Today I’ve got my sausage fingers on a big disposable puffer known as the Binaries SV15000.

Please note: This product is not available in the UK as it doesn’t meet TPD regulations. So only available for readers outside TPD regulated countries.

Binaries SV15000 disposable vapes main imageBinaries are a subsidiary of Horizon Tech (or Horizon) – the company responsible for products such as the Falcon Legend and Aquila sub ohm tanks. Although a world away from those devices, Binaries represents Horizon Tech’s first foray into disposable vapes.

The commitment is as strong as ever.

With a R&D department devoted to constantly improving products, a sales team understanding vapers requirements and product marketing that focuses on supporting partners and dealers, Binaries are gradually increasing their portfolio of disposable products.

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They state that they cater for both TPD and larger capacity disposables but so far we’ve only looked at the latter.

Take the Binaries SE6000, TH6000 and 6K disposables. All three are typical examples of their focus on flavour, coil structure and design. Even if they aren’t TPD compliant.

The SV15000 disposable vape once again sees Binaries returning with a ‘big puffer’ as Ecigclick founder Jonny would say.

It’s time we took a look.

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What Can We Expect From the Binaries SV15000 Disposable Vapes?

The Binaries SV15000 is not only a big puffer but it’s a big hitter too!

SV15000 hand check imageIt contains 20ml of E-liquid with a nicotine strength of 50mg. So don’t expect to find this bad boy on any vape shop shelves in the UK.

Because it contains so much E-liquid, the SV15000 uses a rechargeable 600mAh integrated battery.

Please note: You don’t get a charging cable with the device.

15,000 puffs is a lot of puffs. I’ve often wondered how this impacts the life span of a tiny coil, usually designed for anything up to 600.

Dual Mesh Coils

Binaries have thought of that with their alternating dual mesh coils.

SV15000 dual mesh coilsSo the power alternates from one mesh coil to the other.

This will undoubtedly have a positive effect on flavour and vapour production over time and one aspect I’ll be firmly focusing on in today’s review.

The chart below demonstrates what we can expect from flavour performance.

SV15000 coil performance chart

Enough To Make My Eyes Smart

The SV15000 is solidly built and there’s no view of remaining E-liquid levels. There’s a lot to vape and over time the anxiety levels can build up. How much is left? When can I expect that inevitable dry hit?

Binaries have been keeping an ‘eye’ on that anxiety – quite literally.

With both battery and E-liquid level LED’s built into the face of the disposable.

Battery and E-liquid level monitoring LEDs

It’s not a new idea but one that’s certainly mandatory with devices of this nature. Plus I’ve always been impressed by their accuracy.

Adjustable Airflow

If you’ve ever vaped 50mg salt nicotine, you’ll know how welcoming additional airflow can be. Of course there will be that audience who still prefer a tighter draw. Now that is¬†hardcore!

The SV15000 includes a small, recessed airflow slider on the base allowing for either A MTL (Mouth To Lung) or RDL (Restrictive Direct Lung) vape. We tell you what these terms mean in our Guide To Vape Styles.

SV15000 adjustable airflowJust don’t expect oodles of difference between the two. Pumping out a max of 15W, the dual 1.0ohm mesh coils aren’t designed for increased vapour production.

Charging

I’m going to assume you’re new to rechargeable vaping devices.

They usually rely on what’s known as a type C USB charging cable. The larger end plugs into a suitable wall outlet and the smaller end slots into the device.

Type C charging on the SV15000 disposable vapeYou’re going to need one of these once the 600mAh battery runs out of charge.

We’ll discuss how long the charging process takes and what to expect from the SV15000 during the process a bit later.

