What is it?
The Pulse AIO Kit is the latest in the “Pulse” range from Vandy Vape & Tony B.
The ‘Pulse’ collaboration has spawned numerous successful devices like the Pulse BF Kit, Pulse 80W, Pulse 2, Pulse X, and Pulse Dual.
However, they have all been Squonk mods, and this is their first joint venture in the AIO category.
For those that are not aware, the term ‘Boro’ refers to the tank that goes inside the device. It started with the infamous Billet Boxes that used a slide-off tank panel constructed of Borosilicate glass – and that’s where the name came from.
The significant advantage of these style tanks is the plethora of rebuildable deck options and stock coil adapters, which makes for an incredibly versatile vape experience.
The Vandy Vape Pulse AIO Kit has one-up on most of these devices as it can utilize either a 21700, 20700, or 18650 (with included adapter) battery.
The upgraded Vandy Vape chipset has a power range of 5-80W with variable wattage, variable voltage, temp control, and bypass modes.
There’s a USB Type-C port for charging at a rate of 1A.
Vandy Vape has kept the adjustment buttons concealed behind one of the side panels along with a small LED screen to see your important data.
The fire button is positioned on the side of the device, very similar to that of a billet box.
Vandy Vape and Tony B have also managed to keep it on-trend with these styles of devices by offering a lot of customization. There will be options for new side plates and fire buttons at the time of release, and third-party accessories will likely follow.
The Pulse AIO Kit comes with 2 tanks:
DIY RBA – a single coil build deck with halfpipe honeycomb airflow outlets beneath the coil and an adjustable airflow from the base.
AIO Pod utilizes Vandy Vape’s VVC coils, and 2 are included in the kit (resistance not currently specified).
The Vandy Vape Pulse AIO Kit will be available in 6 colors on release including Black, Frosted Black, Frosted White, Frosted Blue, Frosted Green, and Frosted Red.
Specs & Features
Vandy Vape Pulse AIO Specs
- Size: 97.5×55.6x28mm
- Output: 5-80W
- Battery: 1×18650 / 21700 / 20700 (not included)
- User modes: VW, VV, TC, Bypass
- Display: Screen – size and type not specified
- Temperature Control Range: Not specified
- Resistance Limits: 0.05-3ohm
- E-liquid capacity: DIY RBA Pod = 3.7ml, Pre-built Coil Pod = 5ml
- USB Type C Charging – 1A charge rate
- Includes DIY RBA pod and VVC Coil compatible pod
- Compatible with Boro tanks
- Customizable button and plates
- Top fill port
- Adjustable positive 510 connection
- Vandy Chip Chipset
Vandy Vape Pulse AIO Kit Contents
- Vandy Vape Pulse AIO device
- DIY Pod
- Pulse AIO Pod
- VVC Coil head x2
- 2x 24ga Ni80 coil – 0.4ohm
- Accessory bag
- Coil lead cutting guide
- 18650 battery adaptor
- USB Type C Cable
- User manual
Who is it for?
Vapers who want a stylish, versatile single battery AIO device that utilizes a boro-style tank and can accommodate a 21700 battery.
The Vandy Vape Pulse AIO Kit is a very interesting device.
There are going to be those that say it looks exactly like a cheap ‘Billet Box,’ which is precisely the point!
A mass-manufactured, lightweight, versatile, and incredibly affordable AIO device that’s exactly like a Billet Box cannot be scoffed at – and will sell like hotcakes.
If you also add in the fact it’s about the same size as a Billet Box but can use 21700 batteries – I think Vandy Vape & Tony B are onto a winner.
It doesn’t look quite as refined as the new dotAIO V2, but I’m sure as usual, Vandy Vape will do an excellent job of production. It will also offer a lot more rebuildable boro options over the dotMod device as it will be compatible with all billet box RBAs.
I’m intrigued to see how well the included RBA tank will perform for both DTL and MTL vaping.
We’ll keep you posted as soon as we get our hands on one.
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