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Blaze Subxero Kit Set

The Blaze Subxero kit is a E-Cig kit with a difference, it uses Sub-Ohm coils for better flavour and greater cloud production than a conventional eGo starter kit.

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Blaze Subxero Kit Set

For people thinking of making the switch to vaping the amount of choice on the market today is truly staggering and before they know it many are just left feeling lost and confused. The current typical suggestion for people is “Go and buy a iStick and a Sub-Ohm tank” and while it's not a bad idea not everyone wants something as bulky.

The eGo style batteries that a typical e-cig store might sell someone as their first ever mod often simply don't cut it and some people then spend yet more money to upgrade to a more powerful mod or give up on the idea of vaping completely but Atom Vapes have produced a product that offers a alternative option.

The Blaze Subxero kit is a E-Cig kit with a difference, it uses Sub-Ohm coils for better flavour and greater cloud production than a conventional eGo starter kit. Using a OCX-100 chip set that is capable of handling anything from 0.5 to 0.3 Ohms. The Blaze protects the tank from overheating and ensures that the battery charges safely.

The Blaze was designed in Holland, engineered in the UK and owned, manufactured and distributed by the Chinese so it's quite a multinational mod. 

On the whole this device sounds very good in principle but how is it in practice? We shall see.

Blaze Subxero Kit Set Features

  • 166mm long. 14mm diameter.
  • OCX-100 chip
  • Voltage: 3.7 Volt
  • Battery capacity: 900 mAh
  • Recharge time: 2-3 hours
  • Charger 4.2 Volt 420mAh Pass-Through
  • BreatheTek technology variable airflow tank
  • Thread: 510/eGo thread
  • Spring loaded copper connection
  • Resistance: 0.5-3.0 Ohm
  • German Polycarbonate tank, gun metal electroplated copper components
  • Tank capacity: 2ml
  • Replaceable bottom vertical coil. US made Kanthal wire and Japanese organic cotton. Variable liquid flow

What's in the box?

  • 1x Blaze Sub Ohm 800mAh Pass-Through Battery
  • 1x Inferno Sub Ohm Tank
  • 1x Ignite 0.5 Ohm Coil
  • 1x Ignite 1.2 Ohm Coil
  • 1x Micro USB Charger
  • 1x Microfibre Cleaning Cloth
  • 3x Vinyl Waterproof Blaze Skins
  • 2x User Manuals. (One for the battery and one for the coils)
  • Product Promotional Leaflet

I have to state that I think the packaging for this device is absolutely excellent. It is eye catching and highly professional, bundled with extras and the fact that there are two manuals included means someone new to vaping will be able to use this product right away. What is nice is the fact that all the material used in the packaging is made from 100% recycled materials, not all manufacturers are as conscientious.

Included in the box are three vinyl waterproof sticker/skins that people can use to personalize their mod further. It's a good little extra and should you want other designs you can purchase them from Atom Vapes.

Ease of use

This device is very simple to use. It follows the standard five clicks on, five clicks off. To vape simply hold down the button and as the battery charge reduces the light will change colour.

The tank fills in the same manner as a Kanger Protank or equivalent. Simple unscrew the base and fill to the side of the tank avoiding putting any liquid in the chimney, When filled replace the base.

Airflow can be adjusted by the ring located on the tank itself and you can have a very open or quite tight draw depending on your own preference.

How does the Blaze Subxero vape?

I firstly filled up the Inferno tank with PULP's Eagle Creek Tobacco. I have to be honest I wasn't really expecting much from my first vape since I am the kind of person that prefers high powered mods. To my surprise the vape was good, very good. Flavour was excellent and very crisp and the vapour this little device put out is really quite impressive. Don't misunderstand me it's nothing like a true Sub-Ohm tank but compared to the very weak vape you get from a standard eGo battery the Blaze is in a completely different league.

The vapour produced is very good considering that this is basically a eGo battery and for those people who may remember the old CE4 clearomizers and their first Kanger eGo or Vision Spinner the Blaze is nothing like that, frankly it's miles better. I was seriously impressed with how satisfying a vape it was, the clear highlights being the good flavour and the amount of vapour produced.

In fact I actually enjoyed the vape enough to fill up the Inferno with another liquid. I refilled with Claim Your Throne and for the first couple of vapes I could still taste Eagle Creek Tobacco but it went away quite quickly and then I could taste butterscotch goodness. It was really nice and I was happy with the vape so I didn't feel like I had wasted any of my premium e-juice in it.

My only real concern with this device is the heat build up that occurs when vaping. If you are a modest user and take infrequent puffs then it will be fine. However if you plan to chain vape on this be warned that the metal parts of the device can get very hot, even the battery can get warm too but you won't have a problem as long as you don't touch the metal. The issue only really occurs when using the 0.5 Ohm coil, the 1.2 Ohm doesn't seem to have that problem. However the 1.2 Ohm doesn't put out anywhere near as much vapour and it did seem like the coil needed a second or two to ramp up.

Personally I wouldn't suggest you ever chain vape when using the 0.5 Ohm coil mainly because of the heat and secondly because it runs the battery down in no time at all. I actually did chain vape myself simply to find the limits of the device and get a idea of how long the battery charge lasts but seriously don't follow my example because I was only testing.

In my opinion I think Atom Vapes could improve the device by adding additional battery venting since the heat build up can be a problem if you continually vape away on it.

When I excessively vaped on the device the battery lasted about three to four hours with the 0.5 Ohm coil, but bear in mind I was vaping a lot. For a average user I would expect this device to last a full day and at worst case about eight hours.

Once nice advantage is that the device includes pass-through so you can plug it into a USB port on your computer and just vape away. The charging port is located on the bottom of the device and the cable is quite long.

One thing I would suggest is not covering the base of the device because that is where the battery venting holes are located. The Inferno tank builds up a lot of condensation when vaping so be prepared to clean that up every now and then if it bothers you. If I had one little gripe it is that the tank should have a removable drip tip.

One final impressive feature is the airflow control itself which can be adjusted to provide either a mouth to lung or a lung inhale vape experience. The coils themselves also allow for the adjustment of juice flow to the coil by tweaking a little control ring on them and this is fully detailed in the manual.

Charging is very simple but while the USB attaches without issue it is something of a tight fit. Charging time takes about four hours but like I said earlier it does support pass-through.


For the kind of person that just needs a compact and lightweight device to provide a quick, satisfying fix to keep them off the cigarettes then I think the Blaze Subxero is a very worthwhile choice compared to the standard eGo batteries currently available which I feel are somewhat lacking. I think that if this kind of product was available when I first quit cigarettes almost three years ago now then I certainly wouldn't have felt compelled to upgrade my vaping gear as quickly as I did.

Many thanks to Grey Haze who kindly submitted The Blaze Subxero Kit Set for us to review.

Priced at £19.99 the Blaze is very competively priced against typical eGo style starter kits. Replaceable coils for the Inferno tank are priced at £1.99.

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