Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit Review | Most Durable Mini Mod

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Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit Review

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit Review

Hello there again everyone. I’m back with another vape review for you all today. This time we are gonna be taking a look at the new indestructible Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit, a tiny new edition to the Geekvape Aegis family. This item was sent to me for review by Geekvape, which doesn’t affect my opinion of the item but is very cool of them to provide the kit for us to discuss here today.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit
Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W Packaging

The Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W came to me in reviewer packaging which is a little black box with a sticker on the bottom telling me the contents of this black box. Lift up the lid and the Aegis mini is being cradled in a foam tray. Lift that tray out and you are looking at the Cerberus Sub-Ohm tank and a box of accessories. The contents of the box are a straight glass for the Cerberus tank, a spare coil, spare o-rings and a flat style micro USB cable.

Cerberus Tank

The Geekvape Cerberus Sub-Ohm tank is a 25mm, top fill, dual airflow tank that comes with mesh coils. The coils are KA1 mesh coils, are 0.30 ohm and comes with one coil installed and one in the accessories box. The included drip tip is low profile, 810 style and the top cap has embedded o-rings and holds drip tips well. It does have a ledge so super wide or narrow 810 tips may look funny.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit
Geekvape Cerberus Sub-Ohm tank

Give the top a half turn and it unlocks the top and reveals the fill ports and the bottom of the lid has a large o-ring. I like the Zeus style fill system. The ports are large enough but could be tiny bit larger, not a big deal though. Pre-installed is a bubble glass that holds 5.5ml of juice or you can swap it out for a straight glass that holds 4ml of juice. The coil screws into the base which is 25mm in width and has two airflow ports and one adjustment ring which opens and closes the amount of airflow. After screwing in your coil, pick a glass section, screw on the top and you have a Cerberus Sub-Ohm tank.

Aegis Mini Mod

The little brother to the original Aegis mod and the Aegis Legend is the Aegis Mini. Like the previous versions, the Mini is IP67 waterproof, dustproof and shockproof. This time it’s a smaller version though, with a built-in 2200 mAh battery that charges at 2 amps.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W
Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W

The features are vast despite this mods small size. It vapes in wattage mode 5-80 watts, Temp control for NI, TI and SS, TCR mode, variable wattage and bypass mode. That’s a impressive list for a mini mod. On the top is a spring loaded 510 surrounded by a massive stainless steel plate. It allows this mini mod to sit up to a 28mm tank flush.

Around the center plate, the majority of the frame is covered in this rubber casing that goes down both sides and encases the bottom in rubber as well. The bottom has covered vent holes so it’s waterproof but if the battery vents, it blows the holes out. The front side has a panel with a fire button, then the screen below that and it resembles previous Aegis screens but, a black and white version.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W
Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W

It gives the information like vape mode, resistance, amp, volts, and puffs. Below the screen, is two adjustment buttons. Below the the screen is a screw that holds the waterproof USB plug to the mod. A extra flap is in the accessories in case this one happens to snap off. The back side has the traditional Aegis leather palm grip with stitching down the center. The back also has a more ergonomical shape to it which is good because this fits in your palm. Another feature that made it to the mini Aegis is the die cast aluminum frame that sorta bolts everything down. This time it has more angles to it to make it more ergonomically comfortable in your hand.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W Performance

The Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC kit is a fire cracker of a set-up. I have used this tank before on the Nova kit and like it a lot. The quarter turn locking top cap is cool and the fill ports are fine but don’t work well with wide tip bottles. The big gasket seals great and I never have a mess on the refill.

I really like the new coils. Mesh coils that work between 30-40 watts is a step forward in my opinion. When mesh coils first came out, I liked them but you had to vape them at 100 watts. I’m gone at work all day and don’t want to carry extra batteries so 40 watts is great to me.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit
Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit

The mod itself fires extremely fast and fits really well in the hand. Running the mod at 40 watts can get me through a day of work so around 9 or 10 hours. Charging is really fast. I’ve also been using it in TC mode with the Hugsvape Chalice mtl rta and at the low 17 watts it needs, it will last a whole day for sure.

Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit Video Review

Final Thoughts on Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W

So, the Geekvape Aegis Mini 80W TC Kit is a great addition to durable Aegis family. I tossed mine around at work and caused a few battle scars on the aluminum frame but the mod still remains intact and functional. The battery size is a little small but having 30-40 watts mesh coils definitely helps.

I think this is a fantastic mod for MTL tanks though having as many mods as it does and being pocketable and durable. I mean, it has all the modes and features of the full size Aegis in an incredibly small package.

I’ve tried a number of different mini mods recently like the OBS Cube and that’s a decent mod as well but the features and feel of the Aegis Mini are really nice. Oh, the rubber casing on the Aegis Mini will pick up dust and lint from your pocket. It really doesn’t look that bad but if you go to take a picture of it, you will notice. If you’re not into Instagram pics of your mod, then it’s not a big deal. Overall, nice option if you’re looking for a mini mod.

Personal User Ratings 4 out of 5 stars

Thanks for reading, I really appreciate it. I really want to thank Geekvape for providing the item for us to discuss here today. It’s a privilege to be able to test these items and let you know how I like them. I’ve got plenty of reviews and articles on the way. See you soon!

Daniel Marcus

Daniel Marcus is an vape reviewer, vape photographer and coil builder. After smoking for 16 years, got a vape just because I couldn’t smoke in the company car and ended up quitting smoking without even trying. After seeing how effective vaping can be, I’ve spent the past two years trying to help new vapers with beginner problems do they don’t get frustrated and smoke again I’ve written reviews for over a year now. I’ve lived in wv all of my life and like taking vape pictures with a nature backdrop.