The Vandy Vape Apollo Package (or AP package for short as it’s typically called) is the latest Newbie MTL set from Vandy Vape. I also see they are rather up and down, they made some really great products like the Jackaroo mod, kylin 2 RTA, and Bonza and Bonza V1.5 RDAs, however likewise some not so good ones like the Bonza Mech Set, Basic Ex package, Labyrinth RDA, and Pyro V2 RDTA so they appear really struck and miss out on total. The AP Kit is a MTL kit that comes with the AP internal battery mod and the AP MTL Subtank.
Producer’s Specifications: Battery
Measurements – 74mm by 27.9 mm.
Integrated 900mAh Rechargeable Battery.
Optimum Wattage Output: 20W.
Variable Voltage Output Variety: 3.2-4.2 V.
Coil Resistance Variety: 0.6-3.0 ohm.
TPE Material Chassis Building.
IP66 Water Resistant.
User-friendly Shooting Button.
2 Change Buttons.
LED Indication Lights – Voltage and Battery Life.
Available in Frosted Red, Frosted Cyan, Frosted Green, Frosted Amber, Frosted Black.
Maker’s Specifications Tank:.
2mL Basic Vape Juice Capability.
Pyrex Glass Support.
Superior Stainless-steel Building.
Threaded Top Fill System.
Vandy Vape AP MTL Coil Family.
1.5 ohm MTL Coil – ranked 7-13W.
1.8 ohm MTL Coil – rated 7-13W.
Refill Line Significant “Minutes” on Coil Indicates Need For Refill.
5 MTL Style Single Bored Inlet Options – 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm, 1mm, 1.5 mm, 2mm, 2.5 mm.
POM Drip Idea.
Stainless Steel 510 Connection.
Included in box:.
1 Vandy Vape AP Mod.
1 Vandy Vape AP MTL Sub Tank.
1 1.5 ohm Coil – ranked for 7-13W.
1 1.8 ohm Coil – rated for 7-13W.
1 Accessory Bag.
1 User Handbook.
Coil Options (coils are kanthal unless otherwise noted).
1.5 ohm Coil – rated for 7-13W.
1.8 ohm Coil – ranked for 7-13W.
Same coils as the bskr MTL kit.
AP Mod Rundown.
The AP mod is an adjustable basic almost stick style mod with an internal battery, a fire button and up and down buttons change voltage (changes by volts not watts) and adjust from 3.2-4.0 volts in increments of.2 (3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.8, 4.0). There is one group of LEDs under the fire button. They tell you the battery level by how many are illuminated. There are 5 in total so each light represent 20% of the battery (example 4 lit is approximately 61-80%). You can fire to check the battery charge or press and change button. Adjusting the voltage is down through an up and down button and illuminate the LED for the setting labeled on the mod. Overall excellent job on the design and performance of this Mod.
The mod itself is quite great. It’s small and light-weight and looks rugged thanks to the rubber finish. The body seems some kind of plastic which is the only thing colored on the different colors choices and reveals through some designs cut into the black rubber coating which covers the majority of the battery. It has a good, simple, and tactical like design to it. The USB port is on the front under a rubber plug listed below the change buttons and they do not note a charge rate.
The only screening I did on this mod is the charge rate and battery capacity. I know i evaluated some in the past however based on the type of package it is and what it’s used for I don’t feel it’s 100% required. Even if the charge is 90% effective that puts the battery around 910-920mah so really good ranking there.
Resilience and Water Testing.
All right let’s get to some fun stuff. The AP mod is IP66 ranked for dust and water. What that indicates is, Safeguarded from overall dust ingress, Safeguarded from high pressure water jets from any direction. It’s likewise identified as shock resistant. So like usual and any crazy person i needed to check this. For the water security based on the specifications given on the rating I didn’t do my regular submerge test like IP67 rated ones. I followed the standard and sprayed the mod down with a tube for a minute with high pressure water (enough to press it throughout my lawn) and the mod survived without any concerns. To the shock proof part. I did my normal 3 drop test drop from 1 meter, drop from 2 meters, and after that thrown up in the air about 4 meter spinning so it lands in a random area all onto concrete. The mod after all 3 tests not only had no issues however truly didn’t appear like it was ever dropped. So i figured i ‘d step it up a little bit more (although at this point it currently passed what i’m trying to find) and threw it into a wood fence two times at around 40-50 Miles Per Hour and the mod still looks surprisingly intact and works fantastic so yeah huge pass for both water resistance and shock resistance for sure. Extremely durable mod.
AP MTL Tank performance.
The tank itself is all black regardless of the package color, but the non black ones have coordinating kit color o-rings on the bottom based on the photos. The air flow is made for MTL vaping. The coil system is a basic screw into the base initially so you require an empty tank to alter them out.
The AP tank uses the same coils as the Berserker MTL kit which has the very same 2 alternatives and one of each is consisted of. A 1.5 ohm Coil – ranked for 7-13W and a 1.8 ohm Coil – rated for 7-13W. Looking back when i utilized it on the BSKR set it just lasted 4 ml and had poor flavor so seems like these coils are simply bad in general.
Construct Quality of mod and tank.
good looking set.
Size and Weight for mobility.
Accurate Battery Score.
AFC is simple to smooth and adjust.
Battery Indicator is good.
excellent 2ml capability for MTL.
color alternatives (5 ).
excellent battery life.
rate point (under 50 bucks).
screw off top fill is easy to use.
good voltage adjustability on a set like this for power.
charges fast (about 1 hour and 45 mins).
LEDs are easy and brilliant to see.
water resistance fulfills it’s score.
Coil flavor is bad to good at finest depending upon coil utilized.
1.8 ohm coil is just plain bad.
coil life is below average.
Exclusive tip on tank.
It’s a great kit general but the coils kind of destroy it for me. If they made a better coil for it, i would suggest it but as it stands now there are better choices for these little MTL sets on the market.
This is Anthony Vapes simply keeping it sincere, ideally you all can say the same and i’ll capture you on my next evaluation.
The AP tank utilizes the very same coils as the Berserker MTL set which has the same 2 choices and one of each is consisted of. A 1.5 ohm Coil – rated for 7-13W and a 1.8 ohm Coil – ranked for 7-13W. Looking back when i utilized it on the BSKR package it just lasted 4 ml and had bad flavor so seems like these coils are just bad in general. It’s a great set overall but the coils kind of destroy it for me. If they made a better coil for it, i would advise it however as it stands now there are much better choices for these little MTL packages on the market.