which everyone else’s unique needs seem to receive the attention they deserve. Well, in this XEO Void vaporizer reviews, we’ll find out whether that day has finally arrived.
XEO is a well-known German company that produces a variety of electronic cigarette products that are recognized as leaders in the European marketplace. Their design and quality are well-regarded across the continent, and in compliance with the EU’s most stringent regulations – including the necessary restrictions on leaks. That’s a huge advantage right off the bat, since you know that the manufacturer has gone to great lengths to ensure that the product won’t run afoul of the current regulatory framework. So, you can rest assured that you’re getting a vaporizer that offers unparalleled quality workmanship at the best possible price.
The device itself offers some really unique features for a unit in its price range and size category. It is cable of sub-ohm vaping, which is an important feature for many advanced vapers. At the same time, however, it is also capable of vaporizing e-liquids with either PG or VG bases. That offers a tremendous range of flexibility that’s sure to offers something to everyone. Many other products limit themselves in terms of the types of liquid that they can handles, so it’s always nice to see a company going for versatility in its design and function.
When we opened our kit, we found almost everything we needed to get started with the product. It came with a powerful 1500mAh battery and a large 2 ml tank – ensuring that we had more than enough power and liquid capacity for some sustained vaping sessions! There were also two different atomizer heads, including the 0.6 Ohm VOID Atomizer Head and the 1.0 Ohm VOID Atomizer Head – enabling us to switch easily between different vaping choices. There was also the standard USB charging cable to power up our battery, and a user manual to ensure that we knew exactly how everything was supposed to work.
As an aside, when you order your kit you can also purchase sets of atomizers in either variety – depending on your juice choice. The 0.6 Ohm VOID Atomizer Head has been specially optimized to work best with the VG juice, while the 1.0 Ohm VOID Atomizer Head is the better option for PG juices. In addition, you can find other accessories to add to your kit order, including a charging case, carry case (in different styles and colors), a phone case that holds both your e-cig and your phone, different charger options, and both aluminum and rubber drip tips. There are also several nifty apparel options that’ll have you looking sharp wherever you go.
There are also a variety of different flavors available if you want to buy some XEO e-juice while you’re at it. This is kind of a new thing for Americans since the XEO line was only offered to European customers for some time. There are different nicotine strengths, including 0.9% and 1.8%. Flavors include Minty Grape, Tobacco Honey, Tobacco Gold, Tobacco Red, Coffee Arabica, and many others!
Of course, we want to know how well the device does at its appointed task. It’s one thing to have great e-juice flavors, but the real proof in the pudding is found in the level of quality you get when you start using the product. For our purposes, we’re looking at a few different areas of concern as we evaluate the product. First, we want to know how well the device draws. Then we want to understand its flexibility and longevity. Finally, we want to know all about those clouds.
On the draw side of the equation, it’s hard to complain about the Void. Unlike many other e-cigs, there are no real issues with tight draws, since the airflow settings here are adjustable enough to accommodate most needs and different types of vaping. We were able to get sustained draws that were about as easy as pulling in smoke from an analog cigarette. There was no need for the type of concentrated suction you often need with cheaper e-cigs, and that helped us avoid those nasty throat hits that can sometimes occur when you’re inhaling too hard.
With respect to flexibility, we were quite pleased. We had an opportunity to utilize both head options and enjoyed a couple of our favorite e-juices – carefully choosing both PG and VG options. With a lot of products that we try, the difference in outcome between those two base liquids can be quite extreme. In most instances, we usually end up preferring either VG or PG, depending upon the device and its performance.
To be honest, we didn’t really notice any downside to either option here. When your juice is matched to your head, the experience is a positive one – and that’s a rarity in today’s realm of specialized and targeted product features. That’s a positive for anyone who has a variety of different liquids on his shelf and might be looking for one vaporizer that can handle them all. If that’s you, then this is your ideal e-cig product.
When you’re a novice – perhaps just arriving on the vaping scene after a lifetime spent smoking cigarettes, battery life and tank size seldom means anything to you. You usually start by buying those disposable lookalike products in the gas station and simply discard them when the battery dies or the juice runs out. Once you advance to more versatile vaping products, however, the need for a battery that lasts more than a few hours suddenly takes on greater importance. You want something that doesn’t need to be recharged every hour on the hour. And you don’t want to refill the juice tank every ten minutes.
This device’s battery will keep you vaping for those longer sessions most of us encounter at one point or another. Meanwhile, the 2 ml e-juice tank will hold plenty of your favorite liquid, to help keep you vaping even when you’re in the middle of some other activity. That’s a real benefit that cannot be overstated.
And then there are the clouds from the sub ohm atomizers! We found that there were decent-sized vapor clouds using all of the available options, so the device is more than satisfactory in that respect. However, our experimentation with the Void may be instructive to other users as well. We managed to get some champion-level clouds out of the device, just by using some careful matching of juices and coils. Try this if you want to experience the ridiculously large clouds we managed to coax out of this powerful device:
Remember, you always get bigger vapor production by matching coils with low resistance to e-juices with high concentrations of VG. What we noticed, however, was that this device gave us even bigger vapor production than we were expecting to receive. That’s a big win no matter how you slice it.
Forget the hype and set aside everything you think you know about box mods, MTL (Mouth to lung) vaping, and any other niceties of the lifestyle. When it comes to this particular vaporizer device, the only thing that really matters is how we felt while exploring its capabilities. And make no mistake: it has some serious capabilities. In this case, we felt like someone had actually listened to our deepest desires for vaping product that just focuses on delivering the type of quality vape experience that we’ve been craving. Usually, we all complain that we want this or that and then complain again when a manufacturer tries to give it to us. In this instance, XEO gets it just right. Buy this now. You’ll be glad you did.