Halo Element Reviews
Just like the G6 kit, the Element comes in a sleek round metal case that is far from the norm that most people are used to seeing. Sure there are more usable cases out there as far as carrying it with you go, but as far as the presentation of the original package goes, they’re taking a step forward. It’s nice to see that someone is pushing the envelope, and if nothing else they’re setting themselves apart visually. The lack of a USB charger is slightly disappointing, and is the only knock I have against them in this department.
The starter kit I’m reviewing came with 2 batteries, one manual and one automatic. They both seemed to work equally well, though I’m becoming fonder of the manual batteries with drip kits such as this. It’s all about saving that sweet, sweet juice. Both varieties have extremely smooth draws, and last about as long as you’d expect a 510 battery to; though just like the G6 was previously, it was quite enjoyable and everyone knows that time flies when you’re having fun.
What to say here? Halo’s liquid is top notch as far as its pricing, production, and life time. My only gripe is that I wasn’t a huge fan of the flavor itself. Not that it was bad by any means, I’ve just had better. I had a little trouble identifying what some of the flavors were supposed to be, such as “freedom juice’ for example. It all just tasted a little too light, and possibly too smooth for my liking. I’m a throat hit junkie, and it just didn’t do that for me.
Overall (Not An Overall Average) 4/5
I was really surprised to find that the Element kit from Halo was so modestly priced compared to the quality of the product, and value within. It’s one of the best performing drip style kits I’ve used, and I’d definitely recommend it to anyone. It looks a lot classier than a lot of comparably priced products, and the vapor production is actually bordering on ridiculous.