The Geek Bar S6000 is a high-capacity disposable that follows on from the popular Geek Bars of the past.
It’s also the bigger brother to the S600 that we recently reviewed here.
The S6000 features a rechargeable 500mAh battery and can deliver 6000 puffs per device.
It comes pre-filled with 14ml of salt-based nicotine juice at 5% (50mg).
The S6000 has an ergonomic mouthpiece encased in an elegant crystal clear design, with the internal body color-coded to match the pre-filled flavor.
The S6000 is available in a choice of 10 flavors (see complete list below). We have five flavors for review.
Specs & Flavors
Geekbar S6000 Disposable Specifications
- Dimensions: 50.6 x 21 x 75.5mm
- Capacity: 14 mL
- Nicotine: 5% (50mg)
- Pod resistance: Not specified
- Battery capacity: 500mAh (rechargeable)
- Puffs: 6000
- Mentha Spicata
- Berry Custard
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Gummy Bear
- Watermelon Bubble Gum
- Strawberry Kiwi Pomegranate
- Cactus Lemonade
- Lemon Yogurt
- Mineral Water
Design & Style
The Geek Bar S6000 is precisely the same as the S600 in its design format.
It has an injection-molded plastic design with two layers. The colored layer underneath shows through the outer transparent layer. As mentioned about its smaller sibling, it has a funky building block vibe to it.
There’s some nice subtle branding going on with the S6000, with a small ‘GB’ logo on the back of the device and a ‘Geek Bar’ on the front. It’s all done in the same color as the disposable, and each color matches the flavor profile within the device.
The flavor is printed in a darker color text going vertical up the side of the disposable bar.
On the base of the S6000, there are three tiny pin holes. Two are for airflow, and the other is for the LED status light. These three holes surround the USB-C port for charging.
As I mentioned, the S600 has a unique and funky design. However, I don’t feel it works as well with the bigger device of the S6000. Even though it has rounded edges, it does feel a little more awkward in hand, especially compared to more rounded disposables that contour to the palm of your hand.
That being said, there’s nothing too wrong with the design. It’s unique, has excellent build quality, and the mouthpiece is incredibly comfortable to use.
Strawberry Kiwi Pomegranate
It’s a lovely fruity mix, with only a touch of cooling that’s barely noticeable. The Strawberry and Kiwi are a little more dominant. You notice another underlying fruit flavor, but it’s hard to distinguish its pomegranate. It’s pretty sweet but not overpowering. Overall a nice fruity mix.
A lovely ripe Watermelon on the intake that is authentic and juicy. Then the Bubblegum flavoring starts to come through and is very present on the exhale. It’s another reasonably sweet one, but in a good way, and it’s light on any cooling effect—one of my favorites in this range.
I was pleasantly surprised with this one. It’s a lovely rich and creamy Custard with sweet berry notes punching through. I thought it might become a bit too sickly for long vapes, but it doesn’t. This one has a hint of cooling, but it works well.
Probably the most refreshing of this range. It’s a lovely sharp and slightly bitter lemon juice flavor that’s sitting on top of a light but very moreish yogurt base. It’s a perfectly balanced flavor and another favorite of mine from this range.
Cactus is a complex flavor to describe, but it’s handled well here. Again, the sharp, refreshing Lemonade is the dominant flavor, and it’s lifted slightly by the blend with cactus. It’s another refreshing flavor that can easily be an all-day vape. Not overly sweet and only has a slight cooling effect.
Performance & Verdict
The Geek Bar S6000 delivers very solid performance across the board. I had no issues with splutters or misfires during my time with them.
The auto-draw trigger is also excellent and fires as soon as you start the inhale. The draw is a medium to loose MTL draw, but it was perfectly satisfying for tight MTL lovers like myself.
When we tested the smaller S600, there were a lot of ‘Geek Bull’ flavors that were quite heavy on the ‘Ice’ cooling effect. Thankfully the flavors we tried here were all very well balanced in that regard.
There were also some unique and excellent flavor profiles in this range. I especially loved the ‘Lemon Yogurt,’ ‘Cactus Lemonade,’ and ‘Watermelon Bubblegum.’ I could easily vape on all three of those all day long, which is a good ratio from the five flavors we tested.
The S6000 also does an excellent job at delivering the advertised 6000 puffs per bar. In addition, it doesn’t seem to lose flavor performance as the disposable depletes, and the 500mAh battery is enough to get you through most of the day before it retires charging.
Charging time is not too bad, as it’s only a small internal battery. I didn’t time them as I was rotating through each flavor, but it will be fully recharged in under an hour.
Overall I really enjoyed my time using the S6000 range. There are some excellent flavors, and they deliver excellent performance. I still prefer the form factor and design of the Geek Bar B5000, but that comes down to personal preference. Both have good performance and flavor options.