Vapour 2 Trinity Starter Kit Review
Vapour 2 Trinty device gives a smooth vape regardless of the liquid or wattage output, and manages to retain all flavours.
Vapour 2 (or V2 as they’re commonly known) are one of the cutting edge brands in the vaping industry. Over the past five years or so, their technological innovation and dedication to quality has allowed them to manufacture some of the best mods on the market.
Judging by the Vapour 2 Trinity Starter Kit’s price tag, you could be forgiven for thinking that this was V2’s most ambitious product to date. However, for all its positives, I found the Trinity Kit to be a little underwhelming overall.
Let’s jump into the finer details.
What’s In the Trinity Kit?
There’s something about the Trinity’s packaging which really doesn’t make it stand out from the crowd. It was pretty bland, and if not for my pre-existing knowledge about V2, I wouldn’t have any idea that this product was from one of the leading industry manufacturers.
Aside from that, the box is easy to pull apart and is all laid out neatly. No issues there.
The kit includes:
- 1 x Trinity mod
- 1 x Tank (2ml capacity)
- 1 x 0.8 ohm coil
- 1 x 1.2 ohm coil
- 1 x USB charger
- 1 x User manual
More than enough things included inside without bogging you down with spares or unnecessary additional components. It’s a nice touch that V2 included both MTL and DTL coils so you can sample both styles without having to purchase anything separately. This is something I personally find a huge hassle when buying a new product.
Given the hefty price tag, I assumed this would be aimed at the more advanced vaper, but like the name says, this is a starter kit, therefore it’s aimed at newbies. When I checked the user manual, I found the information inside to be very technological and heavy. It didn’t seem like it was aimed at beginners at all. Immediately, the manual jumps into discussing temperatures, wattages and output technicalities. Even as an advanced vaper myself, I found this a little off-putting.
Vapour 2 Trinity Starter Kit Product Specifications
- 0.69” OLD screen
- Operating Voltage: 3.2 – 4.2 V
- Operating Power: 5.0 – 40 Watts
- Temperature Control mode: 100 – 300 Degrees C
- Resistance: Bypass mode: 0.2 – 3.0 Ohms
- Temperature Control mode: 0.1 – 1.2 Ohms
- 5 Settings: Ni200, Titanium, SS316, power mode, and bypass mode
- Short circuit protection
- Low voltage protection
- Overheating protection
- Over-current protection
- Overtime vaping warning
The Trinity is quite a basic mod, despite it being pushed as a device with high-end technological advancement. If you’re looking to buy your first vape device, then the Trinity might just be a little more than what you need. If, however, you already have some vaping experience under your belt and you want to invest in a solid, luxury piece of kit, the Trinity might be perfect for you.
The Pros and Cons of the Vapour 2 Trinity Starter Kit
The first thing you’ll notice is how tiny the mod is. Judging from the pictures and the bulkiness of the packaging, I assumed this would be quite a hefty device. I couldn’t be more wrong. The Trinity is VERY small, it fits comfortably in the hand, and there’s no danger of any significant damage being done if it gets dropped.
Similarly, the rubber material of the body is something I haven’t seen on any vape device before. It’s definitely unique, and pretty much guarantees that the device won’t collect scratches. It feels a little odd in the hand at times, but the protection it offers more than makes up for it.
As of the time of writing, the Trinity only comes in two colours: black and blue. Along the side of the vape is the fire button and the LED screen, both perfectly placed. Slightly above them on the ridge which runs along the top of the device is the arrow buttons, and below the LED screen is the USB slot. It’s a good setup, different to most models, and it works.
Pushing the fire button five times will turn the device on and off. It only takes a second to switch off and on, and the LED screen is crisp and clear. Holding down the fire button and the “-“ key will take you into the settings menu, where you can change the hand mode or the temperature mode (wattage, Celsius or Fahrenheit).
In line with V2’s advanced design, the Trinity atomiser is a fantastic piece of kit. It’s a 2ml atomiser, which might dissuade a few advanced users who are accustom to 3ml tanks, but the topfill feature is polished to perfection. Simply removing the mouth cap presents a space big enough to ensure there’s no spillage when pouring in the e-liquid. Likewise, the mouth piece sits comfortably against the lips.
The cylinder glass makes it easy to see how much liquid is left inside. Beneath the glass is device’s stainless steel airflow control. Overall, visibility on the device is excellent.
One of the more advanced features of the Trinity is that it’s designed to accommodate different types of PG and VG juices. As mentioned, the kit comes with both 0.8ohm and 1.2ohm coils. When vaping with a VG-heavy juice, you want to use the lowest resistance possible. This will ensure that your juice retains maximum flavour and maximum cloud output.
When it comes to the most important aspect of the device – performance – I felt a little let down. Naturally I had expected something great from these masters of the craft, but the Trinity only pumps out 40W of power at most. While this is usually more than enough for most vapers, I expected something a bit more ambitious from V2.
Using a 0.8 ohm coil, I found that it produced enough flavour for an enjoyable experience, but it was by no means mind blowing. There was no burning, gurgling or spillage whatsoever, but given the price and brand recognition, I had prepared myself for something more than just an average experience.
Charging time as fast and efficient, and battery life lasted a solid 24 hours before giving up. Two big ticks in the positive box.
- Sleek, comfortable, scratch-resistant
- Easily portable
- Fantastic topfill capabilities
- Excellent performance
- Long battery life
- Not overly powerful
- Very little functionality or personalisation
- High price tag
What Are the Vapour 2 Trinity Starter Kit’s Best Features?
Without a doubt, the Trinity’s best feature is the unrivalled performance it offers. It gives a smooth vape regardless of the liquid or wattage output, and manages to retain all flavours. Even from the off, there was no accidental burning or gurgling, meaning that this device has been designed in order to avoid such problems.
Similarly, the easy-to-use atomiser is another fantastic feature. In the few days I’ve been using the Trinity I haven’t experienced any overspill whatsoever. In the case of some topfill tanks, e-liquid can collect around the rim of the atomiser due to the holes being relatively small. However, the Trinity atomiser ensures that this won’t happen.
The Trinity has a unique, purposeful design. The rubber material isn’t just for aesthetic purposes, it also ensures that the mod remains durable and doesn’t collect scratches. The fact that the Trinity is such a tiny device means that it might get thrown around in your pocket or in your car’s cup holder, so the rubber finish is the perfect antidote for its volatile size.
All of the above indicates that this indeed a starter kit, therefore targeted at beginners. However, the two things which make me think otherwise is the hefty price tag (£69.99) and the overwhelming information immediately thrown at you in the instruction manual. It might sound like a minor gripe, but to a person who has no knowledge of temperature outputs, coil sizes and other technical terminology, it’s more than a little dissuading.
How Does It Compare to Its Peers?
I could forgive the Trinity if the price was halved, therefore, if you’re going to spend almost £70 on a vape device, you might as well get the most from your cash. If you’re looking for something slightly different, check out the JAC Vapour Series B DNA 75W.
This retails around the same price as the Trinity, but the additional features and power ensure you’re getting the most for your money. While the Series B DNA is catered towards the advanced crowd, it still provides a simple vaping experience right from the off.
Here’s a breakdown of the two:
I think the Vapour 2 Trinity Starter Kit should be avoided by beginners and advanced vapers for a number of reasons. Mostly, there are other mods on the market which will appeal to each category more. Beginners should choose something a little more straightforward, while advanced vapers will want something with a little more power and more personalisation.
Aside from the confusing matter of where this model lies along the skill-level spectrum, it’s a nifty piece of kit which would only be more appealing if not for the overblown price tag. £70 is a lot of money to spend on a vape device, regardless of durability. If you’re just starting out and want to get to grips with the vaping basics first, the Trinity might be a stretch.
However, if you’re looking for a well-built mod with excellent flavour performance and you’re happy to swallow the price tag, the Vapour2 Trinity has your needs in mind.