The Voopoo Drag 2 Kit features the Uforce T2 sub ohm tank and the dual 18650 Drag 2. The original Drag did so well in the market because of some of these reasons:
-It was affordable compared to other Drags in the market
-It came with an accurate GENE chip
-Had a fantastic 0.01 siring speed that many found appealing
Although it also had its disadvantages such as:
-The paint of the black version was prone to wear and scratches. Could not last long with its original paint
-Had a protruding atomizer that was not so appealing to some users
-The battery door was not stable hence could not lock well
Colors: Comes in Aurora, island, dawn, fire cloud, scarlet, puzzle, flame, ink
Price: USD69.95 (at Element Vape)
The mod: Drag 2
The dual 18650 mod of the Voopoo Drag 2 can fire up to 177W. It comes solely in black color, but with selected color options to choose from including the Aurora, island, dawn, fire cloud, scarlet, puzzle, flame, and ink.
The white region of the large Drag at the back is a bit toned down compared to its predecessor. The edges are also rounded making it pleasant to hold. It weighs 157g which is about 50g lighter than its predecessor. The paint is well done, and the door issue has also been upgraded from the former Drag.
And the screen is clear, beautiful, and easy to read. But the downside is, it is white, black and also dim. The buttons have also been upgraded from the old Drag. They’ve also fitted atomizers that have a diameter of about 25mm.
Operations of the device
-Click the power button five times to turn on or off the device
-Click it three times to change mode (FIT, Power, and TC)
-Presssing + and -, it takes you to the submenu of each mode
-When in custom mode, press 4 times to adjust temperature curves or wattage
-When in TC mode, click 4 times to adjust wattage
-The fire button and – change the orientation of the screen
-The fire button and + instantly lock the device
-Power mode submenu includes: VER (firmware version), SN (Serial Number), and M (Custom Mode)
-TC submenu includes: Ω-set (sets resistance), M (Custom Mode), F (sets TCR).
Its system menu will take you some time before you know how to use it. The mod adjusts with 1W increments, but doesn’t round-robin or accelerate. But despite that, it is still fast.
The Uforce T2 tank adopts a small design that makes it look a bit more “professional” compared to the standard sub ohm tank. It’s about 25mm at the base with its bubble glass that gives it an extra 3mm.
Compared to TI, they are not so different. 3 airflow slots are a bit larger; then the knurling was replaced by geometrical shapes. The 5mls bubble glass looks a good fit. Falls to about 3ml capacity when the straight glass is put on. And the tank is compatible with other Uforce glass tanks between 2ml and 8ml.
The tank also features a push to fill port which is a tad small; you have to tilt a bit to fill the tank.
There is also an R1 coil that can be rebuild but seems it ran out of stock.
The airflow is much more restricted compared to the 3 airflow slots. When fully opened, it can be compared to the Freemax MeshPro when just about half of the airflow opened. It allows a good amount of airflow, but if you want a better airy that airs directly to your lungs, then look for an alternative.
The triple mesh produces dense vapor and good flavor. It provides much better performance at just about 75W to 80W. It also wicks well but starts to struggle at 90Watts with a high VG juice.
Remember to always prime it before use because the e-juice takes a while to reach the mesh strips due to the thick cotton. The tank is well fixed there is gurgling, no spit back and doesn’t leak even if left open the whole night.
The dual parallel was somehow a letdown, but it is still an excellent option. It has a good flavor plus a solid option that can be used in Uforce T2.
• Upgraded paint job
• Different colors to pick from
• No overhang with the 25 mm tanks
• Rounded edges
• The dual-parallel coil is nice for medium wattage use
• It fires accurately and fast
• Is fully adjustable and has smooth airflow
• Lighter than its predecessor Drag
• Has a dense vapor out of the triple-mesh coil and great flavor
• Raised 510 platform makes a gap
• Shaky battery door
• The tank isn’t compatible with other Goon-style tips
• Limit on wattage when in the TC mode
• Some people may find the airflow a bit restricted
• The FIT mode is either hit or miss
The gap made by the raised 510 platforms is the biggest letdown of the Drag 2 mod. Also, the operations of the battery door is another thing that many people found not so appealing. But if you don’t care about these let downs, and you have no plans of using TC mode with high wattages, then you are going to enjoy this device.
The Voopoo Drag 2 has an accurate chip, and corrects some of the issues that were on its predecessor. Although it’s not as groundbreaking as its predecessor, it does a good job. The Uforce T2 is a good feature on this device; it has a triple mesh coil.