Phiness Vega Kit is manufactured by Vandy Vape’s new subsidiary Phiness.
You can tell it has all the hallmarks of a Vandy Vape design. It looks like a well-made device, that’s heavy on the design flair and simple in its functionality.
The Phiness Vega is a draw activated pod system, so its body is clutter free and void of any buttons. It has a panel on either side, made from resin, leather or carbon fiber in multiple colors.
The Vega is powered by built-in 250mAh battery and can fire up to 15W. However, it might not require all of that power as the replaceable pods come with a 1.5-ohm VEGA coil inside.
The Vega pods have a similar form to most popular pen-style pods but actually feature a top fill method. The black mouthpiece can be removed from the pod to reveal two small fill holes.
There doesn’t seem to be any adjustable airflow, but the pods are said to have a tight MTL draw as you’d expect from such a device.
The device has a USB charge port on the base and can be fully charged in 1 hour with a charging current of 0.35A. There’s a small LED indicator light to show battery status and charge, which is low down on the side of the device.
The Vega is also extremely pocketable only measuring in at 12 mm x 28 mm x 66 mm, and it weighs only 25g. Which is why they have also included a small lanyard loop on the device so it can hang from your neck.
The Vandy Vape Phiness Vega Kit comes in a plethora of resin or patterned materials colors, 12 in total – Leather Black, Diamond Black, Carbon Fiber Black, Python Green, Gem Blue, Peacock Green, Zircon Green, Volcano Orange, Pine Cone Green, Coral Red, Crystal Purple, Rock Grey.
I’m not entirely sure why Vandy Vape has decided to design their first pod system under a subsidiary name, but I like the fact they have kept it simple.
They have also kept it stylish with plenty of design choices, and it looks like they might have a design to suit everyone.
The 250mAh battery is a little small, and so is the 1ml of juice capacity for the pods. However, considering the coils are 1.5ohm resistance, it should still last a decent amount.
The one big question as always is going to be how the pods perform, not just in the consistency of vape experience, but also in their quality control, as this is where many manufacturers seem to go wrong with pods. However, Vandy Vape has an excellent track record for atomizers, so I’m sure some of their finesse will rub off on the Phiness.