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 Triton 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.