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 53 x 25 x 90.8mm
  • Material: PCTG / Aluminium Alloy
  • E-liquid Capacity: 20ml
  • Coil: Mesh 1.0hm (dual – alternating)
  • Nicotine strength: 50mg
  • Battery capacity: 600mAh – rechargeable
  • Number of puffs: Up to 15000
  • Airflow: Adjustable slider for MTL / RDL
  • Charging: Type C USB
  • Display: Dual multi coloured LED (Battery – E-liquid)
  • Power range: Up to 15W
  • Output voltage: 3.5V – 3.6V
  • Activation: Auto draw

SV15000 specs

The Binaries SV15000 comes in a choice of ten different flavours. Pick from fruity, mint or beverage based categories. Expect an icy, cold inhale too.

Before we move on with the review I’d like to extend my thanks to Horizon Tech and Binaries for sending these over for the purposes of review. It’s very much appreciated.

Please note the scores are based on flavour replication, quality and consistency. Not performance – I’ll talk about that separately.

I wasn’t able to glean any flavour descriptions so I’m going in blind folded. Wish me luck!

Orange Lime Soda

Orange Lime SodaI Say:

Oh yes! Very nice indeed.

I can’t even write that the flavour peaks.. It’s there from the very first exhale. Superb.

And such a delicate blending too. Finely crafted.

The inhale is pleasantly sweet and slightly tangy with a nice icy coolant bringing up the rear. The great thing is, the Koolada never invades or swamps the flavour experience.

This is one of the finest Orange and Lime combo’s I think I’ve come across for quite a while. You’ll get both in equal measure. The citric nature of the vape really does wonders for attenuating both fruits.

This is mouth wateringly good stuff!

Lime is nearer the mark in terms of flavour authenticity against the real thing but the Orange fuses effortlessly.

Sweet, tangy, citric and packing a fruity flavour punch from start to finish.

Peach Mango Ice

Peach Mango IceI Say:

Another one where the fusion of fruity flavour is bang on!

Again, there’s a bucket load of sweetness pulled up into the draw but never interferes with the final vape experience – it simply adds to the enjoyment.

Peach and Mango can be a difficult combination to pull off anytime, let alone in a disposable vape but the Binaries SV15000 seems to manage it with apparent ease.

Both these succulent tasting fruits appear in equal measure. I honestly thought Mango was going to swamp the taste but both manifest in complete harmony.

Terrific blending and the Peach even has that slight roughness around the edges.

.. Or is it the 50mg salt nicotine? ūüėČ

Amazing. Even the bitter twist towards the end of the vape is welcome.

Lest I forget the cooling blast of the inhale. It keeps the tonsils chilled without slicing into them.

Yup! Peach Mango Ice is another winner.

Triple Berries Ice

Triple Berries IceI Say:

What am I taking away from this one?

Well it’s packed with flavour, of that there’s no doubt but I’m just wondering if it’s a little over concentrated.

Maybe too much has been crammed inside – and one thing’s for sure. It has a healthy complement of Blueberry. I’m not very keen on that. Not that it’s any better or worse than other disposable versions. I just do not like the taste in general.

It’s like Grape. There’s no defining version in my opinion.

However I do also taste Strawberry. It adds a richness and depth to the exhale while never really showing true potential. Same can be said for the Raspberry.

That’s why I think too much effort has been made – if that’s indeed possible.

The sweetness plays into the mix quite nicely but this is one of those vapes where the cooling blast is over pronounced. It has too much presence, never really complementing the general vaping experience.

So a blending of sorts is there but not particularly conducive to my flavour palate.

Taste as we know, is subjective and if you happen to like Blueberry vapes give it a bash.

Kiwi Strawberry Ice

Kiwi Strawberry IceI Say:

A very strong, rich flavour but with an odd after taste.

That’s a shame because the initial exhale is very promising. There’s definitely more going on here than just the usual bootlace, chewy sweet version of Strawberry.

Yet that in itself is a bit of a disappointment as I was expecting something a bit more natural and fresh tasting.

It is what it is and Binaries have opted to play it ‘disposable safe’ on this occasion.

So no real surprises on that score. However, any efforts to include Kiwi are short lived in my opinion as the exhale rapidly descends into a strange mish-mash in terms of blending.

