Arymi Argo box mod kit
This week I am taking a look at the Arymi Argo box mod kit.
In a lot of ways the Arymi Argo is a box mod version of the Arymi One, which I reviewed here back in August.
You might want to read that review before proceeding.
The Arymi Argo box mod comes in a cardboard box with the device pictured on the cover.
Inside you will find your Arymi Argo device, atomiser and a USB lead.
The review sample is the white edition, but it is also available in black, red or stainless steel finishes.
As well as the device you will find a warranty card, user guide and the USB lead to recharge your device.
The Arymi Argo consists of a 1600mAh AIO body and the Arymi CHC coil head.
Taking a look first at the CHC coil head, it is very much the same as the Arymi One coil heads.
It is a self contained atomiser, chimney and drip tip. Meaning there is no option to use any alternative drip tip with this device.
The version of the CHC coil that is included in the kit is the 1.0 ohm nichrome wired and cotton wicked head. It also has a very much reduced air hole (just visible in the last picture above), making it very much a mouth ‘hit’ atomiser.
Here we have the main Arymi Argo body, an AIO box mod that has a fixed internal 1600mAh battery, firing button, battery display and liquid tank.
There is no menus, no up/down buttons etc. making this a fixed voltage (and resistance dependant wattage) device.
The atomiser coil heads simply screw into the top of the tank.
Refilling requires the coil head to be removed, liquid added and the coil replaced again.
The display is a simple 5 lights, fuly charged is 5 lights and as the battery drains the lights go out until you are left with just 1.
Thre device has a window to allow you to see how much liquid is remaining in the tank.
And a line on the body to indicate how much to fill the tank whilst still allowing the atomiser head to be inserted with out overflowing.
Operating the device just requires a simple press of the firing button next to the tank on the top of the device.
And charging can be done with the use of the USB socket on the base of the device.
To make cleaning a little easier and to allow replacement of the Pyrex glass tank, the top collar can be unscrewed and the tank glass removed.
And here we are with our Arymi Argo device all set up and ready to use.
Here are a few of the specs…
The Arymi Argo is 82.5mm high, 42.5mm in length and 22.5mm wide. It weighs in at 170grams (excluding liquid)
It has a 1600mAh battery which can charge at 1amp.
The tank has a 1.9ml capacity.
So, opinions time…
So the Arymi Argo is basically an Arymi One AIO in a box mod format. Do I like it? Certainly, there is a feel of a more compact device with the Argo compared to the One AIO.
The device is simple to setup, and with just a single button (the fire button) it is also simple to use.
The removable tank makes cleaning a little easier than the One AIO was, some caution is still needed but being able to remove the glass tank helps.
The 5 LED battery indicator is a little more helpful than the 3 colours of the One AIO to tell you how long remains until you will need to recharge.
Other than that, the Arymi Argo is a neat, compact and well made device.
The Arymi Argo has a list price of $40 but you will certainly find then cheaper online if you shop around.