VapeBreak.com Releases a Review About Innokin LEO Pro

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VapeBreak.com releases a review about Innokin LEO Pro; this review evaluates the Innokin LEO Pro from looks, build quality, button, atomizer, battery, ergonomics and value of money.

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What is the LeoPro? It’s basically a collection of the finer points of the LEO e cigarette and the Lea e cigarette. It has a longer 1000mah battery, a 510 connector that can take any 510/306 atomizer or cartomizer and an improved tank atomizer.

VapeBreak.com releases a review about Innokin LEO Pro; this review evaluates the Innokin LEO Pro from looks, build quality, button, atomizer, battery, ergonomics and value of money.

In terms of look, VapeBreak seems to like it very much, it wrote: “I love the looks, despite the facts that my sneaking abilities are more Johnny English than James Bond. And being able to put a Personal Vaporizer in my jacket pocket at work is a fantastic bonus. The finish this time is glossy, not that rubberized finish from the Lea, and I would prefer a satin-like texture.”

In terms of build quality, VapeBreak simply has no complaints: “it feels solid with a somewhat heavier feeling to the battery side. The pen cover is threaded to fit instead of pressure fitted like pens, which has led to some confusion amongst some vapers I have shown it to but once you have handled it a couple of times it comes quite naturally. If I was to nitpick I would have liked the pen-like cover to be a bit thicker, that’s just me being overly critical however. The PT charging cover could be a tad better made as well.”

In terms of battery, LEO Pro uses a 1000mah battery, VapeBreak was deeply impressed. It wrote:” So with my math it’s good for just over 9ish vape-hours; yet the PWM circuitry pushes another hour out of it. I put this to the test during St Patty’s day and a single charge was able to handle 6hours of heavy drinking, a real world test I do not intend to repeat anytime soon.

But wait there’s more! Charging is via the bottom of the battery however, meaning you can charge and vape while at the PC via a mini-usb cord. I love that.

It puts out (pause to giggle) 3.5V instead of the customary 3.7V so a little bit of heat might be missing, I noticed no such thing. I did however manage to run a 1ohm load on it without it cutting out, that was pretty cool.”

At the end of this review, VapeBreak recommended LEO Pro to its readers, it wrote:” If it was my $60 and I was looking at either the eGo-T or the LeoPro I would get the LeoPro. I prefer the single battery with the PT to the two 650mah of the eGo e cigarette. Given the eGo’s popularity and how easy it is to find accessories... I’d still get the LeoPro after having vaped on both.”

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