L200 (Legend 2) 21700 Classic Kit by Geekvape

L200 Legend 2 Classic 21700 Kit by Geekvape

Review by Jen_Turista

Geekvape L200 (Legend 2) Classic Kit – Dual 21700, Finally!

Well, well, well, what do we have here today?! Oh yes, much to the acclaim of a lot of vapers everywhere, Geekvape has now finally released a dual 21700 mod! That’s right! Today, we’ll be looking at the Geekvape L200 (Legend 2) Classic Kit, whose mod can use 2 x 21700 cells!

This kit was sent to me for review by Sourcemore.com (much love, Joyi!). Sourcemore is one of the biggest online vape suppliers out there, which also provides other services to businesses including wholesaling and drop-shipping. They have been around for a long time, and as a true vaping “O.G.”, they sell all kinds of vape gear as well as run serious promotions from time to time. So, be sure to check them out for your vaping needs. Take note to use “GLCK” to have a cheeky discount off the Geekvape L200 (Legend 2) Classic Kit from sourcemore.com!

When it comes to regulated sub-ohm vaping, Geekvape is an established brand in the vaping world. Their Aegis line is probably the most popular worldwide due to the devices’ build quality, reliability, and performance. It wasn’t that long ago that Geekvape released what seemed like a mass update/refresh of their Aegis line of devices, including the Legend 2 L200, which I have also reviewed on the blog (so please check that out too!). I mention this kit because it shares a lot of similarities to the kit we are reviewing today; even the name is VERY similar, so much so that any confusion can be forgiven.

And so, let’s get to it! As always, I’ll be reviewing this kit as an average vaper, as most of you reading this will be.

Packaging and Contents

I was sent the retail version of the L200 (Legend 2) Classic Kit (I’ll refer to the kit as “Classic” going forward in this review) containing:

  • The “Classic” mod/device; uses dual 21700 or 18650 batteries.
  • 2 x 18650 battery adaptors.
  • The Z Max tank has a 25 mm base diameter. But, the preinstalled 6 mL bubble glass (non-TPD) expands the diameter to 33 mm at the tank’s widest. This isn’t an issue for me as bubble glasses do tend to flare out; in my eyes, most mods can be used with the Z Max Tank even if the bubble glass sticks out a little bit.
  • A spare 4 mL bubble glass.
  • A 0.14 ohm M series coil preinstalled.
  • An extra 0.20 ohm M series coil.
  • Spare parts pack with o-rings and the usual accessories.
  • A spare drip tip.
  • A USB-C charging cable.
  • User manual, warning card, and warranty card.

Geekvape L200 Classic Kit Contents

Other Salient Features of the tank and mod include:

  • Kit dimensions at 147 x 64 x 33 mm. Even though the mod can accommodate 2 x 21700 cells, it’s actually not that much taller than the average dual 18650 cell mod, albeit a little wider and chunkier.
  • The mod being IP68 tri-proof. That is water, shock, and dustproof.
  • Mod features the “A lock” safety feature, which is a locking mechanism/switch on the mod.
  • Ranges from 5W-200W in power.
  • Maximum output current and voltage at 45A and 12V respectively.
  • Other than Power (Wattage) mode, the mod also has a Boosting mode, TC (Ni, Ti, SS), TCR, and VPC.
  • Reads 0.10 ohms to 3.0 ohms.
  • 2A Fast USB-C charging and upgrade port.
  • Coloured 1.08” TFT screen.
  • Top airflow and leakproof Z Max Tank.

Geekvape Z Max Tank Parts

Impressions and Experience

The kit comes in classic black and orange Geekvape packaging, with an outer sleeve displaying an embossed-coloured photo of the kit, device information, contents, and manufacturer information. The sleeve slides off to reveal a black box housing the mod, tank, and kit accessories. All in all, the “Classic” Kit’s presentation is concise and compact from Geekvape, which is a pro for me!

The “Classic” Kit comes in 6 designs, and I chose the Volcanic Grey finish which looks well good and unique amongst my daily vape devices!

Z Max Tank and M Series Coils

Geekvape Z Max Tank TopThe Z Max Tank preserves the now famous look of the Geekvape Zeus Sub-ohm tank, but with a bigger capacity and featuring a different line of coils. The base has a gold-plated 510 pin at the bottom and notches around it for ease of disassembly and coil installation/removal. It has top airflow, uses a standard 810 drip tip, and is a top fill tank via two very generous kidney holes, revealed via a quarter turn of the top cap.

Each section of the tank fits seamlessly into each other with no crunching sounds or sharp edges. Aesthetically, it is unmistakably a Geekvape atomiser in the Zeus (Z) series, and it looks solid and built to last. The only comment I had was that the airflow ring was a bit loose in my unit when it arrived- but it was very simple enough to address by replacing an o-ring.

Unscrewing the base allows for coil installation and removal, and the coils basically push-fit into the inner chamber, making coil management a breeze. The chamber itself has two cut-out portions where you can align the coil wick holes to be visible, ensuring quick coil uptake of e-liquid.

Airflow control is achieved by rotating a metal ring with two cyclops holes. There is a lot, and I mean a lot of airflow coming into this tank! So much so that for the way I like to vape, I usually leave the airflow just half open to temper the air coming into the coil. Saying that, despite being a top-airflow atty, the Z Max Tank provides excellent and clear flavour in combination with the supplied coils. And speaking of…

Geekvape M Coils

I have to say that I am blown away by these new M-series coils! As a whole, I can comfortably say that they are better for flavour than the Z coils I am used to from Geekvape.

