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Freemax GEMM 80W Kit Review: Starring the GEMM Tanks

29 października 2020, 04:53
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Freemax GEMM 80W Kit Review: Starring the GEMM Tanks

The Freemax GEMM kit includes an internal battery tube mod with three wattage settings and two disposable sub ohm tanks with tea fiber wicks. Freemax has delved into the realm of this style of mods in the past with the Freemax Twister kit, which was a great product with some shortcomings, mainly in the battery department; 2300 mAh won’t get you far on a sub ohm tank these days. As for the GEMM tanks, that’s Freemax’s first attempt at a disposable sub ohm tank.To get more news about 80W vape tanks, you can visit univapo official website.

This kit ups the ante with a 2900 mAh battery, but takes away some of the features that made the Twister special, such as true variable wattage and a great sub ohm tank that won’t go to the bin once its coil is dead. Is a simple tube mod paired with a disposable sub ohm tank worth your money? Keep reading to find out.
I received the black, blue and white GEMM kits each with two matching tanks, and an extra box containing two disposable tanks.

At 25 mm x 85 mm, the GEMM mod is shorter and slightly thicker than the Twister mod and I was happy to see that Freemax is using simpler designs this time—although they did release single-color editions for the Twister eventually. Most of the mod is single-colored, with stainless steel accents on the top, bottom, button and branding. The body is made out of metal and feels really well made and sturdy. Unfortunately, the paint on my black one chipped pretty easily after a short fall from the desk. All the devices are painted (no stainless steel version available) so there’s no way around it; you have to be careful not to drop it, or else it may chip. Other than that, there’s no button rattle or loose parts, and no other complaints in the build quality department.

The disposable tanks are surprisingly well-made in my opinion. They come with a smooth airflow adjustment ring, and a silicon gasket for filling. Everything other than the coil seems to be made out of plastic. The large coils give them some weight too. In fact, if I could replace the coil, I am pretty sure I could squeeze a couple of extra months out of them—they just don’t seem like they’d fall apart very easily. As far as disposables go, these are some really high-quality ones.
The LED light will let you know of the power setting every time you switch and will also function as battery indication while you vape (check the battery section for more details). The battery provides direct output, which means that performance will drop along with the battery levels, and I noticed that the top of the mod may get a bit warm when chain vaping on it. But it is a very rapid-firing mod, especially when used with the GEMM tanks. All of these were more or less what I expected, but there is a standing out issue with the GEMM mod and I feel I need to elaborate a bit on it.

This is not a variable voltage mod, which is what it seems like at first glance. Checking the manual, you will notice a table that lists the way the power levels change depending on the tank used.


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