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  1. Introducing The Biggest Giveaway Ever – VLADDIN RE!

    Introducing The Biggest Giveaway Ever – VLADDIN RE!

    Introducing the biggest giveaway ever – VLADDIN RE!   Earlier this month, we have officially launched Vladdin RE, the best REFILLABLE pod system! To celebrate our excitement with our loyal fans, we have been preparing for a breathtaking event for you.   And finally…   Today, we are so thrilled to announce the 1000x Vladdin RE Giveaway! We are giving away a total of 1000 Vladdin RE full kits in 10 days. Starting from Aug 4 00:00 EST to Aug 12 23:59 EST, we will be picking 100 random winners every day and a grand total of 1000 winners by the end of the giveaway event! A Vladdin RE full kit will be sent to all of the winners at no cost!   You can enter to win this right now via our Instagram @vladdin_official. Before proceeding to our Instagram, please check the following rules. Please be reminded that all rules need to be fulfilled in order to enter the giveaway!  Rule #1. Follow @vladdin_official Rule #2. Like & Repost the post of the day during the giveaway event. During your repost, hashtag us with your location (i.g. #vladdinCA, #vladdinNY) Rule #3. Tag your favorite local vape shop & 3 vape friends in the comment area. Here is the link to enter:  https://www.instagram.com/vladdin_official/   Good luck everyone!
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  2. Best Refillable Pod Mod---Review by Happy Vaper

    Best Refillable Pod Mod---Review by Happy Vaper

    Best Refillable Pod Mod Review By -happy vaper   In the last article, “Best Pod System for THC/CBD E Juice,” we took a look at the Asmodus Flow and Vapedynamics Cora. The Flow was a prototype and had a few problems, as one would expect. The Cora was a nice first find but I took it on vacation and found myself wont of MOAR! So we continued our search for the Best Refillable Pod Mod to fill even the hungriest of appetites with Wax Liquidizer infused THC E Juice. The Vladdin RE Ultra Portable The Vladdin is a 112mm long and 19mm wide refillable pod system. It uses a 350Mah battery and magnetic connections to attach the pod. It is auto draw so no buttons to deal with. The pod mod charges via Universal micro USB and has a short circuit and low voltage protection. The kit comes with a battery, 1 x pod, and a nice USB cable. The battery charges quickly and I only had to charge twice for 1 pod. It is small but delivers powerful hits! The Vladdin RE is refilled via 2 port holes in the top of the pod which is closed off by inserting a rubber plug. I always fill using a blunt nose syringe as it is small enough and mess free. Plus, the lines of measurement on the syringe help to avoid overfilling the 1.5ml pod. The top cap-mouthpiece snaps over the plugged portholes ensuring no leaks. I have carried this system in a very hot car, pocket, backpack, first aid kit and purse (not mine;) and had zero leaking. They have a proprietary ceramic coil system that looks interesting and gives great flavor. I get absolutely no spitting. There is a 5-6 second inhalation cut off which serves to prevent you from overheating the coil and juice. Keeping the Best Refillable Pod Mod cool My suggestion for operation is to follow the maker's indirect directions. In other words; take the long 5-6 second puff and then puff again after the shut off rather than 2 seconds, 2 seconds, 2 seconds over and over. Taking smaller, consecutive, non-stop hits will overheat the coil and darken the juice when the juice-level gets low. It seems to be fine when it’s filled, however. I think it has to do with how dry the juice becomes by the end of the pod coupled with too much heat. Discovered that on 4th July when many people were puffing and sharing the Vladdin. Real world testing is a must. Let me say that even though the pod was roasted by several people and the juice darkened at the end of the pod...the taste stayed great! Moreover, once I refilled the pod it stopped darkening the mix. It really is the result of too much heat and too little juice in the pod. Therefore, I would suggest keeping more than ⅓ juice level if the idea of any darkening bothers you. But it is minimal and taste remains good, as it should for the Best Refillable Pod Mod.   