The Eleaf Glass Pen is marketed as being the “World’s First Glass Pod”…
Am I the only person scratching their head about whether a glass pod is a good thing or not? I get the fact that it should have fewer toxins or suffer from less chemical reactions than plastic materials – but surely it is way more breakable?
What Is New About The Eleaf Glass Pen?
Anyway glass concerns aside let’s have a closer look at what this kit has to offer!
The main device is made from Aluminium Alloy you will be pleased to hear and has a 650mAh internal battery.
A Type C USB port is provided and the charge rate is 0.6A max.
The output isn’t specified and there is a mention of “Manual” and “Auto” modes – but Eleaf do not elaborate on what this offers or even how to select between modes?
The pod is made from Pyrex glass with stainless steel trims and Eleaf promise this will bring the best flavour.
There is only 1 coil type to choose from the GTL 1.2ohm Kanthal coil, which is an easy push in pull out installation.
You can refill the pod with up to 1.8ml of your own e-liquid via the pod side fill port.
A cover cap is also provided to help keep the mouthpiece clean of pocket fluff and general ming.
There are 3 colours to choose from: Black, Grey and Blue.
- Eleaf Glass Pen device
- 2x GTL 1.2ohm coils
- USB Type C Cable
- User manual
Eleaf Glass Pen Specs
- Size: 19×105.5mm
- Output: Not stated
- Battery: 650mAh (internal)
- Display: LED Indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 1.8ml
- Manual and Auto mode
- Micro USB charging – 0.6A charge rate
- Pods: refillable, replaceable coil
- Side fill port
- Coil range: GTL 1.2ohm Kanthal
So this is a simple and cute little kit – it would be good if there are some more coil options on the way in the future?
Let me know your thoughts on the Eleaf Glass Pen in the comments below!