The Avatar VApenut e cig Vapor Eliminator is a first for me.
Getting caught up with finding sub ohm tanks for big clouds. But what about enjoying the clouds without annoying your other half when your sat on the sofa watching a movie? I’ve been there.
Most of the time I end up craning my neck behind me or blowing my vapor down the back of the couch. Happy wife, happy life and all that.
For those that drive and vape. We have been there when the car mists up just that little bit too much resulting in a scramble to open the windows.
All of that and more *could* be a thing of the past as the Vapor Eliminator can be used in cars connected with a supplied car adapter.
I said ‘could’ because this is not a review, just a preview so I have no idea if the Avatar Vapenut Vapor Eliminator is effective or not?
If it does what it says on the tin this could very well be the answer many vapers have been looking for. Or maybe not. Have you been looking for it?
Personally, I’m not completely sold. It definitely looks the business and I kinda like the idea, but the Avatar doesn’t look like something that would fit comfortably in most UK spec cars.
As for the home, maybe. Maybe if I had kids and I don’t really want them to see me getting excited when I try to blow a bigger cloud than the last. But I don’t have kids.
Will it sound like I have a hoover sat next to my head? The decibel output is less than 50dB. I’m not sure how ‘noisy’ that is in real terms but apparently an air conditioning unit is 60dB and a hairdryer 80dB.
Would I spend $82 so as not to annoy my better half? Ermmm. If you are reading this my dear of course I would. If not… Then I probably wouldn’t.
It has piqued my interest though.
A useless or truly useful gadget? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Avatar Vapenut VApor Eliminator Specs
- Dimensions: 200 x 121mm
- Applicable Space: ≤ 10m³
- Working Voltage: DC12V
- Working Current: 0.1A – 1.0A
- Power consumption: max 12w
- Noise: Less than 50dB