VOOPOO ARGUS GT II (VOOPOO Argus GT 2) 200W Starter Kit is powered by dual 18650 batteries with Type-C charging and fire up to 200W output. VOOPOO ARGUS GT 2 Starter Kit features Gene.TT 2.0 chip, IP68 certificated and Turbo mode. VOOPOO ARGUS GT 2 has 6.5ml Volcano crater design tank and is compatible with TPP-DM1, TPP-DM2, TPP-DM3, TPP-DM4 coils.
1. Powered by dual 18650 batteries, max 200W output
2. 3A type-C charging
3. Gene.TT 2.0 chip
4. IP68 certificated
5. Turbo mode
6. Volcano crater design tank
7. Compatible with TPP-DM1,TPP-DM2,TPP-DM3,TPP-DM4 coils
Unit: 1 Set
Size: 142.8* 54* 29mm
Battery: Dual 18650 batteries(not included)
Output Voltage: 0-12V
Resistance Range: 0.05-3.0ohm
Capacity: 6.5ml (Standard) / 6.5ml (US) / 2ml (TPD)
Resistance: TPP-DM2 / TPP-DM3
Package: Gift Box
Each set contain:
1pc ARGUS GT II Device
1pc MAAT Tank New (6.5ml)
1pc TPP-DM2, 0.2ohm
1pc TPP-DM3, 0.15ohm
1pc Type-C Cable
1pc User Manual
The Voopoo Argus GT II mod left on us an impression of formidable construction even before we unboxed it. The kit is packed in a silver grey metal box, engraved with the product name and slogan right on the top. It looks just premium and unique.
The box mod itself doesn’t let us down. It sports a metallic shell from head to toe, except for a faux leather patch covering the heel, the section right where we hold the device. That’s a great “teamwork” – metal creates adequate visual pops, while leather makes up for the hand feel. A really big pro.
The device feels stout in hands even though without the two 18650 batteries and tank. It should have something to do with the materials used. Voopoo Argus GT II uses IP68 certificated materials to ensure it stands proof against water, dust and severe shocks. We like this box mod and its quality manufacturing.
MAAT Tank utilizes a top fill system. It offers two fill ports, which rest on opposite sides and get covered by a silicone pad with a tiny fill hole at center. We have no complaints about the pad, as it locks in the e-liquid very well. However, this tank still leaks badly. We think the bottom AFC system should be responsible for this. In addition, the coil and tank have no tight sealing. Every time we remove the base to check the coil, some e-juice is escaping from the tank and dripping down from the low end of the coil. When we reexamined the tank after putting it aside for one day, it’s just resting in a messy puddle.