Vaporesso Q2 SE Preview – The Simple Sibling
The Vaporesso Luxe Q2 SE is the simpler sibling of the recently released Q2.
The Luxe Q range also includes the Luxe Q and the Luxe QS.
What To Expect From The Vaporesso Luxe Q2 SE…
At first glimpse this seems very similar to its sibling the Q2, but there are some differences – which are substantial but quite subtle to spot!
Firstly both devices have the same 1000mAh battery capacity, however the SE version only has a 1A charge rate compared to the 2A of the Q2. This means the SE will take longer to charge.
Another difference is the lack of airflow adjustment. The Q2 had an airflow slider which is missing from the SE version. The Q2 SE is designed for MTL vapers so the airflow is fixed.
Both kits are compatible with the Luxe Q range of pods but you only get the 0.8ohm pod included in the kit.
The original 2ml TPD compliant Luxe Q pods have a top fill system which come in 0.6ohm, 0.8ohm, 1ohm and 1.2ohm mesh variants.
A new range of side fill pods has been introduced – however these pods are 3ml capacity only so will not be available in TPD regulated areas. There are 0.6ohm, 0.8ohm and 1ohm mesh versions.
The SE still uses the Axon chipset and Corex heating tech to make the device simple to use whilst offering the best performance.
To keep things simple this is an auto draw device with no buttons or screens to faff with and a simple LED indicator displays the battery and device status.
There are 8 colours to choose from: Fashion Black, Digital Blue, Graffiti Pink, Abstract Green, Space Grey, Pearl White, Mint Green and Lilac Purple.
·Vaporesso Luxe Q2 SE device
·0.8ohm Mesh Luxe Q Pod
·USB Type C cable
Vaporesso Luxe Q2 SE Specs
·Battery: 1000mAh (internal)
·Display: LED indicator
·Output: Not specified
·Type C USB charging – 1A charge rate
·Resistance range: Not specified
·Capacity: 3ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
·Compatible with: Luxe Q pods
·Auto draw activation
·Side and top fill pods available
·Corex Heating technology
I love the design of the SE version – but I prefer the versatility of the standard Q2 as there are some features missing on this.