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Binaries SE6000 Disposables Review

Binaries SE6000

4.3/5

8.6

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Design — 7.5
Build Quality — 9.0
Performance — 9.0
Flavors — 9.0

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Our Verdict

The Binaries SE6000 is a good, if not a little strange looking, disposable. All of the things that I look for in a disposable are there: good flavor, a nice draw, and trouble-free performance. 

It even has bonus features that make it even better in the form of the battery and ejuice indicators. These indicators are simple, but they communicate useful information about each disposable and that can save you from leaving the house with a unit that is almost out of ejuice.

The amount of flavors is also impressive. The 33 that Binaries offers for the SE6000 are not just your typical fruit flavors, but filled with intriguing flavors to try and test.

The worst that I can say is that the design is attention-grabbing and the airflow control dial is strange. Otherwise, these are great disposables and I can confidently recommend that you try them.

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Binaries is a disposable brand that has been steadily gaining popularity over the last year. Binaries is owned by HorizonTech, one of the largest and most popular vape brands. HorizonTech are known for their subohm tanks like the Aquila and Sakerz Master.

Now, with their Binaries brand, HorizonTech is trying their hand at disposables. We’ve already reviewed a few of their offerings, like the Binaries Cabin and Binaries 6K, so make sure to check those out if you haven’t.

Today, I’m reviewing the Binaries SE6000. It’s a uniquely shaped (or should I say, oddly shaped) disposable that comes filled with 12ml of ejuice in 5% (50mg) nicotine strength. Each one is good for 6000 puffs and features a rechargeable 650mAh battery. In all, there are 33 flavors available.

The Binaries SE 6000 also has a few other interesting features like an adjustable airflow wheel, a battery life indicator, and an ejuice level indicator.


Specifications

  • Size: 74mm x 49mm x 24.6mm
  • 650mAh Rechargeable battery
  • Type-C charging
  • 50mg (5%) Nicotine strength
  • Up to 6000 puffs
  • Prefilled with 12ml of ejuice
  • 1.0Ω coil
  • 33 Flavors

Design & Build Quality

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The design of the Binaries SE6000 is very different from Binaries previous disposables. It’s a square shaped disposable that is tiny and compact at 74mm tall, 49mm wide, and 24.6mm thick. The sides and corners are rounded, so it’s comfortable to hold and use, and the size allows you to carry one or two at the same time without feeling bulky.

The design is strange and certainly unique with a two-tone, two-piece plastic shell and a large circular airflow control dial on the front of each one. The lower half of the shell is white for each device. It’s here that you’ll find “BINARIES SE6000” printed in a silver font, with the flavor printed in smaller font beneath it. Under this is the battery life and ejuice level indicators, which I’ll talk more about in the features section of this review.

The upper piece of the shell comes in a different color plastic depending on which flavor you choose, with the color matching the flavor. For instance, Blue Razz Blueberry Ice has a blue shell while Watermelon Berry Sour Belts has a red shell. 

The shells are brightly colored for all of the flavors and, paired with the shiny plastic finish, it makes these disposable stand out. I wouldn’t go so far as to call them toyish, but they are very fun and vibrant and maybe a bit too vibrant for my personal liking.

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The mouthpiece is one piece with the upper shell. It’s small but nicely sloped and curved to be comfortable when vaping. The hole is large though, so you have to be careful that lint doesn’t get trapped in it when you put these in your pocket.

The airflow control wheel on the front of the Binaries SE6000 is weird but cool. You can adjust the airflow by spinning the wheel clockwise to restrict it and counter clockwise to open the airflow up. Looking inside the airflow slot, I can see a series of small airflow holes which get blocked off as you close the airflow. 

At first, I found the dial difficult to turn, but after playing around with it a bit it loosened up and became much easier to use. It’s still not my favorite method of adjusting airflow though. I understand that Binaries was trying to do something unique to set this device apart, but I feel like they’ve sacrificed the practicality and simplicity of a regular airflow slider to achieve this goal.

Taking in the whole design, there’s nothing majorly wrong with the Binaries SE6000 but the airflow control ring is a bit strange and the brightly colored shells really stand out. Otherwise, they’re a nice shape to use and vape on and they’re pretty portable as well.


Features

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Each Binaries SE6000 disposable comes prefilled with 12ml of ejuice. There is only one strength available which is 50mg (5%) nicotine strength. Each one has a 650mAh battery which is rechargeable with Type-C charging. Altogether, each one should last for around 6000 puffs before needing to be thrown away.

Now for the interesting features: the battery and ejuice LED indicators. These are two separate LED indicators which are located near the bottom-front of each device. Each one lights up when you vape, starting off green for both indicators. As the battery and ejuice level get lower, the LEDs will change from green to blue, and then finally red. 

This is a game changer to me because it solves some of the major problems with disposables right now. No more disposable battery dying when you least expect it, or running out of ejuice when you’re far from a vape store.

