Halo is one of the few electronic cigarette companies that are known for both their starter kits and their American made eLiquids. Halo has two starter kits in their lineup, the G6 and the Triton. This article pertains to the Halo Triton, which I have always been curious about trying but never got a chance to until now. With a product that’s stylish, powerful and simple to use, this Halo Triton review might even convert some hard core Vapers to the beauty of this “basic”, yet highly acclaimed, electronic cigarette.
Halo Triton Review
Everything you need to know about the Halo e Cig Triton, its battery and tank.
Halo Triton Starter Kit
Here are the basics. The Triton vape starter kit costs $40.00. For that rather reasonable price, you get:
- Two manual batteries with 400 mAh or 650 mAh
- Two crystal-clear clearomizer tanks
- One color-matched cone for a sleek look while you vape
- One wall charger
- One USB charger
- One black carrying case
It’s great that they include two each of batteries, tanks and chargers, but the one drawback is no e-juice in the starter kit. Assembled, the unit measures 5.5 to 6.75 inches depending on the battery choice.
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Halo Triton Battery and Charger
Take your pick from 11 vibrant battery colors, including Electric Lime, Demon Red and Deep Purple. The rubber exterior provides an easy grip, and several of the colors match the power/battery light to the case color. It’s a cool extra touch.
As for power, the starter kit offers 400 mAh or 650 mAh. You can get one of each if you like. They’re manual batteries, so you have to hold down the power button with each draw. Halo advertises 480 puffs per charge with the 400 mAh battery and 780 puffs for the 650 mAh. Your mileage may vary depending on the depth of your draw, but most users are surprised at how long the batteries last. Heavy vapers may use a charge in a day while moderate vapers can go two or more days with the 650 mAh.
Halo also sells Triton batteries with 900 mAh or 1300 mAh in the same colors, and there’s even one with variable-voltage. The company notes a 300-cycle lifespan for their batteries.
The two types of chargers make it easy to recharge at home or work in only a couple of hours, and an indicator light changes from red to blue when charging is complete. A car charger is available separately.
Each Triton tank holds 2.4 mL of e-juice. To refill, just unscrew the mouthpiece. The coil assembly sits in the middle of the opening, leaving room on the sides to pour the e-juice. Most people find refilling easy and clean with no spillage, and the tanks are virtually leak proof. Note: A few people have found refilling messy, but they seem to be in the minority.
The crystal-clear tank lets you see how much e-juice is left, and it includes handy measurement lines. Halo also sells Triton replacement tanks in six different translucent colors.
The Halo Triton coils are rated at 2.2 – 2.4 ohms.
If you are currently vaping Cig-A-Likes and looking to step up to a vape pen, this is a great kit to consider. Easy to use, good vapor production and economical!
- Two ecigs included in the kit
- Great vapor production from a U.S. brand
- Raised manual activation button
- Tank is narrow and may cause spillage
- 808 threading is not compatible with other devices