If this is Kiwi why am I reminded of Blueberry? Why? Because I receive that same repulsive sulphur and Ammonia after taste all too often.

It’s not as amplified as much as other vapes but still bothers me enough to ruin the overall flavour experience.

.. I’m expecting it with every puff and that’s exactly what I get.

The vape is sweetly balanced with a healthy tumbler full of Ice that doesn’t unsettle the tonsils. I have to give it that.

Kiwi Strawberry Ice isn’t quite the blend of fruits I was hoping for.

Blue Razz Cherry

Blue Razz Cherry

I Say:

Blue Razz Cherry carries a strong aroma straight out of the blister pack.

Flavour packed or flavour intensive? There is a difference.

Its flavour packed and that’s the difference. There’s quite a bit going on with this one, too.

This has an inhale and exhale that is full of cooling.

There’s a possibility I’m thrown off by the Cherry which is actually quite strong in this one. It carries some nice floral notes as it drifts from the exhale.

We get plenty of sweetness, perhaps something to be expected given the two fruits but the Raspberry doesn’t come across on the same level as its tiny red counterpart.

In fact it leaves the palate with thoughts of a chalky, candy like variation on the theme. Not necessarily a bad thing if sweet based vapes are your thang but for me, I always like the possibility of a bit more authenticity.

So a bit of sweet, a touch of sour, a hint or three of ice and artificial tasting Summer fruits.

Blue Razz Cherry certainly packs the flavour in and just about cuts it for blending but consider this one as more of a sweetie type of vape as opposed to a refreshing drinks based profile.

Mint

Mint

I Say:

Spearmint. Without a doubt.

And yet – it may just be my taste buds or breaking in the disposable – but there’s definitely a hint of Chocolate thrown in there!

It proves very difficult to pinpoint but there’s something else mixed in with that mint taste.

Either that or it’s not the finished article. No other disposable vapes have thrown me into a loop in the way Binaries Mint does.

So I have to be honest, it’s not the cleanest tasting Mint I’ve come across. There’s certainly more than enough flavour pumping through the exhale but the after taste also betrays that additional content.

At times I’m almost convinced by the presence of Mojito. It’s very similar but like a ghost – a hangover to everything else that precedes it.

The Koolada qualities of the vape are spot on but then I’d expect them to be. Mint vapes always benefit by the addition of an Icy cold blast to the throat.

The sweetener is also on par. In fairness it’s not a bad version of Mint but there’s more to it than meets the eye.

Not entirely sure why I get a blending of Chocolate and Mojito though! I didn’t have anything like that for tea last night..

Strawberry Banana Ice

Strawberry Banana IceI Say:

Hells Bells! That Banana is overwhelming and that’s just the aroma created when tearing open the blister baggie.

I have to say that the actual smell is very appealing – very authentic smelling. Like a ripe Banana.

.. I haven’t even started vaping it yet!

The exhale does not disappoint. The taste lives up to the smell. Very fresh, very natural tasting. Even the after taste is appealing.

Let’s put it this way. An unmistakable Banana!

But there’s more – and this is where the magic comes in. The Strawberry content is perfectly blended alongside the bendy yellow fruit. Think of a bowl of the two and it takes little imagination as to what to expect.

Strawberry Banana really is that good.

You’ll initially find the Banana but it takes very little time for that berry to twist and turn, mixing its way in. Sometime its Banana left on the palate, sometimes Strawberry.

And that’s the magic of this one. A clever use of blending that’s been meticulously weighted to produce a decent multi layered vape.

A touch of sweetness and a drop or two of ice on the tongue and it all just falls into place.

As an exceptionally impressive disposable vape flavour.

Battery Performance and Total Number of Puffs

The factory charge gave me 11 hours and here’s a breakdown on that.

I got six hrs before the battery LED switched from Green to Blue. Three and a half hours before turning to Red and an additional ninety minutes before the disposable stopped working.

That worked out at around 800 puffs with my particular vaping habits.

