I think you will not argue with the fact that the Aspire Breeze 2 Kit has similar features to the first version. At the same time, there are a number of notable changes and I would not say that they all like me. For example, I do not like the shape of the case of the new device. If the original Breeze had nice rounded corners and was more downed, then the novelty of its “flattened” somewhat reminds me of Eleaf iCare 2.
But, here we do not see this strange control panel, reminiscent of the remote from the TV. For me, this is clearly a plus – it’s very funny it looked. The new device received two buttons at once. If everything is clear with the fire on the front panel, then here’s the button on the side that can cause questions. And everything is very simple! Pressing this button disconnects the cartridge.
As far as I understand, in the case of Breeze 2, the guys decided to move a little bit in terms of TTX. The novelty has a built-in battery for 1000 mah (vs. 650 mah) and a simple board with all the necessary types of protection. This miracle is charged by micro usb. For the convenience of the user, there is an LED indicating the status of the charge, etc. What surprised me, and what can probably strain the buyers – the device works by pressing the fire button, and not from the tightening sensor, as we are used to in the case of devices in this format.
The cost at the time of publication is about $35 at Vapesourcing store.
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