The indicators function as follows:

Battery Indicator

  • Green LED: 50-100% battery
  • Blue LED: 20-49% battery
  • Red LED: 0-19% battery

E-liquid Indicator

  • Green LED: 60-100%
  • Blue LED: 10-59%
  • Red LED: 0-9%

Flavors

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The Binaries SE6000, like Binaries other disposables, comes in a mass amount of flavors. As of now, there are 33 flavors available. These flavors are:

  • Blackcurrant Grape Ice
  • Blue Raspberry Ice
  • Blue Razz Blueberry Ice
  • Blue Razz Marshmallow
  • Cherry Cola Ice
  • Cherry Lemon Ice
  • Clear
  • Clear Tobacco
  • Creamy Tobacco
  • Creamy Vanilla Orange Ice
  • Fruity Portuguese Custard Tarts
  • Grape Gummy Candy
  • Green Grape Apple Ice
  • Green Grape Ice
  • Iced Toasted Vanilla Espresso
  • Loganberry Ice
  • Lush Ice
  • Passion Fruit Ice
  • Peach Blue Razz Ice
  • Peach Mango Watermelon Ice
  • Pina Colada Ice
  • Pink Lemonade Ice
  • Rainbow Candy
  • Root Beer Ice
  • Strawberry Banana Ice
  • Strawberry Ice Cream
  • Strawberry Kiwi Ice
  • Strawberry Mango Ice
  • Tobacco
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Vimto Ice
  • Watermelon Berry Sour Belts
  • Watermelon Blue Razz Ice

These flavors are not shared with the Binaries 6K so they are 33 totally new flavors for Binaries. You can see from the list above that there are lots of fruit and ice flavors, as well as drink, tobacco, and dessert flavors.

 I’m going to describe how five of these flavors taste to me and what I think of them. However, keep in mind that just because I like a flavor that does not mean that you will like it. Similarly, if I don’t like a flavor this does not mean that you will not like it. This is solely my subjective opinion.

Iced Toasted Vanilla Espresso

This is a flavor combination that I’ve never tried before but it’s right up my alley. The sweet and bold espresso flavor combined with vanilla is really enjoyable. It might be a bit too rich and heavy for some vapers but if you like a heavy and bold flavor then this is one to try.

Watermelon Berry Sour Belts

This has a light and sweet, candied watermelon taste that is truly savory. There’s a touch of strawberry and a little tang here too which rounds out the flavor nicely.  The level of sweet and candied is well-balanced and I really enjoy it. I kept this flavor close with me throughout my entire review.

Vanilla Ice Cream

This has that signature ‘ice cream’ flavor that I’m not a big fan of, and it’s made worse for me by the fact that the vanilla isn’t very strong. It’s too heavy and bold of an ice cream flavor for me to like, so I didn’t vape on this too heavily. This one was my least favorite of the flavors that I tried.

Creamy Tobacco

The box and name are misleading for this flavor because while it’s named ‘creamy’ tobacco and there’s an image of a milky substance on the box, all I can taste is tobacco. To be fair, it is a nice and smooth tobacco flavor, but it’s still very strong. The lack of a ‘creamy’ taste is actually a plus for me because I like pure tobacco flavors, just don’t expect anything more.

Blue Razz Blueberry Ice

There’s lots of flavor here for being a Blue Razz variant. The raspberry and blueberry pair really well and come together for a flavor that really pops. It’s very fruity and on the cusp of being too sweet, but it’s not. The ice here is at a low level and not too powerful; it’s at the right level for this flavor.


How do they vape?

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I’ve had the chance to use all of Binaries disposables that they’ve released and so when I started using the Binaries SE6000, the experience felt familiar. To me, they vape a lot like the Binaries 6k. They use the same resistance coil and even the airflow feels the same. It’s like the same vape, but in a different body.

For those who aren’t familiar with the Binaries 6k, I’ll go into more detail. The vapor is nice and warm and you get a MTL draw even with the airflow wide open. Closing down the airflow provides a tighter draw and even warmer vapor, while also further concentrating the flavor.

Nicotine satisfaction is also there with the Binaries SE6000. The 5% strength is strong but not overpowering and very satisfying to vape. I get a nice throat hit from these, but the vapor is smooth and not cough-inducing. 

I really like the battery and ejuice indicators. They give you heads-up on where each device is at and it’s saved me from leaving the house with a device that was nearly out of ejuice. These indicators bring these disposables closer to being pod vapes in a way, which is quite cool.

The strength of the draw stays pretty consistent and only gets weaker once the battery is nearly completely drained. It’s a good experience throughout the life of a charge, which lasts for 200-300 puffs. 


Verdict

The Binaries SE6000 is a good, if not a little strange looking, disposable. All of the things that I look for in a disposable are there: good flavor, a nice draw, and trouble-free performance. 

It even has bonus features that make it even better in the form of the battery and ejuice indicators. These indicators are simple, but they communicate useful information about each disposable and that can save you from leaving the house with a unit that is almost out of ejuice.

The amount of flavors is also impressive. The 33 that Binaries offers for the SE6000 are not just your typical fruit flavors, but filled with intriguing flavors to try and test.

The worst that I can say is that the design is attention-grabbing and the airflow control dial is strange. Otherwise, these are great disposables and I can confidently recommend that you try them.

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Robert Barnes

Robert is the Senior Editor for News and Reviews here at Versed Vaper. Robert previously worked in tech journalism and even wrote commercials. Initially, he joined our team to cover important vaping industry news. Now, he oversees and produces news, reviews, and deals content across a wide variety of topics ranging from law and policy changes, ENDS (Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems) products and Cannabis and CBD vaping products. When he’s not keeping track of all the latest vaping trends, he can most likely be found marathoning television series or playing with his awesome dog, Lupa.

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