The TITLE is a brand new AIO pod system being released by Times Vape in 2021. It boasts a solid brass chassis, quick charge time, and leak-proof cartridge. Times Vape is better known for its luxurious range of mechanical mods like the Dreamer and also the Keen. But due to the increased popularity of pod-based devices, many DIY vape manufacturers are now being forced to branch out. But how does it perform? Keep reading to find out.
Times Vape is a China-based vape manufacturer that was established in 2015. They pride themselves on producing quality made products at affordable prices. As previously mentioned, Times Vape has mainly focused on the unregulated mechanical device and rebuildable tank market. In the past, they’ve collaborated with Tenacious TX Vapes on a variety of best selling products.
The Times Vape TITLE Pod System is a little bit larger and heavier than most AIO devices. It measures 114mm’s by 23mm’s by 13mm’s and weighs a hefty 80 grams. The entire chassis is made from very durable brass and features a variety of engravings, embossments, and foil stamping. While the metalwork is impressive and on par with their mechanical mods, I honestly don’t think there’s a market for high-end pod systems.
The Times Vape TITLE Pod System contains a rechargeable 580mAh battery and can output up to 13 watts. This is dependent on the amount of battery you have left. The USB-C charging port worked lightning-fast, but I felt the device lacked some grunt. I wasn’t able to get a good DTL pull because it felt super loose. The auto-draw was also a bit delayed.
The Times Vape TITLE Pod System comes with two all-in-one cartridges. This includes a 1.0ohm ceramic coil and a 1.0ohm mesh coil. Both provided average flavor and minimal cloud production. The cartridges are made from high tier PCTG and they can hold 2ml of eliquid. They can be easily filled via the side bung and I had no problems with leaking or even condensation.
The Times Vape TITLE Pod System features a synthetic gem that lights up when you vape or when it’s on charge. The gem felt a bit tacky in my personal opinion. Furthermore, the entire design doesn’t feel or look like a typical Times Vape product. Times Vape products are usually ultra-minimalistic and extremely contemporary. The TITLE Pod is the exact opposite of this. It’s cluttered and features a weird UWELL style crown logo on the front face.
The Times Vape TITLE Pod System is currently not available to pre-order or purchase. I checked out a variety of online vendors and none of them have it stocked. I’m hoping it will retail for roughly $19.99 USD to $24.99 USD. But considering the expensive raw materials used, it’ll most likely be more than that.
The Times Vape TITLE Pod System packaging appears to be still in development. I received mine in a brown glasses style case. It featured a debossed TITLE logo. The overall look didn’t really match the product in any way shape or form. Inside you’ll find your TITLE Pod, 2 x cartridges, USB-C charging cable, and also a user manual.
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