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Aspire Cyber G Vape Pen Review

Aspire Cyber G

4.3/5

8.6

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Design — 7.5
Build Quality — 8.5
Pod & Coils — 9.0
Performance — 8.5
Flavor — 9.0
Battery Life — 9.0

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Our Verdict

Having now used all of Aspire’s new Cyber series devices, I can confidently say that all three, including the Cyber G, are simple yet flavorful pod vapes. 

The Cyber G is a pod vape that you can purchase, fill, and vape with, and this makes it perfect for new and beginner vapers. The flavor is good, the MTL draw is similarly nice, and you can use it with nicotine salt or freebase ejuices of all strengths. For how simple it is, it’s a good device.

However, if I had to pick a device out of the Cyber series lineup, I think I would go with the Cyber S. The Cyber G is good, but it’s outshined by it’s brother which offers a constant output, a smaller and slimmer footprint, and an overall (in my opinion) nicer design.

This isn’t to say that you shouldn’t get the Cyber G if you like the look, but performance wise I would place it behind the Cyber S. Still, the Cyber G is a solid vape pen that delivers on flavor and if you’re looking for a new beginner vape pen, you should definitely consider getting it.

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The Cyber G is the third product in Aspire’s “Cyber” series of pod vapes. Unlike the Cyber S and Cyber X which are traditional pod vapes, the Cyber G is a vape pen that uses a 3ml capacity pod tank. It’s still small and portable, just in a different form factor than its siblings.

The Cyber G is made of aluminum alloy and features draw activated and button activated firing. It has an 850mAh battery that recharges with Type-C charging and features a neat LED ring around the base of the device to signal your charge level. Last but not least, the Cyber G comes with two refillable pods with built-in coils.

The Cyber G looks just as futuristic as Aspire’s other Cyber series devices, but is it leaps ahead of the competition? 


Box Contents

  • 1 x Aspire Cyber G Device
  • 1 x 0.8Ω TG Pod
  • 1 x 1.0Ω TG Pod
  • 1 x Type-C Cable
  • 1 x User Manual

Specifications

  • Aluminum Alloy construction
  • Size: 122mm x Φ19.5
  • Weight: 42g
  • Pod Capacity: 3.0ml
  • Button/Draw activated
  • MTL draw
  • Battery Capacity: 850mAh
  • Charging: 1A Type-C

Design & Build Quality

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Just like the Cyber S and Cyber X, Aspire has gone with a futuristic design theme for the Cyber G. It’s a lot less cool looking than the other Cyber series devices though, as those feature an entirely clear shell while the Cyber G features a shell that is mostly aluminum.

A small top portion of the Cyber G is made of transparent plastic which easily allows you to see the pod and some of the circuit board. The bottom portion is made of aluminum alloy. I’m not sure why Aspire didn’t go with an entirely clear shell for the Cyber G as it would have undoubtedly looked more futuristic.

The small clear portion doesn’t let you see too much of the internals other than a bit of the circuit board around the power button. However, it does let you clearly see the pod, which itself is completely clear. The pod attaches magnetically and makes a strong connection with the magnets in the Cyber G. There is some wiggle of the pod if you try to move it around but it’s not going to fall out on its own.

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The aluminum alloy portion of the shell comes in six colors: blue, black, green, pink, brown, silver, and amber orange. I received the amber orange color and it’s almost the same color as the aspire logo orange, which is neat. The matte metallic finish looks good and doesn’t pick up fingerprints, scratches, or smudges. It’s been durable during my use so that’s a good sign for long term use of the Cyber G.

The button on the Cyber G is round and features an engraved aspire “a” logo. The button is firm, takes some pressure to activate, and overall feels solid and well-made.

Near the bottom of the Cyber G there is an LED ring that circles the device. This LED lights up when you draw and turns the Cyber G into a sort of vape glowstick. It looks really cool, especially in the dark, but as a consequence it’s also attention-grabbing.


Pods

Aspire Cyber G - Pods

The pods for the Cyber G look more like pod tanks than traditional pod vape pods, but aside from their appearance they function in just the same manner as any other pod. These pods have a 3ml capacity and the coils are non-removable and built into the pods. These coils are the same as the ones found in Aspire’s other Cyber series pods, but due to the shape of the tank these pods are not compatible with any other Cyber series devices.

You get two pods with the Cyber G: a 0.8Ω pod and a 1.0Ω pod. These pods are entirely transparent so you can see into them without a problem. This makes filling and keeping track of the ejuice inside a piece of cake. You can easily glance at the pod through the clear shell of the Cyber G and see where your ejuice level is at.

Aspire Cyber G - Pod Fill Port

These pods are filled through a rubber port on the side of the pod. The fill hole is large enough for 30ml and 60ml bottles, which are most likely what you will be using as the Cyber G will work best with nicotine salt ejuices.

