Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit Review

Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit

Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit Introduction

The Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit is a new AIO (All In One) Stick kit. An AIO means it’s one kit without a seperate tank or battery that can’t be used with anything else. Nextvapor is a company I haven’t heard of before and even doing a quick google search doesn’t present anything so likely a new company looking to break into the world of vape hardware. It’s available in 3 colors, black, red, and yellow.

Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit Specs

  • Size: 24.5mm x 119mm
  • Battery type: Built-in 2800mAh battery
  • Voltage Output: 3.5V
  • Max Power: 60W
  • Material: SS
  • Thread type: 510 thread
  • E-liquid capacity: 8.0ml
  • Coil: 0.2ohm
  • Classic pen-style portable size
  • Powerful built-in 2800mAh battery
  • 0.2ohm sub ohm coil with 8 ml capacity
  • Easy top refill and bottom airflow

Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit Packing List

  • 1x Nextvapor Nstik Pro
  • 1x Atomizer(8.0ml, 0.2ohm coil pre-installed)
  • 1x Extra 0.2ohm Coil Head
  • 1x QC USB cable
  • 1x User Manuals

Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter KitNstik Pro Battery Stick

The Nstik Pro battery is a non adjustable simple stick with a fire button and nothing else. There is no 510 connection on this since it is an AIO so the coil heads screw directly into the stick. There is an LED around the fire button to tell you the battery charge. It’s only active when fired but stays on for about a second afterwards to look at it and fades out. It’s a little dim but still visible enough. Blue is for 3.8V or more, Green is 3.5V to 3.8V, Red is under 3.5V and the cutoff is listed at 3.2V The stick itself is really nice. I love the design and the coloring is beautiful. It uses a color contrast of a main color and stripes od the contrast color (red on the black stick, and black for the yellow or red sticks) The USB port is on the back for charging. It uses the standard 5 clicks to turn on and off. There isn’t anything to test performance wise due to being an AIO so performance will all depends on the coils. They list the battery at 2800mah which is pretty good for a stick AIO.

Tank rundown and coil Performance

The built in tank is a large capacity 8ml tank with bubble glass. There is no spare glass included for some reason. It does not have a standard drip tip. The drip tip is delrin and built into the top cap so you have no other options. There is no AFC on this AIO so you can’t adjust the air. The fill method is you unscrew the top cap and expose 1 large fill hole but it also has a small air out hole which is nice. The fill hole is plenty large and easy to fill, however the top cap is delrin threaded which i’m not a fan of.

Coil Performance wise it comes with 2 coils. Both are the same coil they just list at a 0.2 ohm coil with no model number or anything or watt range. Nothing else is printed on the coil outside of 0.2 ohm and Nextvapor. My first coil leaked like crazy. It was unusable, a complete dud. Nothing could be done to stop the leaking. There isn’t much cotton in these coils compared to most sub ohm coils on the market these days. So i went to the 2nd coil, this one thankfully didn’t leak at all, however after running 40mls though it, it still taste just nasty. Flavor is very weak and muted and has a nasty aftertaste. I don’t know if it’s the cotton or the wire itself but it’s just bad. They also feel underpowered by the stick since the vape is very weak and muted in flavor. Just not good at all.


  • Build Quality of the stick
  • Color Options
  • Size and Weight for portability
    Cool Design looks
  • Battery Life (2800mah battery)
  • Large 8ml capacity in tank
  • Easy to refill
  • Battery Indicator


  • The coils are really bad
  • No standard Drip Tip
  • Delrin threaded top cap
  • No Air Flow Adjustments

Nextvapor Nstik Pro Starter Kit Conclusion

So with all that said, do I recommend this kit or not? I don’t like to do a hard yes or no, but this is going to be a hard no. The coil performance is what a kit like this will rely on and at the end of the day, the coils were terrible so nothing else really matters if it’s a bad vape from this. Pass this one up and look for a better AIO if you are in the market for one.

Anthony Vapes

I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. over the past few years i got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews i decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.