Daily Vaper: Aspire Pegasus Review

Kevin Krilla | Vape Reporter

The Daily Vaper: There simply is no place on the Internet to find all the information a vaper needs when considering whether to buy a specific model. The Daily Vaper is a new series in which we share vape reviews. We give you everything you need tknowall in one place. The video review can be found at the bottom of the article. The entire series can be found here.

Aspire’s Pegasus vape mod has a maximum output of 70 watts. It features changeable 18650 batteries. This device has a USB port for charging. Batteries can also be taken out and charged separately so that you can avoid charging frequently. One unique feature is whichever way you turn the mod, the screen flips with it. You can read the menu settings any way you hold it. The screen itself is 0.86″ in length.

The reviewer says, “I wasn’t thrilled with what I had seen online with the Aspire Pegasus, but now that I’ve got it in hand, I really like it!” He says this mod is very simple to use and the manual is easy to read and follow. It is a durable mod, constructed very solid.  The Pegasus comes in  brushed brass, brushed slate and brushed chrome. The only negative aspect noted is that fingerprints are easily visible on this mod.

Aspire Pegasus Mod — $59

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Kevin Krilla

Vape Reporter

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