The New Halo Cigs ‘Triton’ eCigarette – The Review

The New Halo Cigs ‘Triton’ eCigarette – The Review
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By John Manzione

The next great eCigarette from Halo Cigs.

Several months ago I was privy to information that Halo Cigs, maker of one of the best selling cig-a-likes on the market, the G6, was working on a larger battery ‘system’ for vapers who progress from the mini-battery kits (like the G6) to something that can produce even more vapor and bring even more flavor to the whole vaping experience. These past two weeks I’ve been enjoying the end result of Halo’s hard work in the form of that new system… the ‘Triton’ series.The Halo TritonTriton will probably go on sale this Monday, April 2nd. We decided to wait until now to publish our review so that when it does become available you’ll have the latest ‘hands on’ look at the Triton from a publication that you know will tell you exactly what you can expect if you decide to take the plunge and buy one.

But before I tell you about my own experience with the Triton, as well as Tom and Julia’s experience, let’s go over some of the information you need to know in about the series of batteries and clearomizers of each new ‘kit’, as well as the specs of each one.

The New Triton Battery

The starter kits we received for review, three in all, consisted of yellow, lime, and blue 650mAh batteries (3.7), with 2x 2.4ml clearomizers (2.4ohm resistance), one cone, one USB adapter and a new, modern, wall adapter. The base price of this kit is $64.99.

The Triton Batteries will be available in 400 mAh, 650 mAh, 900 mAh, 1300mAh, 900mAh Twist and 900mAh PassThru.  The 400, 650, 900 and 1300 Batteries will be available in 11 different colors, black, blue, emerald, lime, fuchsia, purple, yellow, red, rainbow, brown and titanium. The Twist batteries and PassThru batteries will be available only in black, blue and fuchsia.  The Cones that come with the kit are also available in all 11 colors.

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About The Author

Team Spinfuel is a group of passionate vapers that bring you honest, in-depth reviews and commentary on products, services, and the legal and political ramifications on vaping and ecigarettes. Julia Hartely-Barnes, Tom McBride, Jason Little, Tony Brittan, Nick Bessette and Keira Hartley-Barnes make up the editorial team (video and written) , along with John Manzione, our Publisher, and talented contributors like Mark Benson. Email any of the writers at admin AT spinfuel.com, or just ask for their email address.

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19 Comments

  1. PrecisionVapor

    awesome blog,thanks for sharing this information and also sharing your own experience about electronic cigarette(The New Halo Cigs ‘Triton’).

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  2. Cue2525

    Just got the Triton kit ( and Halo’s juice assortment). This is my first real system after some cig-a-likes. And this thing rocks! This feels great in my hand, quality through and through. Iridescent color sets it apart from the rest. Using the 650mAh, I get over 2 days, but I’m not a “power vaper” (from a half pack a day of analogs, 5 weeks without, YAAA). Your mileage may vary. It does use the juice quicker than I expected, but vapor, flavor and throat hit is spot on! With your review (plus a few others) I was confident purchasing the Triton, and I’ve had a silly grin ever since. BTW, they fixed the box, now items are easier to remove, and replacement heads are 5 for 12.50. I do recommend 2 extra tanks for variety, and I got them in different colors, easier to tell flavors apart.
    Bottom line? I am 100% satisfied, 5 star, Gold Medal, etc. (and Halo’s Belgian Cocoa is banging!!!)

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    1. Staff

      Cue, I like that idea of different color tanks, never even thought about it like that. Congratulations on 5 weeks free of analogs! The triton makes it worth it, doesn’t it? A friend of mine actually just got the iridescent one, but 400mAh size! The clearomizer is the same length as the battery :) but he loves it. Thank for commenting, and thanks for reading ;) – john

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  3. satu

    Thank you so much. All of you for your detailed and I mean detailed review. I order the G6 and await its arrival. I also was curious about the Triton and well your review says it all.
    I am semi analog and just begun vaping with a Blu and Njoy about a week ago and want to leave analog completely. The Disposables go only so far and one needs a kit.

