The Hyppe Max Air is a cutting-edge disposable and rechargeable vape pen. It looks like something from the beach. With 14 taste options and 13 mL of juice with 5% nic salt, the device boasts a mesh coil. It features a 650 mAh rechargeable battery and a Type-C connection.
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There are 5000 puffs possible with the Max Air. It's called "max air," yet it has a built-in MTL draw. I thought the word was a little misleading until I realized that pulling harder yields more air than pulling more slowly. It seems meaningful rather than merely having the same effect as another device. I still suggest seeing this as an MTL draw, though. Remember, high nicotine content.
The "5000" type throwaway is currently a popular niche because of the Elf Bar. Let's begin by reviewing the features and learning more about the Hyppe Max Air .
Flavors: Black sakura, caramel ice cream, cola freeze, lush freeze, mango freeze, mighty mint, naked (unflavored) sour peach, peach freeze, strawberry freeze, strawberry sky, summer fruit, berry lemon ice, strawberry mango.
A fascinating-looking throwaway is the disposable vape. All of it is white, with neon-colored rubber extending into a mouthpiece and flowing down the curves. The colors are meant to elicit the particular flavors. There's also a lanyard attached, which is a bright green ribbon. I find it a bit too early 90s, but it's functional anyway. Mine had vanished.
What is airflow or ventilation on the device's front and back is really indicator lights. The big, bright blue LEDs on the front light up as you vape, and they flash to indicate when the device needs to be charged. Anything too "loud" would not be something I would want to carry. Indeed, it does appear really nice when lit up. only due to its brightness! I find that it provides me with brightness. While doing that, I felt dizzy.
The disposable’s frame is somewhat bigger than those of comparable Elf Bar 5000 series models. Its measurements are 67 mm by 49 mm by 23 mm (excluding the tip). What I like best about the form and design (the mouthpiece and the curves) is the rubber. An excellent shape to sketch from is the flat tip. In addition, the rubber feels nicer than the inflexible plastic used in disposables (or the old-fashioned metal drip tips). To put it simply, the rubber edges make the object easier to handle. Smooth surfaces make up the front and back faces, which usually have a glossy matte appearance.
Just like with other disposables, there isn't much to learn or put into getting started. Just remove the device from its packing, disconnect any connectors, and begin vaping. If you would prefer not to, you are under no obligation to use the lanyard. Thankfully, it's not even necessary to keep it on the device. There is a sticker on the bottom of the gadget that is meant to stop juice leaks during transit, but it was wet and had come off. The worst part is that it was the caramel ice cream taste I was most excited to try. I keep trying to charge it, but it won't turn on.
How does it hit?
It has a significant influence. The more I use it, the more I appreciate the draw and impact. For a genuine MTL draw, I need as little air as possible, but being able to pull a little harder and feel the limited lung impact more forcefully is fantastic. However, as was already said, most smokers would be better served by classifying this as an MTL draw because of the high nicotine concentration.
The harder you draw, the louder the vape gets. It's not as unbearably loud as a sub-ohm tank, but it's not silent either. Taking an MTL draw is nearly noiseless, with the coil producing only a little hiss and crackle during airflow. It gets louder as you tug harder.
Warm and quick hits are delivered by the it's mesh coil, as is typical with mesh coils. Because there isn't much of a ramp-up phase, the Hyppe Max Air Flavors begins almost immediately. Remarkably, while using the standard 5% nicotine in the Max Air 5000, the throat effect is quite mild. I think the nicotine might not be derived from tobacco, even if the marketing brochures don't say that. Furthermore, I think that artificial nicotine lessens flavor and the throat effect.
The standouts of the bunch:
- Caramel Ice Cream: This invigorating vaporizer exudes a scent reminiscent of caramel ice cream as soon as it is opened. Amazingly faithful to the flavor intended. Very little cooling tone. Easily the greatest flavor given by HYPPE, and one of the nicest disposable flavors I've ever tried. The name is rather descriptive.
- Black Sakura: A unique and peculiar flavor with an enticingly floral and sweet scent. really good and rather unique.
- Mighty Mint: It tastes like peppermint with a little minty flavor.
- Summer Fruit: Fruity, tangy, and lively. It tastes and smells like a summer drink made from mixed fruits. This one's subtle cooling tones are effective. a pleasant taste.
- Strawberry freeze: A naturally sweet, significantly cooled strawberry taste. The strawberry flavor is noticeable but not overpowering.
- Naked: The "pure" taste of nicotine and vapor is enjoyable despite the absence of flavor. Every time, it is successful. It's not necessary for you to be in the correct mindset. This one barely has any cooling at all.
Wrapping It Up
Overall, the Hyppe Max Air is a trustworthy disposable vape pen. I really wish the flavors had more punch, like caramel ice cream, even though I still like using it. The disposable vape is recommended because of its coil performance, mouthpiece, and consistent airflow that may switch between MTL and restricted lung impact. It has long run times and a consistent hit rate. I have to stop short of recommending the Max Air 5000, even if I would if the flavors were stronger. The only ice cream that comes highly recommended is caramel. It's strongly recommended to try that one.