Halo E-Cig Reviews
Halo’s new G6 product upholds their reputation as an innovator in the electronic cigarette world. The kit comes in a tin about the size you might find a scented candle in. This might strike some as odd but it’s interesting to see something differing from the standard magnet flap box. The packaging has a rather re-useable feel to it too- no cheap plastic dividers or unnecessary size. While it comes with a convenient case for your filled cartomizers, it unfortunately doesn’t feature one for the whole unit, which could be a big drawback to some.
G6’s battery certainly has the look of the “next generation of vaping” it touts itself to be. The battery comes in five sleek colors and features an impressive slow-dimming LED. It also has a really great finish on the metal which is almost soft to the touch. It’s so stylish it will give you an air of opulence as you blow huge clouds of vapor all willy-nilly around your cohorts.
It comes in both a 65mm length, comparable to King cigarettes and a 78mm length, comparable to 100s. In terms of responsiveness, it could be one of the best batteries I’ve tried. The kit comes with two manual, automatic or one of each batteries which is a nice touch in terms of options. Both perform extremely well and produce a serious amount of vapor with very little effort. A minor drawback is that its battery life could be longer. It’s not bad by any means and will go at least the better part of two well-filled cartridges. It may have seemed shorter than it was because it was just that enjoyable.
Like many drip style products, G6 produces an enormous amount of vapor compared to pre-filled cartomizers. Of course, this comes at the cost of having to fill your own cartomizers and trying not to mix flavors in doing so. G6’s liquid is high quality to say the least and more affordable than cartomizers, especially if you’re a heavy smoker. The vapor it produces is ridiculously smooth and rich in flavor, which is probably combination of the battery at work and the quality of the vapor. Some of the liquid is so smooth your throat will barely notice that you’ve been puffing away for an hour like Churchill, where others have a substantial throat hit. As to the flavors, some could use improvement and some were fantastic. “Tribeca”, “Prime 15” and “Torque 56” tasted great, whereas the “Tiki Juice” and “Freedom Juice” were more on the odd side of flavor. Although Halo features a whopping 14 different flavors on their site, so you’re likely to find something you like. If you purchase a starter kit and don’t like the flavors you chose, I’d recommend picking up one of their variety tins to find out which ones you enjoy most.
Overall (Not An Overall Average) 4/5
Halo’s G6 is without a doubt one of the best quality products I’ve come across- and at a very reasonable price. The vapor production and look and feel of the product are top-notch. For their liquid, while some flavors were not so great, others were delicious and all produced maximum vapor with a very smooth feel. I’d recommend upgrading to Halo G6 if you’ve been using a normal 510 model or otherwise with “throw away” cartomizers and are looking for something a little better. You’ll save money on refills and more than likely, find a much better experience overall. It’s also a great kit for starters as well- it’s more than satisfying enough to ensure you keep vaping and stop smoking.