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Binaries TH6000 Disposables Review

Binaries TH6000

4.3/5

8.6

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Design — 7.5
Build Quality — 9.0
Performance — 9.0
Flavor — 9.0

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Our Verdict

Binaries has done a lot of things well with the TH6000. The performance is good, as are the flavors, and that’s really what counts with a disposable. 

The battery and ejuice indicators are also very helpful, especially since the draw on these stays strong even as the battery dies. I like the range of flavors that they offer because it gives you lots of category choices for the type of ejuice that you want. Fruits, desserts, tobacco, ice, it’s all there.

While I’m not too fond of the large and chunky design, it definitely makes the TH6000 a comfortable device to hold and use. 

Portability is sacrificed for this comfort, but if you’re a vaper who only keeps one or two disposables on-hand at a time then this won’t bother you. Keeping a TH6000 is like having a vape pen in your pocket and that’s only a bad thing if you like to keep multiple flavors with you on-the-go.

The good news is that the TH6000 performs nearly the same as its smaller brother, the SE6000, so if the size bothers you then you can always take a look at grabbing those.

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The Binaries TH6000 is the latest addition to HorizonTech’s ever-growing lineup of disposables. Binaries is HorizonTech’s dedicated disposable brand and thus far, they’ve released the Binaries Cabin, Binaries 6K, and Binaries SE6000.

The TH6000 is similar in specs to the SE6000 but it comes in a differently shaped and designed body. The TH6000 is a large disposable that comes filled with 12ml of ejuice in 5% nicotine strength. Each one has a 650mAh battery that is rechargeable with Type-C charging. The TH6000 is rated as good for around 6000 puffs.

Like the SE6000, the TH6000 features adjustable airflow. It also features a battery life LED indicator, as well as an ejuice level LED indicator. These proved to be super useful on the SE6000 to know where your battery and ejuice were at, but we’ll see if they function just as well on the TH6000.

These disposables were sent to me directly by Binaries for the purpose of this review.


Specifications

  • Size: 108mm x 32mm x 25.5mm
  • 650mAh Rechargeable battery
  • Type-C charging
  • 50mg (5%) Nicotine strength
  • Up to 6000 puffs
  • Prefilled with 12ml of ejuice
  • 1.0Ω mesh coil
  • 30 Flavors

Design & Build Quality

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The TH6000 is a large disposable, much larger than the SE6000, and that’s strange considering that both devices have the same specs. I’ve also used smaller disposables that come with more ejuice, so it seems like Binaries intentionally made the TH6000 a large device. Why? My guess is that the larger shape is more ergonomic and ‘solid’ to hold, but I can’t say for certain that this is why.

So, how big is it exactly? At 108mm tall, 32mm wide, and 25.5mm thick, it’s a big boy. It’s tall and rectangular, with a bit of weight to it as well. You’ll have a hard time fitting more than one of these in your pocket without feeling them, and carrying around multiple at a time without a bag is out of the question.

The large body feels like a big pod vape or vape pen/mod in the hand, so it’s pretty comfortable to hold. The shell is made primarily of plastic, but the top half is wrapped with a ribbed semi-squishy material. There’s not a lot of squish but there’s enough that you can tell that it’s different. It also adds some grip to the device.

In the middle of this semi-squishy layer there’s a plastic badge that says BINARIES. On the back lower portion of the plastic body there is the flavor and nicotine strength, followed by BINARIES TH6000 printed below.

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The mouthpiece is a strange shape with straight cut angles, but I don’t have any complaints about the comfort. You can’t hold the TH6000 in your mouth to vape hand-free though, as the weight and shape of the mouthpiece make it slide right out of your lips.

These disposables come in a bunch of funky color combinations. The color, like most disposables, depends on the flavor that you get. There’s some really out there colors like mint green and pink, orange and green, and purple and baby blue.

Now, this is just my opinion, but I’m not particularly fond of the way that these look. Especially not with the color combinations. They don’t look bad but they do look odd. 

The airflow control slider on the TH6000 is large and lets you set the airflow from a RDL draw to a MTL draw, which is an interesting range for a high-strength disposable. Just below the airflow slider are the battery and ejuice LED indicators, which I will talk more about in the next section.


Features

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As far as the features go, the TH6000 is identical to Binaries SE6000 disposables. Each one comes filled with 12ml of ejuice and there is only one strength available which is 50mg/ml. Each device has a 650mAh rechargeable battery which charges with Type-C charging. The charging port is located on the bottom of the device. All of these specs come together to get you around 6000 puffs before running out of ejuice.

The battery and ejuice LED indicators are rather useful and they function the same as the Binaries SE6000. These indicators light up when you vape, starting off green for both indicators. As the battery and ejuice levels get lower, the LEDs will change from green to blue, and then to red.

I really like these indicators because it provides a lot of good info on your disposable that you otherwise wouldn’t have. You get a heads up when the battery is dying, but more importantly, you get a heads up when the ejuice is almost out. This allows you to order more before it’s finished so that you’re not stuck with a dead disposable and nothing to vape on.

