Unix Starter Kit – Univapo review
Posted by freemexy on November 12th, 2020
Unix Starter Kit – Univapo review
Univapo is a manufacturer with a somewhat low profile in Europe. The Unix Starter Kit is designed for beginners and newcomers to vaping seeking a product that is easy to use whatever the situation.To get more news about Unix Pod Kit, you can visit univapo official website.
Basic but effective
The Unix Starter Kit is designed for beginners who are looking to start vaping. It is simple in its approach and economical in its settings. However, in no way does this simplicity detract from its effectiveness. A nice set-up for beginners.Overall, the Unix has a somewhat retro design. In any case, as far as vaping is concerned, “old school” only goes back a few years. Nevertheless, this bit of kit remains practical and remarkably easy to use. The 510 connector is spring-mounted and accommodates the kit’s specific clearomizer.
On the side of the battery, you will find the black and white screen and the trigger button. The button also serves to access the settings with its rotary disc.
The rotary disc has two functions. When you press at its centre, it produces vapour, acting as the trigger button. The outermost part of the ring rotates to increase and reduce the power as needed. It’s very easy for any user to operate. Note that the rotary disc rotates fairly easily – the kit is liable to become misadjusted when carried out and about. To remedy this problem, all you need to do is press the button three times to lock the selected power.
A USB C port can be found under the mod for recharging. You can vape while the battery is charging. With a capacity of 1000 mAh, a full charge is completed very quickly.
The screen only contains a few items of information. The watts, voltage, battery charge status, and inhalation time. The Unix only features one vaping menu. As such, only Watt settings can be made from 5 to 16 W, no more, no less. The kit is designed for use with the specific clearomizer including resistance coils which do not need more power. Therefore, there is no need to bombard a first-time vaper with a multitude of overly complicated menus. Simple but effective. The battery is slim and lightweight. Weighing in at just over 43 g, the Unix is easily tucked away in your pocket or bag.
The clearomizer has a diameter of 16 mm for a height of slightly over 55 mm. It is somewhat tall, but its height is consistent with the rest of the kit. During our tests, no leakage or seepage was observed.
The drip tip size is 510, and can be replaced by any standard model. The one that comes with the kit feels quite long and thin in the mouth. For improved hygiene, the kit is supplied with a magnetic cap to protect the drip tip. It holds perfectly in place. When vaping, you should place the cap under the battery to keep from losing it. The bottom of the box is also magnetic.
The filling hole is accessed by rotating the ring located at the top of the clearomizer. This gives access to an opening covered by lip seals allowing the bottle tip through. Finer tips are the preferred choice so as to avoid having any problems filling the tank. Turning clockwise seals the access to the tank which is completely leak-tight. Therefore, there is no need to remove anything, guaranteeing an easy filling process.