Starting with the 0.14 ohm preinstalled coil, (single mesh, 60-80W, 8/10 for flavour) the succinctness of flavour just comes through from the first puff. It expresses flavour notes clearly and distinctly. The draw is warm, as expected, and I vaped this coil at 65W which was perfect for my kind of DL vaping. The coil kept up with chain vaping too which is always a huge pro, and it didn’t really over-consume e-liquid for the kind of flavour it produces. Good and dense vapour production too, so I really can’t complain at all with this coil!

geekvape M Coils TopThe 0.2-ohm coil was next (triple mesh, 70-85W, 7.5/10 for flavour) and it was a decent performer as well. Good quality flavour and clouds come through, although, in my opinion, the 0.14-ohm coil just edges it a little bit. Despite being a triple mesh coil, airflow was still quite generous with this coil, and is very warm, especially at 80W and above.

Overall, I didn’t really have any major complaints about this tank. Refilling was easy with the big kidney ports, the tank is leak-proof with the airflow coming from the top, and both supplies coils are very good partners for quality DL vaping – so this tank gets the thumbs up from yours truly!

L200 (Legend 2) Classic Mod

Geekvape L200 Classic SideProbably this kit’s major selling point is the L200 (Legend 2) Classic mod. Looks-wise, it doesn’t look markedly different from the L200 Mod apart from the size and rubberised exterior. But the big change is the ability to use dual 21700 cells, which essentially translates to vaping for longer! I have used this mod with two Molicel P42A cells, which gives me a whopping 8400 mAh to vape with all day, and then some! For DL folks who travel a lot or can’t charge batteries frequently, this is a game-changer.

Although being bigger in every dimension versus the L200, it is actually quite light on its own. It is made of mostly metal for the body, rubber to help its tri-proof qualities, padded leather for ergonomics, and some plastic for the control buttons and A-lock/switch. I really liked that Geekvape went back to the rubberised exterior because together with the metal body, the mod really feels solid and sturdy in my hand or whether I put it down.

In terms of branding, it was done similarly to the recent Aegis line refresh, with “Geekvape” debossed on the metal exterior frame, and the Geekvape logo on the rocker control button and USB-C cover. Minimalistic and certainly to my taste!

Geekvape L200 Classic TopUp top is a centred, long, and wide 510 platform, secured by four screws into the mod. This platform can easily accommodate 30 mm beast atomisers in the market, and up to 33 mm ones, if you so wish to use them. The USB-C charging port can also be found in this area, concealed by a strip of rubber to keep this part of the mod water and dust-proof.

Geekvape L200 Classic USB PortThe A-lock switch can be found on one side, which if pushed down locks all the buttons (including the fire button), and conversely unlocks all buttons when pushed up. Here is where I wish Geekvape made this switch to be multi-functional, as in, the user can select the action for the switch (lock all buttons, turn the device on/off, lock rocker control button only, etc.) to really maximise the use of this switch. Perhaps in a future update? Hmmm…

The batteries install from the bottom of the mod via a spring-loaded hinged door. This door, in turn, has a spring-loaded slider that is pulled back to disengage the door and pushed into the mod to lock with a click. Battery polarities are clearly marked inside the mod as well.

Geekvape L200 Classic Battery Door

Geekvape L200 Classic Side 2The front of the mod has the fire and rocker control buttons, as well as the TFT screen displaying expected vaping information including mode, wattage/temperature, coil resistance, battery life, voltage, puff time, and a 4-digit puff counter. In terms of the information displayed, it’s OK, but having the battery life in percentage as well would have been great!

And now, let’s talk about performance! The mod is responsive and fires quickly, with active coil reading every time an atomiser is installed on it. It performed OK in TC, but for me, wattage/power mode is where it shines best, especially with the stock coils supplied in the kit. Boosting mode was also interesting as it seemed to make the mod fire the coil at the top end of its wattage range, providing a very warm and powerful vape. If this is your thing, then boosting mode is for you! But for the way I like to vape (right now, usually at around 60W), the power mode was more than enough for what I needed in a DL vape.

Geekvape L200 Classic Display

Overall: Yay or Nay?

The kit as a whole – the tank, coils, and mod – all perform extremely well and in harmony with each other. As such, it gets a Yay from me and I highly recommend this kit for DL vapers out there.

Especially for those who were hoping for a dual 21700 Geekvape kit, or those who felt a little let down when Geekvape got rid of the rubberised exterior in the L200 (which was the update to the original Aegis Legend), the L200 (Legend 2) Classic Kit will certainly tick those boxes and is THE kit to buy!

The flavour from the M-series coils is comparable with most RTAs out there, at least in my opinion, and so much so that I’m already looking for a pack of replacement coils!

I think I only recharged my 21700 batteries twice in one week when I was reviewing this kit. Of course, how frequently you charge your cells will depend on many factors, including the type/brand of cells you use and how much power you demand from the mod, but I was really pleased with charging less frequently.

I will certainly continue to use this kit in my daily vaping life. Once again, my deepest thanks to Joyi and Sourcemore for sending me this kit for review! To purchase the kit, head over to Sourcemore via the links at the start of the review and be sure to use that code mentioned!

This review was written by jen_turista who is very active within the vape community. You can go give her a follow on Instagram and Twitter.

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