The Voopoo Drag Nano 2 Pod come in a back of 3 and has a 2.0 mL vape juice capacity. The pod is top filled by removing the black mouthpiece and also features a magnetized connection to the Nano 2 Device. A 0.8 and 1.2 ohm pod are available with the 0.8 ohm resistance offering a slightly warmer vape.
Drag Nano 2 Pod Any Leaks?
None to note. I have noticed the smallest bit of eliquid under the pod from time to time, but it’s not even been enough to worry about cleaning up to be honest. I’ve often carried this around in the front pocket of my jeans all day long and even the extra heat from being in my pocket hasn’t caused a leak. This is quite a clean vaping little device.
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Voopoo DRAG Nano 2 Pod Port
The pod port is a rounded rectangle shape, right at the bottom, there is a plastic plate with 2 small holes in the center. These small holes are for the draw activation sensor. At either side of that is a connection port.
Other than that there isn’t really anything of interest, except from the 2 indents on the lengths of the port walls. These indents correlate to a lip on either side of the pod to secure the pod into place. I can’t recall how deep the original port was but it is evident that the new pod port it such shallower, thank to the redesign of the pods.
Best buy Voopoo drag nano 2 replacement pods Parameters:
- Capacity: 2ml
- Material: PCTG
- Resistance: 0.8Ω ,1.2Ω coil
- Size: 72*44*14.2mm
- Quantity: 3pcs/pack
Voopoo DRAG Nano 2 Cartridge
The body of the pods is pretty standard. The part of the pod that goes into the port is black and thinner than the rest of the pod. Above that part is transparent, and with the vast majority of the e-liquid above the port, you can easily see how much liquid is in the pod. I haven’t mentioned the fill port yet because it’s underneath the mouth piece. You remove the black mouth piece by pulling or tipping it off. By doing so you expose the silicone bung which goes all the way across the top of the pod. Lifting it at one side exposes the filling hole
There are a few issues here…
First of all, I’m not very keen on the filling port being under the mouth piece because it can’t be good for long term, however because they’re replaceable pods I’m not that fussed. Although that isn’t a major issue if you’re careful but it does put the chimney at risk of being ‘flooded’ especially if the pod is overfilled.