It’s another new product from the new company Arymi, the ARMOR Kit, which includes the ARMOR Tank and ARMOR Box mod. The ARMOR Tank is 3.0 ml top filler that comes with 0.3 ohm Stainless Steel CHC (clean hands coil). The coil and drip tip are a single piece unit. The tank also features a new airflow design that Arymi refers to as a “W” air flow.
To fill the tank or change the coil twist the drip tip and lift the assembly out of the tank. Simply drip some ejuice into the tank, but don’t go above the “MAX” line on the inside of the tank. When using a new coil be sure to prime it by putting a drop or two of ejuice on the cotton that’s visible through the ejuice flow ports. Then slide the coil/drip tip assembly back into the tank and screw it on tight.
The ARMOR mod has an internal 2600 mAh battery. The LED display has five lights that will illuminate when you press the fire button. When the battery needs charging the LED will flash 15 times. When charging the unit with the included cable the LED will show all five lights when it’s fully charged.
I primed the coil and filled the ARMOR Tank with Scoobie Snax ejuice from Vapes Gone Wild and attached the tank to the ARMOR Box. After letting the coil soak for about 10 minutes and gave it a first vape. There’s nothing to set on the ARMOR, that “W” airflow design has no adjustment and there are no settings on the mod.
The Arymi ARMOR Kit produced a good amount of vapor, and the flavor of the ejuice really popped. The mod fits comfortably in my hand and the draw is relaxed and a little airy. My first impression of the ARMOR is very favorable.
I’ll be using the Arymi ARMOR Kit pretty extensively over the next week or so and then will post a full, in-depth review. If you follow Seven Report on Twitter or Facebook you’ll find out that way when that review is live.
The Arymi website lists some information on the ARMOR Kit, but no suggested price. You can find out more about it here.
Thanks to Arymi for providing the ARMOR Kit for a Seven Report review.