Uwell’s evolution of the Caliburn series has been very clever. The look and feel of the classic Pod mixed with the box designs of the Caliburn Koko, Koko Prime and most recently the Caliburn AK2.
It’s the turn of the upgrade today, and as expected, the Uwell Caliburn GZ2 pod kit will be named the Uwell Caliburn G2. Not surprisingly, the Caliburn G2 shares the same form factor as its predecessor.
About a year ago, Uwell vape released the Caliburn G pod kit. When reviewed by our very own Mr. Neil Humber, it caused an absolute storm. He loves it. a lot of.
For over five years, Uwell has firmly established itself as the creators of the acclaimed Crown range of sub-ohm tanks – and we are currently developing the Uwell Crown V.
The weight and pocket-friendly attributes are still there (both 36g), and even the ignition button, branding and individual LEDs are in the same place. It now features vibration interaction or haptic feedback.
Different modes sound alerts for issues like low voltage, short circuits, and excessive smoking.
While the Caliburn G employs fixed airflow intakes for tighter direct-lung vaping, the G2 utilizes a free-spinning wheel for more finely tuned airflow.
In terms of form factor, it hardly differs from its predecessor. They are the same weight and fit perfectly in your pocket. Caliburn GZ2 offers the same ease of use.
Uwell’s Pro FOCS technology is very effective, producing crisp and clean flavors and some very impressive steam via the new UN2 1.2 ohm mesh coil.
Overall, the Uwell Caliburn GZ2 Vape Pod Kit is a very solid little performer. So, we could get fantastic flavor and cloud from Uwell Caliburn G2, which I think gain good expectation after my own review.