Today I’m taking a look at the brand spanking new Voopoo Drag E60 pod kit.

Voopoo Drag E60 pod kit hand check picLet’s face it. What do you associate Voopoo with the most? Yup – the DRAG. It all began many moons ago with the OG DRAG 157W box mod. I still have mine and admittedly its seen much better days but it’s vaping nostalgia.

Gets me every time!

The DRAG 2 improved on design quality by adding much needed contouring but things took a turn with the DRAG 3.

At the time, pod kits were rapidly becoming all the rage and Voopoo were keen to capitalise. Enter their TPP (tank, pod, push) tank pods and TPP “plug and play” coils.

The rest is history and it’s been a little confusing along the way because there’s also a PNP (Plug ‘N’ Play) range of pods that take, er.. “plug and play” coils of their own.

Moving on swiftly!

The DRAG Q, S and X all employed a tube style design for their battery sections whereas the tiny DRAG Nano went for the more traditional box mod look.

The new DRAG E60 looks to be a combination of both and what’s more it’s sporting a new PNP Pod II and two brand new TW30 PNP coils to boot.

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What Can We Expect From the Voopoo DRAG E60 Pod Kit?

At the time of writing, details are bit sketchy so work with me. This has not officially been released by Voopoo yet – so this is a super early bird review! Here’s what I know.

Compared to the DRAG X, the DRAG E60 is much more simplified both in design and use. It’s small, compact and highly portable.

It has a unique ‘basin’ airway structure to gather the airflow smoothly, holding condensate for easier cleaning and maintenance.

The bottom airflow is adjusted by rotating the new PNP pod II within the battery section.

The pod is top filling and the top cap employs an easy quarter turn system for speed of use.

Voopoo Drag E60 pod kit box check picThe kit comes with two brand new PNP coils with “Dual in One Tech” designed for a Direct To Lung (DTL) vape.

We tell you more about the term DTL in our Guide To Vape Styles.

At the heart of the device lies the GENE.TT 2.0 chipset with an upgraded user interface designed to reduce button presses and to simplify operations.

“Smart” mode sets the best wattage parameters for the installed coil. “RBA” mode allows the user to tinker with the wattage settings from 5 – 60W.

“Eco” mode will help reduce drain on the battery and increase the number of puffs by around 10%. The user is automatically prompted to use Eco mode when the battery charge falls to 40%.

The integrated 2250mAh battery can be supercharged via fast 2 amp type C USB.

Expect 6 built in safety features which include overtime protection, low battery protection and atomiser short circuit protection.

The DRAG E60 is available in 6 colour schemes and these are: Carbon Fiber, Grey, Black, Pink, Golden and Coffee (under review).

Inside the Box

The DRAG E60 pod kit comes in an easy to remove slip case. Inside, the device sits in a moulded plastic tray.

  • DRAG E60 device
  • PNP Pod II (4.5ml)
  • PNP TW30 (0.3ohm) coil
  • PNP TW20 (0.2ohm) coil
  • Type C charging cable
  • User manual

Whats in the box of the Voopoo Drag E60 pod kit

Voopoo DRAG E60 Pod Kit – Specifications

  • Size: 94 x 24.9 x 46mm
  • Weight: 142g
  • Battery: 2550mAh integrated
  • Input voltage: 3.2 – 4.2V
  • Power range: 5 – 60W
  • User modes: Smart, Variable Wattage (RBA) and Eco
  • Charging voltage: 5V/2A
  • Resistance range: 0.1 – 3.0ohm
  • Capacity: 4.5ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
  • Compatible with all PNP coils

This product was sent over from Voopoo free of charge and for the purposes of review. Many thanks.

This will not sway or alter my opinion in any way and all observations are based on my own experiences with an early sample version.

Voopoo DRAG E60 Pod Kit – Design and Build Quality

Battery Section

As you can imagine for its size, the Voopoo DRAG E60 is lightweight. Not bad given there’s a 2550mAh integrated battery lurking within. It feels comfortable when grasped and the leather does much to help, providing some cushioning for the palm.

Back of the Voopoo Drag E60 pod kitIt’s good to see stitching around the perimeter of the leather because that means it’s less prone to fraying or getting caught by fingers, for example.

The series logo has been shrunk in size and adopts the same idea as the DRAG Nano 2.

Branding on the side of the Voopoo Drag E60 pod kitI know I have an early sample version but I sincerely hope Voopoo remember to add some battery venting holes on the bottom of the device.

No battery venting on the Voopoo Drag E60 pod kit sampleThe large circular fire button is very clicky and responsive. There’s no movement in its housing which is good. Underneath is the TFT colour screen that measures around 20 x 10mm. It’s clear and it’s very easy to read.

Beneath the screen there’s a solidly built menu rocker and a recessed type C USB charging port. Upright charging with the DRAG E60 is going to be a hassle free experience.

Front panel of the Voopoo Drag E60 ModPNP Pod II

The new PNP pod II is as compact as the Battery section and it’s totally transparent. Because it’s top fill there’s no messing with silicone stoppers usually associated with refillable pods.