It takes ninety minutes to fully recharge the battery. The battery LED will pulse through Red, Blue and Green on its way back to full strength. Once complete the LED switches off and you’re good to go.

The Binaries SV15000 will not function while it’s being charged.

The first wall charge gave me an additional two hours use over the factory charge, the second a total of 15 hours and the third and final charge, 14.5 hours.

With my particular vaping habits that equates to around 4,000 puffs. Nowhere near the suggested tally unfortunately.

E-Liquid Levels

And the reason for the low puff count is 20ml of E-liquid.

It took me 29 hours to vape around 50% as indicated by the Green LED switching to Blue. Another 20 hours before hitting Red (14%) and 4.5 hours, when the LED flashed ten times.

I was out of E-liquid.

But there was something rather groovy about the battery to E-liquid ratio.

Both ran out at more or less the same time. I mean – what are the chances of that happening?

Final Review Verdict

The LED’s are awesome.

Instead of two tiny spots on the base they’re long strips on the front. Now that shows signs of innovation to me and that Binaries have placed emphasis on this as opposed to a token gesture.

Not to mention catering for the visually impaired, so full kudos.

With the airflow slider wide open I got a very decent RDL vape. The kind of vape style I always prefer so I was very much at home with the SV15000. I didn’t feel the need to make any adjustment.

If you close the slider completely there’s still the opportunity of a MTL vape but it’s too tight in my opinion. Slacken it off to around mid-position for best results – the flavour remains bangin’ too.

A few words on flavour performance throughout use. I’ve got to be honest, I was quite impressed. There were the odd occasions where it seemed like it was faltering and losing quality but would then inexplicably perk up again.

I can’t explain why. Whatever the case, the SV15000 performs more than adequately over the somewhat extended life span. The alternating dual mesh coils clearly make a difference.

The only negative I really have is with the puff count. It’s wildly off in my opinion.

But if I got the best part of 5 days use from the disposable imagine what a casual vaper might obtain.

Easily over a full week of vaping from the same SV15000. Not too shabby.

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Neil Cozens

My name is Neil and I've been a keen vaper for eight years, having been smoke free since 2014. That's all thanks to being introduced to a CE4 clearomiser by a work mate. In 2015 I started a Facebook group encouraging members to help others make the switch, sharing thoughts and opinions while acknowledging all the hard work that goes into running a vape shop and the guidance those folks give. I've also created a You Tube channel, Ncboreas Vapes. It's primarily there to help the newer vaper so if you've any questions feel free to drop by! There are so many positives to vaping and absolutely none to smoking. It's a message I continue to spread. Long Live Vaping. Live Longer Vaping.

REVIEW OVERVIEW
Orange Lime Soda
10
Peach Mango Ice
10
Triple Berries Ice
7.2
Kiwi Strawberry Ice
5.4
Blue Razz Cherry
8.2
Mint
7.5
Strawberry Banana
10
My name is Neil and I've been a keen vaper for eight years, having been smoke free since 2014. That's all thanks to being introduced to a CE4 clearomiser by a work mate. In 2015 I started a Facebook group encouraging members to help others make the switch, sharing thoughts and opinions while acknowledging all the hard work that goes into running a vape shop and the guidance those folks give. I've also created a You Tube channel, Ncboreas Vapes. It's primarily there to help the newer vaper so if you've any questions feel free to drop by! There are so many positives to vaping and absolutely none to smoking. It's a message I continue to spread. Long Live Vaping. Live Longer Vaping.
binaries-sv15000-disposable-vape-reviewYou'll get quite a few hours vaping from a single charge with flavour and cloud production pretty consistent throughout. The larger battery and E-liquid level LEDs are a welcome addition and it is possible to MTL or RDL vape using the tiny slider on the base. If you're a casual or new vaper the Binaries SV15000 disposable vape will easily last you a week and beyond. The only blot on this vaping landscape is the number of puffs. You won't get anything near what's being suggested.

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