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Geekvape Aegis Buyer’s Guide – Specs for Every Device

As the Geekvape Aegis lineup continues to grow, there are likely plenty of people who are curious about the differences between all the different devices. I thought it might be helpful to put together a brief reference guide (you might even call it a buyer’s guide) for our readers.

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It’s important to note that I don’t personally own most of these mods.  I simply pulled together the info from various sources across the internet.  If I made any mistakes or failed to mention something important, I certainly welcome your corrections down in the comments section.  I’m also planning on doing a similar post for the entire Lost Vape Orion lineup.  If anyone would be willing to help with that, I would greatly appreciate it!  Email: [email protected]

The list below covers all the basic info (features, specs, and differences) for every Geekvape Aegis device currently on the market.  There are a few things that EVERY Aegis has in common; to avoid repeating myself, let’s get those out of the way first.

PROS:

  • These mods are all IP67 rated waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof.  That’s the key feature of this line, so you can expect the same amount of resilience and durability across the board.
  • The chipsets are all variations of the Geekvape AS Chipset, which means you’ll get most of the same features and performance from each device. Obviously, there are some exceptions.  For example, the Aegis X has a large color screen and a different interface, so navigating the menu will be a bit different.  Also, the Aegis Boost is a pod system, so they’ve omitted some of the advanced options for that chipset.

CONS:

  • One of the most recognized design features of the Aegis line is the rubberized finish.  Although it’s especially durable, that coating is notorious for collecting dust/lint, which may bother some users.
  • The screens have a reputation for scratching easily. I’m only referring to light hairline scratches on the surface of the screen, nothing terribly obvious.
  • Almost every Aegis is slightly wider, thicker, and heavier than other devices in their class. It’s a tradeoff: durability in exchange for portability.

Geekvape Aegis – Features, Specs, Differences

Geekvape Aegis 100W (26650 Version)

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  • Release Date: July 2017
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $40 – $50 (discontinued)
  • Dimensions: 37.8 x 46.8 x 88mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 100W
  • Battery Type: Single 18650 or 26650 Battery
  • Screen: 0.91” OLED
  • Color Screen: NO
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Shield Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • The very first device in the Aegis lineup
    • Verified waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof design (check out the many torture tests on YouTube!)
    • Also compatible with 2X700 batteries with a special battery cap (separate purchase)

Downsides:

    • USB port can only be accessed by removing the top panel
    • Smaller atomizers might look awkward, due to the large 510 platform
    • Not a lot of high-performing 26650 batteries on the market
    • Screw-on battery cap

 

Geekvape Aegis Legend

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  • Release Date: April 2018
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $45 – $55
  • Dimensions: 90.5 x 58.5 x 30.6mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 200W
  • Battery Type: Dual 18650 Batteries
  • Screen: 0.91” OLED
  • Color Screen: YES
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Aero Mesh Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • Updated color screen
    • New hinged battery door design makes it much easier to change batteries than the original Aegis
    • Easier access to the USB port (on top of the device)
    • Centered 510 connection

Downsides:

    • The hinged battery door may be an improvement, but it also makes for a weak point on the device which could be more prone to breaking

 

Geekvape Aegis Mini

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  • Release Date: October 2018
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $35 – $40
  • Dimensions: 78 x 30 x 40mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 80W
  • Battery Type: Internal 2200mah Battery
  • Screen: 0.91” OLED
  • Color Screen: NO
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Cerberus Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • Smallest mod in the Aegis lineup (excluding pod systems)
    • Ultra-fast firing
    • Easier access to the USB port (bottom of the device)

Downsides:

    • Non-removable battery

 

Geekvape Aegis Solo

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  • Release Date: April 2019
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $35 – $40
  • Dimensions: 86.3 x 29.5 x 41.2mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 100W
  • Battery Type: Single 18650 Battery
  • Screen: 0.91” OLED
  • Color Screen: NO
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Cerberus Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • Easier access to the USB port (side of the device)
    • Comparable to the Aegis Solo in most aspects, but with the added advantage of using a removable 18650 battery

Downsides:

    • Screw-on battery cap
    • Dimmer screen than previous Aegis mods
    • About 8mm taller than the Aegis Mini

 

Geekvape Aegis Legend Zeus Edition

Geekvape Aegis Legend 200W Box Mod (USA) $19.99

  • Release Date: August 2019
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $45 – $55
  • Dimensions: 90.5 x 58.5 x 30.6mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 200W
  • Battery Type: Dual 18650 Batteries
  • Screen: 0.91” OLED
  • Color Screen: YES
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Zeus Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • Almost exactly the same as the original Aegis Legend, except it has a Zeus logo on the grip, and it’s slightly lighter (magnesium alloy frame)
    • The starter kit includes a fantastic mesh tank (Geekvape Zeus Sub-ohm Tank)

Downsides:

    • The hinged battery door makes for a weak point on the device which could be more prone to breaking

 

