Augvape AIO Kit
Augvape has launched their first all-in-one device, aptly named the Augvape AIO Kit.
It has a 1500mAh internal battery and comes with a 2ml capacity integrated tank, which has a top filling threaded top cap with dual adjustable 10mm by 2mm airflow slots.
It comes with two 0.5-ohm mesh coils to deliver a flavorful cloudy vape.
The Augvape AIO is available in Black, White, and Red.
Good build quality, leak-proof tank, good battery capacity, excellent flavor from mesh coils.
No vape while charging, and not great at MTL.
The Bottom Line
If you are looking for an all-in-one sub ohm device that can deliver an excellent, flavorful vape, in a compact package – then the Augvape AIO is an excellent choice. The 0.5-ohm coils performed far better than expected, and the battery capacity is very good. If you are looking for something a little more versatile or for mainly MTL, it’s probably best to look elsewhere.
- Width: 24.5mm
- Height: 117.5mm
- Battery: 1500 mAh
- Micro-USB Charging
- Built-In 2.0ml Tank Capacity
- 10mm by 2mm Dual Airflow Adjustment
- 0.5-ohm Replacement Coils
- Top Fill Capability
- Threaded Top Cap
- Single Button Operation
- 5 Second Continuous Firing Time
- Five Clicks On/Off
- Low Battery Voltage Protection/Short Circuit Protection/Over Current Protection
In the Box
- One Augvape AIO Device
- Two 0.5 ohm Coils
- Micro USB Charging Cable
- Instruction Booklet
The Augvape AIO is a traditional all-in-one device in its design and layout. It’s shaped like a vape pen with the tank section integrated into the device.
It has the same cup-like tank section that we’ve seen in Joyetech’s AIO’s and the Cubis tanks, where the coil drops down into the tank. This means the tank is completely sealed to prevent leaking, which is a huge advantage.
The Augvape AIO has a stainless steel top cap, which doubles as an airflow control ring. Which means like many other AIO devices it’s a top airflow system. The airflow control ring is easy to move, sometimes too easy, but it does have a stopping point which enables you to keep turning to unscrew the cap from the tank.
The coil attaches to the bottom of the top cap and then drops into the 2ml capacity tank. One major flaw with this style design is whenever you remove the top cap to fill the tank; you take the coil out as well which is covered in juice and can get a little messy. However, it’s not a terrible trade-off for a leakproof tank.
The rest of the device is very simplistic with a diamond-shaped fire button positioned on one side underneath the tank window. Then on the other side, we have a micro-USB port for charging, and beneath that one of the smallest LED lights, you’d ever wish to see. In my opinion, the LED indicator is not only too small, but it’s also in the wrong position. Most of the time you are covering the light unless you fire the device with your thumb.
I think it would’ve made more sense to put the LED on the other side, on the fire button, or even inside the tank like with the Joyetech AIO.
One thing I really like about the Augvape AIO is its curved body, it’s slightly larger at the bottom and tapers up somewhat toward the tank section at the top. This gives it the space to house an impressive 1,500mAh internal battery in the bottom part.
It also must be said that that large battery and the fact the Augvape AIO is made of Zinc alloy gives it a nice solid, weighty feel, but it’s certainly not too heavy. In fact, I think it feels exceptional in the hand.
The Augvape AIO is available in three colors – Black, White, and Red.
The materials used by Augvape and the finish of the device are absolutely excellent.
It really does feel like a quality vape pen. The threads on the top cap are also nice and smooth.
My only slight gripe is that the AFC is far too loose, I do find it moving when I place the device in my pocket and always have to reset it before I start vaping again.
As I mentioned above the Augvape AIO is made of zinc alloy, so is a little heavier than other AIO, weighing 112g but it is still incredibly pocket-friendly.
It measures in at 117.5mm tall and is 24.5mm in diameter at the widest point.
The Augvape AIO is quite a simple vape pen; it has no adjustment or power settings with the device.
However, it is capable of powering up to 30W and comes with two 0.5-ohm mesh coils. This is not a traditional MTL vape pen; it’s more of a sub-ohm style vape pen.
It also features a 1500mAh internal battery and has the usual safety protection, low battery voltage detection, short circuit protection, and over current output protection. It is charged via the micro-USB.
Sadly, and somewhat frustratingly there’s no passthrough (vape while charging) functionality, and it does take quite a long time to charge. There’s definitely no 2amp charging here.
At this point, you’d be forgiven thinking what’s the point in the Augvape AIO? It’s just like all the other AIO devices.
Well, on paper it is. However, when it comes to performance Augvape seems to have got it just right.
That’s mainly down to the 0.5-Ohm mesh coils, which really deliver a rich, saturated and flavorful vape. It’s not going to be the cloudiest of sub-ohm vapes, but it’s still plentiful, and the airflow is also incredibly smooth.
It also fires insanely fast for a vape pen, and don’t forget that’s all backed up by a 1500mAh battery, which was typically lasting me a full day.
It’s also worth mentioning that I was able to get about two weeks out of the first mesh coil before the flavor really started dropping off – which is pretty impressive.
However, that was with a 60/40 VG/PG juice that wasn’t overly sweet, and I do think these coils will perform better with less viscous juices, I wouldn’t push them over 70/30.
The Augvape AIO does give you the ability to shut the airflow right down, but that only makes it a very restricted DTL. I would’ve loved to have seen it come with the option of slightly higher ohm coils and better MTL airflow to create an even more universal kit.
- Great build quality
- Comfortable i the hand
- Excellent flavor
- Good mesh coils
- Fast firing
- Smooth top airflow
- 1500mAh battery
- No vape while charging
- Not great at MTL
- Limited coil options
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from testing lot’s of Augvape devices over the years; it’s that they try to keep it simple and focus on performance.
The Augvape AIO is not an MTL vape pen, and it’s not a fancy feature-rich device – it is a pocket-friendly sub-ohm device that delivers an excellent vape.
I was really impressed with the 0.5-ohm coils, I was expecting them to be on par with the Joyetech AIO ones, but they were far better.
While the Augvape AIO does have some shortcomings, and may not appeal to every vaper out there. It is a very good device, with excellent build quality and one I’ve found myself reaching for time and again.