The Limitless Arms Ply Rock Pulse The Pulse is a great budget minded refillable pod mod. Those attracted to shiny lights and slightly larger capacity pods also will find the Pulse a good time. It is also auto draw and the battery is 380Mah with 8 watts of output. Just like the Vladdin the battery charges quickly even though I had to recharge 3 times to finish the pod. The pods are slightly larger than the Vladdin at 2ml but I would caution against filling to the top in order to avoid spillage. The pods connect to the battery by simply snapping them in. The plastic catch system on the mouthpiece feels cheap but holds it tightly to the pods. Removing the mouthpiece from the pods is a little challenging because the cheaper plastic feels like it may break if one is not careful. In fact, I broke the plastic mouthpiece trying to remove one. Attach a pod to the battery the whole system feels robust. I have had it in the same conditions as the Vladdin and no leaking. The battery/chassi is outfitted with multicolored lights which can be changed by clicking the power button 3 times to enter the mode then clicking once to cycle through the colors. You can also turn the lights off for stealth. I personally like the lights. The higher battery output is for the addition of  lights, as the vapor output is less than with the Vladdin. As with the Vladdin, the pods are filled via two portholes in the top, which are covered by a rubber plug. The plug is also very delicate. When removing be sure to remove each plug individually rather than just one and then tug on the whole thing to get the other out. The Pulse has a 10-second auto shut off to help with overheating. Though I have never felt like it gets too hot. Be sure to give the atomizer time to vaporize the juice by inhaling slowly. Fast inhales will get juice in your mouth, as it doesn’t have time to vape. Still, it isn’t spitting out burning hot juice like some other pod systems I have tried. The cloud production and taste are pretty good, especially at the price point. At the time of writing, I see them for $17.95 at Element Vape.   Pros Vladdin RE: Sturdy build, no leaking, great taste, great taste (not a typo) PLENTY of clouds, No spitback or flooding, fast universal charging, 2 recharges to finish a pod, small and discreet. Limitless Pulse: Very low price, no leaking, quick universal charging, larger capacity pods (even if it doesn’t look like it), decent taste and cloud production, small and discreet (especially since fewer clouds). Cons Vladdin RE: Though very unlikely, the pods could detach from the battery since it is only a magnetic connection. However, the pod still wouldn’t leak. Limitless Pulse: Fragile Pods (Rubber gasket, Plastic catch and mouthpiece), much lower vapor output than the Vladdin especially given its larger battery capacity and twice the time for inhalation before auto cut off.   Final Thoughts They are both great pod systems. I included them both because either would do well. However, the Vladdin is definitely a superior product. The proprietary ceramic gives great taste and no spitback. The hits are big for what it is and the price is still right at $29.99. I have filled a pod 3 times so far and it is still going strong. The battery charges quickly is universal and you must only charge twice to finish a pod. Therefore I crown the Vladding RE Ultra Portable “Best Refillable Pod Mod”! Vladdin RE - Best Refillable Pod Mod You can use code HAVA20 for 20% off! More pods are incoming. I had a problem with one and am waiting on a replacement battery. So will update on those later. Next up we’ll take a look at batteries and mods. Which is best for you? As always, thanks for reading and check back soon for more!  