Geekvape Aegis Squonk

  • Release Date: September 2019
  • Type: Box Mod, Squonker
  • Price Range: $40 – $50
  • Dimensions: 86.5 x 41.2 x 31.5mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 100W
  • Battery Type: Single 18650 Battery
  • E-liquid Capacity: 10mL
  • Screen: 0.96” OLED
  • Color Screen: NO
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Tengu RDA

Notable Features:

    • Converts from a squonker to a regular box mod
    • Top-fill design
    • Discreet and accessible USB port (hidden along the side of the device)
    • 10mL e-liquid capacity

Downsides:

    • A screwdriver is required to remove the back panel disassemble the bottle system
    • The panel to convert into a regular box mod is not included with the kit
    • The top-fill system may be hard to access without removing your atomizer (depending on the size of your bottle and/or the atomizer)
    • Screw-on battery cap
    • Only compatible with 18650 batteries

 

Geekvape Aegis X

  • Release Date: October 2019
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $50 – $60
  • Dimensions: 90 x 56.1 x 31.3mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 200W
  • Battery Type: Dual 18650 Batteries
  • Screen: 2.4″ OLED
  • Color Screen: YES
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Zeus or Cerberus Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • Large color screen and fonts
    • Almost the same size as the Aegis Legend (slightly smaller)
    • Centered 510 connection

Downsides:

    • The large screen and hinged battery door are more vulnerable to damage
    • No touch screen

 

Geekvape Aegis Boost

Geekvape Aegis Boost Pod Kit $22.99

  • Release Date: November 2019
  • Type: Pod System, AIO Device
  • Price Range: $35 – $40
  • Dimensions: 106.8 x 39.2 x 27.7mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 40W
  • Battery Type: Internal 1500mah Battery
  • E-liquid Capacity: 3.7mL
  • Screen: 0.42” OLED
  • Color Screen: NO

Notable Features:

    • RDTA deck option (sold separately)
    • Adjustable airflow
    • Top-fill design
    • Uses replacement coils (mesh)
    • Holds an impressive amount of e-liquid for a pod system (3.7mL)

Downsides:

    • The small screen and font size
    • Not 510 drip tip compatible
    • RDTA deck is not included with the kit
    • Limited battery capacity (only 1500mAh)

 

Geekvape Aegis Pod System

Geekvape Aegis Pod System - US $25.16 | China $17.99

  • Release Date: April 2020
  • Type: Pod System, AIO Device
  • Price Range: $25 – $35
  • Dimensions: 87.7 x 17.7 x 40mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 20W
  • Battery Type: Internal 800mah Battery
  • E-liquid Capacity: 3.5mL
  • Screen: NO

Notable Features:

    • USB Type-C charging
    • Pods hold 3.5mL of e-liquid
    • Replaceable mesh coils
    • Leakproof mechanism
    • Charges in about 45 minutes
    • One of the most durable pod systems on the market

Downsides:

    • Airflow is not adjustable
    • Power is not adjustable
    • Not ideal for MTL use (too airy)

 

Geekvape Aegis Boost Plus

Aegis Boost Plus 18650 AIO Kit by Geekvape $21.74

  • Release Date: June 2020
  • Type: Pod System, AIO Device
  • Price Range: $35 – $45
  • Dimensions: 114.2 x 49.5 x 28.6mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 40W
  • Battery Type: Single 18650 Battery
  • E-liquid Capacity: 5.5mL
  • Screen: 0.96” TFT Color Screen

Notable Features:

    • Uses a removable 18650 battery
    • More e-liquid capacity than original Boost
    • Much larger color screen (compared to original Boost)
    • Compatible with all other Boost Coils
    • Improved fill port

Downsides:

    • Not compatible with original Boost Pods or RBA Pod
    • RBA pod has not been released yet
    • Still no USB Type-C port
    • Screen fonts are very small
    • Despite using a 18650 battery, the max power output is only 40W

 

Geekvape Aegis Max

Geekvape Aegis Max 100W Kit - US $53.55 | China $43.94

  • Release Date: June 2020
  • Type: Box Mod
  • Price Range: $45 – $60
  • Dimensions: 93 x 46.3 x 34mm
  • Maximum Power Output: 100W
  • Battery Type: Single 21700 Battery
  • Screen: 0.96” OLED
  • Atomizer (Included in the Kit): Geekvape Zeus Sub-ohm Tank

Notable Features:

    • It’s basically the Aegis Solo with a bigger battery
    • Includes a solid sub-ohm tank
    • Easier access to the USB port (side of the device)

Downsides:

    • Aside from the larger battery, no significant improvements
    • Still no USB Type-C port
    • No color screen

 

Jeremy V.

My name is Jeremy and I’ve been writing for VAPE.DEALS since early 2016.  Digging for deals is what I do!  I’m a former 15-year smoker and will always be grateful that I found vaping when I did.  This site played a key role in my journey.  It kept me interested and excited about vaping during those first crucial months away from cigarettes.  Now, my ambition is to pass along that excitement to others; to help people make the switch and never return to combustible cigarettes.  This industry is important and I feel truly blessed to be a part of it.  Please feel free to reach out to me if you ever have any questions: [email protected]

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