Aegis Boost Plus
Aegis Boost Plus
Aegis Boost
Geek VapeAegis Boost Plus

Aegis Boost By GeekVape


Introduction & Spefications

The Geekvape Aegis Boost Kit is made of high-quality zinc alloy, leather, and silicone materials. The Aegis Boost features a robust frame with a 0.42-inch OLED display screen and an IP67 rating of water-resistant, stain-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and tear-resistant. Aegis Boost Package combines a 1500mAh rechargeable internal battery with the latest AS chipset to provide up to 40W performance that is compatible with both standard pod and aegis boost rba pod (RDTA). It also comes with an instant trigger speed of 0.08s and several protection features for effective atomization during the day. Meanwhile, the Geekvape Aegis Boost has a 3.7ml e-liquid capacity with comfortable top loading and quick access to airflow. The Aegis Boost pod package comes with two separate coils (0.4ohm & 0.6ohm) to serve the different MTL and DL vaping experiences. As it weighs only 120g, Boost is the lightest Aegis series mod pod pack.

GeekVape Aegis

(Pod Mod Kit)



Size: 106.8 * 27.7 * 39.2mm


Battery: 1500mAh built-in battery


Output Power: 5-40W


Input voltage: 3.0-4.25V


Output voltage: 1.0-6.0V


Pod Capacity: 3.7ml


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Coil Resistance: 0.6ohm KA1 mesh coil(15-25W), 0.4ohm KA1 mesh coil(25-33W)


Refill Method: Top filling


Screen: 0.42 inch OLED display


Charging: Micro USB, 5V/1.5A


Firing speed: 0.08s


Material: Zinc alloy + Top grain leather + silicone


Color: Aura Glow, Almighty Blue, Space Black, Devil Red, Gunmetal

Develop and Build Standard By Geek Vape


The Geekvape Aegis Boost is pretty big for a vape-type pod. It's only a little bigger than the Aegis Mini, but I was shocked how little it weighs. They're listing it at 120 grams, but I weighed it full of juice with a coil mounted and got 113.4 grams. The unit itself, with no pod in it, is just 93.7 grams.


The Boost feels fantastic in the hand with its ergonomic shape and rubber finish and, like the rest of the Aegis line, is durable and IP67 rated for dust and water resistance. You arent going to find a more well-built pod d. It features a regular Aegis color frame accent and a leather backrest. Construct quality is top-notch, but it's not shocking. If you haven't used the Aegis system before, you're missing quite a bit.











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Cool Things and Features

The Aegis Improvement is not your usual AIO. It's similar to a full-length mod. There is a tiny black and white screen on the front that is clear and easy to see. Two adjustment buttons allow you to change the wattage from 5 to 40 watts in increments of 0.5 watts. It's a button-activated unit, and five clicks on the fire button will turn it on and off.


The pod itself uses a replaceable tip of the drip. It's smaller than 510 so you can't use your own, but it contains two for you; one for a large bore DL and one for a circular MTL. I prefer the MTL one because the DL one is spinning too quickly. It never really remains in place, and always needs to be changed. There is also an airflow dial on the front of the pod that can be conveniently charged from a DL vape to a solid MTL vape. Not super tight, but strong enough to turn all the way down.


However, I wish it was a little tighter.

There's a rubber filler on the top, so you don't need to remove the pod to refill it. Unfortunately, the plug is very difficult to remove. I couldn't do it by hand, and I had to use a pen or tweezers to open it—but I also don't have fingernails that don't support me. Yet, I've never had a problem with other pods before. The pod is also tinted black, making it hard to see the juice levels. I wish the companies would use transparent pods so that you can really tell when you're running low without having to keep it to the light source.




GeekVape Aegis Boost Coil Heads


The coils would be the most critical part of any pod-based system. A great system is not much used if the coils are weak, and this seems to be the case more often than not. A lot of nice systems have been killed by bad coils, so let's see how the Aegis Boost coils work.