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  4. Gina K

    Again, love my Triton, but my batterie DO NOT LAST. I have been ordering the 1300 and have spent alot of money to keep a battery that works. Please help, does anyone know what the life of the battery should be?
    Thanks!

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  5. PeteC2

    I just got the Triton kit, but have been vaping on a Triton 900mah battery and tank for a couple weeks or so now. Thank you for a great review, which was in no small part what got me looking seriously at the Triton. I was going to purchase the 777 Bullet, and imagine that it is a fine product within its class, but the Triton really delivers such a great level of vaping satisfaction. I get nuances of flavor from my ejuice that I did not even know I was missing! There are cheaper eGo/clearo style kits out there, but the combo of the Triton Battery and Tank is really great! After going through several ecig kits, I finally feel that I got what I really wanted and it is well worth the price.

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  6. Gina K

    I love the triton. I quit smoking in Nov last year and this has helped so much! I started with the G6, but the Triton is MUCH BETTER. I have also told alot of friends about it and they are going to order it too.
    I have had mine about 3 weeks, and today the LED light came on and will not go off. Any suggestions as to why and how I can get the battery to work again? I still have one, and have ordered another. Thanks!

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  7. Peter Carlson

    According to Halo’s support people, their “mini tank” G6 clearomizer is compatible with the Triton, though that is not mentioned on Halo’s site. I am guessing that this will be their mini-tank option since they appear to like inter-changability between G6 and Triton. They told me the coil heads and 400mah battery should vbe in stock in a couple weeks or so.

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  8. Perry F

    So how does it compare to smokeless image’s X2 batteries? I would imagine they are compatible since they are both 808 devices with ego threading on the battery.

    I do see the triton batteries are priced much better than the X2.

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  9. Amanda

    Sounds like they’re all similar (each having their own pros/cons, of course) I’ve seen something on the new “Bullet” by 777. Also, V4L has their auto dial-a-volt now(+upcoming Vapor Zeus w/ Smile-O-mizer mega carto- which has an auto/manual all-in-one option also) Just wondering how they compare to this newest Halo PV? Can any reviewers give us a little of their inside input- sharing which of them you would choose? Your opinions are valued by many & once they come out, your expertise can help us at least be informed enough to get the right one. Appreciate the great reviews..Thanks! Amanda

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    1. Spinfuel Staff

      We reviewed the new 777 Bullet, and while its an affordable and terrifically spec’d out 320mAh battery and mini-clearomizers the Halo Triton is in a different class. I would say its biggest competitor would be the Apollo Superior Ego kit, which in my experience doesn’t deliver near as much flavor and vapor as the Halo Triton. The Halo clearomizers are custom designed, not a relabeled clearomizer. I’m not saying they manufactured it but they did spec it out and had it made. We haven’t been in contact with V4L in some time, but we will try to review theirs soon. I just ordered several more halo clearomizers and a couple more batteries (900mAh), and will purchase their twist and 1300mAh in the next couple of weeks. The halo triton has jumped to my most-used PV since we got them, that should tell you a lot about the faith I have in it. – thanks! John Manzione, Editor

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  10. Morri at ecf

    have a problem, darlins…….

    The Triton is not there. I know I am blind, but damn. I can’t find it anywhere. :(

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  11. Durga Prasad

    Great review. Did you test any high VG juices in the Triton clearomizer. It would help to know how the Triton clearomizer would perform with high VG or even 100% VG juices.

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    1. Spinfuel Staff

      We don’t have any 100% VG juice here, though we’re working on it. But we did run Johnson Creek’s Vanda through one of the clearomizers with awesome results. Vanda is PG-Free, though the amount of VG is unknown.

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    1. Spinfuel Staff

      If you’re talking about the 650mAh + 2.4ml clearo compared to the 1ml clearo + 320mAh battery there is no comparison, the systems are very different. However, the 1ML Halo Clearomizer is something we’ve yet to see, so we can’t compare…yet. The Halo G6 battery is a, I believe, 220mAh battery (or is it 180?) and the bullet is a larger 320mAh, so again, they are much different.

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