The Akston Hughes SL offers the feature set of the SVR with some improvements: the least of which is the most advanced safety design currently available.
After almost a year of using the ProVari, I have never once had an issue with it. It has been through the ringer and has always fired right up. Now with the V2 update, it is difficult to find anything to point out in the negative about the ProVari. It remains solidly one of the best devices available.
Apollo has offered a vast improvement over previous designs of this product: a solid, heavy build with the addition of an eGo connection and a floating connector pin are the biggest standouts for this mod. All in all, an extremely high quality build brought to a design often criticized for a lack thereof.
In summary, I wouldn’t make this my main vape, however, it is very satisfying. I think it would be best served in an environment where stealth is important, or if you are going out on a quick trip somewhere and don’t want to lug a big MOD around. I wish I had an extra battery so as to always have one ready to go. Especially for the price, it’s a solid performer.
The Infinity Pro, from a user standpoint, is a simple device that works as advertised. It is reliable and easy to use. It is just slightly more expensive than some Chinese made variable voltage devices on the market, and less expensive than the Buzz Pro and other US made devices.
The BuzzPro, from a user standpoint, is a simple device that works as advertised. It is reliable and easy to use. It is more expensive than some Chinese made variable voltage devices on the market, and less expensive than other US made devices. It is extremely well put together and durable. In my personal opinion, you can’t go wrong with this one!
The Icon is a stainless steel mechanical mod that takes one unprotected 14500 battery (protected batteries don’t fit), and comes in 2 configurations (adapters). 510 or 801 (pen-style). The Icon comes in 2 finishes, satin stainless and media blasted. The fire button is at the end of the device, and can be easily activated with your pinky finger. It also locks so that it won’t fire in your pocket. It’s a small device, similar in size to the eGo.