PNP pod 2 of the Voopoo Drag E60 pod kitAt first glance it’s very tempting to unscrew the top cap using the micro knurling around the edge. Instead you have to grab the 810 mouthpiece to release it via a simple quarter turn.

Mouthpiece of the Voopoo PNP pod 2
Grab the mouthpiece and rotate it to release the top cap.

Once removed it exposes two rather small fill ports. You may have issues with those larger size bottle nozzles, you may not.

Top cap removed exposing fill ports on the Voopoo PNP Pod 2On the base of the pod there’s a series of wavy etchings.

Wavy etchings on the base of the Voopoo PNP pod 2 These pair up with three lugs incorporated into the magnetic ring inside the battery section.

Three lugs inside the battery section of the Drag E60When the pod is rotated these lugs drive the independent airflow mechanism beneath. The knurling under the top cap makes for some rather fine tuning.

I’m hoping this means the dual adjustable airflow slots retain their initial tolerance because in the absence of any e-liquid the turning is butter smooth.

One final note. Voopoo have included two independent viewing windows in the top of the battery section. This means the entire contents of the pod can be viewed without the need for constantly removing it.

Independent viewing windows on the Voopoo Drag E60 Mod.. That’s a very nice touch, Voopoo.

Voopoo DRAG E60 Pod Kit Quick Start Guide

The coils are plug and play making them extremely easy to install.

  • Remove the pod from the battery section.
  • Push the coil up inside the pod chamber ensuring a firm seal
  • Using the magnetic contacts, drop the pod back into the battery section

Top filling is also an easy process.

  • Remove the top cap by grabbing the mouthpiece and turning counter clockwise
  • Gently administer E-liquid through one of the exposed fill ports, taking care not to overfill
  • Secure the top cap back into place by turning clockwise

When installing a coil for the first time always remember to let the E-liquid soak into the cotton for around 5 minutes before vaping.

coil installed and pod filled Voopoo PNP pod 2
Coil installed and pod filled


I’ve already mentioned the Smart, RBA and Eco modes, but how do you access them and what else is on offer?

  • Press the fire button five times in rapid succession to turn the device on or off
  • Hold the fire and right menu rocker to lock the device (also prevents vaping)
  • Press and hold both menu rocker buttons to access the main menu
  • Use the left or right menu rocker to scroll between menu options then press the fire button to select an option
  • As well as being able to choose between vape modes there’s the option of resetting the puff counter, obtaining information about the device or returning to the previous screen

Below is what you can expect to see from the start up screen.

Screen display of the Voopoo Drag E60 pod kit

How Does The Voopoo DRAG E60 Pod Kit Perform?

PNP TW30 0.3ohm Coil (28-36W)

I used Monster Lab Vape Killer Lemon Tart to test the coil. It’s a 70VG/30PG e-juice ratio with 3mg freebase nicotine included. I ran the coil at 35W (determined by Smart mode) at all times.

This mesh coil clearly favours maximum airflow. That’s where I experienced the best flavour quality. The sharpness of the Lemon curd really pulls through with enough bakery sub notes to satisfy the most ardent of cake eaters.

The vape is quite noisy on the inhale but there’s nothing much in the way of turbulence. So this makes for a smooth and satisfying hit.

Voopoo PNP TW30 mesh coil pic 2It’s not the warmest of vapes even at the maximum power setting but none of the flavour layers seem to suffer. Everything that I was expecting from the e-liquid was delivered by the PNP TW30 coil.

Equally as impressive is vapour production. The coil produces masses of volume with thick, white plumes tumbling from the exhale.

Airflow Restrictions

Even with the airflow wide open there’s still a minor degree of restriction – I’d say in the region of 10% and cutting it in half doesn’t recreate the semi restrictive lung hit I was expecting. It’s still too loose and airy.

Voopoo PNP TW30 mesh coil pic 1The airflow has to be practically closed off if you’re looking for that kind of vape.

However this is also where flavour quality takes a turn for the worst. The sharpness of the Lemon disappears and so does the inherent sweetness of the vape.

The bakery notes become very muddled and washed out and the coil struggles to produce much in the way of warmth.

In fact this coil only worked effectively for me when airflow was wide open. Here, it’s pretty damn impressive for both flavour and cloud production.

You can get some very long pulls with plenty of flavour consistency throughout the exhale.

PNP TW20 0.2ohm Coil (40-55W)

I used Pacha Mama Hazelnut Creme to test the coil. It’s a 70VG/30PG ratio with 3mg freebase nicotine added. Using Smart mode I ran the coil at the suggested 50W throughout.

Wow! This coil kicks proverbial butt! Ramp up time is once again very impressive and power reaches the coil as soon as that fire button is hit.

With airflow wide open there’s still a minor degree of restriction and I noticed a slight throat scratch, even from the 3mg freebase nicotine.

