VV Vapor Zeus Kit Review

The VV Vapor Zeus Kit is a new and compact liquid vaporizer that has hit the market, giving users the chance to discreetly ingest their medicine. The price point for the device is right on for those looking for a middle of the market vape, and the company has begun offering two models (an auto and a manual) for maximum customization.

VV Auto Vapor Zeus Kit Specs:

  • 1 Vapor Zeus Battery (Auto Variable Voltage)
  • 2 Smileomizers
  • 1 USB Charging Cable
  • 1 USB AC Adapter
  • Comes with 90-day warranty and 30-day money back guarantee
  • Product Manual (which can be downloaded for free here)

VV Manual Vapor Zeus Kit Specs:

  • 1 Vapor Zeus Battery (with manual voltage adjustment)
  • 2 Smileomizers
  • 1 USB Charging Cable
  • 1 USB AC Adapter
  • Comes with 90-day warranty and 30-day money back guarantee
  • Product Manual (which you can find here)

Pricing and Impressions

The price is right for these vaporizers, as you're going to be shelling out $59.99 for the manual version or $64.99 for the auto version. This puts the device in the mid-range price point for vapes, and the price is fair in my opinion. The device is available in five different colors, but I prefer the black version as it's the most discreet for when I'm using my CBD oil out in public.

The device itself is nice in construction and is very simple to charge and use. First-time users will have to screw the battery into the USB charger for a few hours, but once the device is ready to go, you simply load the atomizer with your liquid and start ripping away. I use my CBD throughout the day and found the device delivered consistent results, with no aftertaste or liquid spilling out when I used, despite having carried this around in my pocket for hours.

Battery Life

The battery on the VV Vapor Zeus Kits is identical on both devices, and it's quite impressive. I was able to get a few days of regular usage on one charge and was able to quickly charge the device while I pecked away at my keyboard through the USB adapter. While it would have been nice to have multiple batteries included with the kit, extra batteries can be purchased separately and interchanged easily.

Comparing the Auto and Manual Versions

As mentioned above, there are both auto and manual versions of the pen available. The manual has you adjusting voltage (temperature) settings yourself, while the manual takes care of it for you. For the $5 price difference, I'd recommend you stick with the auto version, as it's one less thing for you to have to worry about. Other than this setting, both pens are just about identical and you'll notice no difference when you use them.

The Verdict

Both versions of the VV Vapor Zeus Kits are worth your time and money. The variable voltage ensures that the pen vapes your CBD liquid in the most efficient manner, and you'll get a decent amount of charge from the batteries. While both devices do well, you'd be better served to get the auto version, as it's only $5 more but does the heavy lifting for you.

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