Our first package from Apollo was a pretty big one, including hardware and ejuice. We’ve already taken a First Look at the NEO Endeavor Kit. Today we’re doing a First Look at the Apollo Ohm Go Kit.
Like the NEO Endeavor, the Ohm Go is targeted especially at beginner and intermediate vapers. It includes the Ohm Battery, a Portal Tank, two coils, one 0.5 ohm (installed) and one 1.0 ohm, a micro USB charging cable and manual.
The 1900 mAh Ohm Battery has a self-adjusting wattage range of 5 – 50 watts and will fire coils with a resistance as low as 0.3 ohm. To turn it on or off, press the fire button five times. The LED will flash green several times to indicate it’s powering up or down. When you press the fire button to vape the LED color will indicate battery level; green is a full charge, blue is partial charge and red indicates a low charge. When the battery level is too low to fire the coil the LED will flash red 20 times.
Charge the Apollo Ohm Battery via the micro USB port on the side of the device using the included charging cable. While charging the LED will glow red. When it’s fully charged the LED will go out.
The Portal Tank is a top-filler with a 3.0 ml capacity. It comes with a 0.5 ohm coil installed with a suggested wattage range of 20 – 30 watts. The spare 1.0 ohm coil is suggested for higher PG ejuices and has a wattage range of 10 – 20 watts. Apollo also offers a 0.3 ohm replacement coil for the Portal Tank. It has a suggested wattage range of 30 – 50 watts.
To replace the coil in the Portal Tank unscrew the base of the tank and then unscrew the coil from the base. Screw a new coil into the base, and prime it by placing a few drops of ejuice onto the cotton visible through the ejuice flow ports. Then reattach the base of the coil.
Unscrew the top cap to fill the tank. Place the tip of your dripper or ejuice bottle into one of the fill ports. Do not put ejuice into the center chimney. When using a new coil allow it soak in the ejuice the several minutes before vaping. Attach the Portal Tank to the Ohm battery and you’re ready to vape. The Portal Tank does have adjustable airflow at the base of the tank. Simply spin collar to reveal or cover more of the airflow port.
I primed the 0.5 ohm coil and filled the Portal Tank with Funky Monkey ejuice from the FAQ line from Apollo and let it soak for a few minutes. I set the airflow control at about half way open and gave it a first vape.
The Apollo Ohm Go Kit produced vibrant flavor and a decent amount of vapor. The draw was on the tight side with the airflow set at half way. I opened up the airflow all the way and the draw became much easier and vapor increased a little. The flavor was full.
I’ll be using the Apollo Ohm Go Kit extensively over the next few weeks and will then post a full, in-depth review. To be notified when that review is live, follow Seven Report on Twitter and Facebook.
Thanks to Apollo for providing the Ohm Go Kit for review. They offer it in white, black and stainless steel for $39.95. Find out more and order one here.