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  3. Vladdin Pod Mod | Review by Vaping Vibe

    Vladdin Pod Mod | Review by Vaping Vibe

    Vladdin Pod Mod | Review An impressive closed pod mod system by Vladdin Vapor. 9 min read By Marc P  - June 5, 2018   Vladdin Pod Mod Vladdin Vapor is a new company in the industry. Their Vladdin pod mod system sees them take on some of the big brands in the closed system pod mod market. It features a 350mAh internal battery, with 1.5ml capacity pods which utilize ceramic coils. Will it be able to outperform the likes of the Phix or the JUUL? Let’s take a closer look. The Good Subtle but stylish looks, good build quality, incredibly light, no leaking and really good flavor from ceramic coil pods. The Bad Not the greatest flavor range (all tobacco based), a couple of pods had too much movement when connected. The Bottom Line The closed system pod mod market is so competitive right now, but I think the Vladdin is one of the best available. It has a nice smooth draw, produces really good flavor all from a compact, stylish, lightweight device. It was a little let down by its limited pod flavor options, but now that you can purchase open pods and use your own liquid, it makes it an even better choice. Specs ·         Dimensions: 19x11x90.3mm ·         Output voltage: 3.5V ·         Battery capacity: 350mAh ·         Pod capacity: 1.5ml ·         Maximum output: 12W ·         Magnetic pod connection ·         4 available flavors: Northern Tobacco, VCT Tobacco, Ice Tobacco and Mint Tobacco In the Box ·         Vladdin battery ·         1.5ml 1.8% nicotine Northern Tobacco flavor pod ·         USB cable ·         User manual Design 8.9/10.0   The Vladdin tries to walk a slightly different path compared to the traditional pod mods that resemble USB flash drives. It not only has a flowing curvature to it which almost resembles a leaf shape when looked upon from above. It also has very distinguishable swooping curves where the pod meets the battery and on its perspex window. The Vladdin only comes in one rather bland and generic color of dark metallic grey, and if it wasn’t for the smooth flowing curves of the device, it would be a pretty boring looking.   Style As mentioned above the Vladdin has pretty safe styling to it, it’s not offensive and errs more on the side of clean and simple. Personally, I prefer sleek and modest looking devices, and I think it might slightly edge out the Phix or JUUL on that front. One advantage it does have those other two closed systems is the absence of a proprietary charger, it uses micro USB, and the port is neatly hidden on the underside of the battery.   Build Quality The Vladdin does feel a little fragile compared to other pod mods, due to its incredibly light Aluminum frame. That being said I have dropped it a couple of times, and only noticed one small chip on the coating of the device, so I think it will hold up pretty well. The magnetic connectors of the pods and battery are adequate. They are not super strong, but they do hold the pods in place. However, you will notice a little wiggle and play with the pods, which can get annoying and may sometimes interfere with the connection (more on this later). Portability The Vladdin is incredibly light, so much so that you barely notice it in your hand, let alone your pocket. It only weighs 20g with a pod connected. This paired with its modest dimensions of 19 x 11 x 90.3mm, makes it one of the most pocket-friendly devices on the market. Innovation The Vladdin uses ceramic coils combined with Nic Salt e-liquid inside the pods. Which is nothing new and certainly not innovative, but it is worth a mention. Features 8.0/10.0   As with most other pod mods, the Vladdin is a simple plug and play device. It’s draw activated, so there are no fire buttons, switches or adjustments needed. For the most part, it responds well you draw on it. However, I did notice if the pod moves about it your mouth, it will require a more substantial draw to activate. The Vladdin features a 350mAh internal battery, which seems to be the average for this type of device. It also has the usual features of short circuit, low voltage and overheat protection.   Charging Charging couldn’t be simpler with the Vladdin is it features a micro USB port on the base of the battery, which means you don’t have to carry an annoying proprietary charger with you. The battery is not the fastest at charging as it only charges at 0.4amps, but you could expect to charge the 350mAh battery in about an hour fully.   LED LIghts This is where the Vladdin lets itself down a little. The LED indicator is perfectly positioned on the front of the device and lights up white when you are activating/firing the device. However, there’s no use of the LED as an indicator to show remaining charge level. Instead, it just flashes when the device is dead. It would’ve been nice to have seen different colors as a gauge like on other systems. Update: Vladdin now also sell open pods for the Vladdin, so you can use your own liquid, making it a far more universal device. The Pods 8.4/10.0   The Vladdin pods use ceramic coils with a resistance range of 1.2 to 1.5ohm. Each pod has a 1.5ml capacity and come with either 50mg or 18mg (TPD) nicotine level. While this is a closed system and the pods are not suppose to be refillable, there is a way that you can prize the pod apart and refill it if you wish. But be warned you may only get a couple of refills at of each one, and it’s probably not advisable.   