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 TH6000 comes in 30 different flavors. Some of these flavors are shared with the SE6000, but there are also quite a few that are new. There are many fruit and ice combinations, but also tobacco flavors, candy flavors, and dessert flavors.

  • Apricot Mango Peach Ice
  • Banana Ice
  • Blue Razz Grapefruit Ice
  • Blue Razz Lime Ice
  • Blueberry Lemon Ice
  • Butterscotch
  • Cantaloupe Honeydew Watermelon Ice
  • Clear
  • Clear Lemonade
  • Clear Tobacco
  • Creamy Tobacco
  • Creamy Vanilla Orange Ice
  • Grape Ice
  • Iced Sweet Cream Latte
  • Lemon Cotton Candy
  • Lemon Meringue Pie
  • Mango Ice
  • Orange Apple Ice
  • Orange Mango Watermelon Ice
  • Passion Fruit Orange Ice
  • Pineapple Orange Ice
  • Strawberry Banana Ice
  • Strawberry Cookies
  • Strawberry Ice
  • Strawberry Lush Bubble Gum
  • Strawberry Pineapple Ice
  • Tobacco
  • Vanilla Strawberry Ice
  • Watermelon Apple Ice
  • Watermelon Peach Clear

Many of the flavors sound like they’re super tasty, and they are. Binaries knows what they’re doing with flavor (thanks to their know-how from making HorizonTech coils), so it’s really not surprising that the flavors are good.

 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.

Strawberry Cookies

This is a nice dessert flavor, mainly for the cookie flavor. It’s defined enough that you can taste that it’s cookie flavored, but not too powerful that it’s sickening. It’s well balanced, especially with the strawberry notes that are most noticeable on the inhale.

Creamy Tobacco

The name of this flavor is a bit misleading. It’s not quite ‘creamy’, but it is a smooth and authentic tobacco flavor. It almost has a cigar like taste that is strong and bold and it tastes really great. I like this flavor just how it is and it was my go-to flavor for the time that I used the TH6000’s.

Pineapple Orange Ice

This flavor is so good. Pineapple is the first flavor that I taste on the inhale and it’s sweet and natural. This is followed by the taste of sweet orange that goes awesome with the pineapple. The ice flavor is here but at just the right level. I love the tropical taste that this flavor brings. Any tropical fruit lover should give this a chance.

Mango Ice

This is one of the most authentic mango flavors that I’ve had the pleasure of vaping. It has a natural mango taste, not a candied one, so it’s different from a lot of mango flavors out there. The cooling is subtle but adds something nice to this flavor. This is another great fruit flavor to try.

Strawberry Lush Bubblegum

A great bubblegum flavor that actually tastes like bubblegum. The strawberry and watermelon fruit flavors are subtle, and this flavor is mostly bubblegum, but it’s really nice. It’s like chewing gum without any chewing required. It’s as sweet as a stick of gum so it isn’t too much and this makes it a nice flavor to vape on throughout the day.


How do they vape?

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The TH6000 is identical in specs to the Binaries SE6000 which I also reviewed, so it won’t surprise you to hear that they vape alike. The largest performance difference between these two devices is the draw. 

The TH6000 is capable of providing a RDL draw down to a MTL draw, so the range of airflow is quite good. However, RDL vaping a 50mg nicotine salt ejuice isn’t the most pleasant experience for me, and you probably won’t find it to be either. There’s just too much vapor and too much nicotine, so I don’t recommend trying to win a cloud competition with this disposable.

The RDL draw is good for what it is, as long as you don’t overdo the length of the draw. But my preferred way to vape the TH6000 is with the airflow mostly closed off for a proper MTL draw. With the airflow closed down there’s good, warm vapor and intense flavor; everything you could want from a disposable. 

These are also very satisfying to vape with (which can be too satisfying if you RDL vape on them). The throat hit is nice while still being a smooth draw that doesn’t make you cough.

The battery and ejuice indicators are awesome to have. The draw on these stays nearly constant even as the battery dies, so having the battery indicator to know where the battery is at is useful. The ejuice indicator is equally as helpful for when the ejuice is almost out, giving you time to purchase another disposable so that you’re not left without one.


Verdict

Binaries has done a lot of things well with the TH6000. The performance is good, as are the flavors, and that’s really what counts with a disposable. 

The battery and ejuice indicators are also very helpful, especially since the draw on these stays strong even as the battery dies. I like the range of flavors that they offer because it gives you lots of category choices for the type of ejuice that you want. Fruits, desserts, tobacco, ice, it’s all there.

While I’m not too fond of the large and chunky design, it definitely makes the TH6000 a comfortable device to hold and use. 

Portability is sacrificed for this comfort, but if you’re a vaper who only keeps one or two disposables on-hand at a time then this won’t bother you. Keeping a TH6000 is like having a vape pen in your pocket and that’s only a bad thing if you like to keep multiple flavors with you on-the-go.

The good news is that the TH6000 performs nearly the same as its smaller brother, the SE6000, so if the size bothers you then you can always take a look at grabbing those.

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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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