First Look: Hangsen Axiom Kit
It’s the newest product from Hangsen, the Axiom Kit. Hangsen has been around since 2009 and are perhaps best known for their eliquids, they’ve shipped well over 100 million bottles since they went into business.
The Axiom Kit comes with the Axiom box mod and the BACH sub-ohm tank. The package also includes two 0.4 ohm coils, a replacement glass tube, replacement O-rings, spare drip tip, micro USB charging cable and separate manuals for the tank and mod.
The BACH tank has a 4 ml capacity. It’s top filler with a sliding top cap that reveals the ejuice fill port. Airflow control is adjustable by twisting the ring at the bottom of the tank. To change coils unscrew the base of the tank from the glass and top cap. Twist the old coil out of the base and screw in a new one. Be sure to prime the new coil and then reattach the base to the rest of the tank. Fill the tank and allow the new coil to soak in your ejuice for several minutes before vaping.
The Axiom mod is powered by an internal 2300 mAh battery. It will fire coils with a resistance range of 0.4 – 1.5 ohm. The mod has a wattage range of 5 – 80 watts, adjustable in 0.1 watt increments. Turn it on or off by clicking the fire button five times. Hangsen has equipped the Axiom mod with what it calls a 3-step ramp mode. To access the ramp mode menu hold in the fire and down buttons. Use the up or down button to cycle through the options. Power (or strong) increases the power output for the first 2 seconds each time you vape. Soft reduces the output for the first 2 seconds, and Standard gives you a fixed output.
The Axiom mod also has automatic wattage readjustment. When the battery power is insufficient for your selected wattage output the mod will automatically decrease the wattage and the actual output will be displayed on the OLED. Charge the Axiom via the charging port on the bottom of the device using the including charging cable.
I primed the coil installed in the BACH tank with Nilla Custard ejuice from Vapes Gone Wild, filled the tank and allowed the coil to soak for several minutes. The Axiom mod came set at 40 watts, and since I couldn’t find a suggested wattage range for the coils in the BACH tank, I figured that was a safe setting to start out at. With the ramp mode set at “Standard” I gave the Axiom Kit a first vape.
Flavor and vapor production were both surprisingly full for 40 watts. Next I switched the ramp mode to “Power” and did notice a slight increase in vapor production at the front end of my vape. On “Soft” ramp mode there seemed to be a bit of delay between hitting the fire button and vapor production.
Next I set the ramp mode back to “Standard” and increased the wattage to 45. Vapor production increased slightly and the vanilla flavor began to pop. At 55 watts both vapor and flavor production increased dramatically and the vapor was a little warmer. The Hangsen Axiom Kit was pretty impressive on this first vape. I’m looking forward to getting more familiar with it.
I’ll be using the Axiom Kit extensively over the next few weeks and will then post a full, in-depth review. To make sure you’re notified of when that review is live, follow Seven Report on Twitter and Facebook.
Thanks to Hangsen for supplying the Axiom Kit for review. This is such new product that Hangsen doesn’t yet list it or a price for it on their website. I hope to have that information by the time I post the review. Meantime you can check the Hangsen website here or their Facebook page here for updates.