The VMate Infinity Edition from Voopoo is their latest iteration on an already popular pod kit.
The Infinity Edition brings with it a slightly tweaked design. It features a 900mAh battery powered by the Gene.AI chipset for automatic power setting.
It’s an easy-to-use device with no buttons or fancy functions and is activated solely through auto-draw.
The real upgrade is with the new V2 pods, which feature improved performance, a dual-hole leak proof design, and an antibacterial mouthpiece.
The Voopoo VMate Infinity Edition is available in 5 colors: Fancy Purple, Golden Brown, Shiny Green, Gradient Blue, and Dark Grey.
The Bottom Line
Specs & Features
Voopoo VMate Infinity Specifications
- Material: Aluminium Alloy
- Output Power: 17W
- Output Voltage: 3.2-4.2V
- Resistance: 0.7-3Ω
- Battery Capacity: 900mAh
- Auto draw activation
- Auto output selection
- Compatible with VMate, V.Thru, and VMate V2 pods
- Antibacterial mouthpiece
- Dual-Hole Leakage-Proof
VMate V2 Pod Specifications
- Capacity: 3ml Standard or 2ml TPD
- Material: PCTG, Silver Ion
- Resistance: 0.7Ω
- Side fill port
- Fixed coil, refillable pod
Voopoo VMate Infinity Kit Contents
- Voopoo VMate Infinity Device
- 0.7Ω VMate V2 Pod
- Type C USB Cable
- User Manual
Design & Style
The VMate Infinity Edition has almost identical looks to the previous VMate and V-Thru pod system from Voopoo.
However, a few design tweaks make it an incremental upgrade over its predecessors.
The most significant upgrade comes with new pods, the VMate V2 pods – which we will cover in detail later on.
First, let’s talk about the design of the VMAte Infinity Edition. The device is incredibly pocket and palm friendly as it only measures 95mm x 25mm x 10mm (with the pod connected).
It has nice curved edges and is a joy to hold in your hand; and is barely noticeable when slipped into your pocket, as it only weighs 90g.
It’s a very clean-looking device with no buttons (as it works via auto-draw activation) and just a couple of small logos on each side.
Voopoo connects the colors with things like the blue waves of the sea. Or, in the case of the ‘Fancy Purple’ we have for review, it ‘represents the glow when the evening sun sinks through the sky.’ That’s all marketing spiel really.
What I can tell you is that the fine printed lines on the body look nice, and like it has some texture. But it’s a perfectly smooth body, and that’s fine. The gradient colors look good and are far more aesthetically pleasing than some boring plain pod kits.
The ‘Infinity’ aspect of the design comes from the LED light pattern on the side of the device. It’s an infinity symbol (∞) that lights up, which is a nice little design touch.
On the base of the device is the USB Type-C port for charging. IT sits within an indented groove to keep it clear from dirt when placed on a table.
The VMate Infinity comes with a 900mAh internal battery, which can be charged via USB Type-C. It has a charge rate of 1A.
The VMate has the Gene.AI chipset. It has automatic power output where it detects the resistance of the pod and sets the optimum power accordingly. The maximum power is 17W.
It is also backward compatible with all VMATE and V.THRU series cartridges.
The device has no fire or function buttons; it works solely through the auto-draw function.
The device’s status can be shown via the Infinity LED light on the side.
Battery Light Guide
- Green = 100 to 60%
- Blue = 80 to 20%
- Red = 20 to 0%
The lights correspond to the battery level when you vape the device; the same applies while charging. When fully charged, the Green light will stay lit.
The new pod or cartridge that comes with VMate Infinity Edition is the VMate V2 pod.
It is possibly the most significant upgrade on the device. It is also compatible with other VMate devices and the V Thru Pro Kit. The older pods are also fine to use in the Infinity Edition.
Only one pod is included in the kit; it has a 3ml juice capacity and comes with an internal 0.7Ω resistance coil. There are other resistances available, and I’ve tested a 1.2Ω pod from another device, and it works well.
The pod is incredibly easy to fill as it has a large fill port on the side. The rubber plug is easy to open and seal. It also has the resistance of the pod written on the plug.
The whole pod works as the mouthpiece for the device, and just like previous VMate pods, it’s incredibly comfortable to use. It has nice smooth contours, which makes it fit perfectly in your mouth.
The pod has a slight tint to it, but it’s not too dark, and it is incredibly easy to see your juice level.
So what’s new and upgraded with the V2 pods?
Well, firstly, Voopoo has adjusted the design, so they connect better to the device. It’s a push-fit but is easy to clip into place and pull out from the device. A grooved circular pattern in the center makes it easy to grip.
Voopoo says it’s a ‘skid-proof design,’ I’m not sure about that, but it certainly is easier to handle.
Secondly, the mouthpiece has a 99% antibacterial rate and is made with silver ions. Which can only be a good thing, right?
The pods also have a dual Multi-Layer leak proof design. Dual-hole air inlets help the air travel in both directions without juice leaking out.
I can attest to this working, as I did not once come across any leaking or excess condensation build-up using the device.
Finally, Voopoo claims the pods have a ‘Fresnel lens function,’ which reduces the probability of light deterioration of your juice by reflecting lights. I never knew this was a thing, and I’m no scientist, so I can’t tell you how important that is or isn’t.
I can tell you that Voopoo has obviously put a lot of time and effort into improving their pod systems, which can only be a good thing for the user.
These new pods do act and feel better to me. I also believe they perform a little better, as we will now cover.
The only downside with the pods is that only one is included in the kit.
I’ve always liked the performance of the VMate pods. They deliver a very consistent vape experience with really good flavor.
It’s no different here. In fact, I think the flavor has gone a notch up.
There is no adjustable airflow with the VMate Infinity Edition (as is often the case with these pods). However, the two small airflow holes on the side, and the pod, help deliver the right draw for this type of resistance (0.7) coil.
It’s a loose MTL draw, and it’s very smooth. The auto-draw trigger is also very responsive on the device; it feels almost instant as I inhale.
I think most vapers who use disposables or other pod systems will be very happy with the draw the VMate Infinity delivers. They will certainly be happy with the flavor from the pods as well.
I also found the pod has lasted me well and is still going strong after 10 days of use (with a fairly non-sweet e-juice).
The 900mAh battery is the same as previous VMate devices; as before, it will see you through a day of vaping. If you want to push it further, it will need a top-up, but 1A charging is fast enough.
One thing to note is that it doesn’t feature passthrough. So you can’t vape the device while it is charging.
- Great build quality
- Compact design
- Great feel in the hand
- Easy to use
- Good Draw Activation
- Smooth airflow
- Excellent flavor
- Leak resistant pods
- Good battery life
- USB-C charging (1A)
- Only one pod included
- No adjustable airflow (although the draw is perfect)
The VMate Infinity Edition is not a major upgrade on previous VMate devices.
That’s not a bad thing, as they are all excellent performing pod kits that are incredibly easy to use.
The new V2 pods deliver slightly improved performance, are easy to handle, and have a leak-resistant design.
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