As mentioned earlier, the Boost comes with two choices for the mesh coil in the package. The 0.6-ohm coil is rated at 15-25 watts and the 0.4-ohm coil is rated at 25-33 watts. There's also an RBA deck available for the Boost, but I haven't obtained it so I can't say a lot about it. It looks fine, seems to be able to handle small exotic coils, and will be a good choice for those who are not interested in buying coils in the long run.


Let me start by saying that the recommendations for the included coils are too high. I found the best 0.6 ohms around 12 watts and the best 0.4 ohms around 25 watts. I used 70/30 3 mg of juice in a 0.4-ohm coil and the taste was good, but the nicotine was poor for my tolerance as I was used to vaporizing 3 mg to 100+ watts. But that's a personal matter, and the taste was fine for a 25-watt coil. It also lasted a long time. I used it with the DL drop tip and the air was fully open.


With the 0.6-ohm coil, I used 50/50 20 mg of nic salts, and the taste was good and the life was good. A very good coil. I used the tip of the MTL drip and the air turned down. Overall, both coils were strong and it's a flexible MTL vaping device as well as a very low-watt DL vaping device.



Battery life and charging


Battery life is really good on this device especially if using the 0.6-ohm coil at 12 watts like I did. They list the battery at 1500 mAh. I tested this and got 1363 mAh from the battery, so their rating is ok, but 1400 would have been more accurate. Still, it’s closer than most ratings given to internal battery devices. While many similar vapes have a LED light color for battery meter, the Aegis Boost has a full meter on the screen like a typical mod.

The charging port is placed at the side behind a rubber plug. They list a 1.5-amp charge rate. I tested this and got a max of 1.42 amps, so great rating there. A full charge takes 75 minutes, which is pretty fast. It also features pass-thru vaping, so you can vape it while it charges. It pauses charging when in use and resumes when you stop firing it.



Advantages / Disadvantages 


  • Solid build quality


  • Nice hand-feel


  • Pods are held in firmly


  • Two coil options included


  • Reusable and refillable pods


  • Adjustable airflow


  • IP67 rated


  • Good flavor from coils


  • Good coil life


  • Fast charging                                           

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  • Large battery                                               


  • Five color options


  • Full screen for wattage and battery meter


  • Fully adjustable output


  • Pass-thru vaping


  • Good rating for charge rate


  • Dark tinted pod makes juice level hard to see


  • Fill plug is hard to grip


  • Airflow control feels a little loose


  • DTL drip tip rotates freely and easily


  • Slightly overstated battery size (closer to 1400 mAh than 1500 mAh)




Geekvape has really impressed me. Yeah, there are a few things that I'd like to fix, but none of them is a major dealbreaker. What you've got is a robust, light, and flexible AIO-style pod with good coils that just work and look fantastic. Very pleased overall with this unit, and it's worth a look if you want an AIO that isn't basic.













Aegis Boost Plus Review



















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The Geekvape Aegis Boost Plus is an improved version of the Aegis Boost, a versatile pod mod.


If you're a seasoned vaper, you'll know what to expect from the Aegis line of products; waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, high performance.

The Aegis Boost is a highly regarded all-in-one pod computer in the ever-growing Aegis family of devices and was launched by the end of 2019.

We have a new edition less than 12 months later. So is it worth updating if you've already got an original boost? Or is it worth buying when you're looking for an AIO pod device? Take a look at the Aegis Raise Plus.


  • 1 x Aegis Boost Plus Device

  • 1 x Aegis Boost Plus Pod (5.5ml capacity) 

  • 1 x G.Coil Boost Formula (Mesh) Coil 0.4ohm 25-33W (pre-installed)

  • 1 x G.Coil Boost Formula (Mesh) Coil 0.6ohm 15-25W

  • 1 x spare drip tip

  • 1 x USB cable


  • Size: 49.5 x 28.6 x 114.2mm

  • Output power: 5 – 40W

  • Battery: Single 18650

  • Screen: 0.96 inch (TFT Color screen)

  • Pod Capacity: 5.5ml

  • IP67 Rating (shockproof, waterproof, dust proof)



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