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VAPORESSO COSS Click

VAPORESSO sent in their latest kit to take on traditional disposable vapes, the VAPORESSO COSS Click

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VAPORESSO are releasing their COSS Click disposable vape soon, so they sent some over for us to try out.

The COSS Click is a 600mAh, rechargeable disposable vape that comes with 10ml of Vaporesso’s 20mg Deliciu nicotine salt juice in a little bottle that you shove in the device and ‘click’ a button. You then turn the whole thing upside down to transfer some of the juice to the 2ml enclosure that has one of their excellent Corex coils in it. Basically it’s a 10ml disposable that’s TPD compliant and VAPORESSO have gone with a limit of 6000 puffs for this device which is good news for disposable fans.

It took a while to figure out what to do with it at first, but the jist is that you take the little juice bottle out of its wrapper, push it right up into the obvious hole in the device (ooo-er missus) until it locks in, then turn the whole thing upside down while holding the button at the top so that you can fill up the highly visible window where the coil is until it’s full. When the juice runs out in the tank area, you hold the button again, turn over again and refill. VAPORESSO advise that you leave the device alone for three minutes after filling for the first time. You also get to see how much juice is left up in the coil area and there’s a handy window at the bottom of the device that lets you see how much reserve juice is left as well. This window at the bottom is also backlit by a LED light when you take a draw to let you know how much of a charge is left in the device, green for 100/70%, blue for 70/30%, and red for 30% and under.

There’s a handy sticker on the device to show you what to do so I didn’t have to run to the manual for help, but I did that anyway as I wasn’t sure whether I should have taken the foil off the top of the bottle first (you don’t by the way). One thing you don’t get in the pack is a USB type C cable for re-charging, but I imagine we’d all have plenty of those kicking around anyway.

The COSS Click really is quite a novel way around the TPD limits on disposables, but the cynic in me can’t help but wish it was a device in its own right and had replaceable coils. I suppose the design wouldn’t allow for that perhaps though and it does cost a lot less than a run of the mill disposable device in that you’re getting several times the amount of juice that also goes through a proper coil rather than being soaked up in a wad of cotton. This must surely make the juice last that wee bit longer and taste better as a result. I believe the COSS Click is going to cost around £12.99 in the UK, which saves quite a lot of money if you’re already buying throw away devices at around four or five quid each. 

There are fifteen flavours available at present, and the range can be seen on the VAPORESSO site.

  • Paradise Fusion: A punchy blend of dark grape, sweet strawberry and citrusy orange notes.
  • Fizzy Cherry: A classic fusion of fizzy soda notes with the sweet flavour of cherry.
  • Strawberry Watermelon Breeze: Tropical watermelon and sweet strawberry with a cool icy finish.
  • Watermelon Ice: Sweet, juicy notes of watermelon paired with frosty ice on exhale.
  • Strawberry Kiwi: A bold combination of sweet strawberry and juicy-tasting kiwi.
  • Menthol: A cool blend from start to finish, thanks to a distinct menthol flavour.
  • Triple Melon: The bold taste of mixed tropical melons provides sweet and juicy notes throughout this blend.
  • Strawberry Raspberry Cherry Ice: Balances sweet strawberry, tart raspberry and dark cherry before finishing things with cool ice.
  • Berry Ice: A mixed berry medley of strawberry, blueberry and raspberry plays between sweet and sour before an icy twist takes over.
  • Double Apple: Combines red and green apples to create a sweet and sour blend.
  • Tribeca: Features a woody tobacco base with a layer of sweet caramel notes.
  • Triple Mango: Features the ripe taste of sweet and juicy mango.
  • Pineapple Ice: Provides a tangy pineapple inhale followed by a frosty ice exhale.
  • Banana Ice: Takes the creamy taste of sweet banana and puts it on ice.
  • Blueberry Sour Raspberry: Balances a sweet blueberry flavour with the sour taste of raspberry.

I was sent three COSS Clicks direct from VAPORESSO, and before I go through them I’ll give my usual disclaimer that I am not a big fan of sweet juices, although I am warming to them a bit now that I’m writing on the front page of POTV.  Damn POTV and their sexy review juice!

Again, as always, I have the disposable loving missus in the background to give me her opinion and help me to discern the flavours as she has so much more experience with them than I do.

Berry Ice

Wow.  This stuff is STRONG, possibly the strongest tasting juice I’ve tried for a while at first. It’s a really nice berry flavour wrapped up in coldness and a massive amount of sweetness. The berry flavour goes really well with the sweetness, and the ice is also complimentary to the overall taste profile. I get a mix of raspberry and strawberry, with a hint of the promised blueberry underneath. If they had just dialled the sweetness down a touch, I would really have loved this one.

Cherry Fizz

I’m not getting much fizz, but I can discern the effect slightly. Vaporesso have done well here with that as I know myself how hard it is to get a fizzy effect in a vape juice. It’s a lovely cherry flavour which surprised me for the second review in a row as I do not like cherry flavourings in general. There’s a coolness that doesn’t take away from the flavour, and the sweetness is dialled down a touch from the berry flavour, either that or they just go really well together. Perhaps I’m now a sucker for that sweet, sweet cherry. Whatever they’ve done, they’ve got me with this one. It’s lovely.

Paradise Fusion

From the ecstasy to the agony – this juice is not for me. It’s supposed to be orange, strawberry and grape. Now it might be that when I received the COSS Clicks without any flavour information, I was expecting this to be tropical,  it might be that I just don’t like this one, but all I can taste is sweetener, sweetener, and more sweetener. Once I’d had a bit of time to try it more, I did taste the orange and the strawberry, but I can’t get past how sweet it is. I had to defer to the wife on this one, and she absolutely loves it, she really does, and she’s nicked it from me to take to her work. She gets the orange, the strawberry, and a strong sherbet flavour from it. Now that she knows what it’s supposed to be, she can see where the grape fits in as well. Perhaps I should just let her do the flavour reviews, but it just goes to show that everyone has different tastes.

In Conclusion

The COSS Click is a really good addition to the options for disposable vape fans. They have a really strong flavour, cost less overall, and are made really well with an innovative twist. Added that you get 10ml of their nicotine salt juice range included, they’ve done a good job making disposables that little bit more environmentally friendly. 

I like that they’re using an actual coil and I like that they’ve made the device rechargeable. I still wish the device was reusable, with reusable coils and the little juice packs sold separately but I do understand that the design process would probably not have allowed for this though, so I am quite happy with what the COSS Click turned out to be.

Thanks again to VAPORESSO for sending the COSS Click over for us to try out.

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Stephen Gitsham

Reviewer at POTV
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I was a very militant smoker for many years…why would I stop doing the only thing I had left that I liked doing?  Then I fell into vaping in 2017.  My wife bought a cheap kit off from Amazon that stopped working and I took it to a local vape shop to see what they could do with it.  An hour later and full of new knowledge about watts, ohms, and juice strength, I headed home with a new nautilus mini tank for her and raved to her about the helpful guy in the shop. I must have bored her with all my new found information.  I tried her vape that night, and a week later bought my own kit. Then I found POTV and the amazingly helpful and generous people on it. A month later I was making my own (disgusting) vape juice, and a month after that I was winding coils for my new RDA.  Six years on and I'm much better at making juice, and I now have no money but lots of shiny mods and tanks

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