Wicking The wicking of the Vladdin pods is very good. I didn’t notice any dry hits or feel like it was struggling to keep up even when I was chain vaping it.   Leakage If you look at the base of each pod, you will notice that it has a small hole with a silicon membrane. It seems like this membrane moves when you draw on the device and allows the sucking to activate the switch. This could be why I experienced a couple of non-fires with a freely moving pod. However the main use of this membrane is to also stop any leaking of juice from the base of the pod, and it does this job excellently. This is one of the few pod systems I’ve used that really doesn’t leak, which is great. And I’d gladly trade off a couple of minor non-fires for a pod that doesn’t leak and therefore will not auto-fire like some others on the market. Longevity The 1.5ml capacity in conjunction with the ceramic coils utilized leads to the Vladdin pods having a pretty good lifespan. I’d go as far as to say it’s on par with the MLV Phix, which was lasting almost 3 times longer than a JUUL pod. So I don’t think you’ll be disappointed with the longevity of the pods, especially if manage to hack them and refill them.   Flavor Range So far so good for the Vladdin pod system. Unfortunately, it becomes a little underwhelming when it comes to the flavor range. They have partnered with Salt NIX to provide the eliquid, and while they are decent flavors, they are not extremely varied. Currently, there are only 4 flavor pods available for the Vladdin, which are: Ice, Northen, VCT, and Mint. Here’s a quick rundown of each:   Ice It has a slight cool sensation to it, but not a mint or menthol, however, tobacco is still the most prominent flavor.   Northern Quite an understated tobacco flavor with an almost nutty taste – a smooth and gentle tobacco.   VCT The best of the bunch, rich creamy vanilla as the main flavor, with a slight undertone of tobacco (the least tobacco of the lot).   Mint Slightly less strong on the tobacco compared to ice, but it’s still the main flavor with a nice kick of mint coming through. The underlying theme here is all of these flavors are tobacco based. Some are a lot more prominent than I would naturally want. However for someone coming from smoking, which is exactly who this device is aimed at, then they should enjoy these. I just hope they come out with a more expansive range. Performance 9.0/10.0   Despite the few minor hiccups I had with a couple of the pods moving a little too freely when connected and not always firing on the draw, the performance of the Vladdin system is very good. It’s unquestionably in the upper end of closed pod mod systems available right now. Airflow The airflow of Vladdin is really similar to that of the MLV Phix, which is slightly tighter and smoother than the JUUL. It is a perfect mouth to lung vape, and as always when using Nic Salt based liquids, the throat hit and nicotine delivery are perfectly balanced. I think most smokers and vapers that like a fairly tight draw will be happy with the Vladdin’s airflow.   Flavor The flavor produced by the Vladdin pods is actually excellent. It’s a nice clean flavor, which is probably down to the ceramic coils. The only thing is I just wished the flavors were a little more varied, and a little less tobacco based. However, if you are a tobacco fan, then you are are going to love the clean consistent flavor these pods produce.   Battery Life Having an internal 350mAh battery is ample for such a small and light pod mod, and the battery life is a little better than you’d expect. Again probably due to the high own ceramic coils. However, charging is not the fastest, but at least you can use any micro USB cable. Likes ·         Sleek design ·         Extremely light ·         Good build quality ·         Large liquid level window ·         Good lifespan of pods ·         Pods wick perfectly & hit consistently ·         Smooth MTL draw ·         No leaking ·         Decent battery life Dislikes ·         Some pods have a little movement while connected ·         Not the most diverse flavor range ·         A little pricey Verdict The Vladdin pod system has taken me a little by surprise; I wasn’t quite expecting it to rival the Phix or the JUUL. However, I think it’s performance is on par with the Phix and I actually prefer it’s lightweight and more compact and curvy form. There’s also the added bonus of being able to see more of your remaining liquid level, and it not requiring a proprietary charger. It’s just a shame that the current flavor range is all tobacco based, and the only one of them I really enjoyed was the VCT. Hopefully, through their collaboration with Salt NIX, they will release some more fruity flavors. Update: Vladdin now also sell open pods for the Vladdin, so you can use your own liquid, making it a far more universal device. BUY NOW REVIEW OVERVIEW Design 8.9 Features 8.0 The Pods 8.4 Performance 9.0 SUMMARY The closed system pod mod market is so competitive right now, but I think the Vladdin is one of the best available. It has a nice smooth draw, produces really good flavor all from a compact, stylish, lightweight device. It was a little let down by its limited pod flavor options, but now that you can purchase open pods and use your own liquid, it makes it an even better choice. 8.6 OVERALL SCORE  
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