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Geek Vape Aegis X Kit

Geek Vape Aegis X Kit

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The Aegis X Zeus Kit By Geekvape, by now the Aegis name is world renown as one of the most durable devices on the market. The Aegis X is teamed with the excellent Zeus tank which is a great flavour tank and less likely to leak thanks to its top airflow design and quality coils. The kit takes dual 18650 batteries (sold seperately) to achieve the maximum output of 200W. The device's 2.4" display is clear and bright making it easy to see your settings at a glance 

Recommended :

Sony VTC6 18650 batteries as the best for long life up to about 75 watts using the Zeus tank

Molicel P26A 18650 batteries if you are using the device higher than 75 watts with a rebuildable 

Zeus tank Replacement Glass is available 

To increase capacity a Bubble Glass is available 


  • Input Voltage: 6.2V-8.4V
  • Output Voltage: 0.1V-12V
  • Resistance Range: 0.05ohm-3ohm
  • Charger Specification: 5V/2A
  • Output Power: 5W-200W
  • Battery Specification: Dual 18650 (Supplies Seperately)
  • Capacity: 2ml
  • Dimensions: 90mm x 31.3mm x 56.1mm


  • 1xAegis X Mod
  • 1xSpare Glass 2ml
  • 1xCoil Tool
  • 1xMesh Z1 Coil (0.4ohm)
  • 1xPromotion Card and Warranty Card
  • 1xUser Manual
  • 1xUSB Cable
  • 1xZeus Tank (pre-installed Mesh Z2 Coil 0.2ohm)


How to use your Zeus Sub Ohm Tank

Notes on changing coils

The GeekVape Zeus sub ohm tank has an easy push fit coil so simple to change when the tank is empty

  1. Unscrew the tank from the device
  2. Unscrew the base section from the tank
  3. Pull the coil out from the tank out the bottom
  4. Prime up the new coil (see notes on priming coils)
  5. Chech the wattage rating on the side of the coil
  6. Push the new coil into the tank making sure that the registration tabs are lined up to the groves in the tank
  7. Screw the base back onto the tank
  8. Screw the tank back on the devise
  9. Fill tank with Eliquid
  10. Set the correct wattage as said on the coil on your devise
  11. Enjoy 

Notes on filling your Tank

The Geekvape Zeus sub ohm tank is super simple to fill

  1. Unscrew the top cap of the tank with a quarter turn 
  2. Fill juice in small side hole not trying to not get the juice in the large center hole
  3. screw top cap back on with a quarter turn

Notes on Priming Coils

  • Always prime your coils well when using for the first time
  • Add 5 or so drops to the centre of the coil saturating the cotton
  • Reassemble the tank making sure the coil is secured in place
  • Add your chosen liquid to the tank
  • Take 5 or so long drags on your device without power
  • To be absolutely sure leave rested upright for a minute or so


Battery Safety

 This device uses external cells 

It is not recommended that users charge their separate cell devices with a usb lead in to the device. These devices can be charged via usb as an emergency measure but is not recommended as a permanent solution. This is not a line to sell chargers there are significant reason why it should be done externally. Do not assume that it is safe. These batteries are not made for vaping and the manufacturer has no idea what cells you are using. Best to use the safer solution of a named quality charger.

1. Most vapes cannot balance charge more than one cell. One cell is charged and then after that the next cell is charged. All of the drain, excess heat and over use of that one cell causes strain on that 1st battery in the vape and ultimately leads to the demise of that 1 battery leading to the need of a new pair. If lucky it will just stop working if unlucky the cell may go into melt down 

2. If your batteries are not the same age, ie the same amount of charges, the same amount of use and charged together for their whole lives then they are unbalanced. Meaning they cannot deliver the high output required by your vape. This will lead to low performance and low battery life. 

3. External chargers let you monitor the charge going in to your cells. Good quality chargers will put what is needed in as opposed to as much as possible as fast as possible which can caused issues. A good charger will slow the charge rate down to recondition a bad cell. Internal charging will not do this. Using a good external charger could mean your batteries getting you through a day away from your charging equipment or not. Ultimately it is up to you how safe you want to be. Yes an external charger may sound like a hassle to you but it depends on the risks you want to take. 

Please make sure your external cells have perfectly intact wraps on them If they have any of the metal showing under the wrap or the insulator on top please either re wrap or buy new cells PS This is not to scare you If you have any doubts about your charging routine just ask. Batteries get warm when they charge but if they are red hot then its time to look into it 

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