As a whole, the pods are simple with nothing too fancy about them but they do what they’re meant to do. They’re easy to fill and it’s easy to see your ejuice level — more than I can say about a lot of other pod vapes.


How to use the Cyber G

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Unlike the Cyber S and Cyber X, the Cyber G does not feature any sort of adjustable airflow. It’s a simple device where what it offers is what you get, and there isn’t much to adjust. 

The only adjustable feature that the Cyber G offers is the ability to disable the draw or button activated firing. You can do this by pressing the power button three times and two LEDs, located next to the fire button, will light up. You can then press the power button to cycle through the active draw modes. The vaping modes are as follows:

  • Two LED lights: Both button and auto-draw vaping are enabled.
  • Left LED light only: Only draw activated vaping is enabled. Button activation will not work.
  • Right LED only: Only button activated vaping is enabled. Draw activation will not work.

This isn’t a feature that I used often, for the simple reason that I like to use both methods of vaping throughout the day. I didn’t find the need to disable the button activated firing when I put the device in my pocket either because the button is firm enough that I didn’t have instances of accidental firing. Plus, you can always just turn the device off by pressing the button five times to prevent accidental firing. 


Battery & Charging

Aspire Cyber G - 6 Charging Port

The Cyber G is a slim device, but the 850mAh battery that it packs gets quite a bit of mileage on a single charge. The pods hold 3ml of ejuice and I consistently vaped nearly two full pods per charge. Being able to vape almost 6ml of ejuice per charge is great and definitely good battery life in my books. 

The LED ring at the base of the Cyber G lights up each time that you vape and like most other devices, it lights up in one of three colors:

  • Green: 60-100%
  • Blue: 30-60%
  • Red: Less than 30%

While the battery lasts a while, charging speed could be improved. The Cyber G only supports 1A Type-C charging through a port on the bottom of the device, and I timed full charges at around 1 hour and 10 minutes. A bit lengthy for the size of the battery, but also not the end of the world.


Performance

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The Cyber G performs a lot like Aspire’s other Cyber series devices, with the main difference between them being the form factor. The Cyber G is also not a constant output device, so the draw gets weaker as the battery dies, but it’s still pleasant enough to use until it runs out of charge.

This lack of a constant output is one reason why I would place the Cyber G as a worse device than the Cyber S. Even though both devices use the same coils and essentially deliver the same experience, the Cyber G doesn’t deliver as consistent of a vape and this hurts the experience when compared to its sibling.

As a whole though, when not comparing it to the other Cyber devices, it’s still a pretty good vape. Both pods perform nearly the same, although the 0.8Ω pod delivers a draw that is a little stronger than the 1.0Ω pod. 

Flavor is good from both pods, especially near a full charge, and the pods will work well with either nicotine salt or freebase ejuices. I used 30mg nicotine salts but these pods can handle a wide range of nicotine strengths (up to 50mg will work just fine).

As for airflow, both pods deliver a mouth to lung draw that is slightly towards the tight MTL side, but not so tight that you have to struggle to vape.

My primary complaint with the Cyber G is the amount of condensation build up that forms under the pod. This was clearly condensation and not leaking because I found mass amounts of droplets under the pod and not a pool of ejuice, but it’s still concerning. 

Even the manual recommends cleaning under the pod and where the pod makes a connection in order to keep the device functioning for the long term, so make sure that you do this. 


Verdict

Having now used all of Aspire’s new Cyber series devices, I can confidently say that all three, including the Cyber G, are simple yet flavorful pod vapes. 

The Cyber G is a pod vape that you can purchase, fill, and vape with, and this makes it perfect for new and beginner vapers. The flavor is good, the MTL draw is similarly nice, and you can use it with nicotine salt or freebase ejuices of all strengths. For how simple it is, it’s a good device.

However, if I had to pick a device out of the Cyber series lineup, I think I would go with the Cyber S. The Cyber G is good, but it’s outshined by it’s brother which offers a constant output, a smaller and slimmer footprint, and an overall (in my opinion) nicer design.

This isn’t to say that you shouldn’t get the Cyber G if you like the look, but performance wise I would place it behind the Cyber S. Still, the Cyber G is a solid vape pen that delivers on flavor and if you’re looking for a new beginner vape pen, you should definitely consider getting it.

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Adam Alhiraki

Adam is the founder and Editor-In-Chief of Versed Vaper. Originally a smoker, he started vaping in 2013 and has been completely smoke-free since 2015. With over a decade of personal experience and more than five years of professional experience in testing and reviewing vaping products, his oversight ensures that Versed Vaper provides genuine, honest, and accurate information that you can rely on. Adam loves trying as many different tanks, mods, and ejuices as he can get his hands on and he has tested and/or tried the vast majority of vaping products to hit the market since 2018. When he's not reviewing, researching, or writing, you can find him watching tennis, PC gaming, or playing with his three mischievous cats.

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