Geekvape Aegis Hero VS Aegis Boost
Geekvape Aegis Hero VS Aegis Boost

Geekvape just released a brand new AEGIS HERO few days ago, and everybody is asking what makes it special compared to other Geekvape pod systems. In this post, we will have a detailed comparison between the brand new AEGIS HERO and the AEGIS BOOST.

Aegis Boost
Aegis Hero

Another big difference is the airflow system:

  • Aegis Boost – the airflow was controlled by a knob at the side of the cartridge, this is a same story like bottom airflow, leaking problem cannot be avoid;
  • Aegis Hero – completely top airflow to avoid leaking issue, while you may also lose some flavor, same story like a top airflow subohm tank.

Features of Aegis Boost:

Aegis Boost: “First AIO device by GeekVape”

The Aegis Boost has a good feeling on hand with its ergonomic shape and rubberized finish as the rest of the Aegis line,and it is a fully adjustable AIO rated for 40 watts, and uses a built-in battery rated at 1500 mAh. The pods hold a solid 3.7 mL of juice it is IP67 rated for dust and water-resistance. Thus the device is able to be use in a tough condition You won’t find a tougher pod system out of Aegis Boost . 

However Aegis Boost is slightly cumbersome. Most vapors normally choose pod system for daily commuting. The Geekvape Aegis Boost is pretty large for a pod style vape. It’s only a little smaller than the Aegis Mini.

Aegis Boost Pros and Cons:


  • Two coil options included
  • Adjustable airflow
  • IP67 rated
  • Good coil life
  • Large battery 1500mah


  • Dark tinted pod makes juice level hard to see
  • Fill plug is hard to grip
  • Cubersome size and weight over pods

Features of Aegis Hero:

Aegis Hero: ” a pretty compactible and lighweight Sub Ohm pod with durable processing”

The Aegis Hero is powered by a 1200mAh battery with a 45W max output, users can adjust the power of the device to correspond with their ideal vaping preference with a lightweight of 65g construction provides a durable, yet pocket-friendly design, 4ml Hero replacement pods features a practical top fill method which reduces the chance of leakage. The sleek adjustable airflow features gives users complete control over inhalation.

Aegis Hero Pros and Cons:


  • Lightweight: 65g without pod
  • Top airflow system
  • Max 45W output
  • Durable processing
  • Sub Ohm Pod Mod Kit
  • G Coil Boost Series Campatible


  • Smaller Battery capacity than Aegis Boost (Differ:300mah)
  • Small screen but every number displayed is clear


If you are looking for a device for using in a tough condition, you should go for Aegis boost, however if you are after a wide output range sub-ohm but also compact device you should go for the latest brand new GeekVape Aegis Hero. It’s going to be your best sub ohm device for daily commuting with it’s lightweight and compact dimension.

You won’t be regret for your choice among these two products. What you have is a versatile pod with good coils that just works and looks great. Really impressed overall with these devices and they really worth it.


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