Published: 2nd Sept 2012
This is a review of the version 2 of the Jacvapour Vgo starter kit purchased from http://www.jacvapour.com/.Check out my video review for a more in depth look.
With the new version of the Vgo, Jacvapour has continued with their range of customisation options. There are 6 different battery choices in the form of three different colours, black, white or stainless steel, in either 650 or 900mah. You can have different options for each of the two supplied batteries.
In terms of cartomizers, you have the same colour choices as the batteries in either the 50mm size or 55mm mega carts. They also offer the choice of either the clear or black Vgo tanks. You can then choose either a EU or UK AC power adapter.
Presentation box / packaging
The presentation box for the Vgo2 comes in the new Jacvapour branded style, which is a definite improvement on the previous. It has limited product information and is opened via a magnetic flap at the front.
The battery with the new Vgo is charged as per the previous model by screwing it into the USB charger which either plugs into your computer or the mains if you opted for the mains charger with your purchase. Both the 650mah and 900mah versions take approximately 90 minutes to fully charge. When charging the light on the USB charger lights up Red and changes to Green when fully charged.
The 650mah manual version I reviewed performed as per the previous model lasting between 5 and 6 hours. A new feature with these version 2 batteries is the 5 button press disable functionality, which whilst relatively common, was the only downside of the previous model.
As with the Jacvapour Mini Vgo, the new improved switch on the Vgo2 is a marked improvement from the previous model. Upon activating the battery with a press of the button, the switch kicks into action with the lightest of suction power and makes vaping truly effortless.
The Vgo2 is assembled the same way as the version 1, by screwing your selected cartomizer into the battery. The thread is a KR808, so is not compatible with 510 units. The cartomizers are filled by removing the rubber bung on the end and adding your e-liquid gently around the outside of the hole in the middle. I was using the megacarts which hold a massive 2.4ml of e-liquid and Jacvapour recommend re-filling these up to a maximum of 10 times. Once assembled, the Vgo battery with a megacart attached measures 130mm.
In terms of the vaping performance, the new Vgo2 outperforms the already brilliant Vgo1. Upon activating the battery and taking a draw, you can hear the switch kick in and the Vgo2 delivers a serious throat hit even with the 18mg nicotine strength. That said, it wasn't overpowering, more satisfying than anything else. I prefer having an e cigarette which has big power which you can tailor to your own personal needs by taking lighter drags if required. Upon the exhale it produced a thick cloud of vapour which put a smile on my face. I was using the tobacco flavour e-liquid which was nice and reminded me of Benson & Hedges traditional tabacco flavour. Out of the megacarts I was getting approximately 120-150 puffs per full cartomizer.
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Written by Rob Patrick
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The version 2 of the Jacvapour Vgo builds on what was already a superb e cigarette with an improved, almost faultless switch and the addition of the 5 button press disable feature on the manual battery. I loved the look of the stainless steel set up I was using. All in all the Vgo2 is a pleasure to use and the best performing fat battery model to date.