Vaporesso Zero S vs Zero 2 vs Zero

The ZERO S is the follow-up device to the ZERO 2 that came out in 2021. However, the ZERO S has the same shape as the original ZERO. The ZERO series are all very simple for use, making them perfectly suitable for beginners or vapers looking for a simple device to take with them on the go. So what’s new for the ZERO S? Let’s check it out in this review.

What can we expect from the Vaporesso Zero S?

Design & Performance
Inheriting the simplicity design of Zero series, there are no settings to adjust, no airflow control, and no buttons on the ZERO S. It comes with dynamic tidal light to indicate the battery level. Constructed from durable zinc-alloy, the chassis of the Zero S is kind of drop resistant. The Vaporesso Zero S is capable of intelligently detecting the resistance of the installed pod, selecting an appropriate wattage to deliver outstanding flavor and vapor.

In addition, powered by an integrated 650mAh battery, Zero S can output at 9.5W/10.5W/12.5W with the 1.3ohm/1.2ohm/1.0ohm resistance pod.

The ZERO S Pod System adopts new 1.2Ω MESH pod, which produces correct airflow and flavor to meet vapers' demands of high nicotine satisfaction and great tastes. With the built-in coil design, you don’t need to change the coil, just throw out the old pod that don't vape well anymore and replace it with a new one! Besides, with the top filling design and SSS Leak-resistant Technology, ZERO S can effectively solve leakage problem.

The ZERO S device is compatible with all ZERO series pods from 1.0Ω to 1.3Ω resistance. And the new 1.2Ω pod is also compatible with the previous ZERO devices.

Main Features:
1. Top filling Zero S cartridge to prevent leakage, compatible with previous Zero series Cartridges
2. Built-in 1.2ohm mesh Coil, meet vapers' demands of high nicotine satisfaction
3. 650mah built-in battery, with vivid tidal lights to indicate the battery life in 3 levels
4. Different process creating matte, glossy or drawing finishes and ergonomic shape

Vaporesso Zero S vs Zero 2 vs Zero