Disposable vapes and hyped items are almost synonymous these days. Even many people who don't vape will be familiar with Hyppe's disposables, which have long been among the most widely used disposables in Europe and the United States.
The Hyppe Max Air 5000 is one of Hyppe's newest offerings. It's a disposable vape that resembles a pod and uses a mesh coil to heat the 13ml of e-juice that comes prefilled. It comes in ten distinct flavors and has a nicotine salt strength of 50 mg. The device has a 5000 puff lifespan rating and a 650mAh battery that can be recharged via Type-C charging.
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Are disposable vapes like the Hyppe Max Air 5000 stand out from the competition, given the abundance of available options? In this review, you will discover.
- Dimensions: 83.53 x 48.91 x 17 mm
- 13ml of e-juice prefilled
- Mesh Coil
- Maximum of 5000 Puffs
- Type-C 650mAh battery
- 50 mg strength of nicotine
- Not required Lanyard
Hyppe Max Air 5000 Design
The Hyppe Max Air 5000 (wow, that sounds fancy) has an intriguing, stylish, and one-of-a-kind design for a disposable vape. The Max Air 5000 has a design more in line with what you would anticipate from a pod vape than traditional disposables, which are shaped like long bars or cubes. It is roughly the size of a tiny pod vape, 83.53 mm in height, 48.91 mm in width, and 17 mm in thickness. It has rounded edges. It has some weight to it as well, so when I hold it in my hand, I feel like I'm holding a pod vape rather than a throwaway.
I didn't find it comfortable to carry more than one in my pocket at once due to their size and weight. But since each one has a lanyard attached, you can also wear these around your neck. Wearing one of these around my neck for extended periods is pleasant because it isn't heavy enough to cause any serious strain on my neck. There have been times when I've worn the lanyard and completely forgotten it was on.
This leads me to the Max Air 5000's second distinctive design feature, which is something I haven't seen on any other disposable. These have a rubber mouthpiece in instead of a plastic one. Each device's bottom and sides are shaped and extended by the rubber of the mouthpiece. This rubber shape also serves as the lanyard anchor point, thus the lanyard fastens in this manner.
Because the rubber mouthpiece has some give but is yet hard enough to not merely flop around, I find it to be more pleasant than a solid plastic mouthpiece. In addition to giving the gadget a little extra grip, the rubber curve is nice because it offers a unique design feature.
Hyppe Max Flavors
The Hyppe Max Air comes in 18 different flavors . The bulk of the flavors are fruit flavors or fruit flavors combined with menthol, however "Naked," an unflavored mint flavor, is also available. Additionally, there is a dessert taste called "Caramel Ice Cream" and a pure mint flavor.
I'll discuss my impressions of a handful of these flavors as well as how they taste. Remember that you might not enjoy a flavor as much as I do, and vice versa, just because I like it. This is just my perspective.
I'm not sure which specific fruits are meant to be in this mixture because I was unable to locate an online explanation of its flavor. But I detect a distinct mango flavor, along with possibly some strawberry and pineapple notes. It's a fruity blend that tastes fantastic and is delightful to vape, even though I can't quite identify the flavors. It's still rather good, just a little too sweet.
This is Hyppe's flavorless disposable, and that's just what it is: flavorless with a potent menthol blast. Extremely cool and frosty, however, I don't like the almost-cough medicine aftertaste.
The taste of black sakura is derived from Japanese black tea. It tastes like grapes with a touch of floral sweetness. I've never had black sakura tea, but because of its distinctive flavor, it rapidly rose to the top of my list of favorites. I thought this flavor was great, and I like the floral overtones.
Does anyone remember Sour Peach? This is similar to creating a vape taste out of sour peach candies. The taste and sweetness are present, though not quite as sour as the candy. I enjoy flavors of candied peaches, and this one is in my top 18.
The primary flavor here is strawberry, with a little cream and strawberry undertone. The cream significantly enhances the flavor with a subtle sweetness that ties everything together, and the strawberry flavor is subtle and not overly sweet. It tastes like a strawberry milkshake without being overly sweet. Excellent flavor.
Performance As Per Hyppe Max Air Reviews
To quickly review the technical details, these have a 650mAh battery and are prefilled with 13ml of e-juice. When combined, these disposables can handle up to 5,000 puffs. Additionally, the e-juice within is heated by a mesh coil. The only nicotine salt strength available for Hyppe Max Air 5000 disposables as of the time this article was written is 50 mg/ml.
I get a loose mouth-to-lung pull with warm vapor and a decent amount of vapor production from these. Because the device's airflow is on the bottom, you must be cautious when holding it to avoid unintentionally blocking it.
I got wet vapor that coats my tongue and the flavor is excellent overall. I realize not everyone enjoys this kind of draw, so keep that in mind if you plan to buy these. The flavor settles and lingers in your mouth after taking a draw. One thing is for sure: none of my Max Air 5000s have leaked or spit back while I've started wearing them.