The new “V2” series of the Hellvape series is out, and this time it has some pretty cool features. The new V2 has a larger gauge screen. The large gauge allows you to see everything from airflow to wattage even at the highest settings. I have yet to have to use the auto battery but that may be an option if you like to customize your devices. The main feature is that this device has a built in cooler that has two fans to push air across all three coils.
The new “V2” series features a built in adjustable airflow system with two fan systems to blow air through a large grinder and into the dual coil configurations. This is a great improvement over the original dead rabbit v2 and I think overall this product stinks. I prefer the newer units with the new square post holes for the large wattage settings. I also like how there is a space at the bottom for the battery and a hole near the base so you can just slide it out. The space at the base is perfect for putting a zip tie in and keeping your dead rabbit v2 upright.
If you are an e-juice addict then you will love the Hellvape dead rabbit v2 line of products. This has got to be one of the best e-juices on the market right now for vapers. This upgraded version comes with a lot more advanced technology. The vapor production is incredible with a throat hit you cannot find from any other manufacturer. It’s truly the only vaporizer that you’ll need to use to enjoy all the amazing flavors you can find.
The upgraded version adds a new innovative technology to the original one, and it’s called the Bongiovi Coils. These coils really change the way a vaporizer works. For one thing, they are much stronger and have a larger surface area than the original and deck mounting screens. They are much easier to clean because they don’t get plugged up like the old ones did. With a larger surface area, more air can travel to the coils and for a more consistent flavor you’ll get a better throat hit as well.
Also included in the upgrade is the dead stick air diffuser. I think this is a pretty cool and useful feature. I’ve found that by simply sliding the stick through the coils and sealing it off with the new cap, the amount of vapor that even reaches the tip of my finger is phenomenal. With the old models I would have to put the stick through the whole coil and then blow slightly hard to push it through. You couldn’t do that without making a mess. However, by sliding the diffuser along the coils and sealing it off, you can now get the powerful draw that you would normally get from dead Rabbit.
Speaking of power, the dead rabbit v2 has four different airflow options. These are through the top vent, the bottom vent, the side cut out and the built in fan. Each of these have their own advantages depending on where you plan to use the unit. If you’re going to use it in the living room, the fan is probably your best option, especially if you’re running a fan in another room that shares the same air conditioning system you have running in your main room. If you have a built in chiller in your basement, or other room that you plan on using for freezing cold drinks, then the side cut out and the built in fan are great options to consider.
There is one major difference between the two versions and that’s the build deck. The newer version includes three built in airflow inlets that can be used interchangeably. In addition to that, there is also a Honeycomb plate that can be added or removed from the unit depending on the situation. For example, if you don’t have a honeycomb plate installed, but you want an open shelf, then you can add one. That being said, both of these models come with their own set of advantages and disadvantages.
You should really take a look at the build deck when looking at the differences between the original dead rabbit v2 and the v2. You will find that the new version has an easier time building juice well because of the additional cooling space that is included on the top and sides. This way, you can easily build up the juice well in the space available without any problems. The side cut out vents and the built in fan to ensure that there is plenty of ventilation as well. Both units have their advantages, so which one will work better for you really depends on your personal preferences. To help you make the right decision, take some time and do some research.