As with the TW30 mesh coil, it’s still a loud vape but there’s no airflow turbulence during the inhale.

Voopoo TW20 PNP coil pic This time the vape does warm up (extend your inhales), and the flavour quality is amazing. I get all the main rich nutty notes of the e-juice combined with a dairy like creaminess on the exhale.

It holds up too and is very consistent throughout. Vapour production is equally as impressive as the TW30 coil but it’s not enhanced either.

..You’ll need a few windows open if chain vaping, put it that way.

Airflow Restrictions

The restriction is more noticeable when using this coil and the noise generated by the inhale is the tell tale sign. Reducing airflow by half will restrict it by around a further 25%, I’d say.

Although now slightly supressed, the flavour doesn’t really suffer much. If anything those hazelnut notes become sweeter which is no bad thing in my opinion.

I’d say the vape experience is at its best here, producing just the right amount of warmth this dessert profile deserves.

Voopoo TW20 PNP coil pic1Heavy restriction destroys the vape – it’s as simple as that. Reduced by around 75% it now become a semi restrictive direct lung hit but the suppression knocks flavour into the bin in all honesty.

Too much heat is generated by the coil which has a detrimental effect on all aspects of flavour. It’s just a muddled, confused array culminating with an overload of sweetness most noticeable as an after taste.

It’s not a comfortable setting for me I’m afraid but it does go to prove the new PNP TW range of coils crave the ‘ole airflow.

Battery Performance and ECO Mode

In Smart mode while using the TW30 0.3ohm coil at 35W I vaped around 9ml of e-liquid (two pods worth) and notched up 219 on the puff counter.

I then used Eco mode with a freshly charged battery and the puff counter registered a total of 252 puffs. That didn’t strike me as much of an increase.

Eco mode failed to make a difference at all when using the TW20 0.2ohm coil. I vaped the same amount of e-juice and gathered the same number of puffs as when using Smart mode.

It took 90 minutes to fully recharge the battery from flat – hardly fast type C charging. The integrated battery would also be warm to the touch. Of course these could just be issues with the early sample version I received.


  • Excellent flavour and cloud production from the new PNP TW mesh coils
  • Fast ramp up time with both coils
  • Smart mode prevents the coils from burning out, prolonging their lifespan
  • The screen is clear and bright even in direct sunlight
  • Easy to navigate menus
  • Ability to view remaining juice levels without removing the pod
  • Lightweight and pocket friendly


  • Unable to vape when the device is locked
  • ECO mode wasn’t very effective at increasing the number of puffs
  • Coils guzzle the e-juice (subjective to my own vaping patterns)
  • Dual adjustable airflow mechanic isn’t as versatile as it could be
  • Not exactly fast type C USB charging
  • No battery venting (subjective to sample model)

Final Review Verdict

I was able to vape a further 5W outside the parameters of either coil when using Smart mode.

It could be that the stampings on the coils refer to best parameters and not maximum. Either way, this needs to be clearer and no doubt will be ironed out for the official release.

The coils will produce a very minimal amount of leakage from their base, maybe more so with the TW20 coil but certainly a lot less than many other pod kits on the market.

Not one drop seeped from the airflow slots, which was impressive.

When combined with Voopoo’s new airflow system this means the pods don’t slip or rotate freely. The turning tolerance of the adjustable airflow remained butter smooth throughout all periods of testing

This is most definitely an improvement and the way to go in terms of design moving forwards.

Nice job, Voopoo!

I preferred the TW30 coil with airflow wide open and with a slight restriction on the TW20.

Although I used 70VG/30PG juice ratios I see no reason why 80VG/20PG can’t be used. Especially with the more powerful TW20 mesh coil.

I have to say that overall I’m very impressed by them. Excellent flavour with maximum airflow isn’t something I tend to associate with pod hits.

It’s usually a broader flavour but these PNP coils produce a clean, bright, tasty and saturated vape right out of the gate!

It looks like Voopoo have added to their already impressive PNP range of coils and that can’t be bad!

Let us know what you think of the Voopoo Drag E60 in the comments below!

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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.

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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.
voopoo-drag-e60-pod-kit-reviewIt's maybe unfair to drop a few points with the Voopoo DRAG E60 pod kit. I did, after all receive a sample version. Although Eco mode seems a wasted opportunity, the new PNP TW mesh coils more than make up for this. So even if you're already familiar with the DRAG range of devices you may want to pick this up for those banging new coils. Remember! It's also compatible with existing PNP coils.


  1. Kebocoran di cetrik ( liquit keluwar kebawah) mohon di perbaiki.
    Cara pengisian liquit tidak ada penutup nya.jadi cepet bocor.

  2. Great review Neil, as always. All ecigclick’s reviews are on point and straight to the point. Voopoo Drag E60 is right up my alley, RDL vaping is “my thing”. I believe the “ECO” mode is when the battery is at/around 40%, the device will ask you if you would like to go into eco mode to extend the battery and thus your vaping session. Keep up the great reviews.


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