Portable and compact, the Geek Vape Z50 is constructed from durable zinc-alloy and finished off with metallic and Ancient Greek inspired marbling effect panels. A large 0.96″ OLED display screen is located on the side face of the mod, clearly presenting vital settings, resistance and remaining battery level. Settings are controlled via two adjustment buttons beneath, and to fire the device a large firing button is situated above the screen.
Operating from a choice of three modes, among them is standard variable wattage (power mode) with a range of 5 – 50W. Also available is bypass mode which will determine the power output dependent on installed coil resistance, and VPC mode allowing you to set wattage at incremental levels.
Within the compact box mod, and labelled as the smallest sized mod of it’s capacity, lies it’s 2000mAh internal battery easily offering a days use to the average vaper. Supporting type-C USB recharging, the Z50 mod can be recharged much quicker and more efficiently than standard micro-USB.
Topping off the stylish Z50 mod is the Zeus Nano vape tank. A TPD compliant 2ml e-liquid capacity tank with a 22mm base diameter, connecting to the mod with a 510 pin. The Geek Vape Zeus Nano tank features a dynamic top-to-bottom airflow designed to increase flavor and for improved vaporization. With a threaded top-fill design, just unscrew the top cap and carefully pour your e-liquid in the slots either side of the coil.
The Zeus Nano tank utilizes the B series coils by Geek Vape, and is supplied with a 0.3ohm for a range of 30 – 38W, and a 0.6ohm option for a range of 15 – 25W. Coils are installed via a push-to-fit method, and is made even easier with the supplied coil removal tool.