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Geekvape Aegis Pod Review: The Toughest & Smallest Aegis

Geekvape Aegis Pod



Geekvape Aegis Pod 2
Design — 8.5
Build Quality — 8.5
Pod & Coils — 9.0
Performance — 9.0
Flavor — 9.0
Battery Life — 7.5



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When I think of Geekvape one word comes to mind: durability. Their IP67 rated devices like the Aegis Legend, Aegis Solo, Aegis Squonk and Aegis Boost are some of the toughest around. And they’re not only tough; they’re also some of the best performing devices that you can get.

The Geekvape Aegis Pod is their latest IP67 rated device. Whereas the Aegis Boost is larger and perhaps more complicated than a beginner vaper might like, the Aegis Pod is Geekvape’s first simple and compact pod device.

The Aegis Pod is small, slim, and light. It’s IP67 water, dust, and shock resistant. It packs an 800mAh battery and charges through a Type-C port. It has a 3.5ml capacity pod and comes with two 0.6ohm coils that are good for both regular nicotine ejuices and nicotine salts. This device is much more pocketable than the Aegis Boost so I’m excited to see if it performs on a similar level. Let’s find out.

Box ContentsGeekvape Aegis Pod Box Contents

  • 1 x Aegis Pod Device
  • 1 x Aegis Pod (3.5ml, Pre-Installed)
  • 2 x 0.6ohm Mesh G.Coils
  • 1 x Type-C Cable


  • 88.1mm x 40.3mm x 18mm
  • 18W Max. Constant Output
  • Weighs 73g
  • IP67 Rating
  • 3.5ml Pod Capacity
  • 800mAh Battery
  • Type-C Charging
  • Button Activated

Design & Build Quality

  • Geekvape Aegis Pod 3

From the moment you see it, the Aegis Pod is immediately recognizable as a Geekvape device. It has Geekvape’s signature “Aegis” look to it with its stitched leather patch surrounded by metal bezels, and the signature rubberized sides. Even though the shape is completely different from other Geekvape devices, the Aegis Pod stays true to the traditional Aegis design.

Where this really differs from other Geekvape devices is its size. The Aegis Pod is only 88mm tall, 40.3mm wide, and 18mm thick. This is definitely the thinnest and smallest Aegis yet. I can’t quite conceal it in my hand, but then again my hands are small. If you’ve got average sized hands you can probably palm this without an issue. The 18mm thickness allows me to slip it into my pocket easily.

As of now the Aegis Pod is available in four colors: black, silver, gunmetal, and rainbow. They all come with black leather, although the color of the stitching and the color of the body varies by which one you pick up.

There’s only one button on the Aegis Pod and that’s the firing button. It’s raised from the body of the device so it’s easy to activate. I found it most comfortable to thumb-fire but it can be index-fired just the same. The button is firm and clicky but I still found myself accidentally activating it at times. The button could do with being a bit harder to press.

Overall, the Aegis Pod is a good looking and well-built device. I like the compact size and slim profile because it’s much more portable than the Aegis Boost. The build quality is on-point and nothing short of perfect — exactly what I expected from a Geekvape product.


  • Geekvape Aegis Pod Coils

You get one pod in the package and that’s fine by me because the Aegis Pod uses replaceable coils. You can reuse the pod. The pod is lightly tinted to match the device but it’s still easy to see the ejuice inside.

The pod has a 3.5ml capacity. This is only slightly lower than the 3.7ml capacity of the Aegis Boost pods. The pod doubles as the mouthpiece and it’s quite wide and convex in shape. It takes a bit of getting used to. It’s not uncomfortable per se but it would have been more comfortable to use if it was indented.

The pod pressure fits into the device and it’s held in place by clips. The pod sits very securely in the device, maybe even too securely. I found it difficult to remove the pod because the smooth sides give nothing to grip. Good luck if you have sweaty palms!

The fill port is situated on the bottom of the pod and consists of a thick rubber plug. This plug is deep and plugs the fill port well. It’s easy to remove and gives you access to a single, large and round fill port. This fill port can fit any type of ejuice bottle or nozzle. Because this is a single hole, I sometimes had problems if I filled fast where ejuice would come back out the fill port. Take your time filling and you won’t have this issue.

Two identical 0.6ohm mesh coils come in the package. These are Geekvape’s new G.coil type coils which will apparently be compatible with future products in the same 5-20W power range. This also means that any G.coil type coils that are released in the future will be compatible with the Aegis Pod (provided that they’re meant for 5-20W). Pretty neat! 

These 0.6ohm coils pressure fit into the bottom of the pod. From what I gather from the specifications of the Aegis Pod, these will fire at an 18W constant output. These coils can be used for either regular nicotine ejuices or with nicotine salts.

Coil life seems to be quite good. Even after 20ml through a single coil, it was still going strong. Only once I reached 25ml did I start to taste the flavor starting to drop off.

Battery Life & ChargingGeekvape Aegis Pod 6

The Aegis Pod has an 800mAh built-in battery; about average for a pod device. I’ve seen pod devices with smaller capacities but also ones with much larger capacities. 

Similarly, usage times are also average. From a full charge I vaped 1 and a half pods before the battery died, or just under a day of heavy use. Nothing too special but considering the small size it’s almost expected.

Charging times for the Aegis Pod are quick. Using the included cable I was able to fully recharge my Aegis Pod in only 40 minutes. So while it doesn’t have incredible usage times, it does recharge very fast.

PerformanceGeekvape Aegis Pod Performance

After spending a few weeks with the Aegis Pod, I feel like I have a good feel for the device. I’ve used the coils with both regular nicotine and salt nics in a variety of different flavors. As such, I have a pretty good idea of how good the flavor is from this device compared to other pod vapes. I also have a good grasp of how good the device performs overall.

One of the best things about the Aegis Pod is that it’s simple to use. For someone just picking up vaping, this is the perfect choice. While the Aegis Boost had airflow control and wattage adjustment, the Aegis Pod has neither. This might be seen as a downside for more experienced vapers but I think new vapers will appreciate the fact that this device just works with no settings to fiddle around with.

Adding to this, its simplicity doesn’t compromise the performance. The flavor that I get is actually really good and very enjoyable to vape on. And whether I use regular nicotine or salt nic ejuice, the performance is great all the same. The draw with a 25mg nic salt is nice and smooth and I’m sure that the 18W constant output would work great with even 35mg+. 

I used all sorts of ejuice ratios from 50/50 to 80VG and the pod didn’t leak. After long vaping sessions I would regularly check the battery/pod for ejuice but there was never any. On the other hand, the coil did seem to have trouble wicking high VG ejuice. 70VG and lower wicked perfectly, but taking quick, successive draws seemed to be too much with an 80VG ejuice and I started to taste the beginnings of a dry hit.

For all you vapers wondering about the airflow, the Aegis Pod delivers a loose MTL draw that verges on a restricted lung hit. It’s a nice draw but I would prefer if it was tighter, especially for when I’m using salt nics. If you’re looking for a device with a tight MTL draw, you’ll have to pass on the Aegis Pod.


The Aegis Pod doesn’t have airflow control or wattage adjustment, but it’s an easy to use device that just works. Advanced vapers or those looking for a tight MTL draw will likely find the device unsatisfactory. However, those new to vaping will probably enjoy the Aegis Pod because it just works and still delivers good flavor all the same.

Overall, this is a pretty good device but there are a few improvements that I can think of. A larger battery would be nice, although the quick charging makes this not too big of an issue. Making the pod easier to remove would also be a welcome change. 

For a super portable Aegis, Geekvape have done a solid job with the Aegis Pod.


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Danielle Alhiraki

Danielle is Versed Vaper’s Senior Editor for Buyer’s Guides. In addition to looking after buyer’s guides, she writes hardware reviews as well as manages our review team. Danielle used to be a pack a day smoker but vaping changed her life for the better. Smoke-free since 2015, Danielle is a huge advocate for tobacco harm reduction and has made it her mission to help other smokers make the switch to vaping. Danielle has reviewed hundreds of vaping products since joining Versed Vaper in 2018. Generally, you'll find her watching Disney movies, binging television series, or showing people pictures of her cats.


  • I bought this pod 3/4 weeks ago, haven’t touched a cigarette since. I really like it and it was recommended to me to use nic salt. I would like to drop down to a lower nicotine ejuice, can you recommend some brands that vape good in this device? I know you mentioned staying in the 70vg and below range but being new to all of this, knowing some brands would be helpful. I bought a couple of nic salts that seemed too thick for this and wondering if it was the vg amount. Thank you for your time and this review.

    • Hey Chad!

      Glad you’re liking it and not smoking cigarettes! It really is quite a good pod device.

      Dinner Lady salts or NKD100 salts are two of my go-to brands for nic salt ejuices. Most, if not all, of their nic salts are 50/50 so these will vape great with the Aegis Pod.

      You can check out our list of best nicotine salt ejuices for more good brands.

      Hope this helps and keep strong! I hope that cigarette 4 weeks ago stays your last one ever. You can do it!

  • I bought this device and love it. My question is my old device was the aspire something something and that would last for 4 months then would die. What’s the shelf life for this device. Or does it have one. Thanks

    • There isn’t really a shelf life and I can’t say for certain, but I would think that this device can last for well over a year if properly taken care of.

  • Hi. I havent used my aegis pod for a few months. When i charge it there is a solid green light but once removed, no light at all.please help. Thanks

  • Know it’s an old article but was hoping to get some info. I just bought this device after using the Aegis Nano for the past year or so. With the Nano I used the 1.2 ohm pods and would set the wattage between 11-14w. Now, with the Aegis Pod system I am finding that there is not a way to adjust to wattage like I was able to do on the NANO. I bought 1.2 ohm coils to use in my new Aegis Pod system instead of the 0.6 ohm coils that it came with. The specs for the device say it can handle 0.4 ohms-3.0 ohms. I’m guessing that this means I can use the 1.2 ohm coils? Right? I just don’t understand how it works seeing as how I cannot manually change the constant 18w output. Is there any reason why I should use the 0.6 ohm over the 1.2 ohm or vice versa? I smoke Nic salts, if that helps.

    • As long as they are G.coils and they fit then you should have no problem using the 1.2Ω coils. The Aegis Pod will automatically adjust the wattage according to the coil that you use — 18W is only the maximum output. The “constant output” refers to the fact that the draw does not get weaker as the battery dies but again, it will adjust the wattage to the coil that you use.

      For nic salts the 1.2Ω coil will likely be smoother because it won’t produce as much vapor as the 0.6Ω coil. You’re fine to use whichever one you like best!