Relatively new to vapour scene but already making an impact is Digiflavor. We’ve reviewed their lower wattage Ubox vape kit and were thrilled with it, making us even more intrigued to try the 200 watt Digiflavor Edge vape kit. Especially since it is compatible with wireless charging. This foray into more advanced vaping products means the company is ready to take on more, and we’re hoping that their attention to detail and quality transfers on to the Edge. Has it? Well, read on below and you’ll find out for yourself.
The first thing that stood out to us about Digiflavor Edge is just how tall it is. It’s a rather odd aesthetic considering most box mods are either focused on getting smaller, or are big and bulky. This one looks somewhat “thin” because of the horizontal/vertical ratio. That aside, Digiflavor took a rather standard approach to design. They did put in ergonomic ridges on either side of the vape mod, which definitely is not typical. We think they looked great, but more importantly they also felt great. Form follows function, right?
Along the top of one side, on the ridges itself, is the fire button. It’s a bit awkward but it works.On the front side is a nice and large 1.5 inch LED screen, with a settings button below that. Much further below that, after some empty space, is a USB port for charging. It looks like wasted space in the middle, but again that’s just because this is a tall device. The very bottom of the Edge has a button that release the back panel to access the batteries. We’ve heard that some have had issues with there being rattle for this door, but the version we received was fine if not perfect.
This kit comes with the Digiflavor Spectre tank, which looks quite sleek. It also comes in colours that match the box mod. Those would be: Black, Stainless Steel, Gun Metal, Blue and Green. All in all box the box mod and the tank feel high quality and clearly great materials were used. Digiflavor continues to take it up a notch, and we can’t help but be impressed thus far.
Taking the Edge out for a test drive gave us a taste for more. It comes packed with power to spare, and is consistent throughout its range. There was no noticeable lag when firing, and it leapt up to the right wattage without a hiccup at all. In fact, it went to the top of its range without any slowdown or overheating. Still, the pre-installed coil was rated up to 90 watts so we weren’t going to go up higher. The best results seemed to come in the 70-80 watt range, but some of that is personal taste.
This gave the Spectre tank more than enough to work with, as it leveraged the included 0.2ohm coils to create something truly fantastic. Loads of vapour, full and illustrious, and so incredibly tasty. We tried several different e-liquid flavours and each one just seemed to have an extra element that we hadn’t noticed before. The credit seems to go to this wonderful combination of box mod and tank from Digiflavor, and thus far had us hooked.
No holding back here, as Digiflavor packs this vape mod with just about any feature you’d like. While a great deal of vapers, the majority of perhaps, stick to the basic variable wattage setting, there is still room for a really good temperature control mode. Here, you get one, and it is pretty great. Whether nickel, titanium, or stainless steel, it was able to identify coils and reach a rather accurate number.
In addition, you get to control your power curves with VPC (Variable Power Curves) mode if you want to play and find the ideal one. You can also make use of the TCR advanced mode to get rather intricate with your set up. Lastly, you can simply set it to bypass mode and embrace all of that power. Just make sure you know what you’re doing if you set it to unbridled power like that.
- 5 to 200W Power Output
- VW/TC(Ni/Ti/SS)/TCR/VPC/Bypass Output Modes
- Resistance Range: 0.05-3 ohm
- Temperature Range: 100-315C/200-600F
- Uses Two 18650 Batteries
- 1.57” LCD Colour Screen
- Spring Loaded 510 Threading
- Optional Wireless Charging
- Size Specs: Depth 67mm/ Width 29mm/ Height 90mm
Ease of Use:
That nice big 1.5 inch screen does make for a nice experience when getting into your settings. It’s very clear, and it intuitive UI of the menu adds to the overall ease. You can get the settings you need in only a few steps and it becomes a rather seamless part of your vaping session.
The same goes for the tank, which is as straightforward as they come. To fill it, simply screw off the drip tip and expose the opening. Screw it back on and you’re ready to go. Changing coils is also easy, and just takes that extra step of unscrewing the bottom base to reveal the coil. The 510 threading is smooth on the Edge and it creates a nice tight fit for the Spectre tank.
Charging with the optional (sold separately) wireless charger added to the overall ease of use. The box mod sits atop a dock that can also be used for mobile phones. Unfortunately, it took a long time and didn’t seem to hold as good of a charge. We always like using an external charger anyway, but here even plugging it in via USB gave us longer battery life.
The best price we found was £69.99, and for a kit like this it is really good value. Not only are you a high powered box mod, but also a tank and a couple of coils that perform remarkably.
The Digiflavor Edge 200W box mod kit blew us away pretty good. For a still young brand to put out a product like this, just gets us excited for the future. The Edge itself, in combination with the Spectre tank, give you a rather amazing return on your money. It looks great, and produces incredible vapour along with equally great flavour.
If we had to pick something to complain about is the miss with regard to wireless charging. Sure, it does work and the dock is pretty cool, but you’ll always find yourself deferring to regular charging. The performance just isn’t there yet. That aside, you really can’t go wrong with the Edge vape mod kit. You get incredible value for the price, and room to grow as a vaper with all of those options. We highly recommend you pick one up, as it makes an awesome primary vaping device.