Our Review On The Halo Reactor Starter Kit

Halo Reactor Starter Kit

Halo have been around for some time now, and they are definitely among the pioneers of the vaping industry in the United States. They are mostly known for their excellent e-juices, however in the last months they totally updated all the vaping gear and now they offer some pretty neat starter kits at affordable prices.

Halo Reactor kit blueToday we are going to take a look at the Halo Reactor, a box mod and sub ohm tank combo that’s built to offer a very satisfying vaping experience paired with a long lasting battery. It’s something very similar to the iStick 50W but it’s rebranded by the American company and it also includes a free 30ml bottle of e-liquid, which makes this an outstanding deal.

The Halo Reactor Starter Kit comes packed in a transparent plastic box and inside you’ll find the mod and tank (fitted with a 0.5 Ohm coil), as well as the user manual, a wall adapter, a micro-USB charging cable, a spare 0.5 Ohm coil, and a spare drip tip (wide bore). The mod itself feels very well built and durable and it’s perfectly balanced in the hand. It comes with a spring loaded 510 pin at the top, the fire button on the side and the adjustment buttons as well as the display on the face of the mod (with the micro-USB slot located on the back).

This kit is powered by a massive 4400mAh internal battery and it’s a variable wattage device that can reach a maximum power output of 50W. That’s more than enough for a regular sub ohm vape, especially with these coils being rated for a maximum of 50W. However, you can use the mod with any 22mm tank, RDA or RDTA you might have lying around your desk and due to the huge capacity it’s going to be enough to last you the whole day.Halo Reactor tank silver

The thing I like about the Halo Reactor is that it’s really easy to use. You simply turn on the device, adjust the wattage you like and then you simply enjoy their wonderful e-liquid. The tank is a 5ml / 22mm stainless steel and Pyrex glass cloud chucking machine and it’s specifically built for sub ohm vaping. With the help of the airflow adjustment ring you can set it for a very loose draw and that’s just perfect at around 40-45 Watts.

This kit is the perfect setup to taste some of Halo’s new High VG e-liquids and the amount of vapor these produce is simply breathtaking. The flavor is also very intense and I’m always surprised how little the battery drains after hours and hours of puffing.

Halo Reactor coilMy experience with the Halo Reactor has been stellar so far, with no issues whatsoever. No dry hits even at 45 Watts (and High VG e-liquid), no gurgling, no spit-back and no errors on the display. It’s a device suited for any type of vaper that’s looking to enjoy big clouds without the mess and fuss of building coils at home. It’s definitely not cloud chasing material like some of these new RDAs or RDTAs but for the average vaper this a big step forward from an eGo or a cig-a-like.