WetFlame Electronic Cigarette Reviews
The Wet Flame Hydro ECig Kit speaks directly to its name. The graphics on the outer portion of the box look like rushing water. The various grades of blue and waterfall effect make the box an eye-catcher. Though what’s on the inside is what counts, it’s nice to see that Wetflame put forth the extra effort to give the outside this nice touch.
The WetFlame Hydro Kit employs a “long” KR808D-1 battery that holds to what has made this model a standard in the e-cig industry: long battery life and regulated voltage. Where some other mini batteries will slowly lose voltage on an incline from the start, this model runs at 4.2v from the time it is charged until it is fully emptied, giving the user maximum vapor production and flavor. The battery life is very good for this type of e-cig, giving roughly 3-4 hours of battery life with fairly consistent use. Overall, it’s comfortable enough to be very welcoming to smokers and has the performance to satisfy experienced vapers too.
The vapor production here is better than many other KR808D-1 e-cigs available. WetFlame’s e-liquid produces a ton of vapor once the cartomizers get “rocking” and they last enough puffs to make the price of refills a good value. Some of the flavors could use some improvement: the tobacco and coffee weren’t the most convincing I’ve ever tried. That being said, the vanilla and tutti fruitti both made for a seriously delicious and pleasant vape. I was a little shocked at how well the vanilla was pulled off, balancing the flavor between the sweet and the creamy consistency and distinct vanilla taste you’d expect from a good bottle of extract. The tobacco also makes for a good vape, though it doesn’t have that “bite” I expect as a former smoker of dark, rich tobaccos. If you’re a smoker of light cigarettes or turkish flavors like Camel, this one could be right up your alley. For more information on WetFlame’s flavors, be sure to check out our WetFlame E-liquid reviews.
Overall (Not An Average) 4.5/5