Geekvape Mero AIO Review by Owen

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Introduction

The Mero is a very simple device, so this review will be the same.

What is it?

A tube style 2100mAh pod system that takes (at least some of) Geekvape’s B-series coils – these are the same coils as used in the Hero, Boost, Boost plus and Nano Tank, so availability should be good.

  • 1*The pod system
  • 1*coil
  • 1*coil removal tool
  • 1*a type-C USB cable

What’s it like?

Pod – a 3ml top-fill pod. Coil goes in the bottom and despite having a coil removal tool, I just used my fingers. It uses a regular 510 drip-tip, so swapping it out is possible.

Chipset – you have one button. This turns it on/off (five clicks) and adjusts the voltage (3.2V/3.5V/3.8V). The fire button is illuminated, different colors indicate battery level and voltage.

Airflow – twist the pod to adjust the airflow. It doesn’t become truly MTL tight, however it does go from restricted DTL to slightly more restricted DTL.

Coils – The kit only provided me with the 0.4ohm coil, which gives a nice restricted DTL hit, flavor is nice, longevity is good. It’s not the best vape I’ve had from a pod system, but it’s still quite good. I’m not actually sure which of the B-series coils are compatible, some sections of the website say all B-series coils, other sections say just the 0.4 and 0.6ohm.

Battery – 2100mAh is good and allows for a reasonable amount of vaping before a charge is required.

Price – from Healthcabin, it’s $18.99. I don’t usually care about price in reviews, but this puts it very much into the realm of first vape or backup vape.

Pros

  • Simple looks and operation.
  • Top-fill pod with a 510 drip-tip.
  • Good coil availability, flavor and longevity.
  • Low price.
  • Decent battery for the size.

Cons

  • It’s basic. No screen, no wattage, nothing.
  • Airflow adjustment is limited.
  • Only comes with one coil.
  • Confusion regarding exactly which B-series coils are compatible.

Conclusion

It’s not the last word in pod sophistication or performance, but I don’t think it’s trying to be.

Disclaimer

The Mero was supplied by Healthcabin for the purposes of this review – they currently have it available for $18.99

Geekvape Mero AIO Review

This review was written by Owen from Reddit & Vaping Underground, click to view original review.

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