The Geekvape Blade 235W TC is a performance driven vape mod; with a maximum output of 235W and an eye-catching colour swirl design. It runs on dual 21700 batteries (sold separately). This is a device recommended for advanced users and is suited for use with sub ohm tanks and RDAs (Rebuilding Dripping Atomisers).
Looks wise the Blade is unlike very much else in the market today, with it's swirl pattern design and unique diamond shaped OLED screen. The mod’s body is constructed out of PPS, a material that whilst remaining light is resistant to heat, aging and abrasion. Meaning that the Geekvape Blade can take what you throw at it.
For those of you who haven't made the move over to 21700 batteries, don't panic, the kit comes with an adaptor - allowing the Blade to use dual 18650 vape batteries (sold separately), whilst still allowing the user access to the mod's full suite of functions.
Speaking of functions, the Blade 235W TC is packed full of them. There are of course the old favourites VW (Variable Wattage) Mode and TC (Temperature Control) Mode, allowing the user to control power output and temperature respectively. The Blade also allows the user access to VPC (Variable Power Control) and Bypass Modes. These advanced modes offer a customisability experience for vaping not offered in many devices.
Overall Geekvape have created a sophisticated and responsive device with the Blade 235W TC Box. A vape device that not only performs well, but is also very easy on the eye.
Important information about Sub Ohm vaping:
This device is designed for sub-ohm vaping. It requires more vaping experience to use safely, and extra care should be taken when using a sub ohm tank. Sub Ohm coils will only work on a mod capable of firing sub ohm atomisers, and Ni200 coils will only work on devices capable of Temperature Control. Please ensure that your batteries can handle the extra power requirements and that your mod can handle the amps.
We also advise not to use any e-liquid with more than 6mg of nicotine, as your vapour may taste harsh. Sub ohm vaping produces a bigger throat hit than standard coils, and extra care should be taken.
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By Patrick from Brighton
Was happy when it arrived, fits well in to your hand and generally it's a good all round mod. My only complaint is the graphics scratch off Very easily so I've had to buy a silicone case to protect it. I wouldn't recommend taking it to work if your a gardener ect as it Will easily damage. I had my keys in the same pocket as the mod and scratched it up within days.
By Steve from London
Firstly, I need to say that I have used VapeClub for 4 years now and there service is just fantastic. Quick, great comms and fantastic product range.
I received the Blade this morning, upgrading from a Vaptio N1 Pro which has served me well but is now starting to show some wear.
I have the Swift colour scheme and it really is a thing of beauty. Sounds a bit strange too, but the feel if it is soft and smooth so you can't help but want to hold it. Nice clicky and robust buttons. Display straightforward and easy to set. I like the ability to use 21700 or 18650 batteries also, and it doesn't feel too heavy so easy to take out and about.
Great product and worthwhile investment.
Great mod after having many mods this is the one I find the best. screen not over complicated like others very simple to use. Seems very sterdy and fits in your hand like a glove would recommend this over any others.
By TimB from Staffs
This is a very solid mod, fits nice in the hand pleanty of info on display and future proofed for battery size. fire button feels solid and the casing glues to you hand, doesn't get hot, and has strong magnets that hold the battery cover on, takes a good grip to open it up. a very solid reliable mod at a good price point aswell. The only nitpick is the charge cable, at first look its a usb to usb-c cable, the mod is mini-usb. turns out the usb-c end is an adapter which pulls off to reveal the mini usb plug. It doesn't pull off completely and gets in the wway of charging, though if you have a dedicated charger you wont care, Just seems odd they got a usb-c adapter when it's mini usb on the mod.