Have you ever dropped your phone while getting into a car and smashed your screen? Worse still, have you ever dropped your phone in the sea?
These things happen to the best of us, sometimes accidents happen but when they happen to your electronics it can be a costly headache.
In the early days of vaping, vape designers had a big problem on their hands.
How do you sit a reservoir of e-liquid on top of a sensitive electronic device without causing problems? Liquids and electronics aren't a good mix, and while e-liquid isn't very conductive it can cause problems to the chips inside. Dust is also a big issue vape manufacturers have to deal with, and while doesn't isn't really an issue on a circuit board, it can mess with your buttons and charging port. If the buttons on your vape don't work, they might stick down and cause your coil to burn out unexpectedly.
A vape is a means of delivering nicotine, having a reliable mod with good battery life is a great way of guaranteeing that you won't slip up and end up forking out for a pack of durries if you end up dropping your vape or leave it on the deck overnight in the rain.
Some manufacturers started sealing the inside of the vape to help prevent these damages, but Geekvape took it to the next level.
Geekvape's Aegis range is designed to last! Their mods are all IP67 dust and water-resistant, which means that the Aegis can be submerged for 30 minutes at a depth of 1m without damaging the mod! The Aegis is also Shock Resistant, with rubberized outer and durable metal alloys which are designed to handle more than a few bumps and bangs.
You do not want to get your tank wet, as this will ruin your coil, and the glass on the tank is still somewhat venerable, but if your tank is ever damaged replacement parts are readily available and are easy to fix yourself.
If you are looking for a vape you can depend on, the Aegis is the perfect choice!
Below is a video of one of our staff trying their hardest to break an Aegis Legend, but it still works!
Note: We don't encourage our customers to do this to their mods. This can be dangerous and will void our warranty on the device.