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UWELL CALIBURN / KOKO FAMILY COMPARISON

ORIGINAL CALIBURN VS CALIBURN G VS CALIBURN A2 VS CALIBURN G2, AND KOKOs AND TRIPODS

The Uwell Caliburn is Australia’s most popular pod vape kit. It has gained a very good reputation in the vape community for being reliable, producing good flavor, and its small form factor. We recommend the Caliburn vape starter kit to anyone who is looking to get into vaping, but also as a secondary vape to take out with you to those who already have a mod vape starter kit.

So what are the differences and which one is right for you? Here is a quick chart to summarise the main points for you:

Caliburn (2019) Caliburn G (2020) Caliburn A2 (2021) Caliburn G2 (2022) Tripod (2022)
Juice Capacity 2ml 2ml 2ml 2ml 2ml
Activation Fire Button or Auto Draw Fire Button or Auto Draw Fire Button or Auto Draw Fire Button or Auto Draw Auto Draw Only
Battery 520mAh 690mAh 520mAh 750mAh 370mAh (vape) 1000mAh (charging case)
Power 11w 15w (variable) 15w 18w (variable) 11w
Coil Type 1.4 or 1.2 ohm 0.8 or 1.0 ohm 0.9 ohm only 0.8, 1.0, 1.2 1.2ohm only
Charging Micro usb USB-C USB-C USB-C USB-C
Vaperwave price $30 $35 $40 $45 $50
Vaperwave price for coils $20 (4 pack) $20 (4 pack), $10 (2 pack of empty heads) $20 (4 pack) $20 (4 pack), $10 (2 pack of empty heads) $20 (4 pack)

 

Vaperwave’s comments on each:

Caliburn (2019)

  • Tightest draw of all of them when using 1.4 ohm pods
  • Only need to change pods/cartridges and not coils
  • Doesn’t have USB-C

Caliburn G (2020)

  • Aesthetically most pleasing shape / body
  • Biggest battery
  • Easiest to remove top cap
  • Switchable airflow by flipping the tank
  • Have to remove coil inside instead of replacing whole pod, can be fiddly for some
  • Empty pods deteriorate over time and need to be purchased separately
  • 0.8 mesh coil for looser draw, 1.0 for tighter draw

Caliburn A2 (2021)

  • Can see juice level from front
  • Only need to change pods/cartridges and not coils
  • Quickest charging time
  • Only one coil resistance (0.9 ohm) for loose draw

Caliburn G2 (2022)

  • Can see juice level from front
  • Most power at 18w variable
  • Adjustable airflow on pod
  • New 1.2ohm coil for longevity
  • Like the original G, have to remove coil inside instead of replacing whole pod, can be fiddly for some
  • Empty pods deteriorate over time and need to be purchased separately

Koko Family 2019-2021 (Koko, Koko Prime, Koko AK2)

  • The Koko range is pretty much identical to its Caliburn counterpart in specs, the only main difference being the form factor.
  • Some people prefer having the Koko because it does not have button, so it can be put in the pocket without worrying it will accidentally fire up.

Tripod (2021)

  • A very tight draw on the 1.2ohm coil similar to the original Caliburn 1.4 coil.
  • Charging case not only charges the vape but holds 2 extra pods inside (3 total)
  • Can be taken out by itself without the case and will last the night (but not the whole day)
  • For those who like switching out flavours easily, and forgets to charge their vape

We recommend any pod kit from the Uwell Caliburn family as your first vape starter kit, especially to those using high MG nicotine salts in their vape.

If you can’t decide be sure to come in so we can